Alexander LibraryThe largest collection of modern ornithological literature in the British Isles, housed at the Edward Grey Institute in Oxford, and named after the Institute's first director, W. B. Alexander. The library was established in 1938 and contained journals, offprints and manuscripts as well as books. Members of the British Ornithologists' Union and the British Trust For Ornithology are entitled to use its facilities.
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