[mou] Fw: BNA at Mpls Public Library

Julian Sellers JulianSellers at msn.com
Mon Jan 14 13:30:18 CST 2008

See the old message below from Mark Martell about accessing Birds of North 
America online through the Minneapolis public library.  My St. Paul library 
info works fine.  Here's a more direct link to the Science and Technology 
part of the Minneapolis library's list of online databases:


>From there, take the link to "Birds of North America Online," where you will 
have to log on with your library info (name, card number, and PIN).

It's free.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "MARTELL, Mark" <MMARTELL at audubon.org>
To: "MOU - Net (E-mail)" <mou-net at cbs.umn.edu>
Sent: Monday, April 24, 2006 12:12 PM
Subject: [mou] BNA at Mpls Public Library

A number of people have asked me about access to the Birds of North America 
online through the Minneapolis Public Library.

If you go to their website  http://www.mpls.lib.mn.us/ and follow research 
and online database links you can get to the info, however it appears you 
have to have a Mpls library card or belong to a library they have an 
agreement with.

For those interested you can subscribe directly with Cornell for $40 per yr.

Mark Martell
Director of Bird Conservation
Audubon Minnesota
2357 Ventura Drive #106
St. Paul, MN 55125
651-731-1330 (FAX)

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