Acta Ornithologica is an ornithological scientific periodical published in Poland two issues per year by the Polish Academy of Sciences. It is in English with summaries in Polish. It was established in as Acta Ornithologica Musei Zoologici Polonici and obtained its current name in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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