The Natural History Museum of Denmark (NHM-DK) is a research center associated with the University of Copenhagen. Their library is a member of the national library association who recently received state funding to make available online the resources held by its members. The NHM-DK would like to begin digitization of the field notebooks, journal publications and books held in their library, some of which have significant historic value. After a short consultation with their regular partners, NHM-DK received a suggestion from the Head of the management office of the Nordjylland National Park. This is a digital contents of a particular classic literature compiled ‘Birds at the Danish Lighthouses, 1883–1939’ (In Danish, ‘Fuglene ved de danske Fyr, 1883–1939’).
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