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The Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology (WFVZ) is a non-profit charitable organization based in Camarillo, California focused on research and education on bird conservation. It hosts a natural history collection of over 200,000 sets of bird eggs representing approximately 4,000 species, around 20,000 nests, and over 56,000 bird study skins from around the world.[citation needed]

It publishes a journal, the Proceedings of the Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology (ISSN 0511-7550).[citation needed]

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