The Adrey E. Borell field notes collection consists of field notes and specimen records completed in California and Mexico
Adrey E. Borell completed his Graduate work through the MVZ at Berkeley, also serving on the MVZ staff as Assistant Curator
of Mammals. He accompanied Joseph Grinnell on a field trip of the Mt. Lassen Survey, and during 1927-1929 he took part in
the first comprehensive mammal survey in the Ruby Mountains of Nevada. Borell’s Berkeley dissertation was titled Mammals of
the Ruby Mountain Region of Eastern Nevada. His best-known publication is a book titled Mammals of the Big Bend Area of Texas,
published in 1942 and co-authored with Monroe David Bryant. Following his association with the MVZ, Borell worked as a Wildlife
Technician for Grand Canyon National Park and the Soil Conservation Service in Albuquerque, New Mexico and Denver, Colorado.
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The collection is open for research.