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         Breeding Birds:     more books (100)
  1. Life Histories of North American Birds: Their Breeding Habits and Eggs (2 Vols in 1) by Charles E. Bendire, 1974-06
  2. Kansas Breeding Bird Atlas by William H. Busby, John L. Zimmerman, 2001-08-01
  3. Ohio Breeding Bird Atlas by Bruce G. Peterjohn, Daniel L. Rice, 1991-06
  4. The Breeding Birds of Caithness (Caliologists' Series) by G.W.R. Dickson, 1998-10-31
  5. Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Ontario by Michael D. Cadman, Paul F. J. Eagles, 1987-09
  6. Ecological adaptations for breeding in birds by David Lambert Lack, 1972
  7. The Atlas of Breeding Birds of Alberta
  8. Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Humboldt County, California
  10. A Field Guide to Western Birds' Nests : Of 520 Species Found Breeding in the United States West of the Mississippi River by Hal H. Harrison, Roger Tory Peterson, 1979-09-19
  11. Cooperative Breeding in Birds: Long Term Studies of Ecology and Behaviour
  12. The Kentucky Breeding Bird Atlas by Brainard L., Jr. Palmer-Ball, 1996-08
  13. The Ebcc Atlas of European Breeding Birds: Their Distribution and Abundance (Poyser) by Ward J. M. Hagemeijer, 1997-10
  14. The EBCC Atlas of European Breeding Birds: Their Distribution and Abundance.(Review): An article from: Wilson Bulletin by Raymond J. O'Connor, 1999-03-01

21. "Virtual Vyrnwy" A Severn Trent Partnership Project
RSPB reserve in mid Wales, with 90 species of breeding birds in 10,000 hectares. Site includes video clips and news.
Lake Vyrnwy Nature Reserve
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In Partnership Cymraeg

22. Breeding Bird Surveys In Ontario
Volunteers Needed to Survey breeding birds! Beginning in 1966, the BBS is now one of the oldest surveys of breeding birds in North America.
Canadian Breeding Bird Survey Volunteers Needed to Survey Breeding Birds! Index Maps of Ontario BBS Routes Return to
Ontario Programs
Main Page
The Canadian Wildlife Service and Bird Studies Canada are looking for enthusiastic and skilled birders in Ontario to participate in the Canadian Breeding Bird Survey (BBS). faring as well. It takes one day a year, during the month of June, to run a BBS route. BBS routes are 24.5 miles (39.4 km) long and consist of 50 three-minute stops, each 0.5 miles (0.8 km) apart. At each stop, volunteers record the total number of each bird species seen or heard within about 400 metres. Volunteers are encouraged to survey the same route for as many consecutive years as possible to maintain consistency of reporting. Currently, there are more than 3000 active BBS routes across North America! The BBS is jointly coordinated by the Canadian Wildlife Service, National Wildlife Research Centre and the U.S. Geological Survey Patuxent Wildlife Research Centre. BSC acts as the provincial coordinator in Ontario. We need your help in Ontario!

23. Bird Links To The World - Atlas Projects
The Atlas of breeding birds of Alberta http// United States. Arizona breeding birds Atlas .

24. Breeding Birds Of ND
Maps and very detailed text for every species found during 19501972 study, plus historical records and extensive introductory text.
Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center Home Site Map Resources ... Feedback
Breeding Birds of North Dakota
by Robert E. Stewart
Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Jamestown, North Dakota
Tri-College Center for Environmental Studies
Fargo, North Dakota 1975 Information from Breeding Birds of North Dakota , by Robert E. Stewart. Courtesy of his family. Legend: For each township, filled squares indicate that nests or dependent young were recorded during 1950-1972. Filled triangles indicate that territorial males or pairs were recorded during a breeding season in 1950-1972. Open squares indicate that nests or dependent young were recorded prior to 1950. Open triangles indicate that territorial males or pairs were recorded during a breeding season prior to 1950. The taxonomic treatment in this report follows the AOU Check-list of North American Birds, fifth edition (1957), and the subsequent thirty-second supplement (1973), except as modified by changes proposed by Mayr and Short (1970). The maps shown were created by manually coding the symbols for each species and township, based on the maps in Stewart (1975), and creating new maps from those data. The new maps were checked for errors, but there is a possibility that some errors remain. Species Information Each species entry contains up to three types of information:
Entries with photos are marked with this icon.

25. Ohio Breeding Bird Atlas
The Ohio Breeding Bird Atlas is now out of print but is available online in .pdf format in the files below Species Accounts of Ohio breeding birds.
The Ohio Breeding Bird Atlas is now out of print but is available online in .pdf format in the files below: Introduction (Pages 1-16) Species Accounts (Pages 17-385) Appendix A (Pages 387-390) References Cited (Pages 407-414) The atlas was authored by Bruce Peterjohn and Daniel Rice and published in 1991 by the Division of Natural Areas and Preserves. Species Accounts of Ohio Breeding Birds Page last updated

26. Species Accounts Of Ohio Breeding Birds
Ohio Breeding Bird Atlas Species Accounts. The original species accounts in the Ohio Breeding Bird Atlas were accompanied with black and white photos.
Ohio Breeding Bird Atlas - Species Accounts
The original species accounts in the Ohio Breeding Bird Atlas were accompanied with black and white photos. We are publishing the web version of the atlas with color photos that are being donated by Ohio photographers. We currently have 124 of the 185 pictures needed to complete the species accounts. If you are willing to donate a digital photograph to the Division of Natural Areas and Preserves please e-mail us . The photograph will be placed in the species account and the photographer will be credited. The pictures will not be used for any other purpose without the consent of the donator. These species accounts are in .pdf format. You will need Acrobat Reader to view these files. The reader is available free for downloading from the Adobe site Pied-billed Grebe
Double-crested Cormorant

American Bittern
Division of Natural Areas and Preserves
Page last updated

27. Free BBA List Software For Breeding Bird Atlas/Survey
atlas area; Sightings recorded in color code for Observed, Possible, Probable, and Confirmed breeding birds. Export sightings to
Flying Emu .com BBA List
Free software for Breeding Bird Atlas/Survey data management BBA List is Flying Emu Software's contribution to bird distribution research. It is designed for many birders to record their own data and then compile all their data together in one central, very easy to use database. It is available for download from this page. Free BBA List by Flying Emu Software (for Windows 95) has...
  • Clickable, expandable taxonomic tree for quick and easy look up Clickable, zoomable customized map of your atlas area Sightings recorded in color code for Observed Possible Probable , and Confirmed breeding birds. Export sightings to a text file Import text files to compile data from may observers into one master database
It is completely free. What's the catch? You need a customized map for your atlas area. Flying Emu Software will set up the map for free, too. Currently, the only local area included is Contra Costa County, California . Tell your local atlas coordinator about this site if you would like to use BBA List in your area. If you are interested in an application of

28. Vermont Breeding Bird Atlas
Vermont Breeding Bird Atlas. Breeding Bird Atlases are used throughout the world to document and map the distribution of breeding birds.
Vermont Breeding Bird Atlas A project of the Vermont Institute of Natural Science About the Atlas Contact the Atlas Register ... Atlas Database Pictures from The Field Welcome to our web site! Breeding Bird Atlases are use d throughout the world to document and map the distribution of breeding birds. The first Vermont Breeding Bird Atlas, based on data collected by over 200 volunteers and published in 1985, was one of the first such books in North America. It helped to pave the way for similar Atlases in 30 other states, and has been an important tool for management plans and conservation efforts.
any of birds." - Bryan Pfeiffer, author, conservationist, nature guide, and avid birdwatcher

29. South Dakota Breeding Bird Atlas
Describes the South Dakota Breeding Bird Atlas Project and gives distribution maps of breeding birds based on 198893 fieldwork.

30. Atlasing North American Birds Published Atlases
Handbook for Atlasing North American breeding birds Standardized Breeding Criteria Codes..Planning a Biological Atlas..Survey Methods and Mapping Grids, Uses

History Officers Conference ... NORAC home page PUBLISHED BREEDING BIRD ATLASES
Latilong Atlases Old World Atlases PUBLISHED ATLASES (NORTH AMERICA) Alberta Semenchuk, Glen P. 1992. The atlas of breeding birds of Alberta . Federation of Alberta Naturalists. 391 p. $45.00 British Columbia Campbell, R. Wayne, et al. 1990. T he birds of British Columbia . 2 vols. published (Loons-Waterfowl and Birds of Prey-Woodpeckers). Royal British Columbia Museum. 514 and 636 p. California Shuford, W. David. 1993. The Marin County breeding bird atlas: a distributional and natural history of coastal California birds . Bushtit Books, P.O. Box 233, Bolinas, CA 94924. $28.45 (paper $24.95). Roberson, Don, and Chris Tenney. 1993. Atlas of the breeding birds of Monterey County . 448 p. $19.95 soft, $45.00 hard. Burridge, Betty, ed. 1995. Sonoma County Breeding Bird Atlas Colorado Kingery, Hugh. 1999. Colorado Breeding Bird Atlas Connecticut Bevier, Louis R. 1994. The Atlas of Breeding Birds of Connecticut . DEP, Hartford. 461 p. $39.95.

31. Artic Breeding Bird Ecology: Institute For Field Ornithology Workshop, American
ARCTIC BREEDING BIRD ECOLOGY WORKSHOP. Develop an appreciation for the natural history and breeding biology SubArctic and Arctic breeding birds.

Membership Publications Programs ... Home Go to.... Education Programs ABA-IFO Workshops for Birders ABA Birdathons Activities ABA Scholarships Summer Birding Camps Young Birder of the Year A Bird's-Eye View Conservation Programs Birders' Exchange Birding Economics Song Bird Coffee Birding Festivals Birding Trails The Birder Conservationist Coalition Efforts Opportunities for Birders INSTITUTE FOR FIELD ORNITHOLOGY About IFO History Goals Contact us ... Wetlands and Waterfowl

22-29 June 2004 • Nome region of the Seward Peninsula, Alaska
Instructors: Wayne R. Petersen and Paul J. Baicich 2003 Arctic Workshop Report and Bird List THIS WORKSHOP IS FULL.
Please email Lori Fujimoto to be placed on a waiting list for the workshop. Develop an appreciation for the natural history and breeding biology Sub-Arctic and Arctic breeding birds. Study techniques for observing and recording breeding species of the region will be particularly emphasized. COURSE DESCRIPTION INSTRUCTORS Paul J. Baicich worked for the ABA from 1991 to 2003. He organized ABA's conferences and convention from 1991 through 1995 and was responsible for editing fourteen ABA Birdfinding Guides. Paul also served as Editor for

32. Breeding Birds Of Wooded Draws In Western North Dakota
Annotated species accounts from 1982 study.

ATLAS OF THE breeding birds OF ARABIA. Instructions for Contributors Form 1 List of Arabian breeding birds Form 2 Observer Records Sheet Form 3
Project Co-ordinator and Phoenix Editor is Michael C. Jennings, Warners Farm House, Warners Drove, Somersham, Cambridgeshire, PE28 3WD, England.
Tel/Fax 01487 841733 (International 0044 1487 841733) Email:
CONTENTS PAGE Introduction 2. Instructions for contributors If readers have any problems with opening, printing or understanding the forms, or other documents listed here, please contact the Project Co-ordinator, see above. Bibliography of Arabian Birds Search from second authors, species, places and subjects. Index to Phoenix Newsletter Phoenix Subscriptions, Back issues, ABBA reports and sales. 6. Digital images from recent ABBA Surveys Includes a description of the dracaena forrests of Jebel Samhan and the birds found there. Includes a description of habitats and birds found on the Saiq plateau.

34. Audubon New York - Breeding Bird Atlas
is a replication of the first Breeding Bird Atlas that was conducted from 1980 to 1985 and resulted in the publication of The Atlas of breeding birds in New
Breeding Bird Atlas On a June morning a birder will spend a couple of hours in a favorite marsh watching birds with a special purpose. He'll note all birds seen and heard, and pay particular attention to their behavior. He's looking for evidence of breeding. He's not disturbing his quarries by searching out nests, simply observing behavioral cues that indicate breeding. Our birder is participating in Atlas 2000, a project of the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation and the Federation of NYS Bird Clubs. National Audubon Society of New York is a partner and member of the steering committee, along with the NY Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, the Cornell University Department of Natural Resources, and the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology. Atlas 2000 is a multi-year effort to locate bird species and document their breeding habitats in the Empire State. This is a replication of the first Breeding Bird Atlas that was conducted from 1980 to 1985 and resulted in the publication of The Atlas of Breeding Birds in New York State in 1988. Atlases of this kind, first developed in Britain, have been done in many states, including Vermont, Connecticut and Pennsylvania. New York will be the first to repeat it at the desired 20-year interval.

35. Colorado Breeding Bird Atlas
The Atlas project, assisted by Audubon chapters, bird clubs, and government wildlife agencies in the state, surveyed the state for breeding birds from 1987 to
The Colorado Breeding Bird Atlas
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The 600-page book describes the breeding distribution and biology of 265 species of birds which breed in Colorado. It has chapters on Colorado ecosystems, post-settlement changes to Colorado habitats, Colorado ornithologists, and a 16-page folio with color photographs of Colorado habitats, nests, nestlings, and fledglings. Sketches of each species, by local Pueblo artist Radeaux, illustrate all types of reported breeding behavior. Front and back book covers, feature his paintings; a unique blend of detailed wildlife depictions with stylized patterns of nature from ancient cultures. The Species Accounts, written by 30 Colorado atlasers, (click on thumbnail for larger image) describe habitats, breeding cycles, and distribution of all birds which breed in the state. Each account maps the Colorado breeding distribution, charts the habitats which the species uses, and depicts the dates of breeding activity. This shows the best current information about where each species breeds in Colorado, and will constitute the benchmark for further studies. The Atlas project, assisted by Audubon chapters, bird clubs, and government wildlife agencies in the state, surveyed the state for breeding birds from 1987 to 1994. Over 1200 people participated in this largest-ever survey of Colorado birds. Atlasers sampled blocks three miles on a side, one in each topographic map in Colorado. The book aggregates data they turned in from 1745 blocks.

36. Kansas Breeding Bird Atlas
This is the definitive guide for anyone, amateur or professional, concerned with the activities of Kansas s breeding birds, and it provides information
Kansas Breeding Bird Atlas
William H. Busby and John L. Zimmerman
Illustrated by Dan Kilby, Orville Rice, and Robert Mengel
March 2001
488 pages, 202 line drawings, 341 maps, 399 tables, 7 x 10
Cloth ISBN 0-7006-1055-3, $35.00 Given its central location and favorable habitats, Kansas is blessed with a surprising diversity of birds: 453 species documented within its borders. This book focuses on the 203 species that breed in the statefrom the Green-winged Teal to the Great-tailed Grackleto create an accurate and timely reference based on standardized methods of data collection. The Kansas Breeding Bird Atlas represents the efforts of 180 volunteers who diligently sought out birds over six years, observing their behavior and searching for active nests and fledged young throughout the state, whether in tallgrass prairies, riparian forests, or wetlands. In addition to these volunteers' efforts, Busby and Zimmerman gathered a wealth of information relating the observations to ecological factors affecting the birds' habitat selection. In the book, each species is conveniently presented in a two-page spread containing a line drawing, descriptive account, data summary table, distribution map, and, in most instances, a table of breeding status by physiographic region and BBS (Breeding Bird Survey) map. Breeding codespossible, probable, or confirmedare assigned in accordance with recommendations of

37. Uncommon Breeding Birds In ND
Frequencies of occurrence and statewide population estimates from surveys conducted in 1967, 1992, and 1993.

38. Pseudomonas Infection In Pet And Breeding Birds
Pseudomonas Infection in Pet and breeding birds by Tiffany Margolin, DVM. Does your bird have a cold ? Is his nose runny, is he
Pseudomonas Infection
in Pet and Breeding Birds

by Tiffany Margolin, DVM Does your bird have a "cold"? Is his nose runny, is he sneezing, or having other signs of a respiratory infection? There are many causes of respiratory problems in birds, but one of the most stubborn and elusive culprits is Pseudomonas. Recently, a green wing macaw named Jackpot was brought to our clinic because he had signs similar to those described above. A simple culture revealed that he had a sever Pseudomonas infection. What exactly is Pseudomonas? It is pronounced "sudamonas", and is a water-loving organism. It is most often found in water sources such as hoses, taps and even water-filtering systems. It is a gram-negative rod-like organism that is not normally found in a healthy bird. If it gains a foothold, it readily proliferates in the warm, moist environment of a bird's respiratory system. Unfortunately for both the bird and its owner, Pseudomonas can be very resistant to many commonly used antibiotics. Pseudomonal infections, by and large, involve the respiratory system. Signs of the infection may include clear or yellowish discharge from one or both nostrils, sneezing, scratching at the nose and ears, and conjuctivitis (red eyes). If the problem is detected early enough, much subtler signs may be the only ones present. For example, the feathers around the nostrils may just be slightly crusty.

demographic purposes only. RESCUE SPOTLIGHT. It s time to stop breeding birds So says Foster Parrots Ltd. founder Marc Johnson, who
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In 1,000 words or less, tell us how you got hooked on parrots. The winning essayist will receive a $50 gift certificate to Pet Warehouse One-minute survey.
Would you hire a bird behaviorist? If not, why not? If you have, did it help? Let us know and we'll report our findings in an upcoming issue. Winter 2001 issue!
Join our mailing list (see sign-up box below) and be notified when we post our next issue! Note: does not sell its mailing list. Survey information is voluntary and used for editorial planning and demographic purposes only.
It's time to stop breeding birds So says Foster Parrots Ltd. founder Marc Johnson, who sees little reason to continue producing pets that almost always lose their homes MARC JOHNSON thinks breeding parrots is wrong, and hopes that those who engage in the practice eventually go the way of the dodo. "Breeders’ attempts to justify the reasons for why they are here usually falls under the conservation claim, which for the most part is bogus," says Johnson, founder and director of the nonprofit parrot rescue organization Foster Parrots Ltd. Residents of Foster Parrots, Ltd., enjoy open space in Marc Johnson's renovated barn.

40. Peregrine Falcon Recovery
A nonprofit group located in Bluffton, Iowa working to restore the midwestern US population of Peregrine Falcons and other raptors by captively breeding birds for release in the wild.
EagleCam King Plant Cam Nest Viewer Cam Forum ... Ospreys The Raptor Resource Project is a nonprofit, 501c3 dedicated to restoring the Midwest's
population of Peregrine falcons and other raptors. Welcome to our website!

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