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Boreal birds of North America : a hemispheric view of their conservation links and significance / Jeffrey V. Wells, editor
Berkeley : University of California Press, c2011
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 4th Floor  QL685 .B67 2011    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Forest birds -- Canada
Forest birds -- Alaska
Birds -- Ecology -- North America
Taiga ecology -- North America
Physical Description xv, 136 p. : ill., maps ; 26 cm
Note "A publication of the Cooper Ornithological Society."
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Boreal forest threats and conservation status / Jeffrey V. Wells -- Global role for sustaining bird populations / Jeffrey V. Wells and Peter J. Blancher -- waterfowl conservation planning: science needs and approaches / Stuart M. Slattery, Julienne L. Morissette, Glenn G. Mack, and Eric W. Butterworth -- Breeding distribution and ecology of pacific coast surf scoters / John Y. Takekawa ... [et al.] -- Geospatial modeling of abundance with breeding bird atlas data / Andrew R. Couturier -- The boreal landbird component of migrant bird communities in eastern North America / Adrienne J. Leppold and Robert S. Mulvihill -- Boreal migrants in winter bird communities / Bruce A. Robertson ... [et al.] -- Important bird areas as wintering sites for boreal migrants in the Tropical Andes / Ian J. Davidson, david D. Fernández and R. Clay -- Understanding declines in rusty blackbirds / Russell Greenberg ... [et al.]
Series Studies in avian biology ; no. 41
Alternate Author Wells, Jeffrey V. (Jeffrey Vance), 1964-

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