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eBook Atlas of Breeding Birds in Pennsylvania (Pitt Series in Nature and Natural History) epub

by Daniel W. Brauning

eBook Atlas of Breeding Birds in Pennsylvania (Pitt Series in Nature and Natural History) epub
  • ISBN: 0822936925
  • Author: Daniel W. Brauning
  • Genre: Science
  • Subcategory: Nature & Ecology
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Univ of Pittsburgh Pr; 1 edition (June 1, 1992)
  • Pages: 484 pages
  • ePUB size: 1361 kb
  • FB2 size 1506 kb
  • Formats docx lrf lit doc


Series: Pitt Series in Nature and Natural History. Hardcover: 484 pages. I was quite pleased to get this book from the first atlas as we I was involved in the 2nd one and wanted them to compare.

Series: Pitt Series in Nature and Natural History.

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Pennsylvania Birds, "This may be the best ever, clearly and exhaustively analyzing the results of 106,952 hours of fieldwork by 1,896 observers covering 890,000 miles in 4,937 blocks from 2004 to 2009 in a standardized, replicable manner resulting in 656,723 records. -H. T. Armistead, Choice, &"Many additional features, results, and insightful analysis are provided within the 616 pages of this full-color book.

The EBCC Atlas of European Breeding Birds - their distribution and abundance (. ISBN 0-85661-091-7) is an ornithological atlas published for the European Bird Census Council by T & A D Poyser in 1997. The atlas was the first to present grid-square distribution maps for all breeding birds at a Europe-wide level.

both in its detail and its excellent presentation. 2 people are interested in this title. We receive 1 copy every 6 months. A reference that locates and profiles all 203 species of birds that are known to have nested in Pennsylvania. The atlas is the result of a statewide survey conducted from 1983 to 1989 by more than 2000 volunteer birders.

Twenty years after the first Atlas of Breeding Birds in Pennsylvania was published, the Second Atlas of Breeding Birds in Pennsylvania brings our knowledge of the state’s bird populations up to date, documenting current distribution and changes in status for nearly two hundred bird species. More than two thousand dedicated birdwatchers completed surveys of birds across the state from 2004 to 2009. Daniel W. Brauning is an ornithologist with the Pennsylvania Game Commission. Robert S. Mulvihill is Ornithologist at the Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania.

Birdwatching Guide Books. Second Atlas of Breeding Birds in Pennsylvania. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. Includes habitat analyses and color photographs for each species"-Provided by publisher. The Second Atlas of Breeding Birds in Pennsylvania.

The Second Pennsylvania Breeding Bird Atlas (PBBA) was a formal breeding bird survey conducted statewide between 2004 and 2009 in a grid of 4,937 blocks, each approximately 25 km 2 in area. Using a large point count dataset from the Second Pennsylvania Breeding Bird Atlas, we tested for the effects of species traits on the magnitude and spatial scale of the responses of 58 forest bird species to urbanization intensity in landscapes surrounding count locations.

New Biological Books. Atlas of Breeding Birds in Pennsylvania. John Bull, "Atlas of Breeding Birds in Pennsylvania.

This book treats all 428 species seen in the state, including breeding and wintering birds, migrants, and vagrants. Birders who have longed for a comprehensive book about the birds in Pennsylvania have had their wish come true. Each entry provides the general status of a species; the locations where it is most commonly found; its natural habitat, migratory patterns, breeding habits, and seasonal status and distribution; and a summary of the bird's history in Pennsylvania. Evelyn Anderson Erie (PA) Times . "The work will be an indispensable reference for the next 20 years. If you bird in Pennsylvania, you should own this book. Scott Shalaway Pittsburgh Post-Gazette .

An easy-to-use reference that illustrates, locates, and profiles 204 species of birds that have been known to nest in Pennsylvania, surveyed by more than 2,000 volunteer birders
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