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Atlas of the breeding birds of Monterey County, California

Atlas of the breeding birds of Monterey County, California

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Published by Monterey Peninsula Audubon Society in Carmel, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Birds -- California -- Monterey County -- Geographical distribution.,
  • Birds -- California -- Monterey County -- Geographical distribution -- Maps.,
  • Bird populations -- California -- Monterey County.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 429-436) and index.

    Other titlesBreeding birds of Monterey County, California.
    Statementedited by Don Roberson & Chris Tenney ; species accounts by Stephen F. Bailey ... [et al.].
    GenreMaps.
    ContributionsRoberson, Don., Tenney, Chris., Bailey, Stephen F., Monterey Peninsula Audubon Society.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 438 p. :
    Number of Pages438
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17645181M

    Important- Contributing to the NY Breeding Bird Atlas Project via EBird. [david nicosia] 19 Apr: @ Important- Contributing to the NY Breeding Bird Atlas Project via EBird. [Bird observations from western New York] 18 Apr: @ Derby Hill Bird Observatory (18 Apr ) Raptors [[email protected] [oneidabirds]] 17 Apr: @ After moving to California in , he started researching bird use of high elevation meadows in the central Sierra Nevada. He is also interested in urban ecology, plant-animal interactions, and ecosystem services and recently co-edited a book including these topics, Why Birds Matter: Avian Ecological Functions and Ecosystem Services.

    A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Don Roberson. Threatened Birds of the Americas The ICBP/IUCN Red Data Book, Part 2 by N.J. Collar et al Treasury of North American Birdlore by P.S. Eriksson and A. Pistorius (Eds) A Birder's Guide to Arkansas by Mel White A Birder's Guide to Colorado by Harold R. Holt A Birder's Guide to Churchill, Manitoba by B. Chartier A Birder's Guide to the Coast of Maine by James A. Lane.

    sketches of birds and/or habitats, as well as photo-graphs of selected species that breed in Marin County, enhance the appearance of both books (although the quality of bird sketches varies between the two atlases and especially within the Monterey County atlas). Not only are the Marin and Monterey county atlases. Imperial County is a county in the U.S. state of of the census, the population was , The county seat is El Centro. Established in from a division of San Diego County, it was the last county to be formed in California.. Imperial County includes the El Centro, California Metropolitan Statistical is also part of the Southern California border region, Region: Imperial Valley.


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Atlas of the breeding birds of Monterey County, California Download PDF EPUB FB2

Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Monterey County, edited by Don Roberson and Chris Tenney This detailed and definitive analysis of Monterey County's breeding birds has set the standard for breeding bird atlases nationwide. It is a superb conservation planning tool, as well as an invaluable resource for recreational birders.

Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Monterey County California [Chris Tenney] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Monterey County CaliforniaPrice: $ OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations, maps ; 28 cm: Other Titles: Breeding birds of Monterey County, California: Responsibility.

Breeding Birds of Napa County, California. An illustrated atlas of nesting birds. by Berner, Murray; Bill Grummer, Robin Leong, and Mike Rippey.

pp, ISBN: (). There are currently 38 species with only one accepted record for Monterey County by the California Bird Records Committee; e.g., the CBRC book () and updated decisions on-line. We've listed those 38 species at the bottom of this page (righthand column); that total drops to 36 species if one deletes species with records accepted by other.

The Wilson Journal of Ornithology publishes work related to the study of living birds and their behavior, ecology, adaptive physiology, and : Kimball L. Garrett. Birds of the California book Latilong. by Skaar, Palmer David. pp, ISBN: Unknown spiral bound, 6th ed.; breeding and wintering atlas map for each of birds plus a list of accidental and hypothetical species; no text accompanies the bird other than its name and the count of observations between and ; some nice b&w sketches scattered throughout the.

A number of species breed in loose colonies which can be impacted by mammalian ground predators. Here in Monterey County where I live, the local species of both stilt and avocet regularly nest at the Salinas River mouth.

During the s these populations were almost extirpated by non-native Red Foxes which had invaded this county. Costa County to anyone who wants to learn more about the breeding birds of this county of the “opposite coast,” as well as the amazing avian diversity of the San Francisco Bay area and California.

LITeRATURe CITeD Bousman, W. Breeding Bird Atlas of Santa Clara County, California. Santa Clara Valley Audubon Soc., Cupertino, CA. Average territory size: At Hastings Reserve, located in Central Coast Ranges of California, Monterey County, territories averaged () acres or () hectares, n=9 (Root ).

Time of occurrence and seasonal movements: Northerly populations show long distance migration (Ellison ). CANCELED: TUESDAY April The California Field Atlas with Obi ’t it high time you deepened your understanding and experience, of California’s rich, fragile, and splendid biodiversity and on decades of exploring, Obi Kaufmann's lavishly illustrated California Field Atlas takes readers off the beaten book blends science and art to.

BOOK REVIEW Monterey Birds, by Don Roberson. Second edition. Monterey Peninsula Audubon Society, Carmel, California. viii + pp., 16 color plates, 61 black-and- white photos, maps, 2 tables. Paperback, $ ISBN X. Monterey County--a large coastal county in central California--is famous for its.

Ainley, D.G., R.R. Veit, S.G. Allen, L.B. Spear and P. Pyle. Variations in marine bird communities of the California Current, Monterey Seabirds.

likes. Pelagic sea birding on Monterey Bay. Jump to. Sections of this page. Monterey, California Get Directions () Contact Monterey Seabirds on Messenger. Nevada County Breeding Bird Atlas. Education. Wild Monterey Bay. ers: California Birds (California Avifauna Series 1, Bushtit Books, Bolinas, California, ) and D.

Roberson and C. Tenney’s Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Monterey County, Califor-nia (Monterey Peninsula Audubon Society, Carmel, California, ). However, in addi-tion to being a thorough breeding bird atlas, San Diego County Bird Atlas also Author: Kimball L.

Garrett. Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Monterey County (Roberson and Tenney ) used a priority block system to accommodate a limited supply of volunteers for a large area (Monterey County is larger than the state of Rhode Island).

One interesting feature of this atlas is the inclusion of abundance estimates based on an exponential scale of 1 pair.

One interesting finding from the Monterey County Breeding Bird Atlas project (Roberson & Tenney ) is that the common local breeding species (Western Gull, above: a calling adult and a chick) has moved much of its nesting population from pristine islets on the Big Sur coast to man-made objects around Monterey Bay.

The club is sponsoring a breeding bird atlas. This citizen science project is documenting 30 years of change in bird populations in Santa Cruz County.

We are partnering with the SFBBO to allow for tax deductible donations. The club newsletter “The Albatross” is published via the link on the left. Club efforts for conservation. When the Alameda County Breeding Bird Atlas was published late last year, I wondered in print if anyone had undertaken, or was planning to undertake, a comparable project for San Francisco.

It turns out that a San Francisco census was in fact completed some time ago, but the results have never been published. She participated in the county's breeding bird atlas project, wrote species accounts, and designed the publication published in She was the voice for the Monterey rare bird alert before the automated BirdBox, and served on the Monterey Audubon Society's board of directors as the newsletter editor.

Pelagic Birds of Monterey Bay Richard W. Stallcup. Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Monterey County Don Roberson and Chris Tenney. Through the Seasons: An Introduction to the Seabirds and Marine Mammals of Monterey Bay (video) Les Lieurance and Debi Shearwater.

Checklist of Birds of San Mateo County, California.This book covers all the Charadriiformes — not just stilts & avocets — and so includes plovers, sandpipers, jaçanas, thick-knees, and pratincoles.

Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Monterey County, California. Monterey Pen. Audubon Soc., Carmel.She participated in the county’s breeding bird atlas project, wrote species accounts, and designed the publication published in She was the voice for the Monterey rare bird alert before the automated BirdBox, and served on the Monterey Audubon Society’s board of directors as the newsletter editor.