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Surveys of black terns and other inland-breeding seabirds in northeastern California in 1997

W. David Shuford

Surveys of black terns and other inland-breeding seabirds in northeastern California in 1997

by W. David Shuford

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Published by State of California, Resources Agency, Dept. of Fish and Game in Sacramento, CA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • California.
    • Subjects:
    • Black tern -- California.,
    • Sea birds -- California.,
    • Bird surveys -- California.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementauthor and principal investigator, W. David Shuford.
      SeriesBird and Mammal Conservation Program report ;, 98-03
      ContributionsCalifornia. Dept. of Fish and Game., California. Bird and Mammal Conservation Program.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL696.C46 S55 1998
      The Physical Object
      Pagination35 leaves :
      Number of Pages35
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL62259M
      LC Control Number99158610
      OCLC/WorldCa40334655

      In contrast to the few breeding seabirds in the MBNMS, the visiting species of the avifauna rank among the most dense in the world (Ainley , Briggs et al. ). Most species are seasonally resident and come in large numbers to "winter" in Sanctuary waters from temperate areas of New Zealand and Chile as well as Hawaii, Mexico and Alaska. You get to have fun, network with others, and support a good cause for the birds.” When asked what he has enjoyed most about being a Counter, Robin doesn’t hesitate to emphasize the opportunity to go out with other birders. Over the years, Robin has done Bird-A-Thon with such prolific naturalists as Bob Stewart, Rich Stallcup, and Keith Hansen.

      Non-breeding season populations of seabirds in UK waters: Population sizes for Biologically Defined Minimum Population Scales (BDMPS). Natural England Commissioned Reports, Number Natural England Project Officers-Melanie Kershaw, Senior Specialist Marine Ornithology. [email protected] Contractor. Pacific Southwest Research Station Buchanan Street Albany, CA The relationship of Marbled Murrelet activity levels and behaviors with habitat characteristics of forest stands in California (Abstract). Pacific Seabirds Black Tern surveys in the Upper Klamath Basin, Oregon Klamath Bird Observatory, Ashland.

      Marine bio week 5 seabirds and marine turtles. seabirds, sea turtles, habits and species. STUDY. arctic tern. longest migration miles 2x longer than previously thought find a mate a lot of other seabirds in one area protection for chicks/nests/parents in numbers.   The Seabird Breeding Atlas of the Lesser Antilles makes available data and narrative related to Environmental Protection in the Caribbean’s (EPIC) census of breeding seabirds in the Lesser Antilles. The book provides information on methodology, species profiles and distribution maps and tables by species and country/territory, and site Cited by: 6.


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Surveys of black terns and other inland-breeding seabirds in northeastern California in 1997 by W. David Shuford Download PDF EPUB FB2

Surveys of inland-breeding seabirds in northeastern California infollowing two wet winters, estimated pairs of black terns were breeding at 60 sites, pairs of American white pelicans at 2 sites, pairs of double-crested cormorants at 7 sites, 12, pairs of ring.

Surveys of black terns and other inland-breeding seabirds in northeastern California in Sacramento, CA: State of California, Resources Agency, Dept. of Fish and Game, [] (OCoLC) Buy Surveys of black terns and other inland-breeding seabirds in northeastern California in (Bird and Mammal Conservation Program report) by W.

David Shuford (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : W. David Shuford. surveys in northeastern California inprecipitation was well above the for Black Terns and other colonial waterbirds, as described above.

NUMBERS OF TERNS BREEDING INLAND IN CALIFORNIA. CALIFORNIA LEAST TERN BREEDING SURVEY, SEASON1 Kathy Keane, Research Associate Department of Biology California State University Long Beach, CA ABSTRACT Approximately 4, pairs of California least terns (Sterna antillarum browni) nested at 38 sites along the coast of California inas reported by least tern monitors.

This represents a 19%. BREEDING STATUS OF THE BLACK TERN IN CALIFORNIA Northeastern California The study area here included valleys of the Cascade Range, Klamath Mountains, and Sierra Nevada, the Modoc Plateau, and the Great Basin desert, that is, eastern Siskiyou, northeastern Trinity, eastern Shasta, Modoc, Lassen, Plumas, Sierra, and El Dorado counties.

• Support JNCC and the other partners in making the next national seabird census as comprehensive as possible. • Use information from Bird Atlas to help design a survey strategy for the next census, particularly for species that breed extensively inland.

seabirds and other marine species (Reardon, ). Marine Debris The first publication of a seabird containing human artifacts is from when Couch () reported part of a candlestick.

Information available on seabirds for the region is limited, with the majority of studies carried out one to two decades ago. Accounts indicate that there are 17 true seabird species and 14 other water bird species. Among these birds the Jouanin’s petrel and swift tern.

View Breeding Bird Survey trends by selecting a species. Note on species names Footnote 1. Return to footnote 1 referrer. For some species that have undergone a change in taxonomy since the beginning of the Breeding Bird Survey, trend results are presented for both the individual species as well as a "combined" trend that includes all data for the species complex.

Seabirds are exquisitely adapted to life on the ocean. Like the far-ranging Laysan Albatross and Black-capped Petrel, most seabirds spend a large part of their lives over the open water, far from human habitation.

As a group, seabirds are among the world's most endangered birds. Shuford, W. Surveys of Black Tern and Other Inland‐breeding Seabirds in Northeastern California in Report 98‐03, Bird and Mammal Conservation Program, California Dept.

of Fish and Game, Sacramento. 35 p. Shuford, W.D., and T. Gardali (eds.). California Bird Species of Special Concern: A Ranked Assessment ofFile Size: KB. Still other categories of similar species, such as cormorants, terns, pelicans, and gulls, are often categorized with seabirds even though they are not true marine birds.

Despite the great variety of seabirds, however, each of these species shares common characteristics that define them as seabirds. Surveys, during the s‐s he did research on birds and white sharks at the Farallon Islands off San Francisco, and he currently is a staff biologist at The Institute for Bird Populations in Point Reyes Station, California, where he specializes in bird molts and Size: 37KB.

Insurveys of inland-breeding seabird colonies were conducted throughout the Modoc Plateau and Great Basin region of northeastern California. Species surveyed included the American White Pelican, Double-crested Cormorant Phalocrocorax auritus, Ring- billed Gull Larus delawarensis, California Gull L.

californicus, Caspian. RIVERSIDE, Calif. – Isla Rasa, in the Gulf of California, is renowned for its massive aggregations of nesting seabirds. Over 95 percent of the world populations of Elegant Terns and Heerman’s Gulls concentrate unfailingly every year on this tiny island to nest.

Avian Review is for bird book enthusiasts. It shows, by region, various books that are current, antique, or simply unique. Sampel pages are provided to help the reader to determine if the book may be of interest to purchase. A brief summary or a longer review will ultimately be provided for each book.

Annotated List of the Seabirds of the World. Fig. Northern Fulmar, Devon Island, Nunavut, Canada in late August I hope these pages will become a database of information about the seabirds of the world and some of the best places to see them. Any suggestions to fill the many gaps or provide additional localities would be extremely.

Breeding Season Survey Techniques for Seabirds and Colonial Waterbirds throughout North America Steinkamp, M., B. Peterjohn, V. Byrd, H. Carter, and R. Lowe Introduction For a continent-wide monitoring program to succeed, it is essential that methods be developed and agreed upon that are consistent and Size: 6MB.

To remedy this situation, in the summer of PRBO will initiate thorough surveys of Black Terns in the northern reaches of the state, where in the past three years we have conducted censuses of California and Ring-billed gull colonies as an offshoot of our 14 years of gull studies at environmentally threatened Mono Lake.

My surveys of inland-breeding seabirds in and found all of California's White Pelicans and 95 percent of the Double-crested Cormorants in the northeastern portion of the state nesting on wildlife refuges, whereas less than 1 percent of the state's Black Terns .The American White Pelican (Pelecanus erythrorhynchos) formerly bred the length of California on interior lakes and marshes of the Klamath Basin, Modoc Plateau and Great Basin desert of northeastern California, overflow lands of the Sacramento Valley, terminal lakes in the Tulare Basin of the San Joaquin Valley and at the Salton Sea in the Colorado desert.

Historic data are sketchy but nesting Cited by: 5.Seabirds also undertake long migrations, the longest annual migration being those of sooty shearwaters, which nest in New Zealand and Chile and spend the northern summer feeding in the North Pacific off Japan, Alaska and California, an annual round trip of 64, km (39, mi).Clade: Ornithurae.