4 edition of Discovery of the breeding area of Kirtland"s warbler found in the catalog.
Discovery of the breeding area of Kirtland"s warbler
Norman Asa Wood
|LC Classifications||QL696.P2 W7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||18018362|
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Kirtland's warbler (Setophaga kirtlandii), which is recorded to have been known by local folk in Michigan by the common name jack pine bird, and is also known as the jack pine warbler, is a small songbird of the New World warbler family (), named after Jared Potter Kirtland, an Ohio doctor and amateur naturalist.
Nearly extinct just 50 years ago, it is well on its way to : Aves. Buy Discovery of the Breeding Area of Kirtland's Warbler. [Bull. Mich. Ornith. Club Vol. V., PP. 3 - 13, March ] by Norman A. Wood (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Norman A.
Wood. This book looks at the Kirtland’s warbler and wildlife conservation in a way that no other book has. It looks back on the history of this unique bird, examines the people and policies that kept the warbler from extinction, explores the cult of personality that surrounds it, and examines the challenges of the future—all through the eyes of the people who have acted so passionately on its Pages: The tiny warbler was an unknown species to bird enthusiasts until its discovery in by Jared Kirtland of Cleveland, Ohio, at his farm.
Its nesting area in northern lower Michigan was. The Kirtland’s Warbler is divided into three sections: The Past, The Present, The Future. Most of the chapters are in the first two sections; the future is a brief, open question.
I very much enjoyed the first section, which relates the history of the bird and its relationship with us, humans, from its discovery in up to the fateful Lake Mack fire and its aftermath in the ’s. the advantages of the government cinchona plantation in jamaica as a tropical botanical station.
The population recovery of Kirtland's Warbler (Setophaga kirtlandii) is one of the most fascinating success stories of an endangered species in the past 60 the author states, the story transcends the bird and its environment.
By including the human dimension of recovery efforts, this book keeps the reader involved throughout what ends up being a catalogue of management and research Author: Deahn M.
Donner. Management area standards and guidelines: Develop Kirtland’s warbler breeding habitat by designing and configuring treatment blocks that mimic the regeneration effects of wildfire.
Prepare treatment blocks for regeneration by clearcutting. Treatment blocks will be no greater than acres unless reviewed by the Regional : Jon Haber. -A successful breeding nest was discovered at Petawawa Ontario in (Drake). Cowbird Parasitism: Besides it habitat requirements, Cowbirds had been hurting the breeding success rates, so a successful cowbird management program has been put in place to reduce the numbers and increase the nest success for the Kirtlands Warbler.
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The Kirtland's Warbler has never been found nesting anywhere except in north-ern Lower Michigan. Since the discovery of the first nest there inthe birds have been found in parts of 15 counties (Figure 1).
Kirtland's Warbler is very particular about its habitat requirements. It is found only among young Jack Pines occurring. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. under which the warbler nests. Because of public awareness campaigns, promoted w it h symbols like Smokey, and be- cause of modem fire-fighting techniques, the warblers' breeding areas have been se-y verely diminished.
IN ADDITION, the parasitic cowbird has added to its sure Vival problems. The cowbirds lay their eggs in the Kirtland's nest. Adams County reached a high of 12 successful nesting pairs in and is still the best location to find the elusive Kirtland’s Warbler. Habitat is vital when searching.
They generally only live and breed in relatively large, dense stands of jack pines that are 5 to 20 feet tall ( years old). Wunderle, J. Book review: Aves Comunes de la Republica Dominicana by Steve C. Latta. El Pitirre Progress 10/01/01 to 09/30/02 Outputs Initiated the cooperative Kirtlands Warbler Research & Training program in the Bahamas by conducting exploratory bird surveys on the island of Andros.
Project involves surveys of Neotropical. 7 posts published by Rolling Harbour during April BAHAMAS REEF FISH (45) THREESPOT DAMSELFISH. The threespot damselfish Stegastes planifrons is one of several damselfish types found in the Bahamas and more generally in the western Atlantic.
As with so many reef species, there is a marked difference in coloration between juveniles (bright yellow) and darker-hued adults (above). The Kirtland’s Warbler: The Story of a Bird’s Fight against Extinction and the People Who Saved It.—William Rapai. University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor.
x + pp. ISBN Hardcover, $—The population recovery of Kirtland’s File Size: KB. The American Ornithologists' Union: corraborating previous Kirtlands Warbler studies that showed carryover effects on the breeding grounds and that survival in the following year was positively correlated with March rainfall in The Bahamas.
Given that drought reduces the food resources and body condition of Kirtlands Warblers in The. As the crane’s canadensis suggests and as range map shows, these are birds of North America, breeding mainly in Canada. In winter they head south to the warmth, reaching Florida as winter migrants.
As you can see, the northern part of Florida and also Cuba have small year-round breeding populations. Zero zilch zip nada in the Bahamas. As draws to a close we here at 10, Birds thought that it would be a great idea if we, like we did in andshared our Best Birds of the Year.
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Anne Goulden’s checklist from 23 February, with the Kirtland’s Warbler can be viewed at this link. Andrew Dobson’s checklist from 19 December, with the Kirtlands Warbler can be viewed at this link.
Congratulations to Anne Goulden for her first official sighting of the Kirkland’s Warbler in Cuba.The editor is familiar with and devoted to his profession.
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These colorful sprites are, to many, the avian highlight of spring. I am not impervious to their charms, and one o.