The nesting phenology of birds in Canada / François Rousseu and Bruno Drolet.: CW66-569/2017E-PDF

"This technical report is the first attempt to produce a nationally consistent and unified description of bird nesting phenology across the different provinces and territories of Canada. It provides species-specific predictions of the nesting phenology of 311 bird species (71 % of those breeding in Canada), outlining the timing and intensity of nesting. The use of a standardized method applied to all regions enables predictions to be made for boreal and Arctic regions"--Abstract, p. vi.

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Department/Agency Canadian Wildlife Service. Quebec Region.
Canada. Environment and Climate Change Canada.
Title The nesting phenology of birds in Canada / François Rousseu and Bruno Drolet.
Series title Technical report series ; no. 533
Publication type Series - View Master Record
Language [English]
Other language editions [French]
Format Electronic
Electronic document
Note(s) Issued also in French under title: La phénologie de nidification des oiseaux au Canada.
Includes bibliographical references.
Issued also in print format.
Includes abstract in French.
Publishing information Québec : Canadian Wildlife Service, Québec Region, [2018], c2017.
Author / Contributor Rousseu, François.
Drolet, Bruno.
Description xxii, 314 p. : charts (some col.), col. ill., maps (some col.)
ISBN 9780660095912
Catalogue number
  • CW66-569/2017E-PDF
Subject terms Birds
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