Abraham (2007) stated that a few breed in extreme western Ontario and that about ... and estimated the entire Canadian population at only 10,000 birds.
Author: Al Sandilands
Publisher: UBC Press
The volumes in the Birds of Ontario series summarize life history requirements of bird species that are normally part of the ecology of Ontario. The first volume dealt with waterfowl through cranes; this volume deals with shorebirds through woodpeckers and completes the treatment of the nonpasserines. Information on habitat, limiting factors, and status are dealt with for the three main bird seasons: breeding, migration, and winter. It is an essential reference for biologists, planners, environmental consultants, and other resource professionals involved in environmental issues and management pertaining to birds. It is also a valuable reference for serious birders.
A Birder's Guide to the Rainy River Area , Ontario Birds 9 , no . 1 ( April 1991 ) , on which most of the following is based , with gratitude .
Author: Clive E. Goodwin
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
From southern deciduous woodlands to Arctic coastline, this guide presents precise directions on where birds are found, emphasizing the most popular and productive localities, but also citing numerous little-known locales that will delight aficionado and novice alike.
Publisher: Bloomfield Hills, Mich. : Cranbrook Institute of Science
This definitive work summarizes migration, nesting, and breeding information for over 300 species, based on data collected by the Detroit Audubon Society over a period of 30 years. Highly respected in ornithological circles, the author is a past chairperson of the Society's Bird Survey Committee.
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Prefixed to the first vol. is "An act for the union of Canada, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick ... 29th March, 1867" with special t.p.: Anno regni Victoriæ, Britanniarum reginæ, tricesimo et tricesimo-primo. At a Parliament begun and holden at Westminster ... Toronto, 1868. 45 p.
This illustrated field guide helps readers identify, understand and appreciate the birds of Ontario.
Author: Andy Bezener
Category: Bird watching
This illustrated field guide helps readers identify, understand and appreciate the birds of Ontario. It contains full-colour illustrations and detailed descriptions of 318 species, with each account including information on: *Size * Status * Habitat * Nesting * Feeding * Voice * Similar species cross-referenced * Best sites for viewing * Range maps showing seasonal occurrences of the bird and migration routes. * Colour-coded header bars and a quick reference guide make finding information fast and easy. Also includes a glossary of terms and a birder's checklist. Technical review by Ross James, former Curator of Ornithology at the Royal Ontario Museum.