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Birds of Ontario; habitat requirements, limiting factors, and status.


Birds of Ontario; habitat requirements, limiting factors, and status.

Sandilands, Al.

U. of British Columbia Press


387 pages




This second volume of Birds of Ontario covering nonpasserine species from shorebirds through woodpeckers, offers extensive information on the geographical range, migration, breeding and habitats of over eighty species of birds found in this Canadian province. Each entry also provides a map of breeding and wintering areas and an illustration of the species by ornithologist Ross James. Sandilands, a wildlife biologist and environmental consultant provides an introduction detailing the methodology used in each entry, and an extensive bibliography is included.

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