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The North American Breeding Bird Survey (BBS) is an ongoing effort that has collected data on bird populations and trends since 1966. The Rainwater Basin Joint Venture (RWBJV) has used this data from 2005 to 2010 to create species distribution models (SDMs) for target bird populations within Nebraska. Species targeted by this modeling include Dickcissel (DICK), Eastern Meadowlark (EAME), Grasshopper Sparrow (GRSP), and Western Meadowlark (WEME). These species were identified as high-priority Planning Species by the RWBJV Landbird Plan. The SDMs created by this analysis will be used to better inform conservation efforts throughout the state. For this analysis we used the following variable data: Missouri Resource...
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These data are daily summary checklists of all bird species observed at U.S. Geological Survey, Alaska Science Center (ASC) field camps. Data include species observation details such as observers, dates, location, and number of individuals seen. Field camps were located in Northern, Western, Interior, Southwest, Southcentral, and Southeast Alaska, Baja California Sur Mexico, and northern Russia. Version History: First release: May 2021 Revised: February 2022 (ver. 2.0) Revised: February 2023 (ver. 3.0)
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Multiple lines of evidence suggest that the Gray-headed Chickadee (Poecile cinctus lathami), a population endemic to Alaska and northwestern Canada, has declined and/or been extirpated from locations where they were considered historically common. In contrast, the Boreal Chickadee, a native congener, has recently colonized locations where Gray-headed Chickadees once occurred. This project focuses on whether hybridization (and subsequent transfer of genetic material from one species into another with continued breeding events overtime) between these two closely related chickadee species may be responsible for Gray-headed Chickadee declines. Specifically, our objectives are to: 1) Conduct call-playback surveys to...
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Boreal Partners in Flight developed the Alaska Landbird Monitoring Survey (ALMS) primarily to monitor breeding populations of landbirds in the vast off-road areas of Alaska in conjunction with data collected from the roadside North American Breeding Bird Survey (BBS). ALMS is a collaborative program in which agencies and other entities conduct standardized surveys of breeding birds and their habitats on the lands they manage and then provide the data to the U.S. Geological Survey Alaska Science Center for analysis and archiving. The ALMS monitoring program comprises a set of survey blocks that have been selected in a stratified-random design primarily across state and Federal natural resource lands in Alaska with...
Categories: Data; Tags: Admiralty Island, Alaska, Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska Peninsula, Alaska Peninsula National Wildlife Refuge, All tags...


    map background search result map search result map Breeding Bird Survey Models for Select Grassland Bird Species of Nebraska Bird Species Checklists from USGS Alaska Science Center Field Camps Alaska Landbird Monitoring Survey Dataset Alaska Grey-headed Chickadee and Boreal Chickadee Hybridization Study Alaska Boreal Chickadee Banding Data 2022-Present Breeding Bird Survey Models for Select Grassland Bird Species of Nebraska Alaska Grey-headed Chickadee and Boreal Chickadee Hybridization Study Alaska Boreal Chickadee Banding Data 2022-Present Alaska Landbird Monitoring Survey Dataset Bird Species Checklists from USGS Alaska Science Center Field Camps