Atlantic Flyway review: Region V
North American Bird Bander
- Chandler S. Robbins
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One new station was added to the Region V roster in 1981: Bestgate in the Annapolis suburbs. We also have a summary from Cylburn Arboretum in Baltimore City, a station that had not reported since 1977.
The total regional effort of 82,282 net-hours was surpassed only in 1980. Although the total net-hours of operation decreased only 10.8% from 1980, the number of birds banded dropped 15.8%. The greatest decrease in birds per 100 net-hours (-56%) occurred at Gulf Breeze, Florida. Inspection of the last two lines of Table I shows that only modest changes occurred at other stations. Complying the 14 stations that reported in both 1980 and 1981, the birds per 100 net-hours decreased from 40.31 to 38.20.
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- Atlantic Flyway review: Region V
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- North American Bird Bander
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- Western, Inland, and Eastern Bird Banding Associations
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- Patuxent Wildlife Research Center
- 6 p.
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- United States