Biogeographical profiles of shorebird migration in midcontinental North America
The biogeographic information described here will help identify the uniqueness of different regions of the plains to migrating shorebirds. Although shorebirds migrating along Atlantic and Pacific coastal areas are capable of long jumps between refueling stops, there is evidence that some species move short rather than long distances between refueling sites. Maps of distribution patterns and chronology accounts can lend insight towards understanding migration strategies of the different shorebird species.
This report focuses on the distribution patterns of enroute migrants that refuel in interior wetlands during migration. We provide information on the spatial and temporal occurrence and habitat requirements for individual species and groups of species with the intent that this information be used in guiding management efforts.
Additional publication details
|Publication Subtype||Federal Government Series|
|Title||Biogeographical profiles of shorebird migration in midcontinental North America|
|Series title||Biological Science Report|
|Publisher||U.S. Dept. of the Interior|
|Publisher location||Fort Collins, CO|
|Contributing office(s)||Fort Collins Science Center|
|Description||v, 46 p.|
|Country||Canada, United States|
|State||Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Montana, Wyoming, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana|
|Online Only (Y/N)||N|
|Additional Online Files (Y/N)||N|
|Google Analytic Metrics||Metrics page|