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Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Nevada

Distribution Atlas
By: Ted Floyd
581 pages, distribution maps, drawings
Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Nevada
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  • Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Nevada ISBN: 9780874176957 Hardback Jun 2007 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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Nevada's diverse landscape, which ranges from lofty alpine peaks to marshy wetlands, saline playas, sagebrush-covered steppes, and lush agricultural valleys, is home to a surprising number and variety of bird species.

"The Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Nevada" documents the results of a statewide survey of breeding birds undertaken between 1997 and 2000. The book presents 275 species of birds that breed in the state, with a description of each bird; an analysis of its breeding distribution in Nevada; a discussion of its conservation status; a line drawing by artist Ray Nelson; a map illustrating its distribution throughout the state; and summary statistics on its breeding status, habitat distribution and abundance.

The atlas, a project of the Great Basin Bird Observatory, has as its major objective the quantification of the diversity and grandeur of Nevada's bird life. It also addresses questions about the management and conservation of bird populations in the state, range limits, the impact of bird population changes, and the future prospects of various species, given current and projected patterns of land use.

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Ted Floyd is the editor of Birding magazine and served as the Great Basin Bird Observatory's atlas project coordinator throughout the field survey period. He has published widely on birds and ecological topics.
Distribution Atlas
By: Ted Floyd
581 pages, distribution maps, drawings
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