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The Atlas of Breeding Birds of Alberta A Second Look

Distribution Atlas
Edited By: The Federation of Alberta Naturalists
626 pages, 300 Col photos
The Atlas of Breeding Birds of Alberta
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  • The Atlas of Breeding Birds of Alberta ISBN: 9780969613497 Edition: 2 Hardback Sep 2007 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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After five years of extensive field research by over 1200 volunteers, The Atlas of Breeding Birds of Alberta: A Second Look will emerge in beautiful, large, hard cover format.

This comprehensive atlas presents the current distribution, status and preferred habitat of every nesting bird species in Alberta. You will find striking color photographs, authoritative species accounts, and detailed maps of breeding evidence.

Each species account will contain:
* current distribution and range including comparison with first Atlas and historical range information
* change in abundance
* color province-wide maps with breeding evidence
* natural region preferences during breeding period
* current and historical status and protective legislation

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Distribution Atlas
Edited By: The Federation of Alberta Naturalists
626 pages, 300 Col photos
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