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The Birds of British Columbia Vol.4 - Passerines: Wood-Warblers through Old World Sparrows - Appendices only Campbell, Wayne
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Abstract: In the following table, dates are given for regular spring and/or autumn migrants in 7 coastal and 11 interior locations throughout the province. The data for compiling the migration dates were obtained from the literature as well as from field notebooks of birders. Periods of records vary with area as follows: Victoria (1969-97), Tofino (1968-97), Vancouver (1968-97), Harrison (1974-92), Sunshine Coast (1971-97), Bella Coola (1991-97), Masset (1980-95), Okanagan (1897-1997), Nakusp (1975-97), Radium (1979-86), Kamloops (1978-97), Williams Lake (1958-97), Quesnel (1980-95), Prince George (1981-97), Mackenzie (1991-97), Fort St. John (1980-97), Fort Nelson (1975-95), and Atlin (1991-97). Dates for peak movements (Fig. 1) are generally given as ranges. A single date indicates a calculated average for all records. Localities and dates were deleted if information was incomplete. Each species generally falls into 1 of 3 categories: summer visitant, winter visitant, or passage migrant. Earliest arrival, peak movement, and latest departure dates are given for each “season.”
 
Campbell, Wayne, Neil K. Dawe, Neil K.; McTaggart-Cowan, Ian; Cooper, John M.; Kaiser, Gary W.; Stewart, Andrew; McNall, Michael C.E.. 2001. The Birds of British Columbia Vol.4 - Passerines: Wood-Warblers through Old World Sparrows - Appendices only. Ministry of Environment. Vol. 4
 
Topic: Conservation + Mgmt (Wildlife, Fish, Plant)
Keywords: migration, migration dates, birds
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