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Population Estimates and Seasonal Distribution of Birds around Boundary Bay, British Columbia - Progress Made to April 30th, 1990 Ministry of Environment
1990
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Abstract: Boundary Bay, at the southern edge of the Fraser River delta, is the most important bay to migratory birds on the Pacific Coast of Canada (Butler and Campbell 1987). About one million birds use the bay each year. Many of these birds are ducks and shorebirds that arrive in autumn from northern breeding grounds and remain through the winter (Vermeer and Levings 1977, Butler and Cannings 1989). In addition, the high density of raptors in the farmlands adjacent to Boundary Bay is unrivalled on the British Columbia coast. Moreover, the Lower Fraser Valley, especially around Boundary Bay, holds the last remnant population of Common Barn-Owls in Canada.
 
Ministry of Environment, Environment Canada. 1990. Population Estimates and Seasonal Distribution of Birds around Boundary Bay, British Columbia - Progress Made to April 30th, 1990. Ministry of Environment
 
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Keywords: boundary bay, ecosystem, progress, population estimate
ISSN:  Scientific Name: Buteo jamaicensis, Bubo virginianus, Buteo lagopus, Asio flammeus, Anas platyrhynchos, Anas acuta, Ardea herodias, Haliaeetus leucocephalus, Anas crecca, Falco peregrinus, Tyto alba, Falco rusticolus, Falco columbarius, Circus cyaneus, Pluvialis squatarola, Calidris alpina
ISBN:  English Name: Great Horned Owl, Merlin, Dunlin, Black-bellied Plover, Gyrfalcon, Short-eared Owl, Northern Pintail, Great Blue Heron, Green-winged Teal, Rough-legged Hawk, Northern Harrier, Mallard, Red-tailed Hawk, Peregrine Falcon, Barn Owl, Bald Eagle
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