Reports and References

for Cyanocitta stelleri carlottae (Steller's Jay, carlottae subspecies)

Reports from BC Conservation Data Centre

BC Species Summary


BC Conservation Status Report

Reports from Other Databases

E-Fauna BC: Electronic Atlas of the Wildlife of British Columbia


Global Comprehensive Report (NatureServe Explorer)

Other Related References

Audubon CBC (Christmas Bird Count). 2015. Christmas Bird Counts: historical results by species. Available: [Accessed 7 March 2017] 


Campbell, R.W., N.K. Dawe, I. McTaggart-Cowan, J.M. Cooper, G.W. Kaiser, M.C.E. McNall and G.E.J. Smith 1997. The Birds of British Columbia, Vol. 3, Passerines: Flycatchers through Vireos. UBC Press in cooperation with Environ. Can., Can. Wildl. Serv. and B.C. Minist. Environ., Lands and Parks, Wildl. Branch. 700pp.


Doyle, F. 2012c. Electronic database of Skeena, Stikine, Kalum Goshawk Nest Locations 2012. Submitted in November 2012 to the CDC, BC Ministry of Environment, Victoria, BC.


eBird. ND. eBird: an online database of bird distribution and abundance [web application]. eBird, Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Ithaca, N.Y. Available:


Hearne, M. 2006. Small birds cling to bare branches: nesting songbirds of Haida Gwaii. Self-published, Masset, B.C. 


Morris, M. 2010. Checklist of the birds of Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands). Laskeek Bay Conservation Society, Queen Charlotte, B.C.


National Audubon Society. 2015. The Christmas Bird Count Historical Results [Online]. Available: [Accessed 7 March 2017] 


Thomas, I., and C. Jardine. 2015. Steller’s Jay in: Davidson, P.J.A., R.J. Cannings, A.R. Couturier, D. Lepage, and C.M. Di Corrado (eds.). The atlas of the breeding birds of British Columbia, 2008-2012. Bird Studies Canada, Delta, B.C. Available: [Accessed 2 March 2017]


Walker, L.E., P. Pyle, M.A. Patten, E. Greene, W. Davison and V.R. Muehter. 2016. Steller’s Jay (Cyanocitta stelleri).  The birds of North America (P.G. Rodewald, Ed.). Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Ithaca, N.Y. Available: [Accessed 5 March 2017]


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