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Proceedings of the Northeast Raptor Management Symposium and Workshop

Northeast Raptor Management Symposium and Workshop (1988 Syracuse, N.Y.)

Proceedings of the Northeast Raptor Management Symposium and Workshop

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Published by Institute for Wildlife Research, National Wildlife Federation in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

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    • Birds of prey -- Congresses.,
    • Wildlife management -- Northeastern States -- Congresses.,
    • Birds of prey -- Northeastern States -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Proceedings of a symposium held May 16-18, 1988 in Syracuse, N.Y. and sponsored by the National Wildlife Federation.

      Statementproject editor, Beth Giron Pendleton ; technical editors, Maurice N. LeFranc, Jr., Mary Beth Moss ; assistant editors, Cynthia E. Ruibal, Mary A. Knighton, Diane L. Krahe.
      SeriesNational Wildlife Federation scientific and technical series ;, no. 13, National Wildlife Federation scientific & technical series ;, no. 13.
      ContributionsPendleton, Beth A. Giron, 1958-, National Wildlife Federation.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL696.F3 N675 1988
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 353 p. :
      Number of Pages353
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2193981M
      ISBN 10094505114X
      LC Control Number89012931

      The Breeding Bird Survey (BBS) and Bird Banding Laboratory (BBL) are sources of information for raptor biologists. The BBS has been conducted each year since in the United States and Canada; historical bird banding records extend back to the early 20th century. BBS data can be used to document population trends and breeding distributions of many bird species. Species Account: Breeding Northern Harriers generally inhabit marshlands, wet meadows, and other damp grassland habitats across the northern United States and Canada, but are also occasionally found in upland fields (Bildstein ).

      CCPS Center for Chemical Process Safety ; RAPID RAPID Manufacturing Institute ; DIPPR Design Institute for Physical Properties ; SBE. Species Account: A resident of mixed and tall grass habitats throughout the year, the Short-eared Owl is a nomadic species that tends to congregate in areas where vole populations are high.

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Get this from a library. Proceedings of the Northeast Raptor Management Symposium and Workshop. [Beth A Giron Pendleton; National Wildlife Federation.;]. : Proceedings of the Northeast Raptor Management Symposium and Workshop (National Wildlife Federation Scientific & Technical Series) (): Northeast Raptor Management Symposium and Workshop, Pendleton, Beth A.

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "27 February-1 MarchChicago, Illinois."--Cover. "The Midwest Raptor Management Symposium and Workshop, held 27 February-1 March in Chicago, Illinois, was the final symposium in a series of five regional raptor management symposia sponsored by the Federation's Institute for Wildlife Research.

Conference papers and proceedings Congresses: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Southwest Raptor Management Symposium and Workshop ( University of Arizona).

Proceedings of the Southwest Raptor Management Symposium and Workshop. Washington, D.C.: National Wildlife Federation, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference. Proceedings of the Western Raptor Management Symposium and Workshop by Idaho) Western Raptor Management Symposium and Workshop ( Boise,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Edition Notes Includes bibliographies. Spine title: Southwest Raptor Management Symposium and Workshop, Symposium held May, at the University of Arizona, Tucson, sponsored by the Institute for Wildlife Research of the National Wildlife Federation.

The Raptor Symposium built upon on the efforts of the Symposium and expanded the commitment to science-based natural resource management. The Symposium resulted in the five key areas of prioritization including, Standardized nest observation database; Standardized datasheet and data codes for use in the field.

In: Northeast raptor management symposium and workshop: Proceedings; May ; Syracuse, NY. National Wildlife Federation Scientific and Technical Series Washington, DC: National Wildlife Federation: Coordinating timber management activities with raptor nesting habitat requirements.

Pages – in B. Pendleton (ed.), Proceedings of the western raptor management symposium and workshop. National Wildlife Federation Scientific and Technical Series No. Lanier, John W.; Foss, Carol F. Habitat management for raptors on large forested tracts and shorelines. In: Proceedings of the northeast raptor management symposium and workshop; May ; [Location of conference unknown].

NWF Science and Technology Series No. Lehman, Robert N.; Allendorf, John W. The effects of fire, fire exclusion and fire management on raptor habitats in the western United States. In: Proceedings of the western raptor management symposium and workshop; October ; Boise, ID.

Scientific and Technical Series No. Short-eared Owl Habitat Model go to: USFWS Gulf of Maine Watershed Habitat Analysis go to: Species Table Feedback: We welcome your suggestions on improving this model!.

Draft Date: June Species: Short-eared Owl, Asio flammeus Use of Study Area Resources: Reproduction (potential) and wintering: Holt and Leasure () designated areas in the northern half of Maine as potential.

A workshop on raptor management and biology in Alaska and western Canada was held on Februin Anchorage, Alaska. It was attended by about 50 biologists. The following twofold prime objective was established: (1) To prevent any raptor species from becoming extirpated in any significant part of its present range; and (2) to establish or maintain population levels consistent with the.

Southwest raptor management issues and recommendations. Pages in Glinski et al., eds. Proc. Southwest raptor management symposium and workshop. National Wildlife Federation Science and Tech. Ser. An Osprey population aided by nest structures on Sanibel Island, Florida.

in D.M. Bird (ed.), Biology and management of Bald Eagles and Ospreys: Proceedings of 1st International Symposium on Bald Eagles and Ospreys, Montreal, October, Harpell Press, Ste Anne de Bellevue, Quebec.

Jemima Parry-Jones MBE (née Glasier; born 6 March ) is a British authority on birds of prey (raptors), a conservationist, author, raptor breeder, lecturer, consultant and is the Director of the International Centre for Birds of Prey.

She is the daughter of Phillip her father started the first specialist collection of birds of prey in the UK. Book: Larger Work Subtype: Other Government Series: Larger Work Title: Proceedings of the Northeast Raptor Management Symposium and Workshop: First page: Last page: Google Analytic Metrics: Metrics page: Additional metadata about this publication, not found in other parts of the page is in this table.

The snowy owl is a rare to uncommon, irregular winter visitor in the northeastern United States, decreasing southward in abundance except during incursion years, when it is more common and widely distributed.

Although snowy owls are recorded in northern New England every winter, major incursions occur at approximately three to four year intervals. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.Area-occupied survey technique for nesting woodland raptors; ; Book chapter; 15; Proceedings of the Midwest Raptor Management Symposium and Workshop; Iverson, G.

C.; Fuller, M. R. Year Published: Recent trends in counts of migrant hawks from northeastern North America. Using simple regression, pooled-sites route-regression, and.Four species of Falco occur in the northeastern United States.

The gyrfalcon is a rare winter visitor. The peregrine falcon federally listed as endangered, is a migrant and through reestablishment is breeding and wintering locally throughout the northeast. The merlin is a migrant and uncommon winter bird. The American kestrel breeds, winters, and migrates in the northeast.