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Atlantic Bird Observatory

Atlantic Bird Observatory

In connection with the migration monitoring network the Atlantic Bird Observatory has been studying migrating birds since 1995. We operate two banding stations on Seal Island and Bon Portage Islands Nova Scotia, Canada.
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Beaverhill Bird Observatory

Beaverhill Bird Observatory

Beaverhill Lake is found in an geomorphic area of "knob and kettle" topography approximately 60 km east of Edmonton, Alberta. The lake is 18 km long and about 10 km wide. The maximum depth is around 3 m but most is only a foot or so deep. The lake was designated as a National Nature View Point by the Canadian Nature Federation in 1982.

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The Canadian Migration Monitoring Network

The Canadian Migration Monitoring Network

The most widespread monitoring program in North America is the Breeding Bird Survey which counts birds every summer on their breeding grounds. This count is particularly valuable because most birds are fairly faithful to their breeding grounds, reducing the variation in the counts. Also, changes in bird populations can be compared directly with changes in the breeding habitat.
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Wellington Bird Observatory

Wellington Bird Observatory

Running List of Species Documented since
January, 2002
106 species in total
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Project nestwatch

Project nestwatch

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