Key marine habitat sites for migratory birds in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories by M. L. Mallory

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Subjects:

  • Sea birds -- Habitat -- Northwest Territories,
  • Sea birds -- Habitat -- Nunavut,
  • Birds -- Migration -- Northwest Territories,
  • Birds -- Migration -- Nunavut,
  • Birds -- Conservation -- Northwest Territories,
  • Birds -- Conservation -- Nunavut,
  • Marine parks and reserves -- Northwest Territories,
  • Marine parks and reserves -- Nunavut

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Book details

StatementMark L. Mallory, Alain J. Fontaine.
SeriesOccasional paper -- no. 109, Occasional paper (Canadian Wildlife Service) -- no. 109.
ContributionsFontaine, A. J., Mallory, M. L. 1965-, Canadian Wildlife Service.
The Physical Object
Pagination92 p. :
Number of Pages92
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13571033M
ISBN 100662340469
OCLC/WorldCa52241291

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Key marine habitat sites for migratory birds in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories Article (PDF Available) in Occasional Paper of the Canadian Wildlife Service () March with Reads. identifying key marine habitat sites for migratory birds in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories.

This report serves as a statement of CWS interest in marine areas where special wildlife conservation measures may be required, and it is offered as a guide to the conservation efforts of other agencies with. Key marine habitat sites for migratory birds in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories.

Ottawa: Canadian Wildlife Service, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: M L Mallory; Alain J Fontaine; Canadian Wildlife Service. Key marine habitat sites for migratory birds in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories / [by] Mark L.

Mallory and Alain J. Fontaine. Series title: Occasional paper - Canadian Wildlife ServiceNo. Publication type: Series - View Master Record: Language [English] Other language editions: Format: Electronic: Electronic document.

This report identifies 83 key terrestrial habitat sites for migratory birds in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. These sites support at least 1% of the Canadian population of at least one. Key migratory bird terrestrial habitat sites in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut Occasional Paper Number Canadian Wildlife Service Environment Canada February Également disponible en français sous le titre Habitats terrestres clés pour les oiseaux migrateurs dans les Territoires du Nord-Ouest et au Nunavut.

Première. It is critical habitat for billions of birds; more than species regularly breed there. After the breeding season, many boreal birds migrate to seasonal habitats across the United States, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America.

This volume brings together new research on boreal bird biology and conservation. Key marine habitat sites for migratory birds in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories. Can. Wildl Serv. Occas. Pap. Google Scholar. Key marine habitat sites for migratory birds in Nunavut and the Northwest Ter ri to rie s (Occasional paper, ISSN ; no.

) Issued also in French under tite: Habitats marins clés pour les oiseaux migrateurs au Nunavut et dans les Territoires du Nord-Ouest. Includes bibiographical ref er ences. ISBN Cat. CW/E 1. This report identifi es 83 key terrestrial habitat sites for migratory birds in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.

These sites support at least 1% of the Canadian population of at least one migratory bird species (or, in some cases, subspecies). Sites also include marine and freshwater habitats.

Key marine habitat sites for migratory birds in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories. Ottawa: Canadian Wildlife Service, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors.

M. Mallory, A. Fontaine, “Key marine habitat sites for migratory birds in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories” (Canadian Wildlife Service Occasional Paper. The migratory bird sanctuary is part of the Seymour Island Important Bird Area (No.

NU). The island is also an International Biological Programme Site (No. ), and a Key Marine Habitat Site in Nunavut. The Migratory Bird Sanctuary is also a Wetland of International Importance, and is designated as a significant site under the International Biological Programme (IBP).

The Great Plain of Koukdjuak has also been identified as a Key Habitat Site for migratory birds in the Northwest Territories.

Sincethe Canadian Wildlife Service has banded. Most provinces and territories have additional licence requirements for hunting migratory Key marine habitat sites for migratory birds in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories book and/or to carry firearms.

To know what you require, and if there are further restrictions for hunting migratory birds, please verify the applicable regulations for the province/territory where you will be hunting. An earlier summary of key marine sites for migratory birds in Arctic Canada (principally Nunavut and the Northwest Territories) was widely used in the past decade for spatial planning work (Mallory and Fontaine ).

Here, we update the Mallory and Fontaine () report on key marine. Mallory, M. and Fontaine, A. J.:Key Marine Habitat Sites for Migratory Birds in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories, Canadian Wildlife Service Occasional Paper NumberOttawa. Service Occasional PaperKey marine habitat sites for migratory birds in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories; Mallory and Fontaine, ).

Table 2: Appropriate radii from breeding islands/sites for seabirds/waterbirds (Conserving our seabirds: how to identify. () Key marine habitat sites for migratory birds in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories. Canadian Wildlife Service Occasional Paper No.

Canadian Wildlife Service Occasional Paper No. (Canadian Wildlife Service, Ottawa). Canadian Wildlife Service Occasional PaperKey marine habitat sites for migratory birds in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories; Mallory and Fontaine, ). Table 2: Appropriate radii from breeding islands/sites for seabirds/waterbirds (Conserving our seabirds: how to identify Important Bird Areas in the marine environment [marine IBAs.

The Northwest Territories/Nunavut (NWT/NU) Bird Checklist Survey was initiated in by the Canadian Wildlife Service in response to needs identified in the Canadian Landbird Monitoring Strategy for better monitoring of arctic breeding birds and birds with primarily northern ranges. Inthe NWT/NU Bird Checklist Survey was integrated into eBird Canada.

eBird is an on-line, real time. Mallory ML, Fontaine AJ () Key marine habitat sites for migratory birds in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories. Can Wildl Serv Occas Pap No Mallory ML, Forbes MR () Does sea-ice constrain the breeding schedules of high Arctic northern fulmars.

Condor – Cape Parry is a headland in Canada's Northwest d at the northern tip of the Parry Peninsula, it projects into Amundsen nearest settlement is Paulatuk, km (62 mi) to the south, and Fiji Island is located 9 km ( mi) to the west.

Cape Parry was formerly accessible through Cape Parry Airport that was located at the Distant Early Warning Line. Akpatok Island has also been identified as a Key Habitat Site for migratory birds in the Northwest Territories and a priority site for conservation area status.

The Canadian Wildlife Service is awaiting the conclusion of the Makivik land claim negotiations for this area before beginning consultations with the Inuit of Northern Quebec to. Key Marine Habitat Sites for Migratory Birds in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories.

Sea Duck Joint Venture Implementation Plan Distribution and Migration of North American Ducks, Geese and Swans. The Kendall Island Migratory Bird Sanctuary (KIBS) is a migratory bird sanctuary in the Northwest Territories, Canada. It is located on Kendall Island and its surrounding area in Mackenzie Bay.

KIBS is frequented from May through October by more than 90 bird species, including many migrating waterfowl.

Environment Canada has identified several key marine habitat sites for migratory birds along the coast of Baffin Island (Mallory, M.L., and A.J.

Fontaine. Key Marine Habitat Sites for Migratory Birds in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories. Canadian. found: Mallory, M.L. Key marine habitat sites for migratory birds in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories, c found: A blueprint for the future of migratory birds, found: Wikipedia, Oct.

21, (under Bird migration: migratory birds; Migration is marked by its annual seasonality. Key marine habitat sites for migratory birds in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories.

Canadian Wildlife Service Occasional Paper 95 p. Mallory, M.L., and Forbes. M.R. Does sea ice constrain the breeding schedule of High Arctic northern fulmars'. Condor Mallory, and Gilchrist, H.G. Northern Canada, colloquially the North, is the vast northernmost region of Canada variously defined by geography and politics.

Politically, the term refers to three territories of Canada: Yukon, Northwest Territories, and rly, the Far North (when contrasted to the North) may refer to the Canadian Arctic: the portion of Canada that lies north of the Arctic Circle, east of Alaska.

A close relative of the Semipalmated Sandpiper. Western Sandpipers nest mostly in Alaska and migrate mostly along the Pacific Coast, but many reach the Atlantic Coast in fall and remain through the winter.

Of the various dull gray sandpipers to be found commonly. Key migratory bird terrestrial habitat sites in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. 3rd ed. Occasional Paper Number Canadian Wildlife Service.

Nunavut, vast territory of northern Canada that stretches across most of the Canadian Arctic. Created in out of the eastern portion of the Northwest Territories, Nunavut encompasses the traditional lands of the Inuit, the indigenous peoples of Arctic Canada.

Its capital is Iqaluit. It encompasses an area spanning more than million square kilometres, including the marine areas of the Arctic Archipelago and the mile territorial sea adjacent to Nunavut.

In addition, approximately 43 percent of Canada’s ocean coastline is found within the NSA -out of. Free Online Library: Shorebird and passerine abundance and habitat use at a High Arctic breeding site: Creswell Bay, Nunavut. by "Arctic"; Earth sciences Regional focus/area studies Passeriformes Natural history Observations Perching birds Shore birds Shorebirds.

Nunavut - Nunavut - Settlement patterns: Nunavut is among the most sparsely populated habitable regions on Earth. Settlements are very small and are clustered largely in the coastal areas. Iqaluit, the administrative, commercial, and cultural centre of the territory, is the largest town.

Among the other towns are Rankin Inlet (Kangiqting) on the northwest coast of Hudson Bay, Pangnirtung. Prince Charles and Air Force Islands are recognized as a key habitat site for migratory birds in general, and previous surveys have suggested that shorebirds are particularly abundant (MorrisonLatour et al.Johnston and Pepper ).

Here, we present the results of surveys of Prince Charles and Air Force Islands in –, and. Key Habitat Site ( words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article (March ).

"Key migratory bird terrestrial habitat sites in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut" (PDF). Retrieved [permanent.

Adaptable, colorful, and cheery-voiced, House Finches are common from coast to coast today, familiar visitors to backyard feeders. Native to the Southwest, they are recent arrivals in the East. New York pet shop owners, who had been selling the finches illegally, released their birds in to escape prosecution; the finches survived, and began to colonize the New York suburbs.

The Belcher Islands are located in southeast Hudson Bay, Nunavut. This region is a key wintering area for the Hudson Bay Common Eider duck (Abraham and Finney ).

Here, permanent areas of open water and shifting pack ice typically occur throughout the winter providing critical habitat for marine birds.

Authors SARAH E. GUTOWSKY 1*, J. MARK HIPFNER 2, MARK MAFTEI 3, SEAN BOYD 2, MARIE AUGER-MÉTHÉ 4, DAVID J. YURKOWSKI 5 & MARK L. MALLORY 1.

1 Department of Biology, Acadia University, 33 Westwood Avenue, Wolfville, Nova Scotia B4P 2R6, Canada *([email protected]) 2 Environment and Climate Change Canada, Wildlife Research .Named for the Swedish opera singer. Jenny Lind Island is a Canadian Important Bird Area, and a Key Migratory Terrestrial Bird Site.

Notable bird species include Canada goose, lesser snow goose, and Ross’s goose. Muskoxen are found in the south east section of the island.1 Meeting Notes Sea Duck Joint Venture November Maumee Bay State Park, Ohio pp.

Continental Technical Team Meeting pp. Joint Management Board & Continental Technical Team Meeting Present: Tim Bowman, Chris Dwyer, Richard Cotter, Eric Taylor, Dan McAuley, Emily Silverman, Christine Lepage, Don Kraege, Scott Gilliland, Nic McLellan, Jay Osenkowski, Tony.

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