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The status and distribution of New Jersey"s birds

Charles F. Leck

The status and distribution of New Jersey"s birds

by Charles F. Leck

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Published by Rutgers University Press in New Brunswick, N.J .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Jersey.
    • Subjects:
    • Birds -- New Jersey

    • Edition Notes

      StatementCharles F. Leck.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL684.N5 L43 1984
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 214 p. :
      Number of Pages214
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3175270M
      ISBN 100813510333
      LC Control Number83017655
      OCLC/WorldCa9852681

      The Birds of New Jersey is the most up-to-date and succinct guide for the birds of New Jersey and includes all species known to the state from historical times to the present. Featuring over color photos of rarities and regular species, this book authoritatively provides individual entries that include a summary of status and seasonal Brand: William J Boyle; Kevin Karlson.   Tom Halliwell posed that very question in , when he authored an article that appeared in Records of New Jersey Birds entitled, “What’s Next in New Jersey – Birds Recorded Within Miles of New Jersey But Not Yet in the State.” Of the 23 species added to the state list since , 14 were mentioned in that article.

      Book Series; New Publications; Upcoming Publications; Add Note; Print; Save; Cite; Your opinion; Email; Share; Show Summary Details. Boyle, William J. The Birds of New Jersey Status and Distribution. Ed. by Karlson, Kevin. PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS ,95 € / $ / £* Add to Cart. eBook (PDF) Course Book Publication Date: April. The-Story-of-New-Jerseys-Civil-BoundariesSnyder Identifier-ark ark://t Ocr ABBYY FineReader (Extended OCR) Ppi Rights Produced and digitized by the State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection, Bureau of Geology and Topography, Trenton, New Jersey.

      intended to ensure that Conservation Status of Jersey’s Birds listings reflect each species’ global and European status as well as that within Jersey. Conservation Status of Jersey’s Birds Jersey’s bird populations in the 21st Century The cirl bunting was until recently a well known songbird in Jersey. However, the populationFile Size: 1MB. Shelves: butterflies, new-jersey, insects Somewhat dated (), but still an essential resource for butterfly watchers in New Jersey. Has information on the local distribution and habitat of every species recorded in the state/5.


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The Birds of New Jersey: Status and Distribution by William J. Boyle is a real winner in my book. It doesn't try to be a one stop bird book, rather it finds a small niche and really nails it." It doesn't try to be a one stop bird book, rather it finds a small niche and really nails it."Brand: Princeton University Press.

"The Birds of New Jersey: Status and Distribution" by William J. Boyle is a real winner in my book. It doesn't try to be a one stop bird book, rather it finds a small niche and really nails it." - Nemesis Bird. The purpose of this book is to provide an authoritative and up-to-date account of the status and distribution of New Jersey’s birds at the end of the first decade of the twenty-first century.

It can be considered an annotated list of all of the birds known or believed to have occurred in the state in modern times, including those that are now extinct. The Birds of New Jersey: Status and Distribution by William J.

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The Birds of New Jersey: Status and Distribution (pp. 1–14). https://doi. The Birds of New Jersey: Status and Distribution lacks the statistical density of the volume, but, at pages and in paperback, it is portable. With its photographs and colored maps, it is a pleasure to look at and use.

Citation Information. The Birds of New Jersey. Status and Distribution. Edited by Karlson, Kevin T. Princeton University Press.

Pages: vii–viii. Each species account features a paragraph outlining the seasonal status and distribution of the bird within New Jersey. For birds reported fewer than five times in the state, the account lists the locations and dates of occurrence.

A large color-coded seasonal distribution map (showing county boundaries) is included for each bird. Rare birds on the New Jersey Bird Records Committee review. The status and distribution of New Jersey's birds. [Charles F Leck] Add tags for "The status and distribution of New Jersey's birds".

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Featuring over color photos of rarities and regular species, this book authoritatively provides individual entries that include a summary of status and seasonal.

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Acknowledgments ix Introduction 1 Physical Geography and Natural Regions of New Jersey 1 History 4 The New Jersey Bird Records Committee (NJBRC) 5 Criteria for Acceptance of Records of Review Species and New Species 6 Nomenclature 8 Species Accounts 8 Maps 9 Status and Abundance Terminology 10 Abbreviations 11 Glossary of Place Names 12 Pelagic.

Get this from a library. The birds of New Jersey: status and distribution. [William J Boyle] -- New Jersey provides some of the most varied and exciting birding in North America, and more than species have been recorded in the state.

Yet there has been no comprehensive and readily available. Princeton: Princeton University Press, Octavo, paperback, colour photographs, maps. New Jersey provides us with some of the most varied and exciting birding in North America, as more than species have been recorded in the state.

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The book describes the status of all of the species found in New Jersey including scarce migrants like the the Iceland Gull, rare species like the Bridled Tern. The Birds of New Jersey (paperback).

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Author: Leck, Charles: Summary: The Status and Distribution of New Jersey's Birds. By Charles F. Leck. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, []. 8vo cloth. pp.