breeding range

breeding range

the geographical area within which a species breeds.
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It is well known that from 19thcentury the cattle egret has extended its breeding range from Africa to Europe, Asia, America and Australasia (Maddock and Geering, 1993; Parejo et al.
All were in recently burned forest, illustrating the importance of this habitat to Northern Hawk Owls in this area near the southern perimeter of their breeding range, and consistent with findings from east-central Alberta, Canada (Hannah and Hoyt 2004).
The ruddy shelduck's breeding range stretches from south-eastern Europe to western China, with some established populations in Africa.
Numbers and breeding range slowly recovered over the following decades to a high of 57 pairs in 2010.
Brewer's (Spizella breweri) and sagebrush (Artemisiospiza nevadensis) sparrows are obligate to landscapes dominated by sagebrush (Artemisia species) on their breeding range (Martin and Carlson, 1998; Rotenberry et al.
Destruction of their ancient woodland habitat has seen the number of dormice half in their breeding range over the last 100 years.
Including the work of breeding range and forest protection, fire protection, harvesting and skidding, forest nurseries and seed, maintenance of tourist facilities, education and roads to carry on forest District Bytow in 2017
But through the 1980s, their breeding range extended west into Finland, and then a friend found one in Dorset, and thousands of birdwatchers went to see this semi-mythical bird.
Birds that eat seeds, live in grasslands and shrubby areas, and overwinter in warmer locations within their breeding range had declining trends, while birds that eat fruit, have long life spans, are willing to live close to humans, prefer forested habitats, and migrate short distances or not at all had increasing trends.
Spatial and temporal variation in these factors among habitats can create local adaptations, even if dispersal and gene flow connect species across their breeding range (Kawecki and Ebert, 2004).
Although birds are sometimes reported during the summer months, all but the northernmost tier of Indiana counties fall outside of chestnut-sided warbler breeding range (Mumford & Keller 1984; Castrale et al.
Their breeding range is incompletely surveyed, and in the North American Waterfowl Breeding Survey, they are lumped with white-winged scoters because females are so hard to tell apart.