Several pilot stations. Trend graphs updated annually for all stations with at least 5 years of data. Available on BSC web site. Recommended methods for monitoring bird populations by counting and capture of migrants. Using migration counts to monitor landbird populations: review and evaluation of current status. Pp in D.
Power ed. Plenum Press, NY. Applications for the data : Trend information feeds into integrated population approach and is also used for planning and environmental assessment purposes. Hosted on NatureCounts. Explore Bar charts Annual graphs. Geographic area covered : Located near Slave Lake, Alberta Results : Most stations produce some form of annual report for members. Funding sources : Varied. Users of the information : BSC, research biologists.
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