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Modeling Avian Abundance: Results - Marsh Wren

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Canada

Forcey, G. M., G. M. Linz, W. E. Thogmartin, and W. J. Bleier. 2007. Influence of land use and climate on wetland breeding birds in the Prairie Pothole region of Canada. Canadian Journal of Zoology 85:421-436.

United States

Forcey, G. M.  2006.  Landscape-level influences on wetland birds in the Prairie Pothole Region of the United States and Canada. Ph.D. dissertation.  Department of Biological Sciences, North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota, USA.

Modeling Avian Abundance: Results
  Avian Species-of-Concern in the Prairie Pothole (Bird Conservation Region 11)

Marsh Wren
Cistothorus palustris

Marsh Wren
 

Marsh Wren Predicted Relative Abundance Map (Canada)
This map indicates predicted relative species abundance. The predicted count of any cell in the map represents the expected count if a Breeding Bird Survey route were centered on that cell.

Marsh Wren Predicted Relative Abundance Map (Canada)

Marsh Wren Predicted Relative Abundance Map (United States)
This map indicates predicted relative species abundance. The predicted count of any cell in the map represents the expected count if a Breeding Bird Survey route were centered on that cell.

Marsh Wren Predicted Relative Abundance Map (United States)

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