Description: The British Columbia Breeding Bird Atlas partnership has published online one of the largest volunteer-based initiatives in British Columbia’s history, and a major new resource for conservation. Leading British Columbian bird experts describe the distribution, abundance, habitat and conservation of about 320 species of birds that bred and potentially bred in the province between 2008 and 2012. Included in this link are detailed maps showing where each species occurs and how common it is, graphs to help show patterns of distribution and abundance, and a series of tools to explore and download information.
Key Words: Birds, British Columbia, conservation, habitat, abundance, distribution
|Lead Organization||Bird Studies Canada|
|Regional Focus||British Columbia (Pan-provincial)|