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Birds of the major mainland rivers of southeast Alaska

James A. Johnson

Birds of the major mainland rivers of southeast Alaska

by James A. Johnson

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Published by United States Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in Portland, OR .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water birds -- Alaska, Southeast

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJames A. Johnson, Brad A. Andres, and John A. Bissonette.
    SeriesGeneral technical report / Pacific Northwest Research Station -- PNW-GTR-739
    ContributionsAndres, Brad A. 1960-, Bissonette, John A.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL684.A4 J64 2008
    The Physical Object
    Pagination88 p. :
    Number of Pages88
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23007068M
    LC Control Number2008412533

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Birds of the major mainland rivers of southeast Alaska by James A. Johnson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Birds of the major mainland rivers of southeast Alaska. [James A Johnson; Brad A Andres; John A Bissonette; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)] -- This publication describes the bird communities of major mainland rivers of southeast Alaska and is based on a review of all known relevant studies as well as recent fieldwork.

Recommended Citation. Johnson, J.A., B.A. Andres, and J.A. Bissonette. Birds of the major mainland rivers of southeast Alaska. Gen. Tech. : James A. Johnson, Brad A. Andres, John A. Bissonette. a thorough inventory of bird species recorded at the major mainland rivers and a comprehensive description of the use of southeast Alaska’s major mainland rivers by birds.

Herein, we describe the distribution, regional abundance, breeding status, and habitat relationships of birds in these riparian corridors.

Because of the scarcityAuthor: James A. Johnson, Brad A. Andres, John A. Bissonette. The New Southeast Alaska Birding Trail Takes Flight With more than bird species observed throughout Southeast Alaska, it is an ideal backdrop for the new Southeast Alaska Birding Trail.

This virtual trail is an online resource to help bird enthusiasts find the best locations in the region to see an amazing array of birds.

The Nature of Southeast Alaska: A Guide to Plants, Animals, and Habitats (Alaska Geographic) Richard Carstensen. out of 5 stars Kindle Edition. $ Birds of the Pacific Northwest (A Timber Press Field Guide) John Shewey. out of 5 stars Kindle Edition.

$/5(27). This is a List of rivers in Alaska, which are at least fifth-order according to the Strahler method of stream classification, and an incomplete list of otherwise-notable rivers and streams. Alaska has more t rivers, and thousands more streams and creeks.

According to United States Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System, Alaska has about 9, officially. Southeast Alaska is composed of seven entire boroughs and two census areas, in addition to the portion of the Yakutat Borough lying east of ° West longitude.

Although it has only percent of Alaska's land area, it is larger than the state of Maine, and almost as large as the state of Southeast Alaskan coast is roughly as long as the west coast of Canada. GUIDE TO THE BIRDS OF ALASKA has been a must-have for Alaska birders for more than thirty years.

In the sixth edition, Robert Armstrong provides hundreds of new photographs. Every bird is now illustrated including the casuals and accidentals.

This comprehensive guide provides the most current knowledge about the birds in : West Margin Press. Alaska Department of Fish and Game P.O. Box W. 8th Street Juneau, AK Office Locations. Southeast Alaska Wildlife Viewing. From the bears of Hyder to the bald eagles of Haines, from the whales of Frederick Sound to the birds of the Stikine River, Southeast Alaska delivers extraordinary wildlife viewing opportunities.

In this section, you’ll find links to more than 75 wildlife viewing sites in and around the communities of. ALASKA'S RIVERS: SOUTHEAST ALASKA: CHILKAT RIVER. // Alaska River Guide ();, p This article presents information on the Chiklat River in Southeast Alaska.

The river offers a delightful, swift float through the Chilkat Valley, with tributary rivers coming off glaciers and mountain lakes in British Columbia.

This book offers a brief survey of over rivers, with an effort to cover systems in each of the major regions of Alaska. Most of the river descriptions are 2 to 3 pages; the information usually contains a map showing the most common put-in and take-out spots, then a brief description of the overall character of the stream with some of its /5(16).

Estimated population size for Alaska is therefore betw andindividuals. Breeding range includes most of mainland Alaska from the Seward Peninsula and the Alaska Peninsula east to Canada, and from the Brooks Range south to southeast Alaska (Reed et al.

; ACCS a). Overwintering. Southeast Alaska was not always the rainforest that it is today. Evidence of erosion and deposition by glaciers can be seen almost everywhere. The smooth, polished coastline of Lynn Cannel (below at left) is a result of glacial erosion, as are the striations (scratches) on this boulder near El Capitan Cave on Prince of Wales Island (below at.

National Wild and Scenic Rivers - Alaska. Alaska has approximatelymiles of river, of which 3, miles are designated as wild & scenic—less than 1% of the state's river miles. Known more commonly as the Inside Passage to cruise ship passengers, the southeast region is home to Alaska’s capital, Juneau.

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only about the 4th summer record for Southeast Alaska. Prior summer reports, also from mainland rivers, include a male at the Stikine River 10 July (= 1st Alaska record; Kessel and Gibson ), and single females at the Taku River 20 June and the Chilkat River 22–25 June (Johnson et al.

Mainland is defined as "relating to or forming the main part of a country or continent, not including the islands around it [regardless of status under territorial jurisdiction by an entity]." The term is often politically, economically and/or demographically more significant than politically associated remote territories, such as exclaves or oceanic islands situated outside the continental shelf.

Overview of Southeast Alaska Southeast Alaska is a narrow strip of coastline and offshore islands next to the province of British Columbia, sometimes referred to as the Alaska local residents it is known simply as "Southeast." The region south of Glacier Bay consists of thousands of islands of various sizes which are collectively known as the Alexander Archipelago.

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Icy Strait’s nutrient-rich waters are abundant with marine mammals, sea .