Product Type: Journal Article
Author(s): Felix, Jr., R.K., R.H. Diehl, and J.M. Ruth
Felix, Jr., R.K., R.H. Diehl, and J.M. Ruth. 2008. Seasonal passerine migratory movements over the arid Southwest. Studies in Avian Biology No. 37: 126-137.
This publication is distributed by the USGS Fort Collins Science Center through cooperation with the Cooper Ornithological Society .
Biannually, millions of Neotropical and Nearctic migratory birds traverse the arid southwestern US-Mexico borderlands, yet our knowledge of avian migration patterns and behaviors in this region is extremely limited. To describe the spatial and temporal patterns of migration, we examined echoes from weather surveillance radar sites across the American Southwest from southern Texas to southwestern Arizona during spring 2005 and 2006 and fall 2005…
Applying radar technology to migratory bird conservationand management: Strengthening and expanding a collaborative effort. Workshop participant notebook for USGS-USFWS workshop held 24-25 October 2006