Breeding Range

Some articles on breeding range, range, breeding:

American Woodcock - Breeding Range
... The primary breeding range extends from Atlantic Canada (Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and New Brunswick) west to southeastern Manitoba, and south to northern Virginia, western North Carolina, Kentucky ...
Blue-winged Teal - Distribution
... The range is all of North America except western and northern Alaska, northern Yukon Territory, northern Northwest Territory, northeastern Canada ... The breeding habitat of the Blue winged Teal is marshes and ponds ... The breeding range extends from east-central Alaska and southern Mackenzie District east to southern Quebec and southwestern Newfoundland ...
Curlew Sandpiper - Behaviour
... It is extremely difficult to measure breeding success or population trends in their breeding grounds because nests are scattered over a vast region and their positions influenced by localised ... shorebird species, the curlew sandpiper has the smallest breeding range in relation to its non-breeding range ... After breeding these birds migrate south to Africa, Australasia or India ...
Cape Gannet - Status and Distribution - Breeding and Non-breeding Range
... The breeding range of Cape Gannet is restricted to southern Africa in three islands off Namibia and three islands off South Africa ... Several birds have occasionally been found breeding on offshore Australian islands, together with Australasian Gannets, although the Cape species is never represented by more ... The non-breeding range of Cape gannets extends from the coastal waters off the Gulf of Guinea on the west coast of Africa, to Mozambique on the east coast ...

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