The Barred Owl, Strix varia in Alberta: Distribution and Status

@article{Priestley2004TheBO,
  title={The Barred Owl, Strix varia in Alberta: Distribution and Status},
  author={L. Priestley},
  journal={Canadian Field-Naturalist},
  year={2004},
  volume={118},
  pages={215-224}
}
Barred Owl distribution and status in Alberta were investigated using over 300 individual records (1912 through 1999) that were collected from literature, museum/zoo specimens, nest cards, bird surveys, volunteer raptor banders, and naturalists. Barred Owls were distributed throughout much of the boreal forest, aspen parkland, foothill, and mountain ecoregions of Alberta. Fifty-four breeding records (46 nests) were found. Barred Owls were associated with older forests and had a clumped… Expand
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