Review of Kansas Breeding Bird Atlas by William H. Busby and John L. ZimmermanGreat Plains Research: A Journal of Natural and Social Sciences
Date of this Version10-1-2002
AbstractKansas has now joined the expanding group of Midwestern states for which breeding bird atlases have recently been published, including South Dakota (1995), Iowa (1996), Missouri (1997), and Nebraska (200 I). Atlases are also in preparation or in press for Oklahoma and Texas, which will soon help fill out distributional knowledge of the Great Plains avifauna in a way unimaginable when I was assembling regional data for my Birds of the Great Plains: The Breeding Species and Their Distribution (1979).
Citation InformationPaul A. Johnsgard. "Review of Kansas Breeding Bird Atlas by William H. Busby and John L. Zimmerman" (2002)
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