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Habitat-Altitude-Range explained

Habitat

Montane = Mountains, hills. highlands, below permanent snowline.

Moist Forest can be rain forest or cloud forest

Boreal forest ak Taiga exists as a nearly continuous belt of coniferous trees across North America and Eurasia.

 

Temperate forest have a moderate climate, most of the trees are deciduous.

Shrubland scrubland, scrub or brush is an area dominated by shrubs, may also including grasses, ferns, herbs and geophytes.

Savanna is grassland with scattered trees and shrubs.

Grassland. an area dominated by grasses with few or no large shrubs or trees.

Heath a area dominated by heathers & other ericaceous plants, may have broom & gorse.

Tropical any area that falls between the tropics, at some point in the year the sun will be directly overhead.

Sub tropical the area next to the tropcics, Mediterranean climate.

Altitude expressed in metres 200 (1,200 - 1,600) 2,000 m.   The bird can be found between 200 & 2,000 m but is more likely to occur between (1,200 - 1,600 m.)

Range give you a list of counrieas, states, counties were the bird is recorded.

 

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01/03/2008 0000000

25/10/2009 500,000

28/02/2012 870,300

 


 

Maps from Fatbirder's Top 1000 Birding Websites

 

01/01/2009 151,000

01/10/2010 562,291

24/09/2012 1,000,000

 

Credits Some of the maps, data, are from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page               Data from Avibase