Wildlife Diversity in British Columbia: Distribution and Habitat Use of Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, and Mammals in Biogeoclimatic Zones
Province of British Columbia, Ministry of Forests Research Program, 1995 - Amphibians - 288 pages
Summarizes general information about the relative diversity and habitat use of amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals in the Province for wildlife and habitat biologists, foresters, planners, and naturalists.
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Biogeoclimatic Zones Subzones and Wildlife
Provincial Wildlife Diversity
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abundance and distribution Alpine American American avocet American white pelican Amphibians areas biogeoclimatic subzones biogeoclimatic zone birds blue-listed Boreal broad habitats Coastal Common name Comments Common name Status deciduous Douglas-fir Dry Cool early seral ecoprovince flycatcher forage forest grebe gull h sm sm h SwM habitats hawk Interior lakes listed taXa Long-tailed weasel mammals moist Mountain mw mw mw name Status Seasonal nest in tree Northem Northern number of listed old-growth owl subsp Peregrine falcon PSa PSa PSa psAW psAW psAW Queen Charlotte Red-necked phalarope reptiles rocky salamander sandpiper seral stages sheep subsp Short-billed dowitcher Short-eared owl sm sm sm sparrow Spruce Status Seasonal abundance Surf scoter SwM SwM SwM taXa taXa at risk Townsend's tree cavities Tundra Upland sandpiper vertebrate classes vireo Wandering tattler warbler Westem Western whale wildlife subzone groups Wolverine subsp woodpecker Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y zonal group zone and wildlife