American Birds 2003-2004, Summary of the 104th Christmas Bird Count

American Birds 104: Cover Shot
Photo by Arthur Morris

The 104th CBC was another eventful season-see all the details in American Birds. Post-season studies document the status of birds of the Boreal Forests, new analysis techniques enhance the value of the CBC for scientific study, and the full results of the Scientific Peer Review are published.

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American Birds 104: Christmas Bird Count Canada: 2003-2004 by Richard J. Cannings
American Birds 104: Regional Summaries pages 91-94 (800k) (Texas, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah,Colorado)
American Birds 104: Christmas Bird Count Provides Insights Into Population Change in Land Birds That Breed in the Boreal Forest (500k) by Daniel K. Niven, John R. Sauer, Gregory S. Butcher, and William A. Link
American Birds 104: Regional Summaries pages 95-98 (900k) (Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada, Arizona, Washington, Oregon)
American Birds 104: Statistical Analyses Make the Christmas Bird Count Relevant for Conservation (570k) by John R. Sauer, Daniel K. Niven, and William A. Link
American Birds 104: Regional Summaries pages 99-102 (500k) (Washington, Oregon, California, Hawaii, Pacific Islands)
American Birds 104: Cause & Effect: Changes in Boreal Bird Irruptions in Eastern North America Relative to the 1970s Spruce Budworm Infestation (1.5MB) by Nicholas C. Bolgiano
American Birds 104: Regional Summaries pages 103-107 (900k) (Hawaii, Pacific Islands, Mexico, Belize, Central and South America, West Indies, Bermuda)
American Birds 104: Improving the Christmas Bird Count: Report of a Review Panel (700k) Ten-member review panel, chaired by Charles M. Francis
American Birds 104: CBC Editorial Codes, Database Flags, Count Circles, Codes, and Compilers on the 104th Count (500k)
American Birds 104: Return of the Mad Counter: Mission Accomplished (330k) by Kelly J. McKay
American Birds 104: Summary of Highest Counts of Individuals for Canada (500k) by Richard J. Cannings
American Birds 104: Index to regional summaries and pages 46-48 (750k) (Atlantic Canada, Quebec)
American Birds 104: Summary of Highest Counts of Individuals for the United States (350k) by Brent Ortego
American Birds 104: Regional Summaries pages 49-54 (800k) (Quebec, Ontario, Prairie Provinces & N. Canada, British Columbia and Yukon Territory)
American Birds 104: Regional Summaries pages 87-90 (950k) (Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, N. Dakota, S. Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas)
American Birds 104: Regional Summaries pages 55-58 (740k) (British Columbia and Yukon Territory, Alaska, New England)
American Birds 2003-2004, Summary of the 104th Christmas Bird Count
American Birds 104: Regional Summaries pages 59-62 (770k) (New England, New York)
American Birds 104: Regional Summaries pages 63-66 (650k) (New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Washington, D.C., Virginia)
American Birds 104: Regional Summaries pages 67-70 (900k) (Washington, D.C., Virginia, N. Carolina, S. Carolina, Georgia, Florida)
American Birds 104: Regional Summaries pages 71-74 (750k) (Florida, Ohio, West Virginia, Kentucky)
American Birds 104: Regional Summaries pages 75-78 (760k) (Ohio, West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Michigan)
American Birds 104: Completing the Circle: How to Save Birds While Birding by Paul Green
American Birds 104: Regional Summaries pages 79-82 (800k) (Michigan, Indiana, Wisconsin, Illinois)
American Birds 104: The 104th Christmas Bird Count by Geoffrey S. LeBaron
American Birds 104: Regional Summaries pages 83-86 (800k) (Illinois, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri)