This book provides the most intensive modern study of birds ever compiled for southeastern Michigan. Over 65, 000 bird records spanning over 30 years went into this annotated checklist, which provides information on over 250 bird species, including residency status, relative abundance, migration dates, and banding data. Introductory material includes birding locations in Dearborn and on the campus of the University of Michigan-Dearborn with maps. Much of the data is applicable to the entire metropolitan Detroit region.... time had 1, 800 bird houses on the grounds, as well as many bird feeders, nesting supply stations, quail shelters, and a steam- heated bird bath. ... Trails are open daily from dawn to dusk, with access at Fair Lane and the EIC (see below).
|Title||:||The Birds of Dearborn, an Annotated Checklist|
|Author||:||Julie A. Craves|
|Publisher||:||Julie Craves - 2007|