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An annotated bibliography: Point Pelee National Park and the Point Pelee region of Ontario
George M. Stirrett
1968 by National Parks Service, Dept. of Indian Affairs and Northern Development in [Ottawa] .
Written in English
|Statement||by George M. Stirrett.|
|Contributions||Canada. National Parks Service.|
|LC Classifications||Z1392.P6 S74|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||76|
|LC Control Number||70362650|
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Annotated bibliography: Point Pelee National Park and the Point Pelee region of Ontario. [Ottawa] National Parks Service, Dept.
of Indian Affairs and Northern Development  (OCoLC) The Pele literature: an annotated bibliography of the English-language literature on Pele, An annotated bibliography: Point Pelee National Park and the Point Pelee region of Ontario, by George M.
Pele: goddess of Hawaii's volcanoes / writing, art & design by Herb Kawainui Kane. In the past a number of activities within Point Pelee National Park kept sufficient areas open, and thus nectar sources were relatively stable and common.
Such activities included farming and gardening, cattle-raising, cottage areas, park buildings, parking lots, etc. Although such activities. The Friends of Point Pelee, has decided to terminate the pub-lication due mainly to the lack of material being submitted. All past issues are available in the Nature Nook Book Store in Point Pelee National Park’s Visitor Centre or by mail from the Friends of Point Pelee, Point Pelee Drive, Leaming-ton, Ontario N8H 3V4 Canada; phone Lake Erie: The best spots are Point Pelee, Pelee Island, Rondeau Provincial Park and Long Point.
Lake Ontario: Cootes Paradise and Woodland Cemetery in Hamilton; Bronte Woods in Oakville; High Park, Toronto Islands and Leslie Street Spit in Toronto; Thickson’s Woods in Whitby; Darlington Provincial Park, Presqu’ile Provincial Park and Prince Edward Point.
Five Year () Supplement to The Butterflies of Point Pelee National Park, Ontario, (), by Alan Wormington. Published in 15 pages. This was an update of his article in the Ontario Field Biologist.
Damselflies and Dragonflies (Odonata) of Ontario: Resource Guide and Annotated List by P.M. Catling and V.R. Brownell (). National Emergency Library.
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Open Library. Featured movies All video latest This Just In Prelinger Archives Democracy Now. Full text of "Annotated list of Ontario. Great Lakes Odonata Bibliography.
Dragonflies collected at Point Pelee and. Pelee Island, Ontario, in the summers of and and the six CLASS units were in the data-sparse region. Francis, Peter D. archaeological resource management programme: Canadian Parks Service, Western Region national parks and national historic sites () Porter, John E.
Archaeological investigations at Fort Langley National Historic Site, British Columbia, (). New Curculionoidea (Coleoptera) records for Canada Article (PDF Available) in ZooKeys () June with Reads How we measure 'reads'. The birds of Quetico Provincial Park and the Atikokan area / David H.
Elder. QL O5 E53 Historical review of water bird populations and annotated list of water birds associated with Burlington Bay, Lake Ontario, / Martin B.
Gebauer, Robert Z. Dobos, D. Vaughn Weseloh. The Butterflies of Point Pelee National Park, Ontario. Ontario Field Biologist Wormington, A. Five Year () Supplement to The Butterflies of Point Pelee National Park, Ontario ().
Toronto Entomologists Association, Occasional Publications no. Wright, A. Peterson First Guide to Caterpillars. Similarly, in Point Pelee National Park, Ontario, Eastern Musk Turtles were considerably less abundant in areas impacted by anthropogenic activities (Browne ). Although Eastern Musk Turtles rarely move significant distances over land, they are at high risk of road mortality when they do cross roads due to their small size and awkwardness on.
The winter birds of Point Pelee National Park, Ontario / by George M. Stirrett. QL O5 S Pukaskwa: a naturalist's year surveying birds in the Lake Superior wilderness, / Soren Bondrup-Nielsen. Besides Point Pelee National Park, there are many other hot spots that are traps for migrant birds, and others that are just ideal breeding locations throughout all of Ontario.
Northern Ontario is famous for its boreal species, and for its migrants and vagrants that don’t show up often elsewhere in Ontario. Settlement of the spit began in the 's, as the land was cleared and the northern marshes were drained for agriculture.
The lower 9 km of shoreline is the Point Pelee National Park established inwhich is an important resting site for migrating Monarch butterflies (Theberge, ). Eastern Ontario: Charleston Lake Provincial Park, Grants Creek/Pooh Lake, Upper Ottawa River, Mattawa River.
Temagami: Chiniguchi/Donald Lake Loop, Chiniguchi/Sturgeon River Loop, Lady Evelyn Loop. Ontario’s Near North: Nellie Lake Loop,To the Crack and Back, Eighteen Mile Island Loop, The French River’s Old Voyageur Channel, Philip Edward. In Ontario, Monarch have been observed in late summer or early fall in large numbers in areas such as Prince Edward Point National Wildlife Area, Presqu'ile Provincial Park, Tommy Thompson Park (Toronto), Long Point National Wildlife Area and nearby areas, Rondeau Provincial Park, and Point Pelee National Park.
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Sparrows & Finches of Ontario Chris G. Earley Point Pelee National Park Nature Series. Friends of Point Pelee / Lithosphere Press.
"An essential part of every birders kit, this book is printed on fine paper so that it can easily slip into a shirt pocket.
Appendices include fold outs with side by side comparisons of birds by season. The first national park established for conservation, Point Pelee is the southernmost point of the Canadian mainland, and also includes the southernmost point overall on Middle Island.
The marshy wetland environment is a known stop for migratory birds and monarch butterflies,  and since is a Ramsar Convention Wetland of International Importance. calverti was photographed at Point Pelee National Park, Essex County, Ontario on the east side of the tip, along Lake Erie (Curry and Slessor ).
This represents a rst report for both. clusters reported in the past at Long Point and Point Pelee were found. At Point Pelee National Park, the largest cluster found during the migration period consisted of about six hundred individuals.
Based on estimates calculated over the past 16 years, Dr. Taylor states. In Ontario, this species is considered a regular rare migrant at Point Pelee National Park (Parks Canada Agency ) and the Long Point National Wildlife Area (LPBO ). There is some historical breeding evidence from the Six Nations reserve in Brant County (Chamberlain et al.
) and Walpole Island First Nation (Eagles ), but the. AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY Kirtland's Warbler, (Dendroica kirtlandii) was first collected sometime during Samuel Cabot's expedition in the fall of or at sea between Cuba and Abaco Island, Bahamas.
It was not until 13 Maywhen Charles Pease collected the type specimen, an immature male, near Cleveland, Ohio. Five Year () Supplement to The Butterflies of Point Pelee National Park, Ontario (). Toronto Entomologists Association, Occasional Publications no. Toronto Entomologists Association, Occasional Publications no.
Buy Waterfowl of Eastern North America 2nd Annotated edition by Earley, Chris (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Table of Seasonal Status of Waterfowl in Point Pelee National Park One of North America's most important migration stopovers this is an outstanding place to Author: Chris Earley.
The true M. infuscata is reported here as adventive in the Nearctic region (Ontario, Canada). Canadian records. Ontario: Rouge National Urban Park, Sep (1 ex, CBG). Diagnostic information. Ontario: Point Pelee National Park, Jun (1 ex, CBG). Diagnostic information. DDT in tissues of spring peepers (Pseudacris crucifer) at Point Pelee National Park, Ontario, even though DDT had not been used in the area for 26 years.
Levels as high as 1, µg/kg of DDT were found in spring peepers and implicate DDT as a possible causative agent in the local extinction of several amphibian populations.
Point Pelee is a peninsula of Lake Erie in southwestern Ontario (near Windsor and Detroit, Michigan) that is the southernmost extent of Canada's mainland.
Pelee Island and Middle Island in Lake Erie extend slightly farther. All are south of 42°N – slightly farther south than the northern border of California. ClimateCapital: Toronto.
In Ontario, over 20% of Point Pelee National Park’s terrestrial environment was farmed at one time, with DDT and other pesticides, as well as fertilizers applied to agricultural crops (Graham, undated).
DDT was also applied to wetlands for mosquito control in the park (Russell et al. Monarch butterfly migration is the phenomenon, mainly across North America, where the subspecies Danaus plexippus plexippus migrates each summer and autumn to and from overwintering sites on the West Coast of California or mountainous sites in Central Mexico.
Other subspecies perform minor migrations or none at all. This massive movement of butterflies has been called "one of the most. National Park status inunder the Indian Wildlife (Protection) Act, Inthe area was inscribed as natural World Heritage site (Mathur et al., ) and inthe Kaziranga National Park was given the status of ‘Tiger Reserve’ (Hoang, ) and a buffer zone of approximately km2 has been added to it (GovernmentFile Size: 3MB.
The southernmost point of the Canadian mainland is Point Pelee, Ontario  The westernmost point is Boundary Peak (60°18′″N, °00′″W) at the southern end of the Yukon – Alaska border which is roughly following °W but leans very slightly east as it goes North 60°18′04″N °00′36″W / °N Area: Ranked 2nd.
Middle Island, also part of Point Pelee National Park, was acquired in and is just north of the Canada–United States border in Lake Pelee is the southernmost point of mainland Canada, and is located on a foundation of glacial sand, silt and gravel that bites into Lake Erie.
Birdwatchers in Point Pelee National Park in Ontario, Canada, generate Can $6 million annually (Butler in Dodge, ), while whale-watching from Vancouver Island, Canada, generated expenditures estimated at Can $ million by the authors in Cited by: For the past 8 years, Ben has honed both his observational and audio skills while accompanying his father on many trips throughout Ontario as well Arizona, Florida and New Jersey.
For the past 7 years, Ben spends a week at his favourite birding site, Point Pelee National Park, where he. During their fall migration, the Monarch has been observed roosting on trees along the northern shores of Lake Ontario and Lake Erie. Roosts can be predictably found in areas such as Presqu'ile Provincial Park, Long Point Provincial Park, Long Point National Wildlife Area, Rondeau Provincial Park and Point Pelee National Park (COSEWIC, ).
Kirtland's warbler (Setophaga kirtlandii), which is recorded to have been known by local folk in Michigan by the common name jack pine bird, and is also known as the jack pine warbler, is a small songbird of the New World warbler family (), named after Jared Potter Kirtland, an Ohio doctor and amateur naturalist.
Nearly extinct just 50 years ago, it is well on its way to : Aves. National Parks of Canada are protected natural spaces throughout the country that represent distinct geographical regions of the nation. Under the administration of Parks Canada, a government branch, National Parks allow for public enjoyment without compromising the area for future generations, including the management of wildlife and habitat within the ecosystems of the Park: Banff National Park.
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Waterfowl Look-alikes: Comparative photographs of Gulls, Phalaropes, Aquatic Seabirds, and Rails. Table of Seasonal Status of Waterfowl in Point Pelee National Park One of North America's most important migration stopovers this is an outstanding.Annotated list of the birds of Point Pelee.
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