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Inventory Methods for Woodpeckers Standards for Components of British Columbiaís Biodiversity No. 19

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Ministry of Environment Lands, and Parks
for the Terrestrial Ecosystem Task Force
Resources Inventory Committee

September 14, 1999
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Table of Contents

CIP

Preface

Acknowledgments

1. Introduction

2. Inventory Group

3. Protocol

Glossary

Literature Cited

List of Figures

Figure 1. RIC species inventory survey design hierarchy example.
Figure 2. Wildlife tree classification system of evergreen trees (Figure from Inventory Technical Committee 1995).
Figure 3. Wildlife tree classification system of deciduous trees (Figure from Inventory Technical Committee 1995).
Figure 4. Sample spot-map and associated symbols for delineating bird territories during the breeding season (from Bibby et al. 1992; Arbib 1970*).

List of Tables

Table 1. Acceptable and unacceptable weather conditions for woodpecker surveys.
Table 2. Types of inventory surveys, the data forms needed, and the level of intensity of the survey.
Table 3. Descriptions of feeding and nesting excavations made by selected woodpecker species.
Table 4. Survey objectives and analysis methods for presence/not detected data
Table 5. Survey objectives and analysis methods for relative abundance data


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