Annual frequency for IBA Long Point Peninsula and Marshes

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Data used on this page are considered provisional, have not necessarily been reviewed or edited, and may be subject to significant change. These data have been released for public interest only and do not represent an official list of birds for the IBA.

The following graphs provide the annual pattern of frequency (proportion of surveys where a species was detected) based on data associated with this IBA only. To view more advanced options as well as data from other projects, you can go to the NatureCounts data summary page.

Please note that these graphs do not necessarily reflect actual trends in the species population and may be subject to various reporting biases and changes in methodology along the years.

Datasets used in this page:

  • Marsh Monitoring Program - Bird Surveys (1,493 surveys)
  • CMMN Daily Estimated Totals: Long Point Bird Observatory (19,489 surveys)
  • Saskatchewan Breeding Bird Atlas (2017-2021): daily observations (1 surveys)
  • Long Point Bird Observatory Monarch Butterfly Census (2,828 surveys)
  • SwiftWatch (7 surveys)
  • Project FeederWatch (Canada) (187 surveys)
  • Ontario Shorebird Survey (1,938 surveys)
  • EBird Canada (Ontario) (23,442 surveys)
  • Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas (2001-2005): rare species and colonial data (169 surveys)
  • Christmas Bird Counts (55 surveys)
  • Project Nestwatch (4,834 surveys)
  • CMMN Banding Data: Long Point Bird Observatory (18,701 surveys)
  • Marsh Monitoring Program - Amphibian Surveys (920 surveys)
  • Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas (2001-2005): point count data (86 surveys)
  • Breeding Bird Surveys (total per route) (29 surveys)
  • This page is provided through a web service of NatureCounts, a web site hosted by Bird Studies Canada, a partner of the Avian Knowledge Network.
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