Band-Tailed Pigeons of the Managed Pacific Northwest Forestlands

A Woodland Fish and Wildlife Project publication.

The West Coast population of the band-tailed pigeon nests from southeastern Alaska to northern Mexico, in a variety of forest types but predomina ...

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