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A birder"s guide to the Atlin Valley of British Columbia and the Yukon

Richard S Lee

A birder"s guide to the Atlin Valley of British Columbia and the Yukon

by Richard S Lee

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Published by Moose Mountain Publications .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Atlin Valley Region,
  • Atlin Valley Region (B.C.),
  • Birds,
  • Yukon Territory

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages95
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11693455M
    ISBN 100962230901
    ISBN 109780962230905
    OCLC/WorldCa41772899

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The Atlin Road is a road in British Columbia and Yukon, is designated as Highway 7 in Yukon, and has no official highway number in British Columbia. It was built by the Canadian Army from toconnecting the village of Atlin, British Columbia, with the Tagish Road just one mile west of the Alaska Highway at historic mile (Jakes Corner).North end: Hwy 8 near Jakes Corner.

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Liard Tours offers you a spectacular fly-in outpost experience in the famous Muskwa-Kechika Protected Area of Northern British Columbia. The Yukon log style character of these cabins, along with the quiet solitude at these lakes assures that this is Location: Box 8, Mile Alaska Hwy Muncho Lake, BC, V0C 1Z0 Canada.

A Birder's Guide to Vancouver Island is a good source of information for bird species occurrences in our area. The book is designed in Birding Loop trips and covers directions to the various birding locations. Common Bird Books: The Birds of Victoria is a relatively basic bird book.

About the Author(s) Richard Cannings was born and raised in the Okanagan Valley of BC and worked for most of his career as a biologist. He curated the Cowan Vertebrate Museum at the University of British Columbia for 17 years, then worked with Bird Studies Canada for 16 years, coordinating Canadian Christmas Bird Counts, the eBird program, and the British Columbia Owl Survey.

Birdwatchers and biologists Richard Cannings, and son Russell Cannings, identify the Nicola Valley as one of the best places for birdwatching in B.C. (Best Places to Bird in British Columbia). Atlin/Téix’gi Aan Tlein Provincial Park is located in the extreme northwest corner of British Columbia, up against the border with Alaska.

Highway 7, which connects BC with Alaska, makes its way south from Jakes Corner in the Yukon to the community of Atlin in BC, providing access to Atlin/Téix’gi. The Okanagan River valley of south central British Columbia is truly unique among Canadian birding habitats.

It combines a wide, u-shaped valley filled with lakes and rivers and rich in diversity with mid-elevation mountains — the Okanagan Range of the Cascade Mountains.

Wings and tail are brown with darker bars. Brown-throated Wrens have a bolder eyebrow and a darker throat. Northern birds are grayer overall with baring on the flanks.

Southern birds have light brown upperparts and buff underparts. Bill is thin and slightly decurved. Atlin Provincial Park and Recreation Area is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada. Situated in the remote northwestern corner of the province, the park protects large tracts of boreal forest, alpine tundra and glaciated terrain.

The southern third of Atlin Lake, the largest natural body of freshwater in the province, is within the park boundary. The park is very undeveloped; no roads traverse it and no Location: British Columbia, Canada. The best bird guide and bird watching search engine to identify birds in the world.

logo design courtesy of The Haller Company Web01 05/27/ Total placer gold production has exceeded $23, making it second only to the Cariboo in the history of British Columbia. Conservation: Atlin/Téix’gi Aan Tlein Provincial Park contains three important ecosections: Teslin Plateau, Tagish-Highlands.

British Columbia is a vast and diverse natural region of Canada located on the Pacific Flyway that hosts many world renowned birding locations.

From offshore pelagics to high alpine plateau, from temperate rainforests to pocket deserts, from coastal cliffs to rolling prairie, British Columbia has it all. British Columbia is a magnificent province that has much to offer the naturalist explorer, from wild Pacific coastline to alpine tundra, and from arid desert to lush rainforest and more.

Combine this tour our Khutzemateen Grizzly bear sailing tour/5(). Now in its 7th printing. Discover more than birds species in Birds of Southwestern BC. This guide covers the Lower Mainland, including Greater Vancouver, the Fraser Valley, Fraser Canyon, Manning Park and Whistler; the mid-coast as far north as Bella Coola; Vancouver Island; the Gulf Islands; and the Sunshine Coast.

Aimed at beginning and intermediate birders who wish to identify the birds. A companion volume to the successful The Birder's Guide to British Columbia, this guide to bird-watching sites on Vancouver Island is essential to both beginner and expert includes comprehensive itineraries for day trips to some of the best birding areas in North America, and also offers information on habitats and seasonal bird sightings for each site/5(3).

Fraser Plateau This region is littered with trails, both historical and modern. Unfortunately, many lie well off the beaten track along a maze of logging roads. Forest Service recreation maps of these areas are helpful and are available at the Prince George and Prince Rupert Forest District Offices, respectively.

The defining backpacking trek in this region. Atlin is a small isolated community in the NW corner of British Columbia, on the traditional lands of the Taku River Tlingit. Glacial-fed Atlin Lake is 4 miles wide and 80 miles long, in a wide wilderness valley surrounded by snowcapped mountains.

3 hour drive from Whitehorse Yukon or Skagway Alaska. Northern British Columbia Circle Tour. This spectacular road odyssey of Northern British Columbia takes you through untamed wilderness and stunning mountain ranges unique to the immense region.

Plan for eight to fourteen days of adventure, as you drive on the Yellowhead High to the Northern British Columbia east-west corridor, north on the Stewart Cassiar Highway 37 (which cuts through. Birding in British Columbia, Canada Canada travel, tourism.

There are many opportunities for Birding in British Columbia, Canada. Plan to explore BC parks, trails, forests, grasslands, rivers, lakes, reservoirs and wetlands.

You will find a vast variety of species in most of them.WILLIAMS LAKE T ORIA. WNA OOK YELLOWHEAD B.C. 16 YELLOWHEAD B.C. 16 YELLOWHEAD 16 37 YELLOWHEAD B.C.

16 5 YELLOWHEAD B.C. B.C. Atlin ark Gitnadoix River RA a Ne’ah’ LAKE TLIN ABINE LAKE RIVER COLU MBIA T H O M P S O N N ORT H R I V E R F R A S E R UESNEL CE LIARD RIVER ON TESLIN LAKE RIV ER V E R OCEAN CIFIC British Columbia To.This list of birds of British Columbia includes species documented in the Canadian province of British of Junethere are species included in this list.

Of them, are rare or accidental and 17 have been introduced to British Columbia or elsewhere in North America. Five species have been extirpated and one is -nine species have only sight records or are.