Boreal Birds
300+ species, billions of birds rely on Canada's boreal forest as critical breeding grounds

Comprehensive Guide to Boreal Birds

 
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Sitta canadensis

An estimated 25% of the species' North American population breeds within the Boreal Forest.

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Sitta carolinensis

An estimated 2% of the species' North American breeding range lies within the Boreal Forest.

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Certhia americana

An estimated 15% of the species' North American population breeds within the Boreal Forest.

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Troglodytes aedon

An estimated 5% of the species' North American population breeds within the Boreal Forest.

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Cistothorus palustris

An estimated 6% of the species' North American population breeds within the Boreal Forest.

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Cistothorus platensis

An estimated 6% of the species' North American population breeds within the Boreal Forest.

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Troglodytes troglodytes

An estimated 43% of the species' North American population breeds within the Boreal Forest.

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Cinclus mexicanus

An estimated 8% of the species' North American population breeds within the Boreal Forest.

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Regulus satrapa

An estimated 25% of the species' North American population breeds within the Boreal Forest.

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Regulus calendula

An estimated 68% of the global population of Ruby-crowned Kinglet breeds in Canada's boreal forest. 

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Phylloscopus borealis

An estimated 36% of the species' North American population breeds within the Boreal Forest.

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Turdus migratorius

An estimated 33% of the species' North American population breeds within the Boreal Forest.

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Catharus bicknelli

An estimated 5% of the species' North American population breeds within the Boreal Forest.

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Sialia sialis

An estimated 3% of the species' North American breeding range lies within the Boreal Forest.

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Catharus minimus

An estimated 35% of the global population of Gray-cheeked Thrush breeds in Canada's boreal forest. 

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Catharus guttatus

An estimated 75% of the species' North American population breeds within the Boreal Forest.

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Sialia currucoides

An estimated 6% of the species' North American population breeds within the Boreal Forest.

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Oenanthe oenanthe

An estimated 55% of the species' North American breeding range lies within the Boreal Forest.

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Catharus ustulatus

An estimated 73% of the species' North American population breeds within the Boreal Forest.

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Myadestes townsendi

An estimated 17% of the species' North American population breeds within the Boreal Forest.

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