to the Florida Breeding Bird Atlas! The Atlas project attempted to record
the breeding distributions of all bird species in the state during 1986-1991.
The Atlas project was a collaborative effort of Audubon of Florida,
the Florida Ornithological Society, and the Florida Fish & Wildlife
Conservation Commission. More than 1,880 participants, most of them
volunteers, were involved in conducting surveys and compiling data.
196 species were confirmed breeding, and another 19 species were found
to be probable or possible breeders in the state.
Other Breeding Bird Atlas Projects in the Southeast.
This resource is based on the following source:
Kale, H. W., II, B. Pranty, B. M. Stith, and C. W. Biggs. 1992. The
atlas of the breeding birds of Florida. Final Report. Florida Game and
Fresh Water Fish Commission, Tallahassee, Florida.
This resource can be cited as:
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. 2003, January 6.
Florida's breeding bird atlas: A collaborative study of Florida's birdlife.
http://www.wildflorida.org/bba/ (Date accessed 2/1/2004).