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Spring 2014 Habitat Conditions in Canada

DU Canada reports on Spring breeding conditions
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Summary

After a long winter and late spring for most areas, the breeding season is underway.  Migrants were delayed by 1-2 weeks but are establishing nests in the North and showing a strong breeding effort in the Prairies.  More moisture will be needed in the Western Boreal Forest and in parts of southern Alberta and Saskatchewan, while higher-than-usual water levels have posed some challenges for nesters in the Eastern Region.  Several areas are predicting a normal production year and next month's release of the 2014 Breeding Population Survey will provide more insight.
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