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The Quarterly Journal of Western Field Ornithologists
Publishing Organization:Western Field Ornithologists
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Western Birds solicits papers that contribute significantly to the scientific literature and that are useful and accessible to professional and amateur field ornithologists. The journal welcomes contributions from professional and amateur scientists alike. Appropriate topics include distribution, migration, status, identification, geographic variation, conservation, behavior, ecology, population dynamics, habitat requirements, the effects of pollution, and techniques for censusing, sound recording, and photographing birds in the field. Papers of general interest will be considered regardless of their geographic origin, but particularly desired are reports of studies done in or bearing on the Rocky Mountain and Pacific states and provinces, including Alaska and Hawai'i, western Texas, northwestern Mexico, and the northeastern Pacific Ocean.
- Language: English
- Geographic Scope: International
- Countries Covered: Canada, Mexico, United States
- Type: Journal
- Status: Active
- Years: 1974–present
- Frequency: Four times per year
- Impact factor: None
- Preceding title: California Birds
- Open access to some volumes
- Free: 4-40 (1974-2009)