[Tweeters] Spotted Owl Question

Wayne Weber contopus at telus.net
Mon Oct 4 19:16:53 PDT 2010


Roger and Tweeters,



For comparison, Mexican Spotted Owls are found in Arizona at an altitude
range of about 3700 feet to 9600 feet (1125 to 2930 metres). This is from a
paper published in the CONDOR in 1989 by Ganey and Balda. So, as one would
expect, they are found at much higher altitudes in Arizona than in
Washington.



Wayne C. Weber

Delta, BC

contopus at telus.net







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[mailto:tweeters-bounces at mailman2.u.washington.edu] On Behalf Of Roger Moyer
Sent: October-03-10 8:11 AM
To: tweeters
Subject: [Tweeters] Spotted Owl Question



A question for the Spotted Owl experts. For those of you who have made the
pilgrimage to Ft. Hauchuca to see the Spotted Owl if you know the elevation
of the area you know the canyon is around 5500 to 6000 ft. above sea level.
Knowing this is the Mexican Sub-species and knowing this is much further
south than here how high and elevation do our spotted owls go?

Roger Moyer
Chehalis, WA
rogermoyer1 at hotmail.com



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