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Jefferson Proving Ground, Breeding Status List

The breeding status lists (see MAPS Manual page 57; BSL Form) are given for all species, captured, seen, or heard at each of the stations. MAPS has detected a total of 118 species at Jefferson Proving Ground, 73 of which are known to breed on the installation, and 45 species that are passage migrants or out-of-range transients. Seven species: Acadian Flycatcher, Wood Thrush, Worm-eating Warbler, Kentucky Warbler, Blue-winged Warbler, Prairie Warbler, and Field Sparrow were previously identified as breeding species of management concern monitored by MAPS (DOD Executive Report, Table 1). Of these, all but Acadian Flycatcher and Field Sparrow are listed by US Fish and Wildlife (2008) Birds of Conservation Concern (BCC). Other BCC species known to breed at Jefferson Proving Ground, but not currently monitored by MAPS include: Cerulean Warbler and Henslow's Sparrow.

Jefferson Proving Ground BSL (2008)