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Breeding Birds of North Dakota

Towns and Cities

These residential areas normally comprise several distinct ecological elements, many of which are commonly interspersed throughout the greater part of the community. Typical habitat niches include the following: office buildings, stores, and other commerical buildings; resident homes and apartment buildings; garages and sheds; landscaped lawns, parks and golf courses with planting of ornamental trees and shrubs; garden plots; and paved and gravelled driveways and streets.

Characteristic Breeding Birds

Primary intraneous species: Secondary intraneous species (including well-marked subspecies): Extraneous species:
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