North American Birds

VOLUME 69 NO3 2016

A Quarterly Journal of Ornithological Record Published by the American Birding Association. The mission of the journal is to provide a complete overview of the changing panorama of our continent’s birdlife.

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341 V O L U M E 6 9 ( 2 0 1 6 ) • N U M B E R S 3 / 4 P E L A G I C B I R D S F R O M C R U I S E S H I P S A LO N G T H E PA C I F I C C O A S T G. Ainley, K. D. Amey, L. T. Ballance, K. T. Briggs, R. G. Ford, G. L. Hunt Jr, C. Keiper, J. W. Mason, K. H. Morgan, R. L. Pitman, and T. Tynan. 2005. At-sea distribution, abundance and habitat affinities of Xantus's Murrelets. Marine Ornithology 33: 89-104. Kenyon, J. K., K. H. Morgan, M. D. Bentley, L. A. McFarlane Tranquilla, and K. E. Moore. 2009. Atlas of Pelagic Seabirds off the West Coast of Canada and Adjacent Areas. Techni - cal Report Series No. 499. Canadian Wild- life Service, Pacific and Yukon Region, Brit- ish Columbia. Lehman, P. E. 1994. The Birds of Santa Bar - bara County, California. Vertebrate Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara. Revision at: https://sites.google.com/site/ lehmanbosbc. Lewis, T. L., D. H. Ward, J. S. Sedinger, A. Reed, and D. V. Derksen. 2013. Brant (Branta bernicla), in: The Birds of North America (P. G. Rodewald, ed.). Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Ithaca, New York. Mackiernan, G. B. 2016. Cruise ship seabird - ing. Birding 48: 28-40. Marshall, D. B., M. G. Hunter, and A. L. Con - treras (eds.). 2003. Birds of Oregon: A Gener- al Reference. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis, Oregon. McDermond, D. K. and K. H. Morgan. 1993. Status and conservation of North Pacific al - batrosses. pp. 70-81 in: K. Vermeer, K. T. Briggs, K. H. Morgan and D. Siegel-Causey (eds.). The Status, Ecology and Conservation of Marine Birds of the North Pacific. Cana - dian Wildlife Service Special Publication, Ottawa. Pyle, P. 1993. A Markham's Storm-Petrel in the northeastern Pacific. Western Birds 24: 108-110. ----. 2006. Offshore Pacific highlights in summer-fall 2005: Just another year. North American Birds 60: 4-13. Pyle, P., L. B. Spear, and D. G. Ainley. 1993. Observations of Dark-rumped Petrels off Oregon and California. Western Birds 24: 110-112. Roberson, D. 2002. Monterey Birds. Second edition. Monterey Peninsula Audubon So - ciety, Carmel, California. Stallcup, R., 1990. Ocean Birds of the Near - shore Pacific. Point Reyes Bird Observatory, Stinson Beach, California. Wahl, T. R. 1975. Seabirds in Washington's offshore zone. Western Birds 6: 117-134. Wahl, T. R., B. Tweit, and S. G. Mlodinow (eds.). 2005. Birds of Washington: Status and Distribution. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis, Oregon. n off California: 1975 to 1983. Studies in Avi- an Biology 11: 1-74. Campbell, R. W., N. K. Dawe, I. McTaggart- Cowan, J. M. Cooper, G. W. Kaiser, and M. C. E. McNall. 1990a. The Birds of British Columbia, Volume I: Introduction and Loons through Waterfowl. UBC Press, Vancouver. Campbell, R. W., N. K. Dawe, I. McTaggart- Cowan, J. M. Cooper, G. W. Kaiser, and M. C. E. McNall. 1990b. The Birds of British Columbia, Volume II: Diurnal Birds of Prey through Woodpeckers. UBC Press, Vancouver. Drew, G. S., J. F. Piatt, and M. Renner. 2015. User's guide to the North Pacific Pelagic Seabird Database 2.0: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2015-1123, 52 p., doi: 10.3133/ofr20151123 (report) doi:10.5066/F7WQ01T3 (database). See: http://alaska.usgs.gov/science/biology/ nppsd/index.php. Force, M., K. Morgan, and J. Jantunen. 2006. Manx Shearwater in British Columbia: Comments on a pioneering seabird. Wildlife Afield 3: 5-11. Gilligan, J., M. Smith, D. Rogers, and A. Con - treras. 1994. Birds of Oregon: Status and Distribution. Cinclus Publications, McMin - nville, Oregon. Gill, R. E., C. A. Babcock, C. M. Handel, W. R. Butler, and D. G. Raveling. 1996. Mi - gration, fidelity, and use of autumn stag- ing grounds in Alaska by Cackling Canada Geese Branta canadensis minima. Wildfowl 47: 42-61. Gratto-Trevor, C. L. 2000. Marbled Godwit (Limosa fedoa), in: The Birds of North Ameri - ca (P. G. Rodewald, ed.). Cornell Lab of Or- nithology, Ithaca, New York. Hamilton, R. A., M. A. Patten, and R. A. Er - ickson (eds.). 2007. Rare Birds of California. Western Field Ornithologists, Camarillo, California. Herlyn, H. G., and A. L. Contreras. 2009. Handbook of Oregon Birds: A Field Companion to Birds of Oregon. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis, Oregon. Howell, S. N. G., T. McGrath, W. T. Hunefeld, and J. S. Feenstra. 2009. Occurrence and identification of the Leach's Storm-Pet - rel (Oceanodroma leucorhoa) complex off southern California. North American Birds 63: 540-549. Hyrenbach, K. D., and R. R. Veit. 2003. Ocean warming and seabird communities of the southern California Current System (1987–98): Response at multiple temporal scales. Deep-Sea Research II, 50(14-16): 2537-2565. Karnovsky, N. J., L. B. Spear, H. R. Carter, D. of every offshore route around the world. This is an arena in which field birders can eas - ily contribute much worthwhile information. Acknowledgments The impetus to first take cruise ships for pe- lagic birding off the West Coast of the United States and Canada was provided by Jeff Gil - ligan and Owen Schmidt. I am especially indebted to the assistance provided by Tom Crabtree, Michael Harrison, Judy Meredith, Ryan Merrill, Ken Morgan, Owen Schmidt, Sharon and Mike Toochin, and Jay Withgott. Additionally, helpful comments on earlier drafts of the manuscript were provided by Jon Boone, Michael Force, Peter Ginsburg, Todd Hass, Nick Lethaby, Tony Leukering, Derek Lovitch, Peter Pyle, Kurt Radamaker, Bruce Rideout, Don Roberson, Brad Schram, and David Vander Pluym. Cruise data and photographs were gener - ously supplied by Matt Bartels, Louis Bevier, Norman Budnitz, Tom Crabtree, Devich Far - botnik, Jeff Gilligan, Michael Harrison, Todd Hass, David Irons, Tim Janzen, Alvaro Jara - millo, Curtis Marantz, Guy McCaskie, Judy Meredith, Ryan Merrill, Martin Meyers, Steve Mlodinow, Ken Morgan, Joseph Morlan, Pe - ter Pyle, Bruce Rideout, Tim Rodenkirk, Skip Russell, Owen Schmidt, Ryan Shaw, David Sonneborn, Brian Sullivan, Rick Taylor, Sha - ron and Mike Toochin, Brad Waggoner, and Jay Withgott. A special thanks to the contrib - utors and especially to the regional editors of the journal North American Birds, a critically important source of information for many distributional papers. Also many thanks to the observers who supplied cruise-ship eBird data, which also played a critical role. Offshore county boundary calculations and coastal maps were provided by Kurt Ra - damaker. Cruise-track maps were by Michael Harrison. References Ainley, D. 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