Lee E. Harding
SciWrite Environmental Sciences Ltd., 2339 Sumpter Drive, Coquitlam, British Columbia; e-mail: harding@SciWrite.ca
Abstract: In 2011 June, my team found 16 Sora nests in two marshes in the Central Canadian Rockies Ecoregion as incidental observations on an unrelated study. Nine of the nests held from seven to 13 eggs. In one of the marshes, the density was 2.9 active nests per hectare.
Key words: Sora, Porzana carolina, nesting, eggs
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