Jim R. Salt
464 Nelson Street, Victoria, B.C. V9A 6P4
Abstract: Common Nighthawk eggs were moved at three natural sites near Victoria, B.C., one clutch being moved three times. Two of these nest-sites were moved again after the young had hatched, and small young also moved at two other nest- sites.
Key words: Chordeiles minor, Common Nighthawk, egg movement, Victoria, young movement
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