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The Cerulean Warbler, a Neotropical migratory bird of high conservation concern, is experiencing population declines in parts of its range. Due to the Ceruleans low population density and patchy distributions accurate population trends are difficult to estimate, therefore, in order to adequately protect this species more information is needed about its habitat requirements, breeding biology, and population status.

In order to to determine the number of breeding pairs and productivity, describe nesting habitat, and identify potential threats to the population and its habitat, the Cerulean Warbler Atlas Project (CEWAP) employed enthusiastic birders and biologists to survey known and potential Cerulean Warbler breeding sites from 1997 to 2000.

Results from CEWAP will be used to produce management guidelines for Cerulean Warblers.  As of December 2000 you can download the final report, "An Atlas of Cerulean Warbler Populations."

Please note that the report is a PDF file that requires Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to download, view, and print. Adobe Acrobat is free and easy to use. Click below to download Adobe Acrobat Reader.

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