BRWRABlue Range Wolf Recovery Area (United States Fish & Wildlife Service; Arizona)
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While we have no direct evidence of weather related mortality at the BRWRA, rain and heavy fog occurred at the BRWRA immediately before the recoveries of an American coot and an ovenbird (respectively), possibly contributing indirectly to their demise.
Furthermore, Buffalo Ridge lacks many of the topographic features, such as canyons and rolling to steep ridges, that have b een linked to raptor mortality in California (Howell and DiDonato, 1991; Orloff and Flannery, 1992) and the BRWRA uses a string layout for turbine formation rather than a grid layout which is more common at many of the California WRAs.
Our data does not provide any clues to the causes of the seemingly higher mortality rate at the BRWRA.