These resources were frequently used during the development of the Shade Coffee Bird Atlas. They shed light upon the ways in which birds interact with the coffee environment.
All About Birds, by Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology. http://www.birds.cornell.edu/AllAboutBirds/BirdGuide/ (free online tool
Birds of North America (online), by Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology. http://bna.birds.cornell.edu/bna (login required)
- Birdweb.org, by Seattle Audubon. www.birdweb.org
- Birder's Conservation Handbook. 100 North American Birds at Risk. By Jeff Wells. ©2007, Princeton University Press.
- Ecology and conservation of birds in coffee plantations: a critical review. By Oliver Komar. ©2006, Bird Conservation Internation
For other helpful resources relating to shade-grown coffee, see the full Research Bibliography or visit our News Room Resources & Publications page.
The Shade Coffee Bird Atlas, Stories from the Shade: Birds and Shade-grown Coffee, is produced by Seattle Audubon's Northwest Shade Coffee Campaign. Special thanks to the creative and dedicated volunteers who made this resource possible.
The Shade Coffee Bird Atlas team: Kristen Kosidowski, Kelly Jewell, Susan Barnes, Eleanor Boba, Laura Chedalawada, Hilary Gaddis, Jon Hoekstra, Alan Humphrey, Marianne Kogon, Emily Livengood, Barbara Mandula, Chad Merkley, Karen Morse, Genevieve Orchard, Ken Penner, Charlotte Rasmussen, Robert Riedl and Sue Thompson.
Special thanks to contributors: Greg Lavaty (photographer), Glen Tepke (photographer), Rob Cahill (photographer), John Cahill (photographer), the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology (sound files), and The Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture (range maps).