This is a widespread species across much of the mid-latitudes of the continent, from the Canadian Maritimes and eastern United States, west through the Great Plains and southern Canada to the Pacific Coast and Western Desert.
A number of studies have demonstrated abundance and persistence declines in this species. Consistent with these studies, our analysis shows decline in relative abundance over the time period examined, as well as long term steady decline. If this species’ relative abundance continues to decline at the same rate, we project that the species will go extinct in the next 70 to 80 years. Read More