Atlas Quiz

The following quiz is designed to help you learn how to use the appropriate atlas breeding codes and how to deal with real-life situations while you are out atlassing. Almost all questions have been inspired by actual questions submitted by participants. In some cases, you may find that you would have interpreted a situation differently, but one of the goal of the quiz is also to try promoting a consistent approach by all participants when faced with similar conditions. If you have new questions to suggest, we encourage you to submit them to the atlas office.

Question # 3 of 100. A pair of Yellow Warblers is occupying a territory which straddles the boundary between two squares, and the male is observed singing on both sides of the boundary. In which square do you report them: A) In both squares? B) In the square where they spend the most time? C) In neither because you are not sure where they have their nest?

Choose the most appropriate answer:

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