The Washington Gap Analysis Project created breeding bird maps only. The non-breeding birds (e.g., wintering, pelagic (coastal), and birds expanding their ranges) are represented only by NatureMapping sightings.
The Washington Gap Analysis Project could not find any historical research records (i.e., Breeding Bird Atlas, Breeding Bird Survey, Bird Banding and Recovery) for 73 species of birds. The Marbled Godwit is one of the species.
NatureMapping observations reported by townships throughout the year.
In winter this Godwit is common on the west coast, fairly common on the Gulf Coast and the southeast coast of the US. It breeds in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba in Canada, and in Montana and North Dakota in the US. Common winter resident of Washington at Tokeland, uncommon migrant, winter resident on coastal mudflats.Text edited by Gussie Litwer