Continentally Significant Important Bird Areas
 
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 1.Amakdedulia CoveRecognizedContinentalKenai PeninsulaD5,B4i
 2.Anchorage CoastalRecognizedContinentalAnchorageB4i,B1
 3.Arcadia Forest BlockRecognizedContinentalKent, WashingtonB3
 4.Battell Forest BlockRecognizedContinental B3
 5.Bear Swamp Wildlife Management Area - SussexRecognizedContinentalSussexD3,D1,D5,B3
 6.Belleplain State ForestRecognizedContinentalCumberland, Cape MayD1,D4i,D4vii,D3,B3
 7.Bennington South Forest BlockRecognizedContinental B3
 8.Bennington Windham North Forest BlockRecognizedContinental B3
 9.Brasher Falls and Bombay ForestsRecognizedContinentalFranklin, St. LawrenceD3,B3
 10.Bright Hour WatershedRecognizedContinentalDe SotoB3
 11.Brushy Mountain Forest BlockRecognizedContinental B3
 12.Buckshutem Wildlife Management AreaRecognizedContinentalCumberlandD4vii,D3,D1,B3
 13.Burden HillRecognizedContinentalSalemD1,D4vii,B3
 14.Cape May National Wildlife Refuge - Great Cedar Swamp DivisionRecognizedContinentalCape MayD1,D4vii,D3,B3
 15.Caswell Game LandsRecognizedContinentalCaswellD3,D4i,D4vi,B3
 16.Central PiedmontRecognizedContinentalCumberland, Nelson, Albemarle, Fluvanna, Goochland, Amherst, Buckingham, Appomattox, Prince EdwardB3,D1
 17.Chateauguay No Town Forest BlockRecognizedContinental B3
 18.Cibola National Wildlife RefugeRecognizedContinental D4iii,D4ii,B1
 19.Clark Fork River-Grass ValleyRecognizedContinentalMissoulaD1,B1
 20.Clove Brook Road CorridorRecognizedContinentalSussexD3,D1,B3
       
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