2 edition of Ecological relationships among shrubsteppe passerine birds found in the catalog.
Ecological relationships among shrubsteppe passerine birds
John Thomas Rotenberry
Written in English
|Statement||by John Thomas Rotenberry.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 135 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||135|
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The objective of this article is to provide a succinct management-oriented. Ornithologists commonly estimate nest survival using the Mayfield method, which produces relatively unbiased estimates provided that key assumptions are met. However, this method cannot statistically model nest failure in relation to quantitative variables, nor can it consider the joint effects of two or more independent variables.
We demonstrate the use of an alternative method, survival time Cited by: Variables associated with nest survival of Golden-winged Warblers (Vermivora chrysoptera) among vegetation communities commonly used for nesting Variables associées à la survie des nids de Paruline à ailes dorées (Vermivora chrysoptera) parmi les communautés végétales Cited by: Bird reproductive success and faunal habitat selection as tools for understanding the impacts of land-use management on moist highland grassland biodiversity in South AfricaAuthor: Ian Tchagra Little.
Red-tailed hawk plumage can be variable, depending on the subspecies and the region. These color variations are morphs, and are not related to molting. The western North American population, B. j. calurus, is the most variable subspecies and has three main Class: Aves. Barcode data: Piranga ludoviciana The following is a representative barcode sequence, the centroid of all available sequences for this species.
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