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Metapopulation dynamics of the california least tern
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Results indicated that the number and location of populations selected for focused management influenced the effectiveness of management efforts, and a metapopulation model that can be used to predict persistence of populations along the Pacific coast and the effects of various management actions.
A New Paradigm for the Analysis and Interpretation of Growth Data: The Shape of Things to Come
The process of growth is basic to all organisms, and studies of growth have long been a subject of concern to ornithologists. At a workshop held at the recent meeting of the American Ornithologists'
Estimated population size of the Island Scrub-Jay Aphelocoma insularis
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The most conservative, and most realistic, estimate for the Island Scrub-Jay breeding population is 7,000 individuals and for the non-breeding population 5,500 individuals, yielding a total population estimate of 12,500, larger than earlier estimates.
Proactive Conservation Management of an Island-Endemic Bird Species in the Face of Global Change
Biodiversity conservation in an era of global change and scarce funding benefits from approaches that simultaneously solve multiple problems. Here, we discuss conservation management of the island
HYBRIDIZATION OF A SANDWICH AND ELEGANT TERN IN CALIFORNIA
The Sandwich Tern ($terna sandvicensis) is a widespread breeding species on the Atlantic coasts of Europe and North America (AOU 1983, Cramp 1985) and the Caribbean (AOU 1983). On the Pacific coast
Vaux's Swift (Chaetura vauxi)
Food habits and resource partitioning in a guild of Neotropical swifts
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Observed elevational differences in foraging habitat and altitudinal foraging zones are proposed as resource partitioning mechanisms for this guild of sympatric aerial insectivores.
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