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Biological Corridors: Form, Function, and Efficacy
H abitat loss and fragmentation are among the most pervasive threats to the conservation of biological diversity (Wilcove et al. 1986, Wilcox and Murphy 1985). Habitat fragmentation often leads toExpand
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Nesting Habitat of Coexisting Accipiter in Oregon
The distribution of nesting pairs of 3 species of Accipiter and the habitat they used for nesting in the conifer forests of Oregon were determined during spring and summer 1969-74. Each speciesExpand
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Partitioning of Food and Niche Characteristics of Coexisting Accipiter During Breeding
Etude de l'abondance des ressources et de leur utilisation par Accipiter striatus et A. cooperii dans deux zones de l'Oregon de 1969 a 1974
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Home Range and Habitat Use by Black Bears in Southwestern Washington
Movement and activity of 16 black bears (Ursus americanus) of a population of 23 were monitored by radio telemetry between March 1973 and October 1975 on an island in southwestern Washington. AverageExpand
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Summertime home range and habitat use of pileated woodpeckers in western Oregon
Current allocations of habitat for pileated woodpeckers (Dryocopus pileatus) on National Forests in the western United States may be inadequate because of previous methods used to calculate thisExpand
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Natal and breeding dispersal of northern spotted owls
We studied the dispersal behavior of 1,475 northern spotted owls (Strix occidentalis caurina) during banding and radio-telemetry studies in Oregon and Washington in 1985-1996. The sample included 324Expand
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Characteristics of forests at spotted owl nest sites in the Pacific Northwest
We describe the structure of forests at 105 nest sites of northern spotted owls (Strix occidentalis caurina) in the Klamath, Coast, and Cascade provinces of western Oregon and the Olympic province ofExpand
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Bird Community Structure on Early-growth Clearcuts in Western Oregon
Total density of nesting birds ranged from 326-552 birds/40.5 ha on 12 early-growth clearcuts in western Oregon. The number of nesting species varied little among sites. Predominant species (ca. 50Expand
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