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Management recommendations for the northern goshawk in the southwestern United States
Present forest conditions--loss of a herbaceous and shrubby understory, reductions in the amount of older forests, and increased areas of dense tree regeneration--reflect the extent of humanExpand
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Effects of carbaryl grasshopper control on nesting killdeer in North Dakota
There is currently special concern for the effects of range grasshopper control on insectivorous grassland birds, such as upland shorebirds. The direct and indirect effects on killdeer (CharadriusExpand
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Effects of Native and Non‐Native Grassland Plant Communities on Breeding Passerine Birds: Implications for Restoration of Northwest Bunchgrass Prairie
One common problem encountered when restoring grasslands is the prominence of non-native plant species. It is unclear what effect non-native plants have on habitat quality of grassland passerines,Expand
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Short-term responses of native bees to livestock and implications for managing ecosystem services in grasslands
Rangelands are significant providers of ecosystem services in agroecosystems world-wide. Yet few studies have investigated how different intensities of livestock grazing impact one important providerExpand
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EFFECTS OF SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD ON SIZE AND SURVIVAL OF JUVENILE NORTHERN GOSHAWKS
In 1992 and 1993, 28 Northern Goshawk (Accipiter gentills) broods in north- central New Mexico were used in a supplemental-feeding experiment to determine if there was a causal relationship betweenExpand
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Northern goshawk ecology: An assessment of current knowledge and information needs for conservation and management
The contentious and litigious history associated with managing Northern Goshawks (Accipiter gentilis) has focused much research attention toward understanding this species’ life history. Results fromExpand
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Nest Success and Cause-Specific Nest Failure of Grassland Passerines Breeding in Prairie Grazed by Livestock
Livestock grazing is a widespread source of habitat modification, and may affect populations of ground-nesting grassland birds by influencing rates of nest failure. Nesting attempts can fail forExpand
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POST-FLEDGING AREAS IN NORTHERN GOSHAWK HOME RANGES
In 1984, 1986 and 1988, we studied the movement patterns of eight (4 in 1984, 2 in 1986, 2 in 1988) Northern Goshawks (Accipiter gentilis) nesting in the Jemez Mountains of north-central New MexicoExpand
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EFFECTS OF SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD ON PARENTAL-CARE STRATEGIES AND JUVENILE SURVIVAL OF NORTHERN GOSHAWKS
Abstract Using food supplementation, we tested whether food limits juvenile survival in a population of Northern Goshawks (Accipiter gentilis) in northeastern Utah. The influence of additional foodExpand
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Synthesis of knowledge on the effects of fire and fire surrogates on wildlife in U.S. dry forests
Summary: Dry forests throughout the United States are fire-dependent ecosystems, and much attention has been given to restoring their ecological function. As such, land managers often are tasked withExpand
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