Are timber harvesting and conservation of nest sites of forest‐dwelling raptors always mutually exclusive?

@inproceedings{Lhmus2005AreTH,
  title={Are timber harvesting and conservation of nest sites of forest‐dwelling raptors always mutually exclusive?},
  author={Asko L{\~o}hmus},
  year={2005}
}
Many diurnal raptors are vulnerable to modern forestry and areas surrounding individual raptor nests are often strictly protected. This study compared random forest plots and nest sites of five species of forest-dwelling raptors in Estonia to explore whether timber harvesting per se reduces the probability of raptor nesting when controlling for the effect of nest tree availability and stand structure. Medium-sized species – the honey buzzard ( Pernis apivorus ), goshawk ( Accipiter gentilis… CONTINUE READING

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