Author ' s personal copy Can snag creation benefit a primary cavity nester : Response to an experimental pulse in snag abundance

@inproceedings{Kilgo2014AuthorS,
  title={Author ' s personal copy Can snag creation benefit a primary cavity nester : Response to an experimental pulse in snag abundance},
  author={John C. Kilgo and Mark A. Vukovich},
  year={2014}
}
Thresholds in response by cavity-nesting bird populations to variations in the snag resource are poorly understood. In addition, limited information exists on the value of artificially created snags for cavitynesting birds. Therefore, uncertainty exists in whether artificially created snags can yield a positive population response among snag-dependent birds. We used an experimental approach to assess the abundance and territory dynamics of a primary cavity nester, the red-headed woodpecker… CONTINUE READING

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