Avian communities in tidal salt marshes of San Francisco Bay: a review of functional groups by foraging guild and habitat association

@inproceedings{Takekawa2011AvianCI,
  title={Avian communities in tidal salt marshes of San Francisco Bay: a review of functional groups by foraging guild and habitat association},
  author={John Y. Takekawa and Isa Woo and Rachel J. Gardiner and Michael L. Casazza and Joshua T Ackerman and Nadav Nur and Leonard Liu and Hildie Spautz},
  year={2011}
}
The San Francisco Bay estuary is highly urbanized, but it supports the largest remaining extent of tidal salt marshes on the west coast of North America as well as a diverse native bird community. San Francisco Bay tidal marshes are occupied by more than 113 bird species that represent 31 families, including five subspecies from three families that we denote as tidal-marsh obligates. To better identify the niche of bird species in tidal marshes, we present a review of functional groups based on… CONTINUE READING

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