• Environmental Science
  • Published 1979

Avian population responses to salt cedar along the lower Colorado River.

@inproceedings{Cohan1979AvianPR,
  title={Avian population responses to salt cedar along the lower Colorado River.},
  author={David Cohan and Bertin W. Anderson and Robert D. Ohmart},
  year={1979}
}
--Avian population responses to salt cedar were studied seasonally for three years along the lower Colorado River. Bird densities and diversities were examined in salt cedar and three additional types of riparian vegetation, all of similar horizontal and vertical configuration. Avian species were found to react to these plant community types seasonally in one of eight major ways. Three reaction types included species which showed a preference for or at least appeared not to avoid salt cedar… CONTINUE READING

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