Breeding behavior of different raptor species in human modified landscape

  title={Breeding behavior of different raptor species in human modified landscape},
  author={Susanti Withaningsih and Parikesit Parikesit and Johan Iskandar and Erri Noviar Megantara},
Withaningsih S, Parikesit, Iskandar J, Megantara EN. 2017. Breeding behavior of different raptor species in human modified landscape. Biodiversitas 18: 1234-1242. Raptors are important birds which sensitive to environment and mostly used as best indicator for knowing the health of the ecosystem. The breeding period is a critical phase for raptors and seems to be difficult leading to the status of those birds as an endangered species. The nest site selection is of importance to the success of… 
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