• Biology
  • Published 2007

Developing management guidelines for cerulean warbler breeding habitat

@inproceedings{Hamel2007DevelopingMG,
  title={Developing management guidelines for cerulean warbler breeding habitat},
  author={Paul B. Hamel and Kenneth V. Rosenberg},
  year={2007}
}
Recovery activities for species of conservation concern may be directed to acquire and protect habitats known to contain the species, or to produce suitable habitats or locations suspected to be capable of supporting populations of the species. Management of those habitats ultimately becomes necessary, especially where production of additional habitats is deemed necessary. The Cerulean Warbler Technical Group (CWTG) is working to maintain current Cerulean Warbler (Dendroica cerulea (Wilson… CONTINUE READING

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