Do artificial nests reveal relative nest predation risk for real nests

@inproceedings{Prt2002DoAN,
  title={Do artificial nests reveal relative nest predation risk for real nests},
  author={Tomas P{\"a}rt and Johan Wretenberg},
  year={2002}
}
Present knowledge of the effects of nest predation on spatial distribution, habitat selection and community structure of birds is to a large extent based on results from experiments with artificial nests. Although nest predation risk is likely to differ between artificial and real nests, most previous studies of nest predation using artificial nests have been lacking a proper control. We investigated whether predation rates on artificial nests predicted those on real nests by simultaneously… CONTINUE READING

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