Edge effects on nesting success of cavity-nesting birds in fragmented forests

@inproceedings{Deng2005EdgeEO,
  title={Edge effects on nesting success of cavity-nesting birds in fragmented forests},
  author={Wen-hong Deng and Wei Gao},
  year={2005}
}
Abstract Forest fragmentation leads to the creation of isolated forest patches and habitat edges with subsequent impact on forest-interior bird species. Although the effects of fragmentation and edge on avian nesting success are well documented for open cup-nesting species in eastern deciduous forests in North America, it is unclear whether these effects are common for all birds nesting in predominantly forested landscapes. In particular, edge effects on nesting success of cavity-nesting birds… CONTINUE READING

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