Human–Osprey Conflicts: Industry, Utilities, Communication, and Transportation

@inproceedings{Washburn2014HumanOspreyCI,
  title={Human–Osprey Conflicts: Industry, Utilities, Communication, and Transportation},
  author={B. Washburn},
  year={2014}
}
  • B. Washburn
  • Published 2014
  • Biology
  • Abstract Although often perceived as a species of remote settings, Ospreys (Pandion haliaetus) are highly adaptable and currently are abundant in many urban and suburban landscapes. Living in close proximity to humans, Ospreys often come into conflict with people and several important issues require the attention of and management by natural resource professionals. These include effects on: (1) industry (e.g., foraging at aquaculture facilities), (2) utilities (e.g., nesting on electric utility… CONTINUE READING
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