INCORPORATING AVAILABILITY FOR DETECTION IN ESTIMATES OF BIRD ABUNDANCE

@inproceedings{Diefenbach2007INCORPORATINGAF,
  title={INCORPORATING AVAILABILITY FOR DETECTION IN ESTIMATES OF BIRD ABUNDANCE},
  author={Duane R. Diefenbach and Matthew R. Marshall and Jennifer A. Mattice and Daniel W. Brauning},
  year={2007}
}
Abstract Several bird-survey methods have been proposed that provide an estimated detection probability so that bird-count statistics can be used to estimate bird abundance. However, some of these estimators adjust counts of birds observed by the probability that a bird is detected and assume that all birds are available to be detected at the time of the survey. We marked male Henslow's Sparrows (Ammodramus henslowii) and Grasshopper Sparrows (A. savannarum) and monitored their behavior during… CONTINUE READING

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