Landscape-scale Patterns of Black-throated Sparrow ( Amphispiza Bilineata ) Abundance and Nest Success

  title={Landscape-scale Patterns of Black-throated Sparrow ( Amphispiza Bilineata ) Abundance and Nest Success},
  author={A. Mohammadi and Pidgeon and V. Cambier and RADELOFF and N. E.V. and V John Mathews}
Analyses of avian demographic patterns across entire, contiguous landscapes are rare, but such analyses are important for understanding population dynamics. We selected the Black-throated Sparrow in the northern Chihuahuan Desert as a model to test patterns of abundance and nest success across a landscape. We integrated abundance, nest density, and nesting success measured on sampling plots with a classified satellite map of the distribution of seven habitat types to analyze spatial and… CONTINUE READING


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