Multi-scale use of lands providing anthropogenic resources by American Crows in an urbanizing landscape

@article{Withey2008MultiscaleUO,
  title={Multi-scale use of lands providing anthropogenic resources by American Crows in an urbanizing landscape},
  author={John C. Withey and John M. Marzluff},
  journal={Landscape Ecology},
  year={2008},
  volume={24},
  pages={281-293}
}
The conversion of forests and farmlands to human settlements has negative impacts on many native species, but also provides resources that some species are able to exploit. American Crows (Corvus brachyrhynchos), one such exploiter, create concern due to their impact as nest predators, disease hosts, and cultural harbingers of evil. We used various measures of crow abundance and resource use to determine crows’ response to features of anthropogenic landscapes in the Puget Sound region of the… CONTINUE READING