Nest-searching cues and studies of nest-site selection and nesting success

@inproceedings{Rodewald2004NestsearchingCA,
  title={Nest-searching cues and studies of nest-site selection and nesting success},
  author={A. Rodewald},
  year={2004}
}
  • A. Rodewald
  • Published 2004
  • Biology
  • Abstract Locating and monitoring nests are among the most widely used approaches in studies of avian ecology, evolution, and conservation. While several papers outline “best practices” for nest studies, nest-searching techniques are seldom standardized in field investigations because observers generally use strategies that work best for them. In this study, I examined if field observers differed in the cues they used to locate nests, the species they found, and the fate of their nests (i.e… CONTINUE READING
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