Population trends and spatial synchrony in peripheral populations of the endangered Lesser grey shrike in response to environmental change

@article{Giralt2006PopulationTA,
  title={Population trends and spatial synchrony in peripheral populations of the endangered Lesser grey shrike in response to environmental change},
  author={David Giralt and Francisco Valera},
  journal={Biodiversity and Conservation},
  year={2006},
  volume={16},
  pages={841-856}
}
Regional synchronization in species dynamics as well as particular ecological and demographic characteristics of peripheral populations poses special challenges for conservation purposes, particularly under the current scenario of global climate change. Here, we study the population trend and spatial synchrony of several peripheral populations of the endangered Lesser grey shrike Lanius minor at the western limit of its breeding range (southern France and northeast Spain). In an attempt to… CONTINUE READING
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