Scrub – Shrub bird habitat aSSociationS at Multiple Spatial ScaleS in beaver MeadowS in MaSSachuSettS

@inproceedings{Chandler2009ScrubS,
  title={Scrub – Shrub bird habitat aSSociationS at Multiple Spatial ScaleS in beaver MeadowS in MaSSachuSettS},
  author={Richard Brooks Chandler and David I. King and Stephen DeStefano},
  year={2009}
}
—Most scrub–shrub bird species are declining in the northeastern United States, and these declines are largely attributed to regional declines in habitat availability. American Beaver (Castor canadensis; hereafter “beaver”) populations have been increasing in the Northeast in recent decades, and beavers create scrub–shrub habitat through their dam-building and foraging activities. Few systematic studies have been conducted on the value of beaver-modified habitats for scrub–shrub birds, and… CONTINUE READING