Sex and Age Group Specific Changes in Body Condition of Red-tailed Hawks in Central Nebraska

@inproceedings{Schoenebeck2014SexAA,
  title={Sex and Age Group Specific Changes in Body Condition of Red-tailed Hawks in Central Nebraska},
  author={Casey W. Schoenebeck and M. Turco and Rae M. Fahrlander and Kaitlyn M. Darveau and T. Freeman},
  year={2014}
}
  • Casey W. Schoenebeck, M. Turco, +2 authors T. Freeman
  • Published 2014
  • Biology
  • ABSTRACT The central plains and the Platte River Valley of Nebraska are recognized as important winter habitat for many raptor species, but few studies have evaluated the ecology or physiology of birds of prey wintering in the region. The purpose of our study was to collect morphological data from Red-tailed Hawks (Buteo jamaicensis) occupying the study area during non-breeding months to better understand the sex ratios and potential changes in body condition of raptors in central Nebraska… CONTINUE READING
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