The relevance of non-farmland habitats, uncropped areas and habitat diversity to the conservation of farmland birds

@inproceedings{Fuller2004TheRO,
  title={The relevance of non-farmland habitats, uncropped areas and habitat diversity to the conservation of farmland birds},
  author={Robert Judson Fuller and Shelley A. Hinsley and Ruth D. Swetnam},
  year={2004}
}
Use of non-farmland habitats by species generally perceived as ‘farmland birds’ is common, yet these habitats are not always considered in conservation strategies aimed at population recovery. At the national scale, many farmland species occur in landscapes not dominated by farmland. An analysis of distribution atlas data coupled with remotely sensed habitat data showed that for 16 out of 28 farmland species, less than half of the breeding range was associated with high cover of lowland… CONTINUE READING

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