Use of Group-selection and Seed-tree Cuts by Three Early-successional Migratory Species in Arkansas

@inproceedings{ALTERIVIAN2006UseOG,
  title={Use of Group-selection and Seed-tree Cuts by Three Early-successional Migratory Species in Arkansas},
  author={LYNN E. ALTERI'VIAN and Doug James and Bednarz and Ronald E. Thill},
  year={2006}
}
-Silviculture in the Ouachita National Forest in Arkansas and Oklahoma has shifted in recent years from mostly even-aged management to a mix of evenand uneven-aged regeneration systems, including group-selection. Researchers have described presencelabsence of early-successional bird species in forest openings created by evenand uneven-aged silviculture, but few have examined nest success. We examined occupancy and nest success of three early-successional species-Indigo Bunting (Passerina cyanea… CONTINUE READING