A comparison of bird communities in the anthropogenic and natural-tree fall gaps of a reduced-impact logged subtropical forest in Bolivia
We studied bird community composition and abundance within four vegetation and disturbance categories located within selectively logged and unlogged forest in a Bolivian subtropical lowland forestry concession. The logged forest was subject to reduced-impact logging between 1 and 4 years prior to our study. The four categories were: 1) 'gap' points possessing natural or anthropogenic tree-fall gaps; 2) 'target' points with one of five commercial tree species of harvestable size; 3) 'future'...[Show more]
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