Farmland bird responses to intersecting replanted areas
Despite increasing revegetation of cleared landscapes around the world, there is limited research on the implications of different types of plantings for birdlife. We examined the "intersection effect", whereby species richness is higher at the intersection of "corridors" or vegetation strips for birds inhabiting replanted areas. We also examined individual species responses. Replicated sites at the intersections of plantings were compared with "internal controls" (located in the same plantings...[Show more]
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