The conservation value of paddock trees for birds in a variegated landscape in southern New South Wales. 1. Species composition and site occupancy patterns
The use of paddock trees by birds was assessed in a grazing landscape in southern New South Wales. Australia. Seventy paddock tree sites were surveyed for 20 min each in the morning, and 36 sites were surveyed again at midday in March 2000. During this time, the presence and abundance of birds was recorded. Several site and landscape variables were measured at each site. These included tree species, a tree size index, a measure of the crown cover density around the site, and proximity to the...[Show more]
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