To effectively manage a wildlife species, one of the most basic things you need to know is how many of them are out there. However, it’s almost never feasible to count every single individual—so how do the results of wildlife surveys compare to true population size? A new study in The Condor: Ornithological Applications tests this using the results of more than thirty years of surveys of the Rocky Mountain population of Sandhill Cranes. Read the press release at https://americanorni...ldlife-surveys/.
Condor Editor Pick - How Reliable Are Traditional Wildlife Surveys?
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