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Condor Editor Pick - Songbird Populations May Indicate Trouble in Northwestern Forests


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#1 rdeatsman

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Posted 29 September 2017 - 08:47 AM

Populations of many North American songbirds are declining, and in many cases we don’t understand why—for example, whether the problem lies with reproductive success or in the survival rates of adults. Conservation efforts need this information to be effective, and bird banding stations can help fill in the gaps, providing insights into how demographics vary across space and time. A new study from The Condor: Ornithological Applications presents ten years of data from banding stations across northern California and southern Oregon and offers new hints on what’s driving changes in the region’s songbird populations. Read more at https://americanorni...estern-forests/.






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