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Future prospects for Nearctic migrants wintering in Carribbean forestAuthor(s): Joseph M. Wunderler JR.; Robert B. Waide
Source: Bird conservation International 4: 191-207
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionWintering nearctic migrants constitute a high proportion of the birds present in many terrestrial habitats in the Bahamas and greater Antilles, But their proportions decline southward through the Lesser Antilles. many migrants winter on densely populate islands which have been extensively deforested.
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CitationWunderler JR., Joseph M.; Waide, Robert B. 1994. Future prospects for Nearctic migrants wintering in Carribbean forest. Bird conservation International 4: 191-207
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