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Winter bird population studies and project prairie birds for surveying grassland birdsAuthor(s): Daniel J. Twedt; Paul B. Hamel; Mark S. Woodrey
Source: Southeastern Naturalist 7(l):1l-18
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionWe compared 2 survey methods for assessing winter bird communities in temperate grasslands: Winter Bird Population Study surveys are area-searches that have long been used in a variety of habitats whereas Project Prairie Bird surveys employ active-flushing techniques on strip-transects and are intended for use in grasslands.
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CitationTwedt, Daniel J.; Hamel, Paul B.; Woodrey, Mark S. 2008. Winter bird population studies and project prairie birds for surveying grassland birds. Southeastern Naturalist 7(l):1l-18
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