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A Kirtland's warbler management at regional, landscape, and local scales; 2009 August 25-26; Odanah, WIAuthor(s): Deahn M. Donner; John R. Probst
Source: In: Midwest jack pine symposium. 2 p.
Publication Series: Other
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionThe Kirtland's Warbler breeds in young, densely-stocked jack pine forests of northern Lower Michigan, and more recently limited areas in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Wisconsin and Ontario. Because almost all the known population and potential nesting habitat can be surveyed and monitored, this species provides an outstanding opportunity for research on long-term dynamics.
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CitationDonner, Deahn M.; Probst, John R. 2009. A Kirtland's warbler management at regional, landscape, and local scales; 2009 August 25-26; Odanah, WI. In: Midwest jack pine symposium. 2p.
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