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    As part of a study to determine effects of removing fire fuels on riparian bird species, over 400 nests of 10 species were found and monitored during the pre-treatment period, 2000-2002. In this presentation, we report on the relationships between species-specific relative abundance, nesting success, and habitat measures such as stem density, canopy cover, and fuel loads of exotic and native trees.

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    Finch, Deborah M.; Kelly, Jeffrey F. 2003. Predicting avian population responses to fuel removal in river woodlands of the southwestern United States. In: Programme and Abstracts: 3rd International Wildlife Management Congress; 1-5 December 2003; Christchurch, New Zealand. Lincoln, New Zealand: Landcare Research. p. 23.


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