Human-made structures, vegetation, and weather influence ferruginous hawk breeding performanceAuthor(s): Zachary P. Wallace; Patricia L. Kennedy; John R. Squires; Lucretia E. Olson; Robert J. Oakleaf
Source: The Journal of Wildlife Management. 80(1): 78-90.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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Wallace, Zachary P.; Kennedy, Patricia L.; Squires, John R.; Olson, Lucretia E.; Oakleaf, Robert J. 2016. Human-made structures, vegetation, and weather influence ferruginous hawk breeding performance. The Journal of Wildlife Management. 80(1): 78-90.
Keywordsanthropogenic infrastructure, artificial nest platform, Buteo regalis, ferruginous hawk, fledgling production, nest survival, oil and gas development, prey abundance, severe weather, Wyoming
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