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    Author(s): William C. Hunter; James G. Dickson; David N. Pashley; Paul B. Hamel
    Date: 2002
    Source: In: Proceedings of the IUFRO conference on restoration of boreal and temperate forest documenting forest restoration knowledge and practives in boreal and temperate ecosystems; 2002 April 28-May 02; Vijle, Denmark. Frederiksberg C, Denmark: Danish Centre for Forest, Landscape and Planning; 11: 86-87.
    Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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    Birds constitute a high-profile group of species that attract a great deal of attention as watchable wildlife. Also, birds are important as indicators of habitat conditions and environmental health. Compared to other groups of animals and plants, birds are relatively conspicuous and can be easily monitored. Available information on bird ecology is substantial, but understanding the management requirements for most nongame bird species lags far behind existing knowledge for managing game species.

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    Hunter, William C.; Dickson, James G.; Pashley, David N.; Hamel, Paul B. 2002. Bird Communities of Southern Forests. In: Proceedings of the IUFRO conference on restoration of boreal and temperate forest documenting forest restoration knowledge and practives in boreal and temperate ecosystems; 2002 April 28-May 02; Vijle, Denmark. Frederiksberg C, Denmark: Danish Centre for Forest, Landscape and Planning; 11: 86-87.

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