Nest-site selection by old boreal forest cavity excavators

Nest-site selection by old boreal forest cavity excavators

Decaying trees improve nesting opportunities for cavity

Jul 16, 2018 · Nest‐site selection by old boreal forest cavity ex‐cavators as a basis for structural retention guidelines in spatially‐aggregated harvests. Forest Ecology and Management, 269, 37–51. 10.1016/j.foreco.2011.12.042 [Google Scholar] Cornelius, C. (2008).

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Win – and stay, but not too long: cavity selection by

dynamic by focusing on long-lasting nesting cavities that may be used by non-excavators for many years (Wesolowski 2011), and using nest boxes as cavity surrogates to allow an experimental study. The Black Woodpecker (Dryocopus martius) excavates cavities that later serve as nest sites for the Boreal Owl (Aegolius funereus). Both are exposed to

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Heart rot as a key factor for cavity tree selection in the

selection, individuals investing more time and energy in nest-site selection and nest building may gain fitness benefits compared to individuals spending less effort in these endeavours. Fungi softening the wood prior to excavation would decrease energy expenditure for tree cavity excavators, but might increase the risk of tree breakage.

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The role of wood hardness in limiting nest site selection

The role of wood hardness in limiting nest site selection in avian cavity excavators Teresa J. Lorenz,1'4 Kerri T. Vierling,' Timothy R. Johnson/ and Philip C. Fischer3 Department of Fish and Wildlife Sciences, University of Idaho, P.O. Box 441136. Moscow, Idaho 83844 USA 2Department of Statistical Sciences, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho

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Does the need to drink influence nest site selection in a

We test the hypothesis that selective logging reduces nest site availability and nest density for cavity-nesting birds in the Atlantic forest by determining 1) whether suitable cavities are as

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Publications Starting with N

Nest-site selection by old boreal forest cavity excavators as a basis for structural retention guidelines in spatially-aggregated harvests Author(s) Cooke, H. A.;Hannon, S. J.

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Tree Holes and Hole-Nesting Birds in European and North

Cooke, H.A. & Hannon, S.J. (2012) Nest site selection by old boreal forest cavity excavators as a basis for structural retention guidelines in spatially-aggregated harvests. Forest Ecology and Management, 269, 37 – 51.CrossRef Google Scholar

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Nest-site availability, selection and reuse in a cavity

Nest-site selection was influenced by tree and habitat attributes, rather than cavity characteristics such as orientation. Low overall occupancy rates suggested that there was a surplus of cavities. To examine nest-site reuse, 193 cavities were monitored between 1995-1999. Eight percent of cavities were destroyed during the study, mainly due to

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(PDF) The importance of excavators in hole-nesting

The importance of excavators in hole-nesting communities: availability and use of natural tree holes in old mixed forests of western Canada. Journal of Ornithology, 2007. Kathy Martin. Selection of Nest Trees by Cavity-nesting Birds in the Neotropical Atlantic Forest.

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Nest-site selection by old boreal forest cavity excavators

We examined multi-scale nest-site use and selection by excavators in intact old upland forest and spatially-aggregated harvests with structural retention and …

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Do aggregated harvests with structural retention conserve

Jul 16, 2018 · Nest‐site selection by old boreal forest cavity ex‐cavators as a basis for structural retention guidelines in spatially‐aggregated harvests. Forest Ecology and Management, 269, 37–51. 10.1016/j.foreco.2011.12.042 [ CrossRef ] [ Google Scholar ]

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The importance of excavators in hole-nesting communities

Jul 17, 2007 · Aitken KEH, Martin K (2004) Nest cavity availability and selection in aspen-conifer groves in a grassland landscape. Can J For Res 34:2099–2109. Article Google Scholar Aitken KEH, Wiebe KL, Martin K (2002) Nest-site reuse patterns for a cavity-nesting bird community in interior British Columbia. Auk 119:391–402

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The role of wood hardness in limiting nest site selection

The role of wood hardness in limiting nest site selection in avian cavity excavators TERESA J. LORENZ, 1,4 KERRI T. VIERLING,1 TIMOTHY R. JOHNSON,2 AND PHILIP C. FISCHER 3 1Department of Fish and Wildlife Sciences, University of Idaho, P.O. Box 441136, Moscow, Idaho 83844 USA 2Department of Statistical Sciences, University of Idaho, Moscow

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Decaying trees improve nesting opportunities for cavity

The nest site selection of excavators might be governed by body size, territory size and their different abilities of excavation. The non-excavators were best differentiated by their preferred hole type, and their tree use and nest site characters were …

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Susan J. Hannon - Publications

Nest-site selection by old boreal forest cavity excavators as a basis for structural retention guidelines in spatially-aggregated harvests Forest Ecology and Management. 269: 37-51. DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2011.12.042

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Decaying trees improve nesting opportunities for cavity

ments of cavity-nesting birds in temperate and boreal forests of varying naturalness. To compare nest and non-nest-tree characteristics, the following data were collected from the literature: diameter at breast height (DBH) and its standard deviation ( SD ),

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Decaying trees improve nesting opportunities for cavity

nest-site selection of cavity-nesting birds. Literature was searched in Web of Science and Google Scholar and included studies that provide data on the habitat require-ments of cavity-nesting birds in temperate and boreal forests of varying naturalness. To compare nest and non-nest-tree characteristics, the following data were collected

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The importance of excavators in hole-nesting communities

Jul 17, 2007 · Aitken KEH, Martin K (2004) Nest cavity availability and selection in aspen-conifer groves in a grassland landscape. Can J For Res 34:2099–2109. Article Google Scholar Aitken KEH, Wiebe KL, Martin K (2002) Nest-site reuse patterns for a cavity-nesting bird community in interior British Columbia. Auk 119:391–402

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Nest-site Characteristics of Hole-Nesting Birds in a

Apr 01, 2012 · Information on multi-scale habitat selection by old forest cavity excavators can be used to guide "what, where, and how much" structure to retain (e.g. Drapeau et al., 2009). There is limited information on multi-scale nest-site requirements of cavity excavators in the boreal plains as most studies have focused on habitat associations with bird occurrence or abundance …

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The role of wood hardness in limiting nest site selection

Jun 01, 2015 · Moreover, by not accounting for nest site limitations in PCEs, managers may overestimate the amount of suitable habitat. We therefore urge ecologists to incorporate quantitative measures of wood hardness into PCE nest site selection studies, and to consider the limitations faced by avian cavity excavators in forest management decisions.

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