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Rookery Island Bird Abundance as a Function of Habitat Change: A 40 year study


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Abstract

Rookery islands contain a variety of breeding coastal waterbirds on the South-Central Texas Gulf Coast. This study uses occupancy and abundance observations from 1973-2015 to investigate the relationship between bird abundance and vegetation/nesting dynamics on rookery islands over 40 years.

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Madrid, M. (2018). Rookery Island Bird Abundance as a Function of Habitat Change: A 40 year study, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/7c686942857a4e52b518a2c1c1edd7a8

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