Christopher J. Reynolds

Utilization of Avian Community Parameters for the Evaluation of Forest Management Practices on a Contiguous Wildlife Refuge and Forest Service Land Base

Certain species of neotropical migrant songbirds have been decreasing in abundance throughout their breeding range for prolonged periods and a cause of immediate concern. Information on the extent of changes in habitats caused by land management practices and use of such habitats by forest bird communities is critical for management. This study was designed in order to establish a long-term system for avian population monitoring at Tombigbee National Forest and Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge located in north central Mississippi. Avian communities were used to evaluate the impact of...

Year
2008