Ecology and management of Larix forests: a look ahead
USDA Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station
Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-GTR-319
Biology | Life Sciences
Bird occurrences were evaluated under four stand conditions in western larch/Douglas-fir forests: clearcut, partial cut, unlogged (fragmented), and contiguous forest. Frequencies were noted for foraging guilds, tree gleaners, flycatchers, nesting guilds, tree drillers, and primary cavity nesters. Managers should consider a diversity of habitat conditions if maintaining habitat for bird species is an objective.
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Tobalske, Bret W.; Shearer, Raymond C.; and Hutto, Richard L., "Maintaining Bird Diversity in Western Larch/Douglas-fir Forests" (1995). Biological Sciences Faculty Publications. 367.