Bird-habitat relationships on southeastern forest lands
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, Forest Service, 1982 - Nature - 417 pages
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0eGraaf 0ENSillES lN 1HE 1he breeding season 1he nesting season 1hese 1hey ABUN0ANCE S1A1US birds BREE0lNG 0ENSlliES lN breeding season extends Burleigh cavity Coastal Plain conifers elm-ash-cottonwood fall departure feet Florida FOO0 HABilS Foraging Forbush forests gleaning insectivore grass-forb ground nesting GUlL0 habitats HABllS hardwoods herbaceous insectivore insects KEY HABilA1 REQUlREMEN1S late April LEGAL S1A1US live oak live oak maritime lmhof lN 1HE SOU1HEAS1 loblolly longleaf pine longleaf pine-slash pine Lowery mainly marshes Mengel mid-April mid-May mixed pine-hardwood mountains nesting season extends Nests are built North Carolina nter numbers oak-gum-cypress Oberholser 1g74 open country Piedmont Potter PRlMARY HABilA1S REPRO0UCliON S1A1US OF SPEClES SAMPLE BREE0lNG 0ENSlliES SAMPLE WlN1ER 0ENSillES sap ling-poletimber saplings sawtimber sawtimber oak-hickory scrub oak shrub-seedling shrubs Southeast Sparrow species Spring arrival spring departure Sprunt and Chamberlain Stewart and Robbins thickets tree nesting usually vegetation type Verner and Boss Virginia Warbler Wintering WlN1ER 0ENSillES lN Woodpecker woods