Effects of Forest Characteristics on Wild Turkey Habitat Use in the Ouachita Mountains
Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station, Division of Agriculture, University of Arkansas, 1986 - Wild turkey - 24 pages
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Adult Females Spring Adult hens preferred Adult Males Spring Alabama annual home-range area Availability and Turkeys average characteristic class d.b.h. class data for spring discriminant analysis diversity indices eastem wild turkey even-aged fall and winter Females Spring 104 forest management forest types gobble counts habitat requirements hardwood harvest Juvenile Females Spring juvenile hens Juvenile Males loblolly pine Ludwig I980 Melchiors minimum method modiﬁed minimum National Wild Turkey older natural stands Ouachita Mountains Percent of locations Percentage of Availability pine BA pine basal area pine plantations pine-hardwood poletimber population density preferred natural proportion sawtimber stands Sex-Age Class shortleaf pine signiﬁcant SPSS stand age stand area stands with basal stands with diversity stands with high study area Summer 56 Symbols indicate significant Systat Table total basal area turkey populations University of Arkansas usually avoided stands variable Weyerhaeuser Company wild turkey habitat Wild Turkey Symposium Winter 57 Yell counties young plantations