Population trends and habitat occurrence of forest birds on Southern national forests, 1992-2004
USDA Forest Service, 2007 - Nature - 260 pages
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Mean Number of Observations per Count and Percent Annual
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0.00 All forest 0.00 Glade-shrub-savanna 0.00 Maple-beech-birch 90-percent confidence limit Acadian flycatcher American Atlantic Coastal Plain Bird Survey indicates birds of North Breeding Bird Survey CD CD change 90-percent confidence confidence intervals Cove hardwood 0.00 Cumberland Plateau East Gulf Eastern towhee Eastern wood-pewee Elm-ash-cottonwood 0.00 Estimates based exclude zero forest types forests by region Gulf Coastal Plain habitats Hardwood-pine 0.00 hawk intervals that exclude junoo Loblolly-shortleaf 0.00 Longleaf-slash 0.00 Louisiana waterthrush Lower Upper Southern lunoo jad suouBAjasqo management indicator species Maple-beech-birch 0.00 Marion and Sumter Mean Total Percent Mid-Atlantic Ridge national forests Table Northern bobwhite Northern cardinal Northern parula number of points Oak-gum-cypress Oak-hickory observations per count points with confidence Riparian Sand pine-oak 0.00 Southern Blue Ridge southern national forests sparrow species from 1966 Spruce-fir successional stages Trend estimates Upper Southern Region Valley Southern West Gulf Coastal White pine-hemlock 0.00 White-eyed vireo Yellow-throated vireo Yellow-throated warbler