Preliminary Report on Mammalian and Avian Species in Managed and Unmanaged Pocosins
National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Improvement, 1992 - Birds - 22 pages
Sampled 3 managed and 2 unmanaged in coastal North Carolina. Managed habitats were loblolly pine plantations and unmanaged habitats were natural short pocosins and natural tall pocosins.
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APPENDIX A MAMAL TRAPPING AND SCENT STATION DATA
ACROSS ALL TREATMENTS
amphibian species amphibians birds representing black bear breeding bird canopy plantation Capture success Carolina wren carolinensis closed-canopy plantations common yellowthroat commonly observed species cotton mice cotton rats Croatan National Forest evergreen shrub bogs Flycatcher gallberry golden mice greenbrier habitat type Hooded Warbler Indigo Bunting intensive forest management less commonly observed loblolly bay loblolly pine mammal mammal and bird managed and unmanaged mm.o Mouse NCASI North Carolina northern cardinal open-canopy plantations Pine Woods Snake pitfall plantation plantation pocosin habitat pocosin stands pond pines prairie warbler racoon reptiles and amphibians river otter rufous-sided towhee sampling point sampling was conducted scent stations short pocosin shrub bogs found Shrub density shrub species Skink snap traps southeastern SPECIES LISTS species observed species presence sweet bay tall pocosins thinned pine plantations thinned plantations Toad total observations Turtle unmanaged habitats unmanaged pocosins vegetation Weyerhaeuser white-eyed vireo winter bird Woodpecker x x x x x yellow-breasted chat