Cutting Trees for the Early Birds

“U.S. Forest Service scientists recently published the results of one of the longest studies conducted on the effects of multiple forest harvest methods on early successional bird species. Published online in Forest Ecology and Management, the articleby Forest Service Southern Research Station research wildlife biologist Roger Perry and retired scientist Ron Thill presents findings from an 18-year study in pine-dominated stands on federal lands in Arkansas and Oklahoma.”

http://www.srs.fs.usda.gov/compass/2013/09/19/cutting-trees-for-the-early-birds/

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