Studies of bird populations in different habitats of the southeastern U. S. have lagged behind similar studies from other parts of the country. This is particularly true with respect to quantitative studies of avian populations. During the early part of the summer of 1966, a study of bird populations and habitat associations was initiated at the University of Alabama Biological Station in Hale County. This investigation was part of a series of studies to be done at that Station.
Author: David T. Rogers
Volume Number: 15 Year Published: 1967
Issue Number: 2
Page Number: 22
Link to article: http://birdlife.aosbirds.org/1967/Vol 15 No. 2_1967_p22-23.pdf
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