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Winter habitat of Kirtland's warbler: an endangered nearctic/neotropical migrant

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Winter habitat of Kirtland's warbler: an endangered nearctic/neotropical migrant; 1998; Article; Journal; Wilson Bulletin; Sykes, P.W., Jr.; Clench, M.H.

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Habitats of Kirtland?s Warbler (Dendroica kirtlandii) on the wintering grounds in the Bahama Archipelago are presented based upon data from 29 specimens, two bandings, and 67 sightings of at least 61 individuals on 13 islands scattered through the region. Major emphasis is placed on a study site in central Eleuthera, with additional information on sites on Grand Turk, North Caicos, and Crooked Island. The warblers used upland habitats that have a low shrub/scrub component with a patchiness of small openings and openings within the vegetation at the ground level. Six broad habitats were identified as being used: Natural Shrub/Scrub, Secondary Shrub/Scrub, Low Coppice, Pineland Understory, Saline/Upland Ecotone, and Suburban; High Coppice [...]

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