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Home range and survival of breeding painted buntings on Sapelo Island, Georgia

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Home range and survival of breeding painted buntings on Sapelo Island, Georgia; 2005; Article; Journal; Wildlife Society Bulletin; Springborn, E.G.; Meyers, J.M.

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The southeastern United States population of the painted bunting (Passerina ciris) has decreased approximately 75% from 1966-1996 based on Breeding Bird Survey trends. Partners in Flight guidelines recommend painted bunting conservation as a high priority with a need for management by state and federal agencies. Basic information on home range and survival of breeding painted buntings will provide managers with required habitat types and estimates of land areas necessary to maintain minimum population sizes for this species. We radiotracked after-second-year male and after-hatching-year female buntings on Sapelo Island, Georgia, during the breeding seasons (late April-early August) of 1997 and 1998. We used the animal movement extension [...]

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