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Neotropical migratory breeding bird communities in riparian forests of different widths along the Altamaha River, Georgia

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Neotropical migratory breeding bird communities in riparian forests of different widths along the Altamaha River, Georgia; 1996; Article; Journal; Wilson Bulletin; Hodges, M.F., Jr.; Krementz, D.G.

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-We surveyed riparian forest corridors of different widths along the lower Altamaha River in Georgia in 1993 and 1994 to investigate the relationship between forest corridor width and Neotropical breeding bird community diversity and abundance. Species richness and abundance of three of six focal species increased with increasing forest corridor width. We suggest if Neotropical breeding bird communities are a target group, that land managers should consider leaving a 100 m buffer strip along riparian zones.

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