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Cummins, G.C., S.J. Kendall, and E.H. Paxton. 2014. Productivity of forest birds at Hakalau Forest NWR. Hawaii Cooperative Studies Unit Technical Report. TR HCSU-0056, 24 pp.

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Hawai‘i has some of the most endangered avian species in the world, which face numerous threats from habitat loss, disease, climate change, and introduced species. This report details the results of a two-year productivity study of all forest bird species at Hakalau National Wildlife Refuge, Hawai‘i Island. We found and monitored nests from seven native species and three common non-native species of forest birds at three sites across the refuge. In addition to gathering important baseline information on productivity of forest birds, we examined differences in productivity between years, sites, and as a function of nest height. The weather differed greatly between the two years, with much more rain occurring in 2014. The daily survival [...]

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