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Hermit Warbler - VizBand/Land AIC Model Selection Created: 12-Aug-2011 Hermit Warbler annual capture rate of adult (ADULT) individuals (log transformed) ranged between -0.281 and +2.243 with a mean value of +0.981 and a median value of +0.875. ________________________________________ Model 1 (3 parameters) Hermit Warbler annual capture rate of adult (ADULT) individuals (log transformed) was a function of: a) GTOPO30_AL (+0.20641) - elevation (m), ranged between +5.119 and +8.376 (95% CL) with a mean value of +6.747 and a median value of +7.137, b) NLCD06AG5KP (-0.19572) - percent agricultural/grassland cover, 990m-resolution in a landscape context of 5km radius, ranged between -0.657 and +2.530 (95% CL) with a mean...
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The selected landscape model (equivalent by ICOMP) for Lincoln’s Sparrow adult (AHY) captures predicted (in agreement with Finch 1989) that adults were increasingly more commonly captured with elevation, in this case above 750m to a maximum of 2,600m (mean ~1,400m), in more fragmented forested landscapes (95% confidence limits suggested a range of 10-50% forest cover within 5km context). The model (N=34, R2=0.25, P<0.05) also predicts higher numbers away from streams with sparse impervious cover (mean 2%), often representing forest roads. This landscape pattern is typical of intensively managed forests at higher elevations, including Wenatchee National Forest where high numbers of Lincoln’s Sparrows are captured...
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The selected landscape model (equivalent by ICOMP) for Lincoln’s Sparrow adult (AHY) captures predicted (in agreement with Finch 1989) that adults were increasingly more commonly captured with elevation, in this case above 750m to a maximum of 2,600m (mean ~1,400m), in more fragmented forested landscapes (95% confidence limits suggested a range of 10-50% forest cover within 5km context). The model (N=34, R2=0.25, P<0.05) also predicts higher numbers away from streams with sparse impervious cover (mean 2%), often representing forest roads. This landscape pattern is typical of intensively managed forests at higher elevations, including Wenatchee National Forest where high numbers of Lincoln’s Sparrows are captured...


    map background search result map search result map Hermit Warbler (ADULT) BBS Lincoln's Sparrow Lincolns Sparrow (AHY) Lincolns Sparrow _HY_ Lincolns Sparrow (AHY) Lincolns Sparrow _HY_ BBS Lincoln's Sparrow Hermit Warbler (ADULT)