Data from: Restoring fire to grasslands is critical for migrating shorebird populations

Torre J. Hovick, J. Matthew Carroll, R. Dwayne Elmore, Craig A. Davis & Samuel D. Fuhlendorf
Fire is a disturbance process that maintains the structure and function of grassland ecosystems while sustaining grassland biodiversity. Conversion of grasslands to other land uses coupled with altered disturbance regimes have greatly diminished the habitat available to many grassland dependent species. These changes have been linked to declines in breeding bird populations, but may also be critical for migrating bird populations such as those shorebird species that depend on mesic grasslands during migration. We examined...
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