Data from: The importance of size, location and vegetation composition of perennial fallows for farmland birds

Kim S. Meichtry-Stier, Jérôme Duplain, Michael Lanz, Bernard Lugrin & Simon Birrer
Across Europe, patches of un-cropped land (field margins, fallows etc.) have been established and managed as part of agri-environment schemes (AES) to counteract the decrease of farmland biodiversity. Various studies demonstrate a positive impact of such un-cropped land on different taxa. However, there is potential to further improve the efficiency of fallow options for farmland birds. In a long-term monitoring, 12 breeding farmland bird species and sizes of perennial fallows were recorded from 1992 to...
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