Data from: Rat eradication and the resistance and resilience of passerine bird assemblages in the Falkland Islands

Michael A. Tabak, Sally Poncet, Ken Passfield, Jacob R. Goheen & Carlos Martinez Del Rio
Norway rats (Rattus norvegicus) were introduced to the Falkland Islands and are detrimental to native passerines. Rat eradication programs are being used to help protect the avifauna. The present study assesses the effectiveness of eradication programs while using this conservation practice as a natural experiment to explore the ecological resistance, resilience, and homeostasis of bird communities. We conducted bird surveys on 230 islands: 85 in the presence of rats, 108 that were historically free of...
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