Data from: Comparison of the reproductive biology of hole-nesting passerines breeding in oak and spruce forest on Velký Kosíř hill nearby Prostějov

Jan Stříteský & Miloš Krist
Avian breeding densities are often considered to be suitable proxies of habitat quality. However, this simple method to estimation of habitat quality has some shortcomings. Better than simply relying on breeding densities it is to consider also survival and reproductive success of birds inhabiting respective habitats. Here we compared the proportion of occupied nest-boxes and reproductive success of birds between two contrasting environments – deciduous (Quercus petraea) and coniferous (Picea abies) forests. Proportion of occupied...
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