Nesting White Ibis prey use in Everglades National Park in 2017 and 2018

Tasso Cocoves
As avian reproductive success is generally prey limited, identifying important prey types or sizes, and understanding mechanisms governing prey availability are important objectives for avian conservation ecology. Irruptive White Ibis (Eudocimus albus) nesting at coastal colonies in the southern Everglades numbered over 100,000 nests in the 1930s. A century of drainage and altered hydrologic patterns reduced aquatic prey availability and eliminated large nesting events; nesting activity in recent decades has been typically <5% of historical...
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