Data from: Finer-scale habitat predicts nest survival in grassland birds more than management and landscape: a multi-scale perspective

Justin J. Shew, Clay K. Nielsen, Donald W. Sparling & Clayton K. Nielsen
1. Birds may respond to habitat at multiple scales, ranging from microhabitat structure to landscape composition. North American grassland bird distributions predominantly reside on private lands, and populations have been consistently declining. Many of these lands are enrolled in U.S. federal conservation programmes, and properly guided management policies could alleviate declines. However, more evaluative research is needed on the effects of management policies juxtaposed with other multi-scale habitat features. Furthermore, research focused on nest survival...
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