Habitat selection in transformed landscapes and the role of forest remnants and shade coffee in the conservation of resident birds

Lina María Sánchez‐Clavijo, Nicholas James Bayly & Pedro Francisco Quintana‐Ascencio
1. Biodiversity conservation in transformed landscapes is becoming increasingly important. However, most assessments of the value of modified habitats rely heavily on species presence and/or abundance, masking ecological processes such as habitat selection and phenomena like ecological traps, which may render species persistence uncertain. High species richness has been documented in tropical agroforestry systems but comparisons with native habitat remnants generally lack detailed information on species demography and habitat use. 2. We generated a multi-species,...
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