Managed logging negatively affects the density and abundance of some dry forest specialist bird species of northeastern Brazil

Jonathan Ribeiro, Flor Ias-Casas, Weber Silva & Luciano Naka
The Caatinga, the largest region of seasonally dry tropical forest in the Neotropics, suffers high rates of deforestation and habitat degradation, mostly due to wood extraction. As an alternative to illegal logging, governments have looked at more sustainable management schemes, allowing natural regeneration after logging through relatively long (~ 25-yr) harvest rotations. We investigated the impacts of forest management at a 1,700-ha privately-owned area located at the Araripe Plateau, in the semi-arid interior of northeastern...
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