Golden-winged Warbler post-fledging movement and stand-scale habitat selection

Cameron Fiss, Darin McNeil, Amanda Rodewald, Joseph Duchamp & Jeffery Larkin
Our understanding of songbird habitat needs during the breeding season stems largely from studies of nest success. However, growing evidence shows that nesting habitat and post-fledging habitat often differ. Management guidelines for declining species need to be revaluated and updated to account for habitat shifts that may occur across the full breeding cycle. The Golden-winged Warbler (Vermivora chrysoptera) is a declining songbird species for which best management practices (BMPs) are based overwhelmingly on nesting habitat....
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