Data from: A generalist bird exhibits site-dependent resource selection

Samantha M. Cady, Craig A. Davis, Dwayne R. Elmore, Samuel D. Fuhlendorf, Cameron Duquette, Evan P. Tanner & Matthew J. Carroll
Quantifying resource selection (an organism’s disproportionate use of available resources) is essential to infer habitat requirements of a species, develop management recommendations, predict species responses to changing conditions, and improve our understanding of the processes that underlie ecological patterns. Because study sites, even within the same region, can differ in both the amount and the arrangement of cover types, our objective was to determine whether proximal sites can yield markedly different resource selection results for...
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