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Birds of Indian Subcontinent

Recolonization by Bird Species on Burnt Woodland

Publication Type:Journal Article
Year of Publication:1940
Authors:Morley, A
Journal:Journal of Animal Ecology
Volume:9
Issue:1
Date Published:1940
ISBN Number:00218790
Keywords:Anthus, Anthus trivialis, Caprimulgidae, Caprimulgus, Caprimulgus europaeus, Columba, Columba palumbus, Columbidae, Erithacus, Erithacus rubecula, Fringilla, Fringilla coelebs, Fringillidae, Motacillidae, Muscicapidae, Troglodytes, Troglodytes troglodytes, Troglodytidae
Abstract:The bird life on 200 acres of burnt woodland in East Sussex was noted in the first and fourth summer after burning. In the first breeding season in five habitats, two species, mistle-thrush and nightjar, were present. In the fourth, in five habitats, six species were present: tree pipit, willow-wren, and robin over the whole area; chaffinch, whitethroat and wood-pigeon on the fringe only. On unburnt forest, in twelve main habitats, thirty-six species were noted.
URL:http://www.jstor.org/stable/1429
Short Title:Journal of Animal Ecology
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