Joel Ralston, William DeLuca and David King offer insight to spruce-fir forest-dependent birds
Posted: June 11th, 2015
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Joel R. Ralston and William V. DeLuca, both Environmental Conservation post-doctoral fellows, and David I. King, a research wildlife biologist in Environmental Conservation, with other colleagues have for the first time taken a regional look at trends in birds in hard-to-reach habitats by combining data from several local point counts to offer a new picture of how spruce-fir forest-dependent birds are faring, as published in Biological Conservation.