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Reproduction biology of the taiga bunting emberiza tristrami



Reproduction biology of the taiga bunting emberiza tristrami



Vestnik Leningradskogo Universiteta Biologiya (2): 42-48



The most peculiar feature of the taiga bunting is its strict adherence to woods, particularly to taiga formed of cedars and broad leaved trees interspersed with firs and Abies. It nests aboveground in bushes and young Abies. The bunting retains a number of features which are characteristic for ground nesting birds.

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