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Human disturbance affects a deciduous forest bird community in the Andean foothills of Central Bolivia



Human disturbance affects a deciduous forest bird community in the Andean foothills of Central Bolivia



Bird Conservation International: 4, 363-380



Neotropical deciduous forests are threatened by anthropogenic activities and only a small area is protected against exploitation. In contrast to other Neotropical forest types, not much is known about the effect of habitat disturbance on deciduous forest bird communities. In the present study, we examine the effects of human disturbance on a deciduous forest bird community in the Andean foothills of Bolivia.

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Accession: 031735021

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DOI: 10.1017/s0959270908007326


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