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Area Sensitivity of Grassland Sparrows Overwintering in a South Carolina Forested Landscape
Southeastern naturalist (Steuben, Me.)
We assessed area sensitivity of overwintering Peucaea aestivalis (Bachman's Sparrow), Ammodramus savannarum (Grasshopper Sparrow), and A. henslowii (Henslow's Sparrow) within utility rights-of-way (ROWs) at the US Department of Energy's Savannah River Site (SRS) in South Carolina. We compared sparrow abundance among 4 ROW-width classes (25-44.9 m, 45-64.9 m, 65-84.9 m, and ≥85 m) and used landform index (LFI; a measure of topography and environmental exposure) as a covariate in our analyses todoi:10.1656/058.014.0305 fatcat:2rygnmge5zdmjdtohefaqqp66e