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Seasonal variation in nest site selection by the Abert's towhee (Pipilo aberti) was studied in honey mesquite (Prosopis glandulosa) habitat along the lower Colorado River from March to July, 1981. Stepwise discriminant function analysis identified nest vegetation type, nest direction, and nest height as the three most important variables that characterized the difference between early and late nest sites. Early nests were typically placed low on the southeastern sides of small shrubs ordoi:10.2307/3671275 fatcat:vftplw5mqfdxtatce6wvlrcpza