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Small mammals in the diet of owls in the Masovian Landscape Park and its adjacent areas
The diet of three owl species was analysed in 32 sites localised in the Masovian Landscape Park and its outskirts to determine the structure of small mammal communities. Study was done in the years 1993–2016, 5,728 vertebrate prey (including 4,001 mammals) were collected. Five species of soricomorphs, six bats, 14 rodents and one species of Carnivora were found. Among mammals, Myodes glareolus had the greatest share in the diet of Strix aluco. Tyto alba most frequently caught Microtus arvalisdoi:10.3161/00159301ff2016.59.2.073 fatcat:g6v54vioqzfyxl4cbte237nzmm