Status, trends, and implications for the conservation of heron and egret nesting colonies in the San Francisco Bay area

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Kelly, J. P.
Etienne, K. L.
Strong, C.
McCaustland, M.
Parkes, M. L.

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2007

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Journal Article

Nesting distribution, abundance, and reproductive success of colonially nesting herons and egrets in the central coastal region of California surrounding the San Francisco Estuary were analyzed from 1991 to 2005. Nesting activity among nine major wetland subregions was compared with regard to nesting distribution, nest survivorship, productivity of successful nests, habitat characteristics, and intraseasonal timing.

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Kelly, J. P., K. L. Etienne, C. Strong, M. McCaustland, and M. L. Parkes. 2007. Status, trends, and implications for the conservation of heron and egret nesting colonies in the San Francisco Bay area. Waterbirds 30: 455-478.

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