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Effect of forest fragmentation on bird populations
Originally published in Management of North Central and Northeastern Forests for Nongame Birds, U.S. Forest Service General Technical Report NC-51, 1979. p. 198-213. Use Treesearch URL. The wisc.edu URL displays as individual jpg pages.