Ecology and Conservation of Forest Birds is a unique review of
current understanding of the relationships between forest birds and
their changing environments. Large ecological changes are being
driven by forest management, climate change, introduced pests and
pathogens, abiotic disturbances, and overbrowsing. Many forest bird
species have suffered population declines, with the situation being
particularly severe for birds dependent on attributes such as dead
wood, old trees and structurally complex forests. With a focus on
the non-tropical parts of the Northern Hemisphere, the text
addresses the fundamental evolutionary and ecological aspects of
forest birds using original data analyses and synthesising reviews.
The characteristics of bird assemblages and their habitats in
different European forest types are explored, together with the
macroecological patterns of bird diversity and conservation issues.
The book provides a valuable reference for ecologists,
ornithologists, conservation professionals, forest industry
employees, and those interested in birds and nature.
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