Birds of a Great Basin Sagebrush Habitat in East-Central Nevada

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United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service (1992)
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  • Subject: birds | great | basin | sagebrush | habitat | east | central | Nevada | Animal Sciences

Breeding bird populations ranged from 3.35 to 3.48 individuals/ha over a 3-year study conducted from 1981 to 1983. Brewer's sparrows, sage sparrows, sage thrashers, and black-throated sparrows were numerically dominant. Horned larks and western meadowlarks were less common. Results are compared with bird populations in Great Basin sagebrush habitats elsewhere in the United States.
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