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A Review of Studies on Avian Habitat Selection

Yang Weikang 1,2 Zhong Wenqin 1 Gao Xingyi 2 (1 Institute of zoology, CAS, Beijing, 100080) (2 Xinjiang institute of ecology and geography, CAS, Urumqi, 830011)  
Study of wildlife habitat selection is an important and basic part in zoology. For birds, habitat selection is on the basis of vegetation type. The environmental factors that influenced the avian habitat selection are various with different spatial scales. The avian habitat selection also changed with season. Though artificial bird nests experiments have become popular as subjects for testing avian nest site selection and nest predation rate, the quality of experiments need to be improved. Consequences of wildlife habitat fragmentation were discussed in this paper.
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