Sandhill crane roosts use, channel characteristics, and environmental variables along the Platte River, Nebraska, 2003-2007
The central Platte River Valley represents a key mid-latitude stopover This dataset supports a contemporary analysis of nocturnal roost selection for sandhill cranes staging along the Platte River during 2003-2007. We explored variation in selection for previously established characteristics of roost sites, including river channel width, vegetation height along the river bank, and distance to nearest disturbance feature. This analysis also included novel environmental factors (yearly estimates of corn near roost sites, nightly temperature, wind speed, and river discharge) and how they may interact with the more established characteristics.
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Temporal, spatial and social segregation of red-billed choughs between two types of communal roost: a role for mating and territory acquisition
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