Management of the threatened southeastern American kestrel in Florida: population responses to a regional nest-box program

J. A. Smallwood, M. W. Collopy

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Abstract

Population densities of kestrels (Falcos sparverius paulus) were monitored on August 1989 to 1992 along 20 16-km roadside transects in northcentral Florida. Data obtained revealed that mean densities along the control transects did not change significantly with time, while mean densities along experimental transects increased geometrically. Based on the results, recommendations for selecting nest-box locations were established.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNCASI Technical Bulletin
PublisherNCASI
Pages496-497
Number of pages2
Volume2
Edition781
StatePublished - 1 May 1999

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    Smallwood, J. A., & Collopy, M. W. (1999). Management of the threatened southeastern American kestrel in Florida: population responses to a regional nest-box program. In NCASI Technical Bulletin (781 ed., Vol. 2, pp. 496-497). NCASI.