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Consequences Vol. 3, No. 1, 1997
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Table 2. Sensitivity of some forest and grassland
songbirds to fragmented habitat
Forest Birds
Highly Sensitive Moderately Sensitive Most Tolerant
Black-and white Warbler Acadian Flycatcher American Robin
Broad-winged Hawk Blue -gray Gnatcatcher Black-capped Chickadee
Brown Creeper Hairy Woodpecker Blue Jay
Cerulean Warbler Kentucky Warbler Brown-headed Cowbird
Hooded Warbler Louisiana Waterthrush Carolina Chickadee
Ovenbird Northern Parula Carolina Wren
Pileated Woodpecker Red-eyed Vireo Common Grackle
Veery Scarlet Tanager Ruby-throated Hummingbird
Worm-eating Warbler Summer Tanager Downy Woodpecker
Yellow-throated Vireo Tufted Titmouse Eastern Wood-Pewee
White-breasted Nuthatch Great Crested Flycatcher
Wood Thrush House Wren
Yellow-billed Cuckoo Indigo Bunting
Yellow-throated Warbler Northern Cardinal
Baltimore Oriole
Red-bellied Woodpecker
Red-headed Woodpecker
Rose-breasted Grosbeak
Rufous-sided Towhee
Grassland Birds
Highly Sensitive Moderately Sensitive Most Tolerant
Bobolink Eastern Meadowlark American Goldfinch
Great Prairie-Chicken Grasshopper Sparrow Common Yellowthroat
Henslow's Sparrow Sedge Wren Dickcissel
Northern Harrier Savannah Sparrow Field Sparrow
Short-eared Owl Western Meadowlark Northern Bobwhite
Red-winged Blackbird
Song Sparrow
Vesper Sparrow

Source: See Figure 2


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