Data from: Bird use of fields treated post-harvest with two types of flooding in Tulare Basin, California

Fleskes JP, Skalos DA, Farinha MA

Date Published: February 2, 2012

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.9b6qj34p

 

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Description Table S1. Microsoft Excel file containing data used in the analysis of bird use of grain and non-grain fields treated with two types of post-harvest flooding that differed in depth and duration (Flood-type [FLD] fields were flooded with <1 cm–1.5 m water for >1 week; Irrigated-type [IRG] fields were flooded with <1 cm–15 cm water for <1 week) in the Tulare Basin of California, 19 August–6 December 2005. Surveys were grouped by time of day into early-day (< 4 hours post sunrise), mid-day (> 4 hours post sunrise and > 4 hours before sunset) and late-day (< 4 hours before sunset) periods. Counts for each survey are presented by species and for waterfowl (includes ducks and geese), other waterbirds (includes coots, shorebirds, grebes, pelicans, herons, egrets, gulls, and terns), non-waterbirds (includes passerines, raptors, and vultures) and total birds (See Table 1 for species).
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Fleskes JP, Skalos DA, Farinha MA (2012) Bird use of fields treated post-harvest with two types of flooding in Tulare Basin, California. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 3(1): 164-174. http://dx.doi.org/10.3996/092011-JFWM-056

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Fleskes JP, Skalos DA, Farinha MA (2012) Data from: Bird use of fields treated post-harvest with two types of flooding in Tulare Basin, California. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.9b6qj34p
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