volume 7, issue 1, P93-105 2004
DOI: 10.1017/s1367943003001185
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Abstract: Management strategies that attempt to mitigate tropical biodiversity loss require detailed studies of biodiversity in different land-uses. In this study the community structure and species richness of songbirds was characterised along with the vegetation structure, in three land-use types in and around a tropical forest reserve in Uganda (intact, mature forest; regenerating secondary forest; smallholder agriculture). Each land-use type had 30-35 count stations that were sampled twice by means of a 15-min reco…

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