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Management of Midwestern Landscapes for the Conservation of Neotropical Migratory Birds

Edited by: Frank R. Thompson, III

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North Central Forest Experiment Station USDA Forest Service

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Proceedings of a symposium held December 5, 1995 in Detroit, Michigan.

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Table of Contents

Threats to breeding neotropical migratory birds in the Midwest
 S.K. Robinson 
1
A multi-scale assessment of the geographic and ecological distribution of Midwestern neotropical migratory birds 
J. R. Probst and F.R. Thompson
22
Metapopulations, sources and sinks, and the conservation of neotropical migratory birds in the Midwest 
T. M. Donovan, D. A. Clark, R.W. Howe, and B. J. Danielson
41
Management of northern prairies and wetlands for the conservation of neotropical migratory birds
 D. H. Johnson
53
Management of agricultural landscapes for the conservation of neotropical migratory birds
 R. R. Koford and L. B. Best 
68
Management of Midwestern grassland landscapes for the conservation of migratory birds
J. R. Herkert, D. W. Sample, and R. E. Warner
89
Management of central hardwood landscapes for the conservation of migratory birds
 F. R. Thompson, III and S. K. Robinson, D. R. 
117
Whitehead, and J. D. Brawn 117 Management of western Great Lakes forests for the conservation of neotropical migratory birds
 R. W. Howe, G.Niemi, and J. R. Probst
144
The importance of floodplain forests in the conservation and management of neotropical migratory birds in the Midwest
 M. G. Knutson, J. P. Hoover, and E. E. Klaas
168
Non-breeding season considerations for the conservation of migratory birds in the Midwest: post-breeding and wintering periods
 J. Faaborg, A. D. Anders, M. Baltz, and W. K. Gram
189
Ecology of migratory landbirds during migration in the Midwest
 D. N. Ewert and M. J. Hamas
200

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