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Identifying predators and fates of grassland passerine nests using miniature video cameras

Description of the use of a miniature video-camera system deployed at nests of passerine species in North Dakota to videotape predation of eggs or nestlings by animals such as mice, ground squirrels, deer, cowbirds and others.

by Pietz, Pamela J.; Granfors, Diane A.; and Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center (Sponsor)
Related topics:
Birds, Carnivores, Grassland ecosystems, Organism growth and development, Population and community ecology, Vertebrate zoology, Video monitoring
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