Density-dependent effects on nesting success of temperate-breeding Canada geese
Submitted by avianbiology on 2 July 2014.
Canada geese nesting in suburban environments are often considered a nuisance. However, their demographic expansion and ease of study offer the opportunity to examine important ecological processes. In this study, the authors conclude that both negative and positive density-dependent effects can affect nesting success of Canada geese.
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