Sex-specific Habitat Use by a Lekking Bustard: Conservation Implications for the Critically Endangered Bengal Florican (Houbaropsis bengalensis) in an Intensifying Agroecosystem

May 20, 2019

Gray, T.N.E., Hong, C., Collar, N.J. and Dolman, P.M.

Abstract.—Understanding sexual differences in habitat use is important for effective conservation management, particularly with regard to polygynous species, the sexes of which may differ in their responses to land-use change.


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