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Use of small streams and forest gaps for breeding habitats by winter wrens in Coastal British Columbia
(WSU Press, 2002)
Few studies have examined the value of riparian areas adjacent to streams <=10-m wide as habitat for forest birds. In mature (80-120 years) and young (40-60 years) coastal forests of southern British Columbia, Canada, we ...
Chronological dating of high-elevation dead and dying trees on northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia
(WSU Press, 2000)
Tree rings were analysed in order to determine the time of death for 18 moribund and dead trees of 3 species used as roosts by bats on the upper slopes (700-1500 m altitude) of Mt. Cain, northern Vancouver Island, Canada. ...