By Colin J. Bibby, Neil D. Burgess, David A. Hill, Simon Mustoe
During this ebook there are whole chapters dedicated to the main accepted poultry counting innovations, and makes an attempt to amalgamate different counting methodologies into significant teams have been made. Examples of using equipment are supplied anywhere attainable and the relative worth of varied ways for answering particular questions can be addressed.
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- Provides a concise consultant to varied census suggestions and their possibilities and pitfalls
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It is important that birds are mapped accurately and, at this scale, symbols can be positioned to within about 10-20 m which is probably comparable to the error to be expected in m a p reading. Other scales between 1:5000 and 1:1250 may be preferred depending on the density of birds on the plot. It may be useful to reproduce copies from a traced and simplified outline if the m a p is too cluttered. In open or uniform areas, it is essential to mark selected stones or trees, or other features on the ground and on the m a p so that any bird can be located accurately.
It goes without saying that a suitable 56 Bird Census Techniques and well trained dog is needed if it is to do more good for the census than harm to the birds. 3. Consecutive flush Another way to make birds respond is to try to chase them to their territory boundaries. They will often fly readily within the territory but be reluctant to go beyond it. In this way, the extent of an individual's territory might be sketched with 10-20 flushes trying to move it round its boundary. With any luck, the neighbours might be seen or heard responding at a territory boundary.
It is our view that, in Britain, a tradition of using mapping methods (Chapter 3) for songbirds has represented an attempt to obtain better accuracy which may have been prejudicial to what might have been learnt by using quicker methods (Chapters 4 and 5) and collecting a greater spread of possibly less accurate data. T h e Bird Census Techniques attempt to produce completely accurate results at the expense of leaving precision and generality unattended may often be futile. 5). of bias In designing a study to handle bias it is necessary to understand its known sources.