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Bird Distribution in Relation to Forest Types in Gwangneung Forest
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Bird Distribution in Relation to Forest Types in Gwangneung Forest
Kwon, Young-Soo; Park, Sung-Keun; Hwang, Geun-Yeoun; Kim, Mi-Ran;
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 Abstract
This study was conducted from February 2005 to October 2007 to investigate bird distribution at three types of forest (mixed, broadleaf and coniferous) in Gwangneung forest. As a result, more birds used mixed forests than broodleaf and coniferous forest. During forest was opened to public, more birds also frequently used mixed forests. When forest was closed to public, there was no preference among three forest types. We also compared the number of species and individuals between open and restricted area. More species and individuals used restricted area.
 Keywords
bird distribution;forest types;Gwangneung forest;
 Language
Korean
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