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Breeding Status of the Black Woodpecker (Dryocopus martius) in Gayasan National Park
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 Title & Authors
Breeding Status of the Black Woodpecker (Dryocopus martius) in Gayasan National Park
Kwon, Young Soo; Jeon, Se Kun; Seol, Jeong Wook; Kim, Im Gyu;
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 Abstract
This study was conducted from April 2012 to June 2012 to analyze breeding status of Black woodpeckers (Dryocopus martius) in the Gayasan National Park. Nest height, tree diameter which a nest built and altitude at the nest site of Black woodpeckers were 17.4 m, 63.8 cm and 587 m, respectively. A pair of Black woodpeckers completed a clutch in 4 eggs on 7 May and 3 of eggs hatched on 24 May 2012. Both female and male incubated eggs and never left eggs without one of parents. A male more contributed to build a nest than a female. Incubation duration was higher in a male than in a female. Nestlings made a begging call in a nest during the growing period. Begging frequency of nestlings increased from 11 days up to 20 days after hatching. After then, nestlings reduced begging and fledged a nest 24 days after hatching. This study provided information of breeding ecology to protect and manage population of Black woodpeckers which are endangered species in South Korea.
 Keywords
black woodpecker;begging call;Gayasan National Park;incubation duration;
 Language
Korean
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한국에 서식하는 딱다구리목 드러밍의 생물음향학적 특성 연구,기경석;홍석환;김지연;

한국환경생태학회지, 2014. vol.28. 4, pp.404-410 crossref(new window)
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