What is Forest Fragmentation and Why is it Important?


Forest fragmentation occurs when large, continuous forests are divided into smaller blocks, either by roads, clearing for agriculture, urbanization, or other human development. Ornithologists suspect that fragmentation harms many woodland birds by increasing their susceptibility to predation and nest parasitism.

The link address is: http://birds.cornell.edu/bfl/gen_instructions/fragmentation.html

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