Technical Bulletin No. 0822: Accommodating Birds in Managed Forests of North America: A Review of Bird-Forestry Relationships

Managed forests of North America provide important breeding and wintering habitat for many bird species. It is therefore essential that we understand all aspects of bird-forestry relationships if forest managers are to balance the needs of birds with timber harvest objectives. To help meet this need, herein we review 116 research articles, dating from 1960 to 1998, that have examined bird-forestry relationships in managed forests across North America.