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- Holland, John M., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Acta ornithologica 2016 v.51 no.2 pp. 199-209
- Emberiza; agri-environmental policy; agricultural land; biodiversity; birds; breeding; chicks; edge effects; floriculture crops; foraging; grasses; habitat preferences; habitats; intensive farming; invertebrates; legumes; nectar; nesting; nesting sites; pollen; predator avoidance; sward; territoriality; wild flowers; Europe
- ... Agri-Environment Schemes (AES) have been implemented across Europe in an attempt to address biodiversity losses associated with agricultural intensification. For many declining farmland bird species, the reduced availability and suitability of nesting and foraging habitats are thought to play a major role in population declines and some AES have hoped to counteract this by encouraging the provisio ...