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Salmon subsidies predict territory size and habitat selection of an avian insectivore

Description: This dataset contains habitat, stream salmon biomass and bird survey data from a study conducted from April to July in 2015 and 2016 on the Central Coast of British Columbia near Bella Bella. We conducted surveys at eleven forest plots each centered around a stream (plot extending 375 m upstream and 125 m upland). The data in this dataset includes vegetation (shrub, forb, and tree) composition and cover at 49 plots per stream, annual spawning salmon biomass at each stream, and Pacific Wren density, body condition, territory size and countersinging rate.
Authors: Wilcox, Kirsten; Simon Fraser University; Environment and Climate Change Canada; ORCID iD 0000-0001-8333-9787
Wagner, Marlene A.; Simon Fraser University
Reynolds, John D.; Simon Fraser University; ORCID iD 0000-0002-0459-0074
Keywords: Salmon
Pacific wren
Territory size
Body condition
Field of Research: 
Biological sciences
Ecology (except applications)
Population ecology
Publication Date: 2021-05-31
Publisher: Federated Research Data Repository / dépôt fédéré de données de recherche
Funder: Simon Fraser University (SFU); Graduate Fellowship
National Research Council Canada (NRC); Discovery Grant
Geographic Coverage: 
Place Name
Central Coast
Bella Bella
Province /
Province / Territory
British Columbia
Geographic Point: 
Appears in Collections:SFU Research Data

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Wilcox, K., Wagner, M., Reynolds, J. (2021). Salmon subsidies predict territory size and habitat selection of an avian insectivore. Federated Research Data Repository.