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Modeling Avian Abundance: Results - Kentucky Warbler

These are draft results under scientific review.

Modeling Avian Abundance: Results
  Avian Species-of-Concern in the Appalachian Mountains (Bird Conservation Region 28)

Kentucky Warbler
Oporornis formosus

Kentucky Warbler

Kentucky Warbler

AOU Code KEWA
Habitat Association Humid deciduous forest with dense undergrowth, dense second growth, shady ravines, and swamp edges; in migration, a variety of wooded habitats; in winter, primarily broadleaf forest with dense undergrowth (AOU 1998).
Nest Type and Location open-cup, ground/low-nesting
Migration Status Neotropical

 

   

Kentucky Warbler Predicted Relative Abundance Map
This map indicates predicted relative species abundance. The predicted count of any cell in the map represents the expected count if a Breeding Bird Survey route were centered on that cell.

Kentucky Warbler Predicted Relative Abundance Map

Kentucky Warbler Mean Abundance Map

Kentucky Warbler Mean Abundance Map

 

Kentucky Warbler Best Model

Kentucky Warbler
Variable 2.50% Median 97.50%
Slope of the temporal trend -0.041 -0.029 -0.016
Proportion of the landscape in Deer Forage -0.112 0.012 0.138
Proportion of landscape in Wooded Wetland -0.187 0.086 0.347
Mean Precipitation -0.487 -0.188 0.089
Mean Wetness Potential -0.500 -0.287 -0.078
Proportion of the landscape in Oak/Elm -0.058 0.117 0.284
Area-weighted Mean Patch Size of Forest@ -0.148 -0.010 0.139
Forest Edge Density -0.112 0.067 0.251
Proportion of landscape in Forest 0.241 0.483 0.713
Brown-headed Cowbird Relative Abundance 0.076 0.272 0.484
Acid Deposition -0.037 0.025 0.089
Soil pH -0.190 0.017 0.239
Interaction of Acid Deposition and Soil pH -0.048 0.010 0.067
Intercept -4.727 -0.642 2.210
Observer Effect -4.070 -1.190 2.896
@ After adjusting for proportion of forest
 

Kentucky Warbler Validation Plot

Kentucky Warbler Validation Plot

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