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Issue:ISSN 1000-7083
          CN 51-1193/Q
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The Survey of Bird Diversity in Different Habitat at Mamize Nature Reserve in
Author of the article:ZHANG Xiu-lei , LU Gang , LI Ren-gui , YANG Jie,YUE Bi-song , RAN Jiang-hong*
Author's Workplace:(Minstry of Education Key Laboratory of Eco-resources and Eco-environment College of Life Sciences , Sichuan University , Chengdu 610064)
Key Words:Mamize Nature Reserve ; bird ; habitat ; diversity
Abstract:The survey on the bird species and numbers conducted with the method of the point count during April to May 2006 at the Mamize Nature Reserve of Sichuan province . During the two months survey,1948 individuals of birds were recorded , belonging to 105 species , 23 families and 7orders. There are 6 species of birds protected nationally, and 7 national endemic species at this Nature Reserve . The analysis about the bird fauna suggest that the East-Asian Group species is dominant . There are four bird communities distinguished according to the habitat . The analysis about the bird diversity of the different habitat suggest that 1)The highest similarity of the bird community is the replanted forest and the shrub meadow , and the lowest is the shrub meadow and the primary forest . 2)The highest bird diversity is the secondary forest , and the lowest is the shrub meadow . 3The primary forest has the most species of birds protected nationally , and the national endemic species is fewer than the secondary forest . 4) The highest density of the birds in four bird community is the understorey.
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