oa Madoqua - Resource partitioning in coexisting Namib Desert owls, Bubo africanus and Tyto alba
|Article Title||Resource partitioning in coexisting Namib Desert owls, Bubo africanus and Tyto alba|
|© Publisher:||Namibian Ministry of Environment and Tourism|
|Affiliations||1 *Desert Ecological Research Unit, Gobabeb, South West Africa/Namibia. **Division or Nature Conservation, Windhoek, South West Africa/Namibia|
|Publication Date||Jan 1983|
|Pages||221 - 227|
|Keyword(s)||Alluvial flood-plain, Arthropods, Biomass, Black-tailed tree rats, Diurnal rock rats, Feathers, Namaqua gerbils, Prey size, Pygmy rock mouse, Rodents and Skulls|
Resource partitioning in two coexisting owls. spotted eagle (Bubo africanus) and barn (Tyto alba) was studied in the Kuiseb. Significant diffirences in the proportions of different captured prey were found to exist between owls, habitats, seasons, and prey size classes.
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