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Table 2.1. Forest type and seral stage composition (proportion) of 14 pileated woodpecker pair territories at Hinton, Alberta, 1993–96. Territory number 1

2

3

4

5

a

Forest type

6 7 8 9 10 11 Proportion of habitat in territory

12

13

14

Pooled

b

Non-forest

4.1

2.6

5.5

16.4

5.5

10.9

4.1

2.4

4.3

14.4

28.3

18.0

2.7

0.4

8.4

Deciduous

11.5

1.8

16.4

8.0

10.3

6.1

2.5

16.0

6.3

34.5

3.6

2.2

21.0

3.3

11.7

Mixed

31.2

29.9

6.0

36.0

23.3

19.5

3.3

15.9

25.0

7.9

29.7

41.0

13.4

27.2

20.3

Upland spruce

15.2

43.7

14.4

27.1

45.6

54.6

8.4

36.7

24.5

3.0

31.0

27.9

9.1

55.8

25.4

Lowland spruce

37.7

22.0

2.4

12.0

9.6

6.3

2.6

26.1

34.6

7.6

6.1

9.6

3.7

8.1

13.4

0.2

0.0

55.2

0.5

5.8

2.6

79.1

2.9

5.3

32.6

1.2

1.4

50.2

5.1

20.9

Pine

Territory number 1

2

3

4

5

Seral stage Young

6 7 8 9 10 11 Proportion of habitat in territory

12

13

14

Pooled

5.5

20.9

11.3

8.1

0.0

0.0

10.7

1.9

3.9

0.0

0.6

0.0

33.5

0.0

9.1

Pole

27.7

20.4

67.1

29.3

19.7

37.5

48.9

54.4

25.0

14.3

40.0

50.5

21.9

18.3

32.9

Mature

57.7

42.2

12.7

26.2

65.8

26.4

33.1

37.0

27.7

68.1

28.5

29.5

37.3

51.6

39.4

9.0

16.5

8.8

36.4

14.6

36.1

7.3

6.7

43.4

17.5

30.9

19.9

7.3

30.1

18.5

Old a

See methods section for definitions of forest types and seral stages. Pooled values are derived from the sum of the area in each type or seral stage for all territories combined. b

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