Alan Lee

PhD - The importance of mineral licks to the distribution and abundance of parrots in lowland forest, southeastern Peru

in association with the Tambopata Macaw Project

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Lee, A.T., Kumar, S., Brightsmith, D. & Marsden, S.J. (2010). 
    Distribution of claylicks and their use by parrots across South         America: Do patterns of where help answer the question why?         Ecography
Lee, A.T.K. & Marsden, S.J. The influence of habitat, season and detectability on abundance estimates across an Amazonian parrot assemblage. 

Lee, A.T.K (2002) The effect of Trail Usage on Mammal Distribution
    at Explorer´s Inn, Tambopata. A Resident Naturalist Report

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