Effect of Habitat Types on Breeding Bird Assemblages in the Sidi Reghis Forests (Oum El Bouaghi, North-Eastern Algeria)
Abderraouf Chouaib Rebbah1, Mohcen Menaa2,*, Salah Telailia3,Menouar Saheb1 and Mohamed Cherif Maazi2
Geographic location of the mountain of Sidi Reghis.
The relative abundance (A), species richness (B), and species diversity of forest birds in mixed oak-pine forests (Mix), oak woodlands (Oak), and pine woodlands (Pine) (C). Left graphic represent signiﬁcant (p < 0.05) pairwise differences between forest types for each community parameters.
Shepard plot for nonmetric multidimensional scaling (NMDS) results. Dashed line signifies a perfect linear relationship between calculated and ordination distances.
Nonmetric multidimensional scaling (NMDS) analysis ordination biplot based on Bray-Curtis coefficient of similarities between avian assemblages and habitat types in the mountain of Sidi Reghis (stress=0.185). Oak, oak woodlands; Mix, mixed oak-pine forests; Pine, pine woodlands.