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In winter, some temperate zone birds roost in tree cavities or nest boxes. Some bird species use the same cavities as breeding sites and roosting sites throughout the year while the others select new cavities for roosting in non-breeding season. Roosting in the cavities gains more thermal benefits and energy savings than roosting in nest boxes. However, roosting in nest boxes decreases the risk from predators and ectoparasites.

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สุปาณี เลี้ยงพรพรรณ, 0887846025

สาขาวิชาชีววิทยา คณะวิทยาศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยทักษิณ ตำบลบ้านพร้าว อำเภอป่าพะยอม จังหวัดพัทลุง 93110

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