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Assortative Mating as a Mechanism for Rapid Evolution of a Migratory Divide
There have been numerous recent observations of changes in the behavior and dynamics of migratory bird populations, but the plasticity of the migratory trait and our inability to track small animalsExpand
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Ecomorphology of the External Flight Apparatus of Blackcaps (Sylvia atricapilla) with Different Migration Behavior
  • W. Fiedler
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
  • 1 June 2005
Abstract: An analysis of the external flight apparatus of 700 blackcaps from eight different populations (sedentary to long‐distance migrators) is presented. With increasing migration distances ofExpand
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All across Africa: highly individual migration routes of Eleonora's falcon
Eleonora's falcon (Falco eleonorae) is a rare raptor species that delays its breeding period until late summer to feed its young with passerines at the peak of autumn migration. Since the 1950s, thisExpand
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Birds and Climate Change
Introduction Arrival and departure dates Migrators fuelling and global climate change Using large scale data from ringed birds for the investigation of effects of climate change on migrating birds:Expand
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Effects of Climate Change on Birds
SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION SECTION 2: CLIMATE SECTION 3: METHODS FOR STUDYING CLIMATE CHANGE EFFECTS SECTION 4: BIOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF CLIMATE CHANGE
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Movements of European stonechats Saxicola torquata according to ringing recoveries
Ringing recoveries of European Stonechats Saxicola torquata increased more than tenfold to 1162 since the last in-depth analysis in 1965. This paper presents a new overview over all recoveries andExpand
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25-Year Study of the Population Development of Central European Songbirds: A General Decline, Most Evident in Long-Distance Migrants
During the past century a decline hasbeen noted in European bird popula-tions, both in large species [1] andpossibly also in songbirds [2]. Todaythe “Red List” (of endangered spe-cies) includes aboutExpand
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Using large-scale data from ringed birds for the investigation of effects of climate change on migrating birds: Pitfalls and prospects
Publisher Summary Ringing recovery datasets at ringing centres cover large areas and long time-spans, and, therefore, they are interesting for investigating long-term changes in bird migration. ThisExpand
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