Androgen in high concentrations in the blood of female western gulls,Larus occidentalis

@article{Wingfield1980AndrogenIH,
  title={Androgen in high concentrations in the blood of female western gulls,Larus occidentalis},
  author={John C Wingfield and Andy Newman and George L. Hunt and Donald S. Farner},
  journal={Naturwissenschaften},
  year={1980},
  volume={67},
  pages={514-515}
}
the local situation where the birds live, which may differ markedly within the distribution range of a bird species. And it may even include the possibility of their adjusting the sun compass to the seasonal changes in the sun's arc. Calculations have indicated that the pigeons' sun compass pays regard to the different rates of change of the sun's azimuth during the day [8]; our findings here offer a simple explanation how this is achieved. 

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