CAUSES AND FITNESS CONSEQUENCES OF NATAL DISPERSAL IN A POPULATION OF BLACK KITES

@article{Forero2002CAUSESAF,
  title={CAUSES AND FITNESS CONSEQUENCES OF NATAL DISPERSAL IN A POPULATION OF BLACK KITES},
  author={M. Forero and J. Don{\'a}zar and F. Hiraldo},
  journal={Ecology},
  year={2002},
  volume={83},
  pages={858-872}
}
Natal dispersal is of central interest when determining demography and genetic structure of populations and managing endangered species with fragmented distributions. However, methodological limitations linked to spatial and temporal constraints have prevented studies of natal dispersal in long-lived birds. Moreover, the consequences of natal dispersal have mainly been related to the first breeding attempt rather than to lifetime reproductive success. We studied the causes and fitness… Expand
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