Cold weather increases winter site fidelity in a group-living passerine

Abstract

Site fidelity during the non-breeding season is beneficial if habitat quality and environmental predictability are high. In group-living species, the costs and benefits of site fidelity may be linked to the non-social (weather) and social (dominance hierarchy) environments, but little is known about factors influencing movements during the non-breeding… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10336-017-1505-0

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