Habitat Use and Body Mass Regulation among Warblers in the Sahel Region during the Non-Breeding Season

@inproceedings{Vafidis2014HabitatUA,
  title={Habitat Use and Body Mass Regulation among Warblers in the Sahel Region during the Non-Breeding Season},
  author={James O Vafidis and Ian P Vaughan and T. Hefin Jones and Richard J. Facey and Rob G Parry and Robert Joseph Thomas},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
Migratory birds face significant challenges across their annual cycle, including occupying an appropriate non-breeding home range with sufficient foraging resources. This can affect demographic processes such as over-winter survival, migration mortality and subsequent breeding success. In the Sahel region of Africa, where millions of migratory songbirds attempt to survive the winter, some species of insectivorous warblers occupy both wetland and dry-scrubland habitats, whereas other species are… CONTINUE READING
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