Home range size and habitat use of the blue-crowned laughingthrush during the breeding season

@article{Liu2020HomeRS,
  title={Home range size and habitat use of the blue-crowned laughingthrush during the breeding season},
  author={T. Liu and Yong-tao Xu and B. Mo and J. Shi and Y. Cheng and W. Zhang and Fumin Lei},
  journal={PeerJ},
  year={2020},
  volume={8}
}
  • T. Liu, Yong-tao Xu, +4 authors Fumin Lei
  • Published 2020
  • Biology, Medicine
  • PeerJ
  • The home range size and habitat use of the blue-crowned laughingthrush (Garrulax courtoisi, hereafter BCLT), a critically endangered, subtropical, cooperative-breeding bird species in southeast China, were studied during its breeding period using radio telemetry at different sites during 3 consecutive years (2016–18, from May to June of each year). A total of 17 birds (12 males, four females, and one of unknown sex) were tagged, and a total 1515 locations (mean ± se = 89.12 ± 11.42) were… CONTINUE READING

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