Key factors that influence breeding performance in raptors

@inproceedings{Paviour2013KeyFT,
  title={Key factors that influence breeding performance in raptors},
  author={James Paviour},
  year={2013}
}
Introduction Breeding performance is a broad term, the definition of which varies throughout the literature. In raptor species it is frequently used as an expression that refers to the total number of nestlings that adults can raise to a prescribed age per breeding attempt, however it has also been defined in terms of clutch size, hatching success, and nestling quality (Steenhoff and Newton 2007). 

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