Kleptoparasitism and Temporal Segregation of Sympatric Corvids Foraging in a Refuse Dump

@inproceedings{Baglione2009KleptoparasitismAT,
  title={Kleptoparasitism and Temporal Segregation of Sympatric Corvids Foraging in a Refuse Dump},
  author={V. Baglione and D. Canestrari},
  year={2009}
}
ABSTRACT. Kleptoparasitism, in which an individual steals food from other individuals of the same or a different species, is frequent in birds and represents a form of direct competition that can potentially influence the structure of communities. We addressed this idea by analyzing the foraging behavior and the spatiotemporal patterns of use of a refuse dump by four species of corvids: the Rook (Corvus frugilegus), Carrion Crow (C. corone), Eurasian Jackdaw (C. monedula), and European Magpie… Expand
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