Local Recruitment and Natal Dispersal Distances of American Kestrels

@inproceedings{Steenhof2015LocalRA,
  title={Local Recruitment and Natal Dispersal Distances of American Kestrels},
  author={Karen Steenhof and Julie and A.. and Heath},
  year={2015}
}
Variation in recruitment patterns and dispersal behavior can have important consequences for population viability, genetic structure, and rates of evolutionary change. From 1992 to 2006 we studied a marked population of American Kestrels (Falco sparverius) nesting in boxes in southwestern Idaho to identify factors that affect local recruitment and natal dispersal distances. A low proportion (4%) of locally produced kestrels (n = 2180) returned to nest in study area boxes. Offspring of locally… CONTINUE READING

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