Magnetic information calibrates celestial cues during migration.

@article{Sandberg2000MagneticIC,
  title={Magnetic information calibrates celestial cues during migration.},
  author={Sandberg and B{\"a}ckman and Moore and L{\~o}hmus},
  journal={Animal behaviour},
  year={2000},
  volume={60 4},
  pages={453-462}
}
Migratory birds use celestial and geomagnetic directional information to orient on their way between breeding and wintering areas. Cue-conflict experiments involving these two orientation cue systems have shown that directional information can be transferred from one system to the other by calibration. We designed experiments with four species of North American songbirds to: (1) examine whether these species calibrate orientation information from one system to the other; and (2) determine… CONTINUE READING
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