Nesting phenology, mate choice, and genetic divergence within a partially migratory population of American Kestrels

@inproceedings{Anderson2015NestingPM,
  title={Nesting phenology, mate choice, and genetic divergence within a partially migratory population of American Kestrels},
  author={Alexandra M. Anderson and Stephen J. Novak and James F. Smith and Karen Steenhof and Julie A. Heath},
  year={2015}
}
ABSTRACT Studies across annual cycles are important for understanding the consequences of carryover effects and predicting species' responses to environmental change. Partially migratory populations, which consist of resident and migratory individuals, are excellent systems for studying how wintering strategies may affect reproduction. We examined whether wintering strategy (residency or nonresidency) created temporal divides in egg-laying date within a local breeding population of American… CONTINUE READING

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