Public Information and Territory Establishment in a Loosely Colonial Raptor

@inproceedings{SergioPublicIA,
  title={Public Information and Territory Establishment in a Loosely Colonial Raptor},
  author={Fabrizio Sergio and Vincenzo Penteriani}
}
Evidence is increasing that animals may select habitats using direct cues (direct assessment hypothesis) and indirect cues, such as cuing on the presence of conspecifics (conspecific attraction hypothesis) and on their productivity in the previous year (public information hypothesis). We tested such hypotheses by studying the establishment of new… CONTINUE READING