Social and Individual Features Affecting Natal Dispersal in the Colonial Lesser Kestrel

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  title={Social and Individual Features Affecting Natal Dispersal in the Colonial Lesser Kestrel},
  author={David Serrano and Jos{\'e} Luis Tella and Jos{\'e} Antonio Don{\'a}zar and Manel Pomarol}
}
Causes of natal dispersal were studied in an isolated population of the migratory, facultatively colonial Lesser Kestrel (Falco naumanni) in northeastern Spain. During a seven-year study, we gathered information on natal dispersal of 751 individuals and on 24 explanatory variables that evaluated individual traits, conspecific cues in terms of colony size, and different ecological and populational features. We examined separately whether or not individuals changed colonies and how far they moved… CONTINUE READING

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