TIMING OF AUTUMN BIRD MIGRATION IN CENTRAL SPAIN IN LIGHT OF RECENT CLIMATE CHANGE

@inproceedings{Mezquida2007TIMINGOA,
  title={TIMING OF AUTUMN BIRD MIGRATION IN CENTRAL SPAIN IN LIGHT OF RECENT CLIMATE CHANGE},
  author={Eduardo T. Mezquida and Alfonso Villar{\'a}n and Juan Pascual-Parra},
  year={2007}
}
Aims: To examine changes in the timing of migration of 10 migratory bird species (six long-distance and four short-distance migrants) during autumn passage in central Spain, comparing two periods during recent warming over the most part of Europe (1987 - 1990 and 2001 - 2005). Location: Monte de Valdelatas, near Madrid, central Spain. Methods: The number of weekly captures in mist-nets from late August to late October between the two studied periods was compared by fitting general linear… CONTINUE READING

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