All publications for Migratory Birds
. Bison Reintroduction to Mixed-Grass Prairie Is Associated With Increases in Bird Diversity and Cervid Occupancy in Riparian Areas. , .
. Habitat‐linked genetic variation supports microgeographic adaptive divergence in an island‐endemic bird species. , 2830–2846.
. Strong migratory connectivity indicates Willets need subspecies-specific conservation strategies. , .
. Variation in migration behaviors used by Arctic Terns (Sterna paradisaea) breeding across a wide latitudinal gradient. , .
. Unique utilisation pattern responses of five sympatric ungulates to local phenological gradients. , .
. Integrated community occupancy models: A framework to assess occurrence and biodiversity dynamics using multiple data sources. , .
. Eco-labels matter: Coffee consumers value agrochemical-free attributes over biodiversity conservation. , .
. Galliformes exhibit reduced cardiorespiratory morphology yet similar skeletal mass compared with other gamebirds. , 426–434.
. Integrating tracking and resight data enables unbiased inferences about migratory connectivity and winter range survival from archival tags. , .
. Domestic Cat Abundance and Activity Across a Residential Land Use Gradient. , .
. Impact of cocoa agricultural intensification on bird diversity and community composition. , .
. Grassland bird diversity and abundance in the presence of native and non-native grazers. , .
. Priority areas for vulture conservation in the Horn of Africa largely fall outside the protected area network. , 1–18.
. Differential survival throughout the full annual cycle of a migratory bird presents a life-history trade-off. , .
. Barn Owls select uncultivated habitats for hunting in a winegrape growing region of California. , .
. Vertical sexual habitat segregation in a wintering migratory songbird. , .
. Body size is associated with yearling breeding and extra-pair mating in the Island Scrub-Jay. , .
. Flock Size Predicts Niche Breadth and Focal Wintering Regions for a Rapidly Declining Boreal-Breeding Passerine, the Rusty Blackbird. , 62–62.
. Adaptive divergence in bill morphology and other thermoregulatory traits is facilitated by restricted gene flow in song sparrows on the California Channel Islands. , .
. Variance in within-pair reproductive success influences the opportunity for selection annually and over the lifetimes of males in a multibrooded songbird. , .