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Habitat loss and fragmentation are considered the greatest threats to ecosystems worldwide. Movement reveals how individuals meet their habitat requirements and respond to environmental heterogeneity, and thus can provide a powerful tool for investigating how animals respond to changes in...
Trans‐Saharan migrants often spend a large proportion of their annual cycle wintering in the Sahel. Advances in fieldwork and tracking technology have greatly enhanced our ability to study their ecology in these areas. Using GPS‐tracking we aimed to investigate the little known non‐breeding...
The question of why socially monogamous females engage in extra‐pair behaviour is long‐standing in evolutionary biology. Due to a lack of empirical support among passerine birds, recent work has moved away from the indirect‐benefits hypothesis to explain extra‐pair mating behaviour by females,...
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