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The winter distribution of many migratory birds wintering in tropical Africa is poorly known. After the crossing of the Sahara Desert, some long-distance migrants typically stay in the Sahel zone for an extended period before continuing migration to their main wintering areas south of the...
AbstractDetermining how animal populations are linked in space and time isimportant for identifying factors influencing population dynamics andfor effective conservation and management. Arctic-breeding migratorypasserines are declining and at risk due to forecasted climate change, butare a...
A multi-isotope (δ13C, δ15N, δ2H) approach to connecting European breeding and African wintering populations of barn swallow (Hirundo rustica)Establishing links between breeding and wintering populations of longdistancemigratory birds and other animals is fundamental to severalaspects of...
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