Detection range of songbirds using a stopover site by automated radio-telemetry

Authors: Tara L. Crewe, Jessica E. Deakin, Andrew T. Beauchamp, and Yolanda E. Morbey Year: 2019 Publication: Journal of Field Ornithology Publication link: Keywords: automated radio-telemetry, ecological methods, manual radio-telemetry, migratory stopover habitat, sampling design Abstract: A major uncertainty in automated

Bright lights in the big cities: migratory birds’ exposure to artificial light

Authors: Kyle G Horton, Cecilia Nilsson, Benjamin M Van Doren, Frank A La Sorte, Adriaan M Dokter, and Andrew Farnsworth Year: 2019 Publication: Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment Publication Link: Access: Subscription Keywords: Not listed Abstract: Many species of migratory

Optimizing the conservation of migratory species over their full annual cycle

Authors: Richard Schuster, Scott Wilson, Amanda D. Rodewald, Peter Arcese, Daniel Fink, Tom Auer & Joseph.R. Bennett Publication: Nature Communications Publication Link: Access: Open Keywords: Abstract: Limited knowledge of the distribution, abundance, and habitat associations of migratory species hinders effective conservation

Nocturnal flight-calling behaviour predicts vulnerability to artificial light in migratory birds

Authors: Benjamin M. Winger, Brian C. Weeks, Andrew Farnsworth, Andrew W. Jones, Mary Hennen, and David E. Willard Publication: Proceedings of the Royal Society B Publication Link: Access: Open Keywords: nocturnal migration, flight calls, artificial light at night, building collisions, collective

3rd Week of April 2019 – Beaver River, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia

High winds and rain every night except the night of 17-18 April suppressed nocturnal migration. On that one evening of favourable weather, there was a small influx of Yellow-rumped Warblers, Savannah Sparrows, White-throated Sparrows, and Dark-eyed Juncos. Only a couple of Savannah

2nd Week of April 2019 – Beaver River, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia

As is usually the case in southwest Nova Scotia during the spring, nocturnal migration is light during the month of April. Migrant passerines are typically detected late in the night, indicating that birds are arriving directly to their breeding territories. Passerines going

Flexible timing of annual movements across consistently used sites by Marbled Godwits breeding in Alaska

Authors: Daniel R. Ruthrauff, T. Lee Tibbitts, and Robert E. Gill, Jr Year: 2019 Publication: The Auk Publication Link: Access: Subscription Affiliations: U.S. Geological Survey, Alaska Science Center, Anchorage, Alaska, USA Corresponding Author: Funding: Funding for this project was provided

Stopover departure behavior and flight orientation of spring‑migrant Yellow‑rumped Warblers (Setophaga coronata) experimentally exposed to methylmercury

Authors: Chad L. Seewagen1 · Yanju Ma2 · Yolanda E. Morbey2 · Christopher G. Guglielmo2 Year: 2019 Publication: Journal of Ornithology Publication Link: Access: Subscription Affiliations: 1 Great Hollow Nature Preserve and Ecological Research Center, New Fairfield, CT, USA 2 Department