Future climate change will impact the size and location of breeding and wintering areas of migratory thrushes in South America

Authors: Natália Stefanini Da Silveira, Maurício Humberto Vancine, Alex E. Jahn, Marco Aurélio Pizo, and Thadeu Sobral-Souza Year: 2021 Publication: Ornithological Applications Publication Link: https://academic.oup.com/condor/article/123/2/duab006/6237321 Keywords: climate change, ecological niche models, migration, Turdidae, South America Abstract: Bird migration patterns are changing worldwide

Spatial structure in migration routes maintained despite regional convergence among eastern populations of Swainson’s Thrushes

Authors: Camille Bégin-Marchand, André Desrochers, Philip D. Taylor, Junior A. Tremblay, Lucas Berrigan, Barbara Frei, Ana Morales and Greg W. Mitchell Year: 2021 Publication: Movement Ecology Publication Link: https://movementecologyjournal.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s40462-021-00263-9 Keywords: Migration pace, Migratory connectivity, Motus, Neotropical migrants, Radio-telemetry Abstract: Background: Migratory connectivity

Extreme altitudes during diurnal flights in a nocturnal songbird migrant

Authors: Sissel Sjöberg, Gintaras Malmiga, Andreas Nord, Arne Andersson, Johan Bäckman, Maja Tarka, Mikkel Willemoes, Kasper Thorup, Bengt Hansson, Thomas Alerstam, Dennis Hasselquist Year: 2021 Publication: Science Publication Link: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33958477/ Abstract: Billions of nocturnally migrating songbirds fly across oceans and deserts on

Nocturnal flight calling behaviour of thrushes in relation to artificial light at night

Authors: SIMON GILLINGS & CHRIS SCOTT Year: 2021 Publication: IBIS Publication Link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/ibi.12955 Keywords: convolutional neural networks, light pollution, nocturnal migration, passive acoustic monitoring Abstract: Migratory birds are subject to many pressures during their life cycle and many are declining as a consequence.