Fall bird migration in western North America during a period of heightened wildfire activity

Authors: Kyle D. Kittelberger , Megan K. Miller, and Çağan H. Şekercioğlu Year: 2022 Publication: Avian Conservation & Ecology Publication Link: https://ace-eco.org/vol17/iss2/art43/ Keywords: avian abundance; bird banding; body condition; climate change; emaciation; lag effect; movement ecology; mortality; ornithology Abstract: Billions of birds

Light pollution enhances ground-level exposure to airborne toxic chemicals for nocturnally migrating passerines

Authors: Frank A. La Sorte, Christopher A. Lepczyk, Myla F. J. Aronson Year: 2022 Publication: Global Change Biology Publication Link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/gcb.16443 Keywords: air pollution, community science, light pollution, nocturnal migration, seasonal bird migration, toxic chemicals Abstract: Anthropogenic activities generate different forms of

Migratory connectivity in a Newfoundland population of the American Redstart (Setophaga ruticilla)

Authors: Matthew G. DeSaix, Eileen B. Connell, Nandadevi Cortes-Rodr´ıguez, Kevin E. Omland, Peter P. Marra, and Colin E. Studds Year: 2022 Publication: The Wilson Journal of Ornithology Publication Link: https://meridian.allenpress.com/wjo/article-abstract/134/3/381/484866/Migratory-connectivity-in-a-Newfoundland?redirectedFrom=fulltext Keywords: annual cycle, conservation genetics, mitochondrial DNA, molecular genetics, Neotropical–Nearctic migrant Abstract:

The Great Lakes shape nocturnal bird migration in southern Ontario

Authors: Gagnon, F., C. M. Francis and, J. A. Tremblay Year: 2022 Publication: Avian Conservation & Ecology Publication Link: https://ace-eco.org/vol17/iss2/art2/ Keywords: aeroecology; biogeography; Canadian weather radar; Great Lakes; nocturnal bird migration; Ontario Abstract: Coastlines in marine areas are known to influence use

Survival fluctuation is linked to precipitation variation during staging in a migratory shorebird

Authors: Vojtěch Brlík, Veli‑Matti Pakanen, Tuomo Jaakkonen, Heikki Arppe, Jaakko Jokinen, Johanna Lakka, Donald Blomqvist, Steffen Hahn, Jari Valkama & Kari Koivula Year: 2022 Publication: Scientific Reports Publication Link: https://www.nature.com/srep/ Abstract: Understanding how weather conditions affect animal populations is essential to foresee