Modeling spring migration patterns of scoters and loons in the Bay of Fundy

Authors: James D. Kelley, and Heather L. Major Year: 2020 Publication: Journal of Field Ornithology Publication Link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/jofo.12343 Keywords: black scoter, Common Loon, Point Lepreau Bird Observatory, Red-throated Loon, spring migration, Surf Scoter, White-winged Scoter Abstract: Populations of scoter and loon species

Disentangling the relative roles of climate and land cover change in driving the long-term population trends of European migratory birds

Authors: Christine Howard, Philip A. Stephens, James W. Pearce-Higgins, Richard D. Gregory, Stuart H.M. Butchart, Stephen G. Willis Year: 2020 Publication: Diversity and Distributions Publication Link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/ddi.13144 Keywords: Africa, avian migration, breeding, climate, Europe, habitat, non-breeding, population trends Abstract: Aim: Global declines

Accipiter hawks of the Laurentian Upland and the Interior Plains undertake the longest migrations: insights from birds banded or recovered in Veracruz, Mexico

Authors: Enya Astrid Cordoba-Cuevas, Sara Patricia Ibarra-Zavaleta, and Ernesto Ruelas Inzunza Year: 2020 Publication: Journal of Field Ornithology Publication Link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/jofo.12341 Keyword: Accipiter cooperii, Accipiter striatus, banding, migratory connectivity, migration distance, Veracruz River of Raptors Abstract: Bird banding has allowed us to

Using geolocator tracking data and ringing archives to validate citizen-science based seasonal predictions of bird distribution in a data-poor region

Authors: Heim, W., Heim, R.J., Beermann, I., Burkovskiy, O.A., Gerasimov, Y., Ktitorov, P., Ozaki, K., Panov, I., Sander, M.M., Sjöberg, S., Smirenski, S.M., Thomas, A., Tottrup, A., Tyunov, I.M., Willemoes, M., Hölzel, N., Thorup, K., Kamp, J. Year: 2020 Publication: Global Ecology

Spring migration of Blackpoll Warblers across North America

Authors: Kristen M. Covino, Sara R. Morris, Mark Shieldcastle and Philip D. Taylor Year: 2020 Publication: Avian Conservation and Ecology Publication Link: http://www.ace-eco.org/vol15/iss1/art17/ Keywords: banding data; Blackpoll Warbler; phenology; Setophaga striata; spring migration; songbirds Abstract: The awe-inspiring seasonal migrations of birds between

The fall migratory movements of Bank Swallows, Riparia riparia: fly-and-forage migration?

Authors: Tara L. Imlay, Sarah Saldanha, and Philip D. Taylor Year: 2020 Publication: Avian Conservation and Ecology Publication Link: http://www.ace-eco.org/vol15/iss1/art2/ Keywords: automated telemetry; fly-and-forage; optimal migration; postbreeding; Sand Martin Abstract: Seasonal migration is an important part of the annual cycle for migratory

Dietary antioxidants attenuate the endocrine stress response during long-duration flight of a migratory bird

Authors: Stefania Casagrande, Kristen J. DeMoranville, Lisa Trost, Barbara Pierce, Amadeusz Bryła, Maciej Dzialo, Edyta T. Sadowska, Ulf Bauchinger, and Scott R. McWilliams Year: 2020 Publication: Proceedings of the Royal Society B Publication Link: https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/10.1098/rspb.2020.0744 Keywords: corticosterone, flight, exercise, antioxidants, anthocyanin, HPA

Non-parallel changes in songbird migration timing are not explained by changes in stopover duration

Authors: Nicholas N. Dorian, Trevor L. Lloyd-Evans and J. Michael Reed Year: 2020 Publication: PeerJ Publication Link: https://peerj.com/articles/8975/ Keywords: Mark-recapture, Cormack–Jolly–Seber, Bird banding, Hierarchical models,Quantile regresision, Stopover duration, Phenology Abstract: Shifts in the timing of animal migration are widespread and well-documented;however, the

Climate change and maladaptive wing shortening in a long-distance migratory bird

Authors: Carolina Remacha, César Rodríguez, Javier de la Puente, and Javier Pérez-Tris Year: 2020 Publication: The Auk Keywords: apparent survival, climate change, Luscinia megarhynchos, migration, population monitoring, trait optimization, wing shape Abstract: Contemporary phenotypic trends associated with global change are widely documented,

Magnetic compass of garden warblers is not affected by oscillating magnetic fields applied to their eyes

Authors: Julia Bojarinova, Kirill Kavokin, Alexander Pakhomov, Roman Cherbunin, Anna Anashina, Maria Erokhina, Maria Ershova & Nikita Chernetsv Year: 2020 Publication: Scientific Reports Publication Link: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-60383-x Abstract: The magnetic compass is an important element of the avian navigation system, which allows migratory