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Nature Communications, ISSN 2041-1723, 09/2010, Volume 1, Issue 6, pp. 1 - 6
Despite clear benefits of optimal arrival time on breeding grounds, migration schedules may vary with an individual bird's innate quality, non-breeding habitat... 
LONG-DISTANCE MIGRANT | PACIFIC-OCEAN | NEW-ZEALAND | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | MIGRATORY BIRDS | SIGNALS | BAR-TAILED GODWITS | CLIMATE-CHANGE | RED-KNOTS | RUSSIAN BARNACLE GEESE | CALIDRIS-CANUTUS | New Zealand | Animal Migration - physiology | Animals | Breeding | United States | Ecosystem | Birds
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Biology Letters, ISSN 1744-9561, 12/2006, Volume 2, Issue 4, pp. 517 - 520
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Marine Pollution Bulletin, ISSN 0025-326X, 09/2019, Volume 146, pp. 317 - 325
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Journal of Avian Biology, ISSN 0908-8857, 5/2012, Volume 43, Issue 3, pp. 252 - 263
In the annual cycle of migratory birds, temporal and energetic constraints can lead to carry-over effects, in which performance in one life history stage... 
Feathers | Seasonal migration | Aerial locomotion | Breeding | Molting | Plumage | Breeding seasons | Animal wings | Research Articles | Animal migration behavior | Refueling | NEW-ZEALAND | STARLINGS STURNUS-VULGARIS | REDSHANK TRINGA-TOTANUS | MIGRATORY BIRDS | BODY-MASS | ORNITHOLOGY | PLOVERS PLUVIALIS-SQUATAROLA | AVIAN PRIMARY MOLT | FLIGHT PERFORMANCE | FEATHER MOLT | STRATEGIES
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Journal of Avian Biology, ISSN 0908-8857, 01/2012, Volume 43, Issue 1, pp. 21 - 32
Migrating birds make the longest non-stop endurance flights in the animal kingdom. Satellite technology is now providing direct evidence on the lengths and... 
SHOREBIRDS | AUSTRALIA | NEW-ZEALAND | FLIGHT RANGES | BEHAVIOR | MIGRANTS | CLIMATE-CHANGE | RED KNOTS | POPULATIONS | ALASKA | ORNITHOLOGY | Tide pool ecology | Satellite communications | Coastal ecosystems
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by Bulla, Martin and Valcu, Mihai and Dokter, Aiaan M and Dondua, Alexei G and Kosztolányi, Anás and Helm, Barbara and Sandercock, Brett K and Casler, Bruce and Ens, Bruno J and Spiegel, Caleb S and Hassell, Chris J and Küpper, Clemens and Minton, Clive and Burgas, Daniel and Lank, David B and Payer, David C and Loktionov, Egor Y and Nol, Erica and Kwon, Eunbi and Smith, Fletcher and Gates, H River and Vitnerová, Hana and Prüter, Hanna and Johnson, James A and St Clair, James J H and Lamarre, Jean-François and Rausch, Jennie and Reneerkens, Jeroen and Conklin, Jesse R and Burger, Joanna and Liebezeit, Joe and Bêty, Joël and Coleman, Jonathan T and Figuerola, Jordi and Hooijmeijer, Joslyn and Alves, José A and Smith, Joseph A M and Weidinger, Karel and Koivula, Kari and Gosbell, Ken and Exo, Klaus-Michael and Niles, Larry and Koloski, Laura and McKinnon, Laura and Praus, Libor and Klaassen, Marcel and Giroux, Marie-Anée and Sládeček, Martin and Boldenow, Megan L and Goldstein, Michael I and Šálek, Miroslav and Senner, Nathan and Rönkä, Nelli and Lecomte, Nicolas and Gilg, Olivier and Vincze, Orsolya and Johnson, Oscar W and Smith, Paul A and Woodard, Paul F and Tomkovich, Pavel S and Battley, Phil F and Bentzen, Rebecca and Lanctot, Richard B and Porter, Ron and Saalfeld, Sarah T and Freeman, Scott and Brown, Stephen C and Yezerinac, Stephen and Székely, Tamás and Montalvo, Tomás and Piersma, Theunis and Loverti, Vanessa and Pakanen, Veli-Matti and Tijsen, Wim and Kempenaers, Bart
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 12/2016, Volume 540, Issue 7631, pp. 109 - 113
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