Population Ecology Of Migratory Birds

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Phenology and climate change in Africa and the decline of

birds departing for migration in poorer condition, or arriving too early or too late with respect to environmen-tal conditions or the availability of resources at their destination. There is already evidence that climatic and phenologi-cal change in Europe is a factor in population declines in migratory birds (Both et al. 2006; Samplonius et al

Loss of functional connectivity in migration networks induces

Loss of functional connectivity in migration networks induces population decline in migratory birds. Ecological Applications 29(7):e01960. 10.1002/eap.1960 Abstract. Migratory birds rely on a habitat network along their migration routes by tem-porarily occupying stopover sites between breeding and non-breeding grounds. Removal or

Journal of Animal Ecology Female-biased obligate strategies

Female-biased obligate strategies in a partially migratory population Adam M. Fudickar1,2*†, Andreas Schmidt1, Michaela Hau1,2, Michael Quetting1 and Jesko Partecke1 1Department of Migration and Immuno-ecology, Max Planck Institute for Ornithology, Am Obstberg 1, Radolfzell,

An Eco-Evolutionary Model for Demographic and Phenological

Responses in Migratory Birds Jacob Johansson 1,*, Isabel M. Smallegange 2 and Niclas Jonzén 1 1 Department of Biology, Theoretical Population Ecology and Evolution Group, Ecology Bldg, Lund University, SE-22362 Lund, Sweden; E-Mail: [email protected] 2 Division of Biology, Imperial College London, Silwood Park, Ascot, SL5 7PY, UK;

AMERICAN WOODCOCK (SCOLOPAX MINOR) MIGRATION ECOLOGY IN

in understanding migration ecology. Migrating birds are particularly vulnerable as habitat loss, anthropogenic structures, and novel predators are widely believed to contribute to population declines. The American Woodcock (Scolopax minor) is a migratory forest bird that has

For Review Only

26 greater within-population variability in migratory movements and destinations, here termed 27 migratory diversity , might be more resilient to environmental change. To test this, we 28 related map-based metrics of migratory diversity to recent population trends for 340 29 European breeding birds. Species that occupy larger non-breeding

International Conservation of Migratory Birds Through

Ecology of western burrowing owls Ecology of Texas horned lizards* Ecology of prairie rattlesnakes* Ecology of bobcats* Effects of wind energy on bats and birds Effects of wind energy on Swainson s hawks throughout its annual travels (wind energy focus) Evaluation of NEXRAD radar as a tool for monitoring flagship

Factors Affecting the Survival of Barnacle Geese on Migration

The population is one of three groups of barnacle geese in the North Atlantic, but there is little or no interchange between them (see below). The Svalbard stock is the smallest; numbers declined to a low of only 300 birds in 1948, but the population has since been protected from shooting and many of its haunts have become reserves. Numbers rose to

Impact of climate change on migratory birds: community

Global Ecology and Biogeography, (Global Ecol. Biogeogr.) (2008) 17, 38 49 SPECIAL ISSUE Blackwell Publishing Ltd Impact of climate change on migratory birds: community reassembly versus adaptation Hans-Christian Schaefer 1 *, Walter Jetz 2 and Katrin Böhning-Gaese 1 ABSTRACT Aim Species can respond to global climate change by range shifts

Abundance, Timing, and Demography of Neotropical Migratory

The study objectives for neotropical migratory birds in 1992 were to: Finch, D. F. 1991. Population ecology, habitat requirements, and conservation of

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Division of Migratory Bird Management, Washington, D.C. U.S.A. Collaborators (Alphabetical Order): Cornell University Laboratory of Ornithology: Orin Robinson, Viviana Ruiz-Gutierrez, Erica Stuber New Mexico State University Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Ecology: Fitsum Abadi, Jay Gedir

Human activity shapes the wintering ecology of a migratory bird

Migrant birds are in decline across the world, raising concerns that many may lack the flexibility to rapidly respond and adapt (Both et al., 2010; Rosenberg et al., 2019; Sanderson et al., 2006). Whether migratory species have the capacity to adjust to rapid change is a focal question of current research. Many migratory birds,

Species richness of migratory birds is influenced by global

Global Ecology and Biogeography, (Global Ecol. Biogeogr.) (2007) 16, 55 64 RESEARCH PAPER Blackwell Publishing Ltd Species richness of migratory birds is influenced by global climate change Nicole Lemoine 1, Hans-Christian Schaefer 1,2 * and Katrin Böhning-Gaese 1 ABSTRACT Aim Global climate change is increasingly influencing ecosystems

Migratory decisions in birds: extent of genetic versus

birds exhibited phenotypic plasticity in the expression of Zugunruhe when exposed to manipulated photoperiods (Coppack et al. 2003). In contrast, evidence for environ-mental control of migratory tendency comes primarily from Weld studies which suggest that the migratory tendency of individual birds may change over time and vary with envi-

Nonbreeding Habitat Occupancy and Population Processes: An

Ecology, 86(9), 2005, pp. 2380-2385? 2005 by the Ecological Society of America NONBREEDING HABITAT OCCUPANCY AND POPULATION PROCESSES: AN UPGRADE EXPERIMENT WITH A MIGRATORY BIRD COLIN E. STUDDS1'2'3 AND PETER P. MARRA2 'Program in Behavior, Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland 20742 USA

The Natural Link between Europe and Africa: 2.1 Billion Birds

BirdLife International 2004. Birds in Europe: population esti-mates, trends and conservation status. - BirdLife International. Comstedt, P. et al. 2006. Migratory passerine birds as reservoirs of lyme borreliosis in Europe. - Emerging Infectious Dis. 12: 1087-1095. Cramp, S. 1998. The complete birds of the western Palearctic. - Oxford Univ. Press.

Journal of Animal Ecology When and where does mortality occur

tion limitation during winter towards population limita-tion during summer (Madsen, Frederiksen & Ganter 2002). However, among migratory birds, significant mortality may occur not only during stationary periods in the breeding range or winter quarters but also during the migration seasons when the birds are actually travelling

Deborah M. Finch - FWS

Population Ecology, Habitat Requirements, and Conservation of Neotropical Migratory Birds Deborah M. Finch OVERVIEW GROWING CONCERNS ABOUT NEOTROPICAL MIGRANTS Numerous studies of birds breeding in small subur­ ban parks and woodlots of the eastern United States have shown that forest-dwelling species, a majority of which

Migratory species - Biodiversity A-Z

Migratory species ACRONYMS AREAS COUNTRIES MARINE TERMS for example the migration of birds to different Ecology 81:1750 1755 8. 9. Lopez-Hoffman L, Varady

Site fidelity and the demographic implications of winter

of winter movements by a migratory bird, the harlequin duck Histrionicus histrionicus. / J. Avian Biol. 37: 219 /228. Understanding the degree of demographic connectivity among population segments is increasingly recognized as central to the fields of population ecology and conservation biology.

Atlantic Americas Flyway - BirdLife

migratory land- and waterbird species on the world's major flyways. Bird Conserv. Int. 18: S49 S73. La Sorte, F. A. and Thompson, F. R. (2007) Poleward shifts in winter ranges of North American birds. Ecology 88: 1803 1812. Newton, I. (2008) The migration ecology of birds. Academic Press.

Conserving migratory land birds in the New World: Do we know

Major advances in our understanding of the ecology of migrant land birds have occurred in the past 20 years (Faaborg et al. 2010). Here we discuss how these advances may guide modern conservation practices for migratory birds and ask what questions need to be answered to improve such conservation guidelines.

March 18, 2020 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service - All About Birds

2) Migratory birds are subject to numerous threats and sources of mortality, of which the vast majority are unintentional or incidental. 3) The Migratory Bird Treaty Act has long provided a powerful incentive for industry and landowners to work with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to reduce harm to birds. 4) When we protect birds and their

Conservation Ecology: Ecological Sustainability of Birds in

(1996) present evidence on the controlling influence of predatory birds on vole population cycles, especially in northern Fennoscandia. There are a variety of other ecosystem services that birds provide, including dissemination of seeds, nutrient and energy cycling, and predation of insects during nonbreeding seasons (Green 1995, Lanner 1996).

Direct Mortality of Birds from Anthropogenic Causes

Direct Mortality of Birds from Anthropogenic Causes Scott R. Loss,1 Tom Will,2 and Peter P. Marra3 1Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma 74078; email: [email protected] 2Division of Migratory Birds, Midwest Regional Office, US Fish and Wildlife Service,

Portland s Bird Agenda

Jun 27, 2011 Twenty-three of the migratory species that occur here have been designated with some type of state or federal status for being at-risk due to population decline and threats. In 2003, the City of Portland was selected by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) to become a pilot city for the Urban Conservation Treaty for Migratory Birds Program.

Comparing population trend estimates of migratory birds from

migratory routes and attracts large numbers of African-European migratory landbirds during spring migration (Maggini, Trez et al., 2020). The bird capture season started in March in most of the years and ended in May (see Table S1 for start and end dates for every year). Birds were captured with an average of 227 m of mist

Population studies of migratory birds in Virgin Islands

1990). In 1987 we initiated a study of the ecology and behavior of migrants in the Virgin Islands, particularly in Virgin Islands NP on St. John. This study has not only yielded information about the winter ecology of migratory birds, but also about the distribution of resi­ dent species and (unexpectedly) the impact of a major

Seasonal survival estimation for a long‑distance migratory

affect the ecology and demography of migratory animals (Fretwell 1972; Webster et ing grounds, where food availability and thus birds eneral. 2002). Few reliable estimates of age- or season-specific survival exist for birds (Faaborg et al. 2010), or migratory species of many other taxa (Hedenström etal. 2011), especially for populations linked

Migratory Bird Program Training Survey

The sampling frame was all members of the Migratory Bird Program, a total of 260 persons. The survey was a census of these 260 persons. Responses were received from 205 persons (79%). 191 of these were useful responses. Of the 14 non-useful responses, 6 persons were not part of the Migratory Bird Program, 3

What Limits the Reproductive Success of Migratory Birds? A

Students use higher-order thinking skills in a discussion of the ecology of migratory birds. Hook (10 minutes) Teacher engages students by providing an interesting story of bird migration, or 10 facts of bird

Emergent Insect and Neotropical Migratory Bird Interactions

population has no clear view of the night sky due to skyglow (Cinzano et al. 2001). This is of environmental concern because light pollution has been implicated as a threat to migratory birds, disrupting migratory patterns and luring them into dangerous encounters with manmade structures (Pimm et al. 2008).

The demographic drivers of local population dynamics in two

POPULATION ECOLOGY - ORIGINAL PAPER The demographic drivers of local population dynamics in two rare migratory birds Michael Schaub Thomas S. Reichlin Fitsum Abadi Marc Ke´ry Lukas Jenni Raphae¨l Arlettaz Received: 7 June 2010/Accepted: 28 June 2011/Published online: 23 July 2011 Springer-Verlag 2011

BIRDS OF TORONTO

American population is witnessed passing along the Lake Ontario shoreline. Afforded protection by the Migratory Birds Convention Act of 1917, its population is probably still rebounding from the persecution of intense market hunting pressure in the 19th century. American Woodcock

Recent advances in understanding migration systems of New

scientists presented data on the population ecology of migratory birds in North America, much of it support-ing major population declines in North America at least during the decade of the 1980s. The concern led to a meeting in December, 1990, sponsored by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, where individuals from

Phenology of two interdependent traits in migratory birds in

in migratory birds in response to climate change Nadiah Pardede Kristensen, Jacob Johansson, Jo¨rgen Ripa and Niclas Jonze´n Theoretical Population Ecology and Evolution Group, Department of Biology, Lund University, 22362 Lund, Sweden In migratory birds, arrival date and hatching date are two key phenological

Habitat ecology of Nearctic Neotropical migratory landbirds

Nearctic Neotropical migratory birds (Alerstam 1990). While important knowledge about full annual cycle dy-namics has increased greatly, our understanding of the specific drivers of population decline, especially in trop-ical wintering habitats, remains relatively poor (Runge and Marra 2005, Sherry et al. 2015).

Journal of Environmental Management

resource use continues to increase due to human population and eco-nomic growth (Xu et al., 2017a, 2017b; Yang et al., 2017). Global change impacts the behavioural ecology, breeding performance and movement patterns of migratory birds (Di Maggio et al., 2018; Haest et al., 2018).

Climate warming, ecological mismatch at arrival and

population decline, and this evidence was not confounded by concomitant ecological factors or by phy-logenetic effects. These findings provide general support to the largely untested hypotheses that migratory birds are becoming ecologically mismatched and that failure to respond to climate change can have severe negative impacts on their