Data from: Why do migratory birds sing on their tropical wintering grounds?

Sorensen MC, Jenni-Eiermann S, Spottiswoode CN

Date Published: August 17, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.38f3n

 

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Title Zambian great reed warbler field data
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Description This file consists of data collected from great reed warblers at a Zambian study site. Information includes individual sex, spring migration departure dates, whether individuals sang in Zambia or not, average song duration, song interval, song rate, syllable repertoire size, the number of syllable repeats, scaled mass index, testosterone plasma concentration, the average proportion of home range overlap with other individuals, and the number of other individual home ranges they overlapped with.
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Title comparative analysis data
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Description This file consists of song data from 57 Palearctic-African migratory songbird species. Information includes species song length, versatility index, song rate, syllable repertoire size, song repertoire size, the level of sexual dichromatism, and singing intensity during the winter.
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Title summer-winter song comparison data
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Description This file contains information on song parameters from great reed warblers singing during breeding and non-breeding seasons. Information includes song duration, song interval length, song rate, syllable repertoire size, and the number of syllable repeats.
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Sorensen MC, Jenni-Eiermann S, Spottiswoode CN (2016) Why do migratory birds sing on their tropical wintering grounds? The American Naturalist, online in advance of print. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/684681

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Sorensen MC, Jenni-Eiermann S, Spottiswoode CN (2016) Data from: Why do migratory birds sing on their tropical wintering grounds? Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.38f3n
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