Data from: Carry-over effects of winter habitat quality on en route timing and condition of a migratory passerine during spring migration

Paxton KL, Moore FR

Date Published: April 21, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.bq64c

 

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Description Data collected in the field. Subject is the unique identifier of each black-and-white warbler that was sampled during the study. The study was conducted over 4 years (y1=2008, y2=2009, y3=2010, y4=2011). Breeding (N=boreal forest, S=southeast) is based on stable hydrogen isotope values. Timing (E=Early, M=middle, L=Late) is based on the range of capture dates for each sex in a given breeding destination and in a given year. rbc represents the stable carbon isotope value based on red blood cells collected from brachial vein puncture. Cond is a size-specific condition index value. Age and sex of the warbler.
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Paxton KL, Moore FR (2015) Carry-over effects of winter habitat quality on en route timing and condition of a migratory passerine during spring migration. Journal of Avian Biology 46(5): 495–506. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jav.00614

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Paxton KL, Moore FR (2015) Data from: Carry-over effects of winter habitat quality on en route timing and condition of a migratory passerine during spring migration. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.bq64c
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