Rush or relax: migration tactics of a nocturnal insectivore in response to ecological barriers
Author(s): Lathouwers, M., Artois, T., Dendoncker, N., Beenaerts, N., Conway, G., Henderson, I., Kowalczyk, C., Davaasuren, B., Bayargur, S., Shewring. M., Cross, T., Ulenaers, E., Liechti, F. & Evens, R.
Published: March 2022 Pages: 10pp
Journal: Scientific Reports Volume: 12 ( part 4964 )
Digital Identifier No. (DOI): 10.1038/s41598-022-09106-y
NotesThe BTO authors wish to acknowledge the help and financial support received from Mark Constantine, Forestry England, and the British Birds Charitable Trust.
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