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Estación Biológica de Doñana
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Oversea migration of white storks through the water barriers of the straits of Gibraltar
Soaring landbirds typically exploit atmospheric uplift as they fly overland, displaying a highly effective energy-saving locomotion. However, large water bodies lack thermal updrafts, potentially...
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strait of gibraltar
When GPS tracking devices do not provide reliable information
There are seasonal and hourly biases in bird tracking devices that combine GPS and solar batteries
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global positioning system
Wind and temperature determine Lesser kestrels selection of hunting strategy
Weather conditions determine which is the optimal strategy along the daily cycle for lesser kestrels to select a commuting or a hunting strategy. Using micro-GPS and accelerometers Jesús...
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Feather fault bars: review and model
First review and synthesis paper on feather fault bars. A model is proposed to link fault bar severity with the propensity to produce fault bars and the intensity of the perturbation. This study...
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Why do kestrels soar?
Individuals allocate considerable amounts of energy to movement, which ultimately affects their ability to survive and reproduce. Birds fly by flapping their wings, which is dependent on the...
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