Following year-round movements in Barn Swallows using geolocators: could breeding pairs remain together during the winter?

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Following year-round movements in Barn Swallows using geolocators: could breeding pairs remain together during the winter? / Arizaga, Juan; Willemoes, Mikkel; Unamuno, Edorta; Unamuno, Jose M.; Thorup, Kasper.

I: Bird Study, Vol. 62, Nr. 1, 02.01.2015, s. 141-145.

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Arizaga, Juan ; Willemoes, Mikkel ; Unamuno, Edorta ; Unamuno, Jose M. ; Thorup, Kasper. / Following year-round movements in Barn Swallows using geolocators: could breeding pairs remain together during the winter?. I: Bird Study. 2015 ; Vol. 62, Nr. 1. s. 141-145.

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T1 - Following year-round movements in Barn Swallows using geolocators: could breeding pairs remain together during the winter?

AU - Arizaga, Juan

AU - Willemoes, Mikkel

AU - Unamuno, Edorta

AU - Unamuno, Jose M.

AU - Thorup, Kasper

PY - 2015/1/2

Y1 - 2015/1/2

N2 - The spatio-temporal schedule provided by geolocators suggests that a pair of Barn Swallows could have remained together during the non-breeding period. Data from four birds, of which two were a breeding pair, showed winter quarters from West to Central Africa. The tracks of the paired individuals coincided both spatially and temporally at a scale of <200 km throughout the non-breeding period, in contrast to the tracks of an unpaired male and female from the same region.

AB - The spatio-temporal schedule provided by geolocators suggests that a pair of Barn Swallows could have remained together during the non-breeding period. Data from four birds, of which two were a breeding pair, showed winter quarters from West to Central Africa. The tracks of the paired individuals coincided both spatially and temporally at a scale of <200 km throughout the non-breeding period, in contrast to the tracks of an unpaired male and female from the same region.

U2 - 10.1080/00063657.2014.998623

DO - 10.1080/00063657.2014.998623

M3 - Article

VL - 62

SP - 141

EP - 145

JO - Bird Study

T2 - Bird Study

JF - Bird Study

SN - 0006-3657

IS - 1

ER -