Full annual cycle tracking of a small songbird, the Siberian Rubythroat Calliope calliope, along the East Asian flywayстатья

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[1] Full annual cycle tracking of a small songbird, the siberian rubythroat calliope calliope, along the east asian flyway / H. Wieland, P. Lykke, H. Ramona et al. // Journal of Ornithology. — 2018. — P. 1–15. We used light-level based geolocation to study the spatio-temporal behaviour of Siberian Rubythroats Calliope calliope breeding in the Amur region of Far East Russia. Three retrieved devices revealed long-distance migrations, with south-westward movement from Amur through Northeast China in autumn, reaching their wintering grounds in South-East Asia without major detours and apparently slightly further east than the return migration in spring. A single, shorter stopover occurred in two of the three individuals in both and spring and autumn. Migration was faster in spring compared to autumn. The birds spent most of their time in seasonal habitats on their temperate breeding sites, and in less seasonal habitats on their tropical wintering grounds. Departure and arrival on their breeding site coincided with decreasing and increasing vegetation greenness, respectively. This is the first study presenting year-round tracking data for a songbird migrating from mainland Eurasia to South-East Asia along the East Asian flyway. (Submitted to Journal of Ornithology in December 2017.). [ DOI ]

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