Data from: Plasticity of parental care under the risk of predation: how much should parents reduce care?

Cameron K. Ghalambor, Susana I. Peluc & Thomas E. Martin
Predation can be an important agent of natural selection shaping parental care behaviours, and can also favor behavioural plasticity. Parent birds often decrease the rate that they visit the nest to provision offspring when perceived risk is high. Yet the plasticity of such responses may differ among species as a function of either their relative risk of predation, or the mean rate of provisioning. Here, we report parental provisioning responses to experimental increases in the...
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