Data from: Habitat preference facilitates successful early breeding in an open-cup nesting songbird

Ryan R. Germain, Richard Schuster, Kira E. Delmore & Peter Arcese
Selecting breeding habitats that ameliorate environmental limits on fitness and facilitate successful reproduction should benefit individual animals. This is particularly true in the temperate zone, where breeding early in a season presents a unique series of environmental challenges that can limit an individual's fitness. While many studies document links between habitat quality and reproductive success, few identify the cues used to assess habitat quality or the components of reproduction most influenced by occupying higher quality...
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