Data from: Functional connectivity experiments reflect routine movement behavior of a tropical hummingbird species

Noelia Laura Volpe, Adam S. Hadley, W. Douglas Robinson & Matthew G. Betts
Translocation experiments, in which researchers displace animals then monitor their movements to return home, are commonly used as tools to assess functional connectivity of fragmented landscapes. Such experiments are purported to have important advantages of being time efficient and standardizing 'motivation' to move across individuals. Yet, we lack tests of whether movement behavior of translocated birds reflects natural behavior of unmanipulated birds. We compared the routine movement behavior of a tropical hummingbird (Phaethornis guy) to...
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