Data From: Long-term winter food supplementation shows no significant impact on reproductive performance in Mountain Chickadees in the Sierra Nevada Mountains

Benjamin Sonnenberg, Joseph Welklin, Carrie Branch, Angela Pitera, Lauren Benedict, Virginia Heinen, Dovid Kozlovsky, Eli Bridge & Vladimir Pravosudov
Supplemental feeding of wild animal populations is popular across many areas of the world and has long been considered beneficial, especially to avian taxa. Over four billion dollars are spent by hobby bird feeders in the United States each year alone. However, there is mixed evidence whether wildlife feeding is beneficial, including when it is implemented as a conservation management tool, a targeted experimental design, or an avocation. Much of the current evidence suggests that...
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