Data from: Reproductive success is driven by local site fidelity despite stronger specialisation by individuals for large scale habitat preference

Samantha Clare Patrick & Henri Weimerskirch
1. There is widespread evidence that within populations, specialists and generalists can coexist and this is particularly prevalent in marine ecosystems, where foraging specialisations are evident. 2. While individuals may limit niche overlap by consistently foraging in specific areas, site fidelity may also emerge as an artefact of habitat choice but both drivers and fitness consequences of site fidelity are poorly understood. 3. Here we examine an individual metric of site and habitat fidelity, using...
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