Population specific annual cycles and migration strategies in a leap-frog migrant

Linus Hedh, Juliana Dänhardt & Anders Hedenström
A common migratory pattern in birds is that northerly breeding populations migrate to more southerly non-breeding sites compared to southerly: a pattern called leap-frog migration. Not only do populations experience differences in migration distances, but also different environmental conditions, which may vary spatiotemporally within their annual cycles, crating distinctive selective pressures and migratory behaviors. Information on how populations schedule their annual cycles according to environmental conditions and by extension, adapt their migratory behaviors is important...
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