Burrowing Owl (Athene cunicularia) nest phenology influenced by drought on nonbreeding grounds

Catie Porro, Martha Desmond, Julie Savidge, Fitsum Abadi Gebreselassie, Kirsten Cruz-McDonnell, Jennifer Davis, Randall Griebel, Rebecca Eckstein & Nancy Hernandez Rodrguez
Migratory birds are demonstrating changes in phenology linked to climate change. Understanding these changes requires connecting events that occur over the multiple regions occupied during their annual cycle. The Burrowing Owl (Athene cunicularia) is a species of concern in North America, with pronounced declines in regions of the Great Plains. Using a dataset that spanned ten breeding sites from South Dakota to northern Mexico in various years during 1989-2017, we observed both advances and delays...
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