Data from: What seeds tell us about birds: a multi-year analysis of acorn woodpecker foraging movements

Pamela G. Thompson, Peter E. Smouse, Douglas G. Scofield & Victoria L. Sork
Background: Foraging movements of animals shape their efficiency in finding food and their exposure to the environment while doing so. Our goal was to test the optimal foraging theory prediction that territorial acorn woodpeckers (Melanerpes formicivorus) should forage closer to their 'central place' in years of high resource availability and further afield when resources are less available. We used genetic data on acorns stored in caching sites (granaries) and adult trees for two oak species...
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