Data from: Estimating transient populations of unmarked individuals at a migratory stopover site using generalized N-mixture models

Eunbi Kwon, Lawrence M. Houghton, Robert E. Settlage, Daniel H. Catlin, Sarah M. Karpanty & James D. Fraser
1. Migration counts are popular indices used to monitor population trends over time. Advanced analytical methods for estimating abundance of unmarked, open populations now incorporate population growth models and simultaneously test for covariate effects on abundance and detection probability. However, estimating population abundance at a staging site is complicated by daily immigration and emigration of unmarked individuals. 2. We applied a set of generalized N-mixture models to simulated count data to test their applicability for...
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