Data from: Competitor phenology as a social cue in breeding site selection

Jelmer M. Samplonius & Christiaan Both
1. Predicting habitat quality is a major challenge for animals selecting a breeding patch, because it affects reproductive success. Breeding site selection may be based on previous experience, or on social information from the density and success of competitors with an earlier phenology. 2. Variation in animal breeding phenology is often correlated with variation in habitat quality. Generally, animals breed earlier in high quality habitats that allow them to reach a nutritional threshold required for...
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