Data from: Mate fidelity improves survival and breeding propensity of a long-lived bird

Alan Leach, Thomas Riecke, , David Ward & Sean Boyd
1. Evolutionary and behavioral ecologists have long been interested in factors shaping the variation in mating behavior observed in nature. Whereas, much of the research on this topic has focused on the consequences of mate choice and mate change on annual reproductive success, studies of a potential positive link between mate fidelity and adult demographic rates have been comparatively rare. This is particularly true for long-lived birds with multi-year, socially monogamous pair bonds. 2. We...
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