Data from: Flexible response to short-term weather in a cold-adapted songbird

Marie-Pier Laplante, Emily A. McKinnon, Oliver P. Love & François Vézina
To improve survival during winter, temperate species use a variety of behavioural and physiological adaptations. Among songbirds, the maintenance of lipid reserves is a widely-used strategy to cope with the severity of winter; however, little is known regarding how multiple synchronously acting environmental mechanisms work together to drive these effects. In a context where temperate winter conditions are becoming more variable, it is important to widen our understanding regarding the flexible adaptations that may allow...
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