Data from: Highly mobile insectivorous swifts perform multiple intra-tropical migrations to exploit an asynchronous African phenology

Gabriel Norevik, Giovanni Boano, Anders Hedenström, Roberto Lardelli, Felix Liechti & Susanne Åkesson
With timely allocated movement phases, mobile organisms can match their space-use with the seasonality of the environment and thereby optimise their resource utilisation over time. Long-distance avian migrants are known to move with the seasonal dynamics on an annual basis, but how individuals respond to seasonality within their tropical non-breeding range has been less studied. Here we analyse the movement pattern of a highly mobile aerial insectivorous bird, the pallid swift Apus pallidus, and its...
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