Data from: Landscape genetics identifies streams and drainage infrastructure as dispersal corridors for an endangered wetland bird

Charles B. Van Rees, J. Michael Reed, Robert E. Wilson, Jared G. Underwood & Sarah A. Sonsthagen
Anthropogenic alterations to landscape structure and composition can have significant impacts on biodiversity, potentially leading to species extinctions. Population-level impacts of landscape change are mediated by animal behaviors, in particular dispersal behavior. Little is known about the dispersal habits of rails (Rallidae) due to their cryptic behavior and tendency to occupy densely vegetated habitats. The effects of landscape structure on the movement behavior of waterbirds in general are poorly studied due to their reputation for...
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