Data from: Food supplementation and predation risk in harsh climate: interactive effects on abundance and body condition of tit species

Chiara Morosinotto, Alexandre Villers, Rauno Varjonen & Erkki Korpimäki
Food availability and predation risk can have drastic impacts on animal behaviour and populations. The tradeoff between foraging and predator avoidance is crucial for animal survival and will strongly affect individual body mass, since large fat reserves are beneficial to reduce starvation but may increase predation risk. However, two-factor experiments simultaneously investigating the interactive effects of food and predation risk, are still rare. We studied the effects of food supplementation and natural predation risk imposed...
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