Data from: Autumn freeze-thaw events carry over to depress late-winter reproductive performance in Canada Jays

Alex Sutton, Dan Strickland, Nikole Freeman, Amy Newman & Ryan Norris
Evidence suggests that range-edge populations are highly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change but few studies have examined the specific mechanisms that are driving observed declines. Species that store perishable food for extended periods of time may be particularly susceptible to environmental change because shifts in climatic conditions could accelerate the natural degradation of their cached food. Here, we use 40 years of breeding data from a marked population of Canada jays (Perisoreus canadensis)...
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