Data from: Breeding habitat and nest site selection by an obligatory “nest-cleptoparasite”, the Amur Falcon Falco amurensis

Wieland Heim, Martin Frommhold, Arend Heim, Mikhail Barabanov, Franziska Maier, Ralf-Udo Mühle & Sergei Smirenski
The selection of a nest site is crucial for successful reproduction of birds. Animals which re-use or occupy nest sites constructed by other species often have limited choice. Little is known about the criteria of nest-stealing species to choose suitable nesting sites and habitats. Here, we analyze breeding site selection of an obligatory “nest-cleptoparasite”, the Amur Falcon Falco amurensis. We collected data on nest sites at Muraviovka Park in the Russian Far East, where the...
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