Has long-distance flight ability been maintained by pigeons in highly insular habitats?

Daichi Tsujimoto, Haruko Ando, Hajime Suzuki, Kazuo Horikoshi, Nobuyoshi Nakajima, Yoshihisa Suyama, Ayumi Matsuo, Chieko Fujii & Yuji Isagi
Aim: A reduction in dispersal ability has been thought to be a general trend for island land birds because of their physical isolation to a limited area, scarcity of predators, and ability to forage without flight in island habitats. However, recent studies have indicated that long-distance dispersal among island habitats may be maintained in island pigeon populations, which may be related to unstable food resource availability on a single island. Here, we investigated whether pigeons...
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