Data from: The presence of kleptoparasitic fledglings is associated with a reduced breeding success in the host family in the barn owl

Motti Charter, Ido Izhaki & Alexandre Roulin
Fledgling birds sometimes abandon their own nest and move to neighboring nests where they are fed by host parents. This behaviour, referred to as “nest‐switching”, is well known in precocial birds that are mobile soon after hatching and can easily reach foster nests. In contrast, due to the difficulty of observing nest‐switching in territorial altricial birds, the causes and consequences of moving to others’ nests are poorly known in this group of birds. Nest‐switchers can...
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