The predator activity landscape predicts the anti‐predator behavior and distribution of prey in a tundra community

Jeanne Clermont, Alexis Grenier-Potvin, Éliane Duchesne, Charline Couchoux, Frédéric Dulude-De Broin, Andréanne Beardsell, Joël Bêty & Dominique Berteaux
Predation shapes communities through consumptive and non-consumptive effects. In the latter case, prey respond to perceived predation risk through proactive or reactive risk management strategies occurring at different spatial and temporal scales. The predator-prey space race and landscape of fear concepts are useful to better understand how predation risk affects prey behavioral decisions and distribution. We assessed predation-risk effects in a terrestrial Arctic community, where the arctic fox is the main predator of ground-nesting birds....
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