Weather fluctuations are linked to nesting success and renesting decisions in saffron finches

Fernando Marques-Santos, Uschi Wischhoff & Marcos Rodrigues
Life‐histories of neotropical birds seem to vary beyond what is expected according to patterns from northern temperate regions. This variation is well exemplified by saffron finches Sicalis flaveola in subtropical Brazil. They breed for five months on a climate that is relatively warm and rainy throughout the year. Females may attempt from one nest with two eggs up to three nests with five eggs per season. Previous work showed that age and individual quality were...
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