Are recaptures of banded birds efficient at detecting altitudinal migrations in the Atlantic Forest?

Fabio Schunck, Marco Antonio Rego, Luís Fábio Silveira & Carlos Candia-Gallardo
ABSTRACT Altitudinal migration in birds comprises seasonal movements between breeding and non-breeding areas in mountainous regions, attributed to biotic and abiotic factors. Different authors have suggested the existence of altitudinal migration between high and low areas of the mountains of the Atlantic Forest, with movement from high to low during the winter when birds would be fleeing the cold and in search of food, but there is no documented evidence. Through recaptures of understory birds,...
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