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Appendix 1. Animal care and maintenance.

Appendix 2: Calculation of chromatic and achromatic contrast.

Appendix 3. Description of radio-controlled aircraft.

Appendix 4. Determination of chromatic and achromatic contrast of different LED lights based on the Canada goose vision model.

Fig. S1. Irradiance curves used for chromatic and achromatic contrast calculations based on the spectra of commercially available LEDs (CoolLED, Andover, UK).

Fig. S2. Chromatic contrast results (units, just noticeable differences, JND) for LEDs with different peak wavelengths (CoolLED, Andover, UK) under different ambient light conditions: (a) sunny, (b) partly cloudy, and (c) and cloudy.

Fig. S3. Achromatic contrast results (units, just noticeable differences, JND) for LED lights with different peak wavelengths (CoolLED, Andover, UK) under different ambient light conditions: (a) sunny, (b) partly cloudy, and (c) and cloudy.

Table S1. Parameters used to fit the irradiance curves of the LEDs to spectra provided by the product manufacturer (CoolLED, An dover, UK). Shown are peak wavelengths (λ) of LEDs and the SD used for curve fitting.

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