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Emily B. Cohen, Jeffrey A. Hostetler, J. Andrew Royle and Peter P. Marra Estimating migratory connectivity of birds when re-encounter probabilities are heterogeneous Ecology and Evolution 4

Version of Record online: 8 APR 2014 | DOI: 10.1002/ece3.1059

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Understanding the biology and conducting effective conservation of migratory species requires knowledge of migratory connectivity, the geographic linkages of populations between stages of the annual cycle. Unfortunately, we are lacking this information for most migratory species. We demonstrate the use of available large-scale banding and re-encounter data to estimate migratory connectivity for North American breeding birds in a multistate recapture and recovery model that accounts for re-encounter probabilities.

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