Age-dependent Orientation To Magnetically-simulated Geographic Displacements In Migratory Australian Silvereyes (zosterops L-lateralis)

Wilson Ornithological Soc
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Wilson Journal Of Ornithology, 2012, 124 (3), pp. 467 - 477
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Geographic relocations of migratory passerines have shown that adults can compensate for physical displacements; juveniles on their first migration, however, use an innate clock-and-compass strategy and are unable to compensate for displacement. We exami
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