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Phenological asynchrony in populations of migratory birds as a consequence of climate change. A literature review.

Madeleine Rubenstein and Michale Glennon

Published 2015 Access Full Text


Technical paper reporting on an extensive literature review of the current understanding of phenological asynchrony in migratory bird populations. It examines the potential for phenological mismatch between birds and their food sources as it relates to expected and observed climate changes in the Adirondack Park and observed declines among these species.


migratory songbirds, nesting behavior, phenological asynchrony, Adirondacks




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