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Fig. 3 | Animal Biotelemetry

Fig. 3

From: Autumn migration and wintering site of a wood warbler Phylloscopus sibilatrix breeding in Denmark identified using geolocation

Fig. 3

Latitude (left) and longitude (right) of stopover sites against time given with arrival and departure date for the wood warbler. Colours of stopovers correspond to colours in Fig. 1, while black lines indicate migration between sites. For comparison, we included latitude and longitude of all ringing data positions with ringing (n = 493, grey circles) and recovery date (n = 71, grey triangles) during breeding and autumn migration obtained from EURING (http://www.euring.org/edb). Dark grey triangles are sub-Saharan recoveries (n = 5). Grey lines are drawn between individuals ringed and recovered in the same year (n = 15). Birds recovered dead were excluded based on EURING codes: “circumstance and condition”

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