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Record #143129:

Weather and breeding success at high latitudes - the pied flycatcher Ficedula hypoleuca and the Siberian tit Parus cinctus / S. Veistola, E. Lehikoinen, T. Eeva.

Title: Weather and breeding success at high latitudes - the pied flycatcher Ficedula hypoleuca and the Siberian tit Parus cinctus / S. Veistola, E. Lehikoinen, T. Eeva.
Author(s): Veistola, S.
Lehikoinen, E.
Eeva, T.
Date: 1997.
In: Ornis Fennica. (1997.), Vol. 74(2) (1997)
Abstract: Breeding success was studied during 1986-1994 in Finnish Lapland. 15% of flycatcher eggs did not hatch. In spells of cold weather during nestling period, flycatchers tried to compensate for inactivity of winged insects by altering foraging niches and diet, but fed less often. Tit changed neither foraging strategy nor frequency in relation to temperature. Hatching success was very good despite early breeding, but 22% of nestlings died.
Notes:

Ornis Fennica. Vol. 74(2) :89-98 (1997).

Keywords: 591.16 -- Animal reproduction.
598.813 -- Muscicapinae: Ficedula hypoleuca.
598.841 -- Paridae: Parus cinctus.
H5 -- Zoology: birds.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*561) -- Finnish Lapland.
SPRI record no.: 143129

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