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Bird's Eye View: Effects of Trophic Mismatch in Alaska


July 23, 2013

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For migratory animals, timing is everything. Species commuting between highly seasonal environments strive to arrive at springtime destinations during peak availability of food and conditions conducive to breeding, nesting and rearing offspring. The challenge is compounded when spring arrives much earlier than the weary travelers. Full Story

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