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Breeding success of azure-winged magpies Cyanopica cyana in central Spain

AuthorsMuñoz-Pulido, Rodrigo; Bautista, Luis M. ; Alonso López, Juan C. ; Alonso López, Javier A.
Issue Date1990
PublisherTaylor & Francis
CitationBird Study 37 (2) : 111-114 (1990)
AbstractThe breeding success of Azure-winged Magpies was studied in Central Spain during 1986. Nesting density was 1.01 nests/ha, but nests were clumped. Breeding season was short and synchronized. Clutches were initiated between 10 April and 25 May. Clutches were started in 69% and completed in 60% of 136 nests built. Mean clutch size was 6.2 eggs. Only 32% of nesting attempts were successful, with an average 5.1 young fledged. Success declined as the season advanced.
Publisher version (URL)http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00063659009477046
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