Displacement of a large double-crested Cormorant, ...
|Title||Displacement of a large double-crested Cormorant, Phalacrocorax auritus, colony following human disturbance|
|Author(s)||D. K. Cairns, R. L. Dibblee, Pierre Y. Daoust|
|Abstract||Double-crested Cormorants (Phalacrocorax auritus) breeding at a Prince Edward Island colony, the largest in northeastern North America, shifted their nesting location to a nearby island after springtime shooting at the colony. Post-shift numbers at the new site (4525 nests) were 92% of the previous combined population of the two colonies. Clutch size and hatching date were similar before and after the move. Disturbance-induced displacements of seabird colonies are rare; this shift may have been caused by perturbation during a sensitive period prior to laying.|
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