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Table 1 Sex, start and end dates and number of days of data for each white stork

From: Are white storks addicted to junk food? Impacts of landfill use on the movement and behaviour of resident white storks (Ciconia ciconia) from a partially migratory population

Sexa Capture Date End of Breeding No. Days of Data Total Breeding Onset Verification Date Last Tracked
Non-breeding Breeding
(M) 15/11/2012 06/06/2013 118 85 203 A + F 14/02/2014
(F) 15/11/2012 28/05/2013 123 71 194 A 13/05/2014
F 16/11/2012 21/06/2013 112 105 217 A + F 16/09/2013
(F) 24/11/2012 04/06/2013 119 73 192 A 11/01/2014
(M) 24/11/2012 30/03/2013 126 62 188 A + F 05/06/2013
(F) 25/11/2012 17/04/2013 101 42 143 A 21/07/2013
(M) 25/11/2012 19/05/2013 113 62 175 A + F 24/06/2013
(F) 30/12/2012 08/06/2013 78 82 160 A + F 24/09/2013
(F) 30/12/2012 02/05/2012 99 24 123 A 15/09/2013
(M) 17/01/2013 31/05/2013 66 68 134 A 12/09/2013
(F) 17/01/2013 12/06/2013 68 78 146 A 12/06/2013
F 29/11/2013 06/06/2014 90 99 189 A + F 10/10/2014
F 08/12/2013 10/06/2014 88 96 184 A + F 11/11/2014
(M) 11/12/2013 01/06/2014 82 90 172 A 28/06/2014
(M) 11/12/2013 01/06/2014 83 89 172 A + F 26/06/2014
(M) 15/01/2014 01/06/2014 83 89 137 A 21/08/2014
(F) 02/02/2014 17/04/2014 50 24 74 A + F 01/06/2014
  1. Breeding onset from field observations (F) and/or accelerometer data (A)
  2. aSex: in brackets was estimated at time of capture from physical characteristics, without brackets was confirmed from copulation