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Fig. 1 | Movement Ecology

Fig. 1

From: A few long versus many short foraging trips: different foraging strategies of lesser kestrel sexes during breeding

Fig. 1

Effect of the interaction between sex and phenological period on lesser kestrel daily distance traveled (a), daily number of foraging trips (b), daily colony attendance (c), and foraging trip duration (d) as predicted by GLMMs. Colors indicate kestrel sex: female in red and male in blue. Significance of post-hoc comparison between sexes within phenological periods is indicated above the bar pairs. Significance of post-hoc comparison between phenological periods within sexes is indicated under the bars: values not sharing a common letter are significantly different, either uppercase letters for females or lowercase letters for males. P-values are indicated: < 0.5 (*), < 0.01 (**), and < 0.001 (***). Sample size = 244 complete days and 2171 foraging trips

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