Skip to main content
Fig. 2 | Movement Ecology

Fig. 2

From: Oversummering juvenile and adult Semipalmated sandpipers in Perú gain enough survival to compensate for foregone breeding opportunity

Fig. 2

State transitions for Semipalmated Sandpipers at Paracas, Perú. Solid arrows denote compulsory transitions, and dashed transitions denote probalistic transitions estimated by the multi-state mark-recapture (MSMR) model. Sampling occasions (Winter 1, Winter2, Spring, Summer and Fall) are not of equal length The split of Winter 1 and Winter 2 made them all comparable with each other with equal lengths S{Winter} = S {Summer}. States are defined in the text: J (juvenile/yearling), A (adult), M1 (migrant yearling), and M2 (migrant adult)

Back to article page
\