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Table 2 Summary of Gray Catbird (Dumetella carolinensis) overwintering locations identified using GPS tags

From: Migration ecology of western gray catbirds

  Winter Location 1 Winter Location 2 Winter Location 3 Winter Location 4
Tag ID Dates State Days Dates State Days KM Dates State Days KM Dates State Days KM
British Columbia
 42000 Oct 12-Nov 1 NLE 20             
 42005 Oct 12-Mar 9 TX 158             
 48964 Oct 16-Mar 27 SLP 162 Mar 31-Apr 10 SLP 10 109         
 48961 Oct 14-Apr 2 TAM 169             
 48965 Oct 22-Oct 26 TAM 4 Dec 1-Feb 1 TAM 62 32 Mar 1-Mar 17 SLP 16 178 Mar 19-Apr 20 HID 32 67
 48963 Oct 16 TAM              
Bitterroot River Valley
 251 Dec 7-Jan 7 TAM 30             
 262 Dec 7-Feb 7 TX 62             
 245 Jan 7 TAM              
 40958 Oct 18-Jan 5 TAM 79 Feb 4 TAM   19 Mar 1 HID   278     
 48126+ Nov 1-Nov 21 TAM 20 Dec 1-Feb 19 TAM 80 5 Mar 15-Apr 26 HID 42 275     
 48120 Oct 14-Nov 11 TAM 28 Dec 1-Feb 19 TAM 81 114 Mar 8-Apr 19 VER 41 234 Apr 26-May 3 VER 7 8
 48121 Oct 29-Dec 21 VER 53 Dec 31 VER   6         
 48123 Oct 14-Mar 1 TAM 138 Mar 15-Apr 26 HID 42 353         
 48124 Oct 19-Mar 1 TAM 133 Mar 8-May 3 VER 56 313         
 48131 Oct 14-Jan 20 TAM 98 Feb 19-Mar 8 SLP 17 168 Mar 22-Apr 26 VER 35 79     
 48133 Oct 14-Feb 19 TAM 128 Mar 29-May 3 PUE 63 275         
 48134 Oct 14-Mar 29 VER 176 Apr 5-May 3 HID 28 119         
  1. +This bird moved around in Tamaulipas between Oct 19 and Nov 1
  2. Details of overwintering sites obtained from GPS tags placed on Gray Catbirds in the South Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada, and the Bitterroot River Valley, Montana, USA. Abbreviations include minimum length of stay (Days), the distance between current and previous overwintering site (KM). States are abbreviated as Nuevo Leon (NLE), San Luis Potosi (SLP), Tamaulipas (TAM), Veracruz (VER), Hidalgo (HID), Puebla (PUE), and Texas (TX)
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