Partial Altitudinal Migration of a Himalayan Forest Pheasant

  • Norbu N
  • Wikelski M
  • Wilcove D
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Altitudinal migration systems are poorly understood. Recent advances in animal telemetry which enables tracking of migrants across their annual cycles will help illustrate unknown migration patterns and test existing hypotheses. Using telemetry, we show the existence of a complex partial altitudinal migration system in the Himalayas and discuss our findings to help better understand partial and altitudinal migration.

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  • Nawang Norbu

  • Martin C. Wikelski

  • David S. Wilcove

  • Jesko Partecke

  • Ugyen

  • Ugyen Tenzin

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