Large birds travel farther in homogeneous environments

Marlee A. Tucker, Olga Alexandrou, Richard O. Bierregaard, Keith L. Bildstein, Katrin Böhning-Gaese, Chloe Bracis, John N. Brzorad, Evan R. Buechley, David Cabot, Justin M. Calabrese, Carlos Carrapato, Andre Chiaradia, Lisa C. Davenport, Sarah C. Davidson, Mark Desholm, Christopher R. DeSorbo, Robert Domenech, Peter Enggist, William F. Fagan, Nina FarwigWolfgang Fiedler, Christen H. Fleming, Alastair Franke, John M. Fryxell, Clara García-Ripollés, David Grémillet, Larry R. Griffin, Roi Harel, Adam Kane, Roland Kays, Erik Kleyheeg, Anne E. Lacy, Scott LaPoint, Rubén Limiñana, Pascual López-López, Alan D. Maccarone, Ugo Mellone, Elizabeth K. Mojica, Ran Nathan, Scott H. Newman, Michael J. Noonan, Steffen Oppel, Mark Prostor, Eileen C. Rees, Yan Ropert-Coudert, Sascha Rösner, Nir Sapir, Dana Schabo, Matthias Schmidt, Holger Schulz, Mitra Shariati, Adam Shreading, João Paulo Silva, Henrik Skov, Orr Spiegel, John Y. Takekawa, Claire S. Teitelbaum, Mariëlle L. van Toor, Vicente Urios, Javier Vidal-Mateo, Qiang Wang, Bryan D. Watts, Martin Wikelski, Kerri Wolter, Ramūnas Žydelis, Thomas Mueller

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