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Time and energy budgets of sandhill cranes from mid-continental North America



Time and energy budgets of sandhill cranes from mid-continental North America



Journal of Wildlife Management 51.2: 440-448



Time and energy budgets were quantified for sandhill cranes (Grus canadensis) wintering in western Texas, at 3 spring migration staging areas, and during the pre-nesting period in western Alaska. Integration of habitat use, food habits, and physiology and condition data with concurrent time and energy budgets indicated that lipid dynamics covaried with reproductive status, habitat conditions, and time and energy allocations.

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DOI: 10.2307/3801032


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