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In focus: differential migration strategies in insects and birds

In the autumn of 2015, Chapman et. al published a paper on "Adaptive strategies in nocturnally migrating insects and songbirds: contrasting responses to wind" in Journal of animal ecology.
Silver y moth
Silver y moth (Autographa gamma). Photo: Ian Woiwod.

In the same journal, Susanne Åkesson presents an "In Focus" piece, highlighting this paper, and putting it into a wider context of insect and bird migration research.

Read the paper "Flying with the winds: differential migration strategies in relation to winds in moth and songbirds".

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