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Meteorological conditions influence short-term survival and dispersal in a reinforced long-lived bird population
1. A high immediate mortality rate of released animals is an important cause of translocation failure ("release cost"). Post-release dispersal (i.e. the movements from the release site to the first breeding site) has recently been identified as another source of local translocation failure. In spite of their potential effects on conservation program outcomes, little is known about the quantitative effects of these two sources of translocation failure and their interactions with environmentaldoi:10.1101/003228 fatcat:fqvyekawf5e5rleqsjvjbgwdpi