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Parental care has been widely studied in birds and mammals, but variation in space use in family groups has received less attention, despite its potential importance for both survival and subsequent dispersal of offspring. In this study, we evaluate factors affecting postfledging family space use in a small territorial songbird, the great tit (Parus major). Family space use was monitored using radio tracking. Our main objectives were 1) to quantify in detail the temporal and spatial scale ofdoi:10.1093/beheco/arr063 fatcat:vuq2hkzrarazjl7h2uyoqhe5im