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Anti-predator responses in the Chilean Swallow Tachycineta leucopyga breeding in northwest Patagonia
Capsule: Breeding Chilean Swallows Tachycineta leucopyga in Argentina use visual and acoustic signals in response to potential threats from a predator, but these did not vary with brood age. Aims: To study anti-predator behavioural responses in breeding Chilean Swallows from North Patagonia, Argentina, by using a nest-box experiment. Methods: At days eight and 14 after the first nestlings hatched, Chilean Swallow breeding adults were exposed to a stuffed decoys of either a natural localdoi:10.1080/00063657.2019.1617235 fatcat:tr724cu36bejzlcecm5aghdfxm