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Does Seasonal Decline in Breeding Performance Differ for an African Raptor across an Urbanization Gradient?
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution
As human populations have increased globally, so too has the transformation of natural landscapes into more urban areas. Within Africa, population growth rates and urbanization rates are amongst the highest in the world, but the impacts of these processes on Africa's wildlife are largely un-explored. In this study, we focus on a recently established population of black sparrowhawks Accipiter melanoleucus in Cape Town, South Africa. Using long-term data (16 years), we investigate thedoi:10.3389/fevo.2017.00047 fatcat:zrc3f7sqzzdenid2nixvndqsva