Migratory connectivity of Audubon's Shearwaters
Audubon's Shearwaters (Puffinus lherminieri) are a focus of two tracking projects. The first was initiated in 2008 in The Bahamas and the second was initiated in 2012 in Tobago.
2008: Geolocators, migration, connectivity, Sargasso Sea; Exumas Cays, The Bahamas.
2012: Geolocators, migration, connectivity; Little Tobago, Tobago.
Patrick Jodice, USGS South Carolina Cooperative Research Unit / Clemson University
Will Mackin, Guilford College/West Indian Seabird Atlas
Environment Management Authority of Tobago
US Fish & Wildlife Service, USGS, and BirdsCaribbean through a grant from The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. Support also was provided by Bahamas National Trust.
Ramos R., Paiva V.H., Zajková Z., Precheur C., Fagundes A.I., Jodice P.G.R., Mackin W., Zino F., Bretagnolle V., González-Solís J. 2020. Spatial ecology of closely related taxa: the case of the little shearwater complex in the North Atlantic Ocean. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. DOI: 10.1093/zoolinnean/zlaa045