Further Reading

Battin J (2004) When good animals love bad habitats: Ecological traps and the conservation of animal populations. Conservation Biology 18: 1482-1491.

BoulinierT and Danchin E (1997) The use of conspecific reproductive success for breeding patch selection in territorial migratory species. Evolutionary Ecology 11: 505-517.

BoulinierT, Mariette M, Doligez B, and Danchin E (2008) Choosing where to breed - Breeding habitat choice. In: Danchin E, Giraldeau L-A, and Cezilly F (eds.) Behavioural Ecology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Boulinier T, Yoccoz NG, McCoy KD, Erikstad KE, and Tveraa T (2002) Testing the effect of conspecific reproductive success on dispersal and recruitment decisions in a colonial bird: Design issues. Journal of Applied Statistics 29: 509-520.

Charnov EL (1976) Optimal foraging: The marginal value theorem. Theoretical Population Biology 9: 129-136.

Clobert J, Danchin E, Dhondt A, and Nichols JD (eds.) (2001) Dispersal. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Cody ML (1985) Habitat Selection in Birds. San Diego, CA: Academy Press.

Dall SRX, Giraldeau L-A, Olsson O, McNamara JM, and Stephens DW (2005) Information and its use by animals in evolutionary ecology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 20: 188-193.

Danchin E, BoulinierT, and Massot M (1998) Conspecific reproductive success and breeding habitat selection: Implications for the study of coloniality. Ecology 79: 2415-2428.

Doligez B, Cadet C, Danchin E, and Boulinier T (2003) When to use public information for breeding habitat selection? The role of environmental predictability and density dependence. Animal Behaviour 66: 973-988.

Doligez B, Danchin E, and Clobert J (2002) Public information and breeding habitat selection in a wild bird population. Science 297: 1168-1170.

Doligez B, Danchin E, Clobert J, and Gustafsson L (1999) The use of conspecific reproductive success for breeding habitat selection in a non-colonial, hole-nesting species, the collared flycatcher. Journal of Animal Ecology 68: 1193-1206.

Doligez B, Part T, Danchin E, Clobert J, and Gustafsson L (2004) Availability and use of public information and conspecific density for settlement decisions in the collared flycatcher. Journal of Animal Ecology 73: 75-87.

Doncaster CPD, Clobert J, Doligez B, Gustafsson L, and Danchin E (1997) Balanced dispersal between spatially varying local populations: An alternative to the source-sink model. American Naturalist 150: 425-445.

Eggers S, Griesser M, Nystrand M, and Ekman J (2006) Predation risk induces changes in nest-site selection and clutch size in the Siberian jay. Proceedings of the Royal Society London Series B 273: 701-706.

Endler JA and Thery M (1996) Interacting effects of lek placement, display behaviour, ambient light, and color patterns in three neotropical forest-dwelling birds. American Naturalist 148: 421-452.

Forsman JT, Mönkkönen M, Helle P, and Inkeroinen J (1998)

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Fretwell SD and Lucas HL, Jr. (1970) On territorial behaviour and other factors influencing habitat distribution in birds. Acta Biotheoretica 19: 16-36.

Giraldeau L-A and Caraco T (2000) Social Foraging Theory. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Haas CC (1998) Effects of prior nesting success on site fidelity and breeding dispersal: An experimental approach. Auk 115: 929-936.

Iwasa Y, Higashi M, and Yamamura N (1981) Prey distribution as a factor determining the choice of optimal foraging strategy. American Naturalist 117: 710-723.

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Muller KL, Stamps JA, Krishnan VV, and Willits NH (1997) The effects of conspecific attraction and habitat quality on habitat selection in territorial birds (Troglodytes aedon). American Naturalist 150: 650-661.

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Outreman Y, Le Ralec A, Wajnberg E, and Pierre J-S (2005) Effects of within- and among-patch experiences on the patch-leaving decision rules in an insect parasitoid. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 58: 208-217.

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Reed JM and Dobson AP (1993) Behavioural constraints and conservation biology: Conspecific attraction and recruitment. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 8: 253-256.

Rodenhouse NL, Sherry TW, and Holmes RT (1997) Site-dependent regulation of population size: A new synthesis. Ecology 78: 2025-2042.

Stephens DW and Krebs JR (1987) Foraging Theory. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Switzer PV (1997) Past reproductive success affects future habitat selection. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 40: 307-312.

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Waage JK (1979) Foraging for patchily distributed hosts by the parasitoid. Nemeritis canescens. Journal of Animal Ecology 48: 353-371.

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