Herein, I report annual variation in numbers captured, timing of migration, age ratios, and physiological conditions of migrant Blackpoll Warblers during autumn migrations in the British Virgin Islands, 2003-2012.
I captured and banded 717 Blackpoll Warblers during the Octobers of 2003-2012 while conducting an average of 348.
Blackpoll Warblers were captured as early as 8 and as late as 29 October, with the mean day of capture being 16 October ([+ or -] 0.
34 g fat free mass (FFM) of Blackpoll Warblers (Odum in Dunning 2008).
Studies assessing migration of Blackpoll Warblers have largely been limited to banding stations across northern North America, with an emphasis on the northeastern region of the continent (Hunt and Eliason 1999).
Ground-based migration of Blackpoll Warblers at Harrison Point, Barbados.
Mean mass and mean fat scores (scale of 0-4) for adult (AHY) and juvenile (HY) Blackpoll Warblers captured during migration.
Returning to the tropics: the epic autumn flight of the Blackpoll Warbler.
Blackpoll Warbler (Dendroica striata) fat deposition in southern Nova Scotia during autumn migration.
Autumn stopover ecology of the Blackpoll Warbler (Dendroica striata) in thorn scrub forest of the Dominican Republic.