Data for: Attraction of nocturnally migrating birds to artificial light: the influence of colour, intensity and blinking mode under different cloud cover conditions

Published: 22 February 2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/c4szbkbgyk.1
Contributors:
Maren Rebke,
Volker Dierschke,
Christiane N. Weiner,
Ralf Aumüller,
Katrin Hill,
Reinhold Hill

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The folder includes the following files: Main data files used for the paper - They include the number of individually flying small birds recorded in the thermal imaging video frames from the camera with the telephoto lens (file: Rebke_et_al_BiolConserv_telephoto_lens_Data.csv) or the wide angle lens (file: Rebke_et_al_BiolConserv_wide_angle_lens_Data.csv) summed over each 15 minutes block of light or darkness. These data were collected in autumn 2013, spring 2014 and autumn 2014 near Hörnum in the south of the island of Sylt, which is situated in the German part of the Wadden Sea. Additional data files used for the paper - They include the number of audio files with bird calls summed over each 15 minutes block of light or darkness for the three most common species in our data set: Redwings Turdus iliacus (file: Rebke_et_al_BiolConserv_audio_recordings_Turdus_iliacus_AddData.csv), Song Thrushes T. philomelos (file: Rebke_et_al_BiolConserv_audio_recordings_Turdus_philomelos_AddData.csv) or Common Blackbirds T. merula (file: Rebke_et_al_BiolConserv_audio_recordings_Turdus_merula_AddData.csv).

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Birds, Animal Migration, Conservation Behavior, Artificial Lighting

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