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Unforeseen Effects of Supplementary Feeding: Ungulate Baiting Sites as Hotspots for Ground-Nest Predation

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Nest predation at ungulate feeding sites and control sites observed in the field experiment (May 2011).

Boxplot of the probability of a nest being depredated in the vicinity of feeding sites (N = 6, between 9 and 108 m) and far away from ungulate feeding sites (N = 6, between 1.7 and 3.7 km). It shows field data as the proportion of depredated nests recorded at the end of the experiment, i.e. 15 days after nest deployment.

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