2006 journal article

Effects of human recreation on the incubation behavior of American Oystercatchers


By: C. McGowan* & T. Simons*

TL;DR: A low frequency of trips to and from the nest and, counter to expectations, low percent time spent incubating were associated with higher daily nest survival rates, suggesting that changes in incubation behavior might be one mechanism by which human recreation affects the reproductive success of American Oystercatchers. (via Semantic Scholar)
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