Nicholas Bayly
Nicholas Bayly
SELVA: Research for Conservation in the Neotropics
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Fuel loads acquired at a stopover site influence the pace of intercontinental migration in a boreal songbird.
C Gómez, NJ Bayly, DR Norris, SA Mackenzie, KV Rosenberg, PD Taylor, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 3405, 2017
Optimality in avian migratory fuelling behaviour: a study of a trans-Saharan migrant
NJ Bayly
Animal Behaviour 71 (1), 173-182, 2006
Extreme fattening by sedge warblers, Acrocephalus schoenobaenus, is not triggered by food availability alone
NJ Bayly
Animal Behaviour 74 (3), 471-479, 2007
Fall migration of the Veery (Catharus fuscescens) in northern Colombia: Determining the energetic importance of a stopover site
NJ Bayly, C Gómez, KA Hobson, AM González, KV Rosenberg
The Auk 129 (3), 449-459, 2012
Energy reserves stored by migrating Gray‐cheeked Thrushes Catharus minimus at a spring stopover site in northern Colombia are sufficient for a long‐distance flight to North America
NJ Bayly, C Gómez, KA Hobson
Ibis 155 (2), 271-283, 2013
Geographic origins and timing of fall migration of the Veery in northern Colombia
AM González-Prieto, KA Hobson, NJ Bayly, C Gómez
The Condor 113 (4), 860-868, 2011
Major stopover regions and migratory bottlenecks for Nearctic-Neotropical landbirds within the Neotropics: a review
NJ Bayly, KV Rosenberg, WE Easton, C Gomez, J Carlisle, DN Ewert, ...
Bird Conservation International 28 (1), 1-26, 2018
Modelling post‐release survival of reintroduced Red‐billed Curassows Crax blumenbachii
CSS Bernardo, H Lloyd, N Bayly, M Galetti
Ibis 153 (3), 562-572, 2011
Migration of raptors, swallows and other diurnal migratory birds through the Darien of Colombia
NJ Bayly, L Cárdenas-Ortiz, M Rubio, C Gómez
Ornitol Neotrop 25, 63-71, 2014
Distribution of Nearctic-Neotropical migratory birds along a South American elevation gradient during spring migration
C Gómez, V Gómez-Bahamón, L Cárdenas-Ortíz, NJ Bayly
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 127 (1), 72-86, 2015
Seasonal variation in stopover site use: Catharus thrushes and vireos in northern Colombia
C Gómez, NJ Bayly, KV Rosenberg
Journal of Ornithology 154 (1), 107-117, 2013
Fuelling for the Sahara crossing: variation in site use and the onset and rate of spring mass gain by 38 Palearctic migrants in the western Sahel
NJ Bayly, PW Atkinson, SJR Rumsey
Journal of Ornithology 153 (3), 931-945, 2012
Fall stopover strategies of three species of thrush (Catharus) in northern South America
C Gómez, NJ Bayly, KV Rosenberg
The Auk 131 (4), 702-717, 2014
Avances en la investigación sobre aves migratorias neárticas–neotropicales en Colombia y retos para el futuro: trabajos del III Congreso de Ornitología Colombiana, 2010
C Gómez, N Bayly, AM González, E Abril, C Arango, JI Giraldo, ...
Ornitología Colombiana 11, 3-13, 2011
Aves migratorias en agroecosistemas del norte de Latinoamérica, con énfasis en Colombia.
AM Díaz-Bohórquez, NJ Bayly, JE Botero, C Gómez
Ornitología Colombiana, 2014
Habitat use, abundance, and persistence of Neotropical migrant birds in a habitat matrix in northeast Belize
C Gómez‐Montes, NJ Bayly
Journal of Field Ornithology 81 (3), 237-251, 2010
Crossing the Sahara desert: migratory strategies of the Grasshopper Warbler Locustella naevia
NJ Bayly, SJR Rumsey, JA Clark
Journal of Ornithology 152 (4), 933-946, 2011
Comparison of autumn and spring migration strategies of Neotropical migratory landbirds in northeast Belize
NJ Bayly, C Gómez
Journal of Field Ornithology 82 (2), 117-131, 2011
Does morphology predict behavior? Correspondence between behavioral and morphometric data in a Tyrant‐flycatcher (Tyrannidae) assemblage in the Santa Marta Mountains, Colombia
E Botero‐Delgadillo, NJ Bayly
Journal of Field Ornithology 83 (4), 329-342, 2012
Documentando estrategias de muda en aves Neotropicales: ejemplos de la Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia
C Gómez, E Botero‐Delgadillo, NJ Bayly, MI Moreno y Páez, C Andrés
Ornitología Neotropical 23, 129-138, 2012
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