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Sunday, March 13, 2022

Supplementary material for McGrady et al. In press. Sandgrouse 44.

These figures provide supplementary information about an Egyptian Vulture (Neophron percnopterus) tracked as it transitioned during 2018 - 2020 from being a floating individual in Oman and Iran to an apparent territory holder in Iran.  The published account of the movements of that bird is:

McGrady, MJ, Schmidt, M, Elahi Rad, Z & Meyburg, B-U. In press. Tracking of an Egyptian Vulture Neophron percnopterus as it transitions from being a floater to being a territory-holder.  Sandgrouse 44: xxx - xxx. 

Ornithological Society of the Middle East: https://osme.org/

Supplementary Figure 1. Box plot of daily travel range of an Egyptian Vulture tracked in Oman and Iran during six purported periods of floating, acquiring a territory and breeding, 20 January 2018 – 30 March 2020. 1 - Floating in Oman and Iran, 2 - Pre-recruitment, 3 - Prospecting for territory, 4 - Breeding, territory holding 2019, 5 - Non-breeding, territory holding, 6 - Breeding season 2020 (partial). Boxes = 2nd and 3rd quartile, red diamond=mean, line in box=median, whiskers=approx 95% confidence intervals, black dot=outliers.