Luis M. Bautista-Sopelana
Luis M. Bautista-Sopelana
National Museum of Natural Sciences, MNCN - CSIC
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Effect of weekend road traffic on the use of space by raptors
LM Bautista, JT Garcia, RG Calmaestra, C Palacin, CA Martin, ...
Conservation Biology 18 (3), 726-732, 2004
To walk or to fly? How birds choose among foraging modes
LM Bautista, J Tinbergen, A Kacelnik
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (3), 1089, 2001
Patch use in cranes: a field test of optimal foraging predictions
JC Alonso, JA Alonso, LM Bautista, R Muñoz-Pulido
Animal Behaviour 49 (5), 1367-1379, 1995
A field test of ideal free distribution in flock-feeding common cranes
LM Bautista, JC Alonso, JA Alonso
Journal of Animal Ecology, 747-757, 1995
Optimal foraging and beyond: how starlings cope with changes in food availability
LM Bautista, J Tinbergen, P Wiersma, A Kacelnik
The American Naturalist 152 (4), 543-561, 1998
Carrying capacity of staging areas and facultative migration extension in common cranes
JC Alonso, JA Alonso, LM Bautista
Journal of Applied Ecology, 212-222, 1994
Geographical variation in the density of the White Stork Ciconia ciconia in Spain: influence of habitat structure and climate
LM Carrascal, LM Bautista, E Lázaro
Biological Conservation 65 (1), 83-87, 1993
Nest‐site selection by Great Bustards Otis tarda suggests a trade‐off between concealment and visibility
M Magaña, JC Alonso, CA Martin, LM Bautista, B Martín
Ibis 152 (1), 77-89, 2010
Family‐based territoriality vs flocking in wintering common cranes Grus grus
JC Alonso, LM Bautista, JA Alonso
Journal of Avian Biology 35 (5), 434-444, 2004
A 20-year study of wintering common crane fluctuations using time series analysis
LM Bautista, JC Alonso, JA Alonso
The Journal of wildlife management, 563-572, 1992
Foraging site displacement in common crane flocks
LM Bautista, JC Alonso, JA Alonso
Animal behaviour 56 (5), 1237-1243, 1998
Daily routines of body mass gain in birds: 2. An experiment with reduced food availability
V Polo, LM Bautista
Animal behaviour 72 (3), 517-522, 2006
Males of a Strongly Polygynous Species Consume More Poisonous Food than
C Bravo, LM Bautista, M Garcıa-Parıs, G Blanco, JC Alonso
PLOS ONE 9 (10), e111057: 1-13, 2014
Modelling state‐dependent interference in common cranes
RA Stillman, LM Bautista, JC Alonso, JA Alonso
Journal of Animal Ecology 71 (5), 874-882, 2002
Dominance and the dynamics of phenotype-limited distribution in common cranes
JC Alonso, LM Bautista, JA Alonso
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 40, 401-408, 1997
Nest-site selection and nesting success in the Azure-winged Magpie in Central Spain
JA Alonso, R Munoz-Pulido, LM Bautista, JC Alonso
Bird Study 38 (1), 45-51, 1991
Blood values of common cranes (Grus grus) by age and season
M Abelenda, MP Nava, A Fernandez, JA Alonso, JC Alonso, ...
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Physiology 104 (3), 575-578, 1993
Daily body mass regulation in dominance-structured coal tit (Parus ater) flocks in response to variable food access: a laboratory study
V Polo, LM Bautista
Behavioral Ecology 13 (5), 696-704, 2002
Need and seek for dietary micronutrients: endogenous regulation, external signalling and food sources of carotenoids in New World vultures
G Blanco, D Hornero-Méndez, SA Lambertucci, LM Bautista, G Wiemeyer, ...
PLoS ONE 8 (6), e65562, 2013
Daily routines of body mass gain in birds: 1. An exponential model
V Polo, LM Bautista
Animal behaviour 72 (3), 503-516, 2006
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