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Arnaud Da Silva, J. M. S., Emmi Schlicht, Mihai Valcu, Bart Kempenaers. (2014). Artificial night lighting rather than traffic noise affects the daily timing of dawn and dusk singing in common European songbirds. Behavioral Ecology, 25(5), 1037–1047.
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Baker, G. C., & Dekker, R. W. R. J. (2000). Lunar synchrony in the reproduction of the Moluccan Megapode Megapodius wallacei. Ibis, 142(3), 382–388.
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Canário, F., Hespanhol Leitão, A., & Tomé, R. (2012). Predation Attempts by Short-eared and Long-eared Owls on Migrating Songbirds Attracted to Artificial Lights. Journal of Raptor Research, 46(2), 232–234.
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Clewley, G. D., Plummer, K. E., Robinson, R. A., Simm, C. H., & Toms, M. P. (2015). The effect of artificial lighting on the arrival time of birds using garden feeding stations in winter: A missed opportunity? Urban Ecosystems, 19(2), 535–546.
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Cochran, W. W., & Graber, R. R. (1958). Attraction of nocturnal migrants by lights on a television tower. The Wilson Bulletin, 70(4), 378–380.
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Cochran, W. W., Mouritsen, H., & Wikelski, M. (2004). Migrating songbirds recalibrate their magnetic compass daily from twilight cues. Science, 304(5669), 405–408.
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Cottam, C. (1929). A shower of grebes. The Condor, 31(1), 80–81.
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Da Silva, A., Valcu, M., & Kempenaers, B. (2015). Light pollution alters the phenology of dawn and dusk singing in common European songbirds. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci, 2015, 20140126.
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Da Silva, A., de Jong, M., van Grunsven, R., H A Visser, M., E Kempenaers, B., & Spoelstra, K. (2017). Experimental illumination of a forest: no effects of lights of different colours on the onset of the dawn chorus in songbirds. Royal Society Open Science, 4(1), 160638.
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