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Hoglund, J., Mitkus, M., Olsson, P., Lind, O., Drews, A., Bloch, N. I., et al. (2019). Owls lack UV-sensitive cone opsin and red oil droplets, but see UV light at night: retinal transcriptomes and ocular media transmittance. Vision Res, 158, 109–119.
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Horton, K. G., Nilsson, C., Van Doren, B. M., La Sorte, F. A., Dokter, A. M., & Farnsworth, A. (2019). Bright lights in the big cities: migratory birds’ exposure to artificial light. Front Ecol Environ, 17(4), 209–214.
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Jetz, W., Steffen, J., & Linsenmair, K. E. (2003). Effects of light and prey availability on nocturnal, lunar and seasonal activity of tropical nightjars. Oikos, 103(3), 627–639.
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Kempenaers, B., Borgstrom, P., Loes, P., Schlicht, E., & Valcu, M. (2010). Artificial night lighting affects dawn song, extra-pair siring success, and lay date in songbirds. Curr Biol, 20(19), 1735–1739.
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Leopold, M. F., Philippart, C. J. M., & Yorio, P. (2010). Nocturnal feeding under artificial light conditions by Brown-Hooded Gull (Larus Maculipennis) in Puerto Madryn harbour (Chubut province, Argentina). El hornero, 25(2), 55–60.
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