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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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Malek, I., & Haim, A. (2019). Bright artificial light-at-night is associated with increased body mass, poor reproductive success, and compromised disease tolerance in Australian budgerigars (Melopsittacus undulatus). Integr Zool, 14(6), 589–603.
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Ouyang, J. Q., Maaike de Jong, M. H., Visser, M. E., van Grunsven, R. H. A., & Ouyang, J. Q. (2015). Stressful colours: corticosterone concentrations in a free-living songbird vary with the spectral composition of experimental illumination. Biol. Lett., 11, 20150517.
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Grunst, M. L., Raap, T., Grunst, A. S., Pinxten, R., & Eens, M. (2019). Artificial light at night does not affect telomere shortening in a developing free-living songbird: A field experiment. Science of The Total Environment, 662, 266–275.
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Zhang, X., Yang, W., Liang, W., Wang, Y., & Zhang, S. (2019). Intensity dependent disruptive effects of light at night on activation of the HPG axis of tree sparrows (Passer montanus). Environmental Pollution, 249, 904–909.
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