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Study of Richard's pipit suggests vagrancy may play an important role in bird migration


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A team of researchers affiliated with several institutions in France has found that vagrancy may play a more important role in changes to migration patterns in birds than has been thought. In their paper published in the journal Current Biology, the group describes their study of data describing the migration patterns of Richard's pipit, a type of songbird that migrates between parts of northern Russia and southern Europe.

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