Segregation of foraging areas by breeding tākapu/ Australasian Gannets Morus serrator in the Hauraki Gulf

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Adams, Nigel
Gaskin, C.
Lukies, K.
Whitehead, E.
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2022-02
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Hauraki Gulf (Auckland, N.Z.)
Auckland (N.Z.)
New Zealand
Morus serrator (Australasian gannets)
gannets
tākapu
diet analysis
food
New Zealand
Australasian gannets
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Adams, N., Gaskin, C., Lukies, K., & Whitehead, E. (2022, February). Segregation of foraging areas by breeding tākapu/ Australasian Gannets Morus serrator in the Hauraki Gulf. Paper presented at the Australasian Ornithological Conference 2022, Auckland.
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RESEARCH QUESTIONS How do tākapu partition the gulf resource? Topgraphically constrained Are there favoured forgaing areas? How persistent are these? Do individual tākpau show patterns to foraging? Do foraging patterns provide indication of important foraging rules (cues to finding ephemeral prey)
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