Forgot password? Don't have an account? Shorebirds breeding in the Arctic must balance energetic demands with the need to incubate, and how this balance is struck could be influenced by whether incubation is shared betweenparents or undertaken singly. Using nest-temperature and video recordings, we show that biparental species left the nest unattended for longer periods during windier conditions, thereby increasing their potential foraging time.
In contrast, uniparental species took fewer recesses and spent more time on the nest when weather conditions were poor, but temporarily abandoned nests in some cases when conditions were cold and windy. This suggests that uniparental species usually rely on capital energy reserves to withstand periods of adverse weather but temporarily abandon their nests when reserves are insufficient.
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