The Nature of the Predator-Reactions of Waders Towards Humans; With Special Reference To the Role of the Aggressive-, Escape- and Brooding-Drives 1)

The Nature of the Predator-Reactions of Waders Towards Humans; With Special Reference To the Role... THE NATURE OF THE PREDATOR-REACTIONS OF WADERS TOWARDS HUMANS; WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE ROLE OF THE AGGRESSIVE-, ESCAPE- AND BROODING-DRIVES 1) by K. E. L. SIMMONS (Tilehurst, Reading, England) (With 10 plates; 27 figs.) (Line illustrations by ROBERT GILLMOR) (Rec. 1-1-1955) 1) Partly based on an address to the Cambridge Bird Club in 1953. Acknowledge- ments are due to ROBERT GILLMOR for his line drawings; to DEREK GOODWIN and Dr N. TINBERGEN for valuable discussion and for criticising the paper in typescript; to U. WEIDMANN for preparing the German summary, to R. W. CROWE for much help and company while studying waders on Texel, and to W. N. CHARLES, C. DOUGLAS DEANE, E. J. HOSKING, A. G. HURRELL and Dr STUART SMITH for some notes and/or photographs. To all these people I am most grateful. 131 VI. Threat behaviour ..... 158 A. Introduction ..... 158 B. Threat-display ..... 158 C. Nest-protecting display ..... 159 D. Other threat behaviour ..... 161 VII. Attack ..... 161 A. Introduction ..... 161 B. Attacking-flights ..... 162 C. Attack elements in other predator-reactions ..... 163 VIII. The Role of the Brooding-drive and the Nature of the Aggressive Behaviour 163 A. The case http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Behaviour Brill

The Nature of the Predator-Reactions of Waders Towards Humans; With Special Reference To the Role of the Aggressive-, Escape- and Brooding-Drives 1)

Behaviour, Volume 8 (1): 130 – Jan 1, 1955

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© 1955 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0005-7959
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1568-539X
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10.1163/156853955X00201
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THE NATURE OF THE PREDATOR-REACTIONS OF WADERS TOWARDS HUMANS; WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE ROLE OF THE AGGRESSIVE-, ESCAPE- AND BROODING-DRIVES 1) by K. E. L. SIMMONS (Tilehurst, Reading, England) (With 10 plates; 27 figs.) (Line illustrations by ROBERT GILLMOR) (Rec. 1-1-1955) 1) Partly based on an address to the Cambridge Bird Club in 1953. Acknowledge- ments are due to ROBERT GILLMOR for his line drawings; to DEREK GOODWIN and Dr N. TINBERGEN for valuable discussion and for criticising the paper in typescript; to U. WEIDMANN for preparing the German summary, to R. W. CROWE for much help and company while studying waders on Texel, and to W. N. CHARLES, C. DOUGLAS DEANE, E. J. HOSKING, A. G. HURRELL and Dr STUART SMITH for some notes and/or photographs. To all these people I am most grateful. 131 VI. Threat behaviour ..... 158 A. Introduction ..... 158 B. Threat-display ..... 158 C. Nest-protecting display ..... 159 D. Other threat behaviour ..... 161 VII. Attack ..... 161 A. Introduction ..... 161 B. Attacking-flights ..... 162 C. Attack elements in other predator-reactions ..... 163 VIII. The Role of the Brooding-drive and the Nature of the Aggressive Behaviour 163 A. The case

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