Let $K$ be a non-archimedean field with residue field $k$, and suppose that $k$ is not an algebraic extension of a finite field. We prove two results concerning wandering domains of rational functions $\phi\in K(z)$ and Rivera-Letelier's notion of nontrivial reduction. First, if $\phi$ has nontrivial reduction, then assuming some simple hypotheses, we show that the Fatou set of $\phi$ has wandering components by any of the usual definitions of ``components of the Fatou set''. Second, we show that if $k$ has characteristic zero and $K$ is discretely valued, then the existence of a wandering domain implies that some iterate has nontrivial reduction in some coordinate.
"Wandering domains and nontrivial reduction in non-Archimedean dynamics." Illinois J. Math. 49 (1) 167 - 193, Spring 2005. https://doi.org/10.1215/ijm/1258138313