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Age-specific variation in reproductive performance of birds. Sæther,
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Analyzing quantitative relationships between seabirds and marine resource
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Competition in breeding birds: on the importance of considering processes
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Energy management in passerine birds during the nonbreeding season:
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Evolution of normal and reverse sexual size dimorphism in shorebirds
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Female-biased philopatry, monogamy, and the timing of pair formation
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Food storing in birds: an evolutionary perspective. Källander, H., and
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Heretability concept applied to wild birds. Hailman, J. P. 1986. 4:
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History of the Australian avifauna. Rich, P. V., and R. F. Baird. 1986.
voice discrimination in birds. Lambrechts, M. M., and A. A. Dhondt.
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Informed dispersal: prospecting by birds for breeding sites. Reed, J.
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Interaction of nest predation and food limitation in reproductive strategies.
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Matrix methods for avian demography. McDonald, D. B., and H. Caswell.
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Mechanistic approaches to the investigation of edge effects on avian
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Mortality patterns, sex ratios, and parental investment in monogamous
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Nonbreeding social organization in migratory and resident birds. Matthysen,
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Nongame bird conservation. Henderson, C. L. 1988. 5: 297- 312.
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On the nature of genic variation in birds. Barrowclough, G. F., N. K.
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Passerine migration between the Palearctic and Africa. Lövei, G. I.
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Past and current attempts to evaluate the role of birds as predators
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Pesticides and bird populations. Risebrough, R. W. 1986. 3: 397-427.
Phylogeny and classification of birds based on the data of DNA-DNA hybridization.
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Physiological ecology and behavior of desert birds. Williams, J. B.,
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Physiological, ecological, and evolutionary bases for the avoidance
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Population trends in grassland, shrubland, and forest birds in eastern
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Predation and limitation of bird numbers. Newton, I. 1993. 11: 143-198.
Predicting cognitive capacity from natural history: examples from four
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Problem of avian extinction. Temple, S. A. 1986. 3: 453-485.
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Structure and function of avian eggs. Carey, C. 1983. 1: 69-103.
Survival rates and their relationship to life- history traits in some
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Vocal "dialects" in Nuttall's White-crowned Sparrow. Kroodsma, D. E.,
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