Literature

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1968GENERAL BIOLOGY OF SPECIES
Annand, EM, Thompson, III, FR1997Forest Bird Response to Regeneration Practices in Central Hardwood Forests
Astie, AA, Reboreda, JC2009Function of egg punctures by Shiny Cowbirds in parasitized and nonparasitized Creamy-bellied Thrush nestsFunción de la picadura de huevos por parte del tordo renegrido Molothrus bonariensis en nidos parasitados y no-parasitados de Turdus amaurochalinus
Bryan, GG, Best, LB1991Bird Abundance and Species Richness in Grassed Waterways in Iowa Rowcrop Fields
Cruz, A, MANOLIS, TIMOTHYH, ANDREWS, ROBERTW1995History of Shiny Cowbird Molothrus bonariensis brood parasitism in Trinidad and Tobago
DeCecco, JA, Marshall, MR, Williams, AB, Gale, GA, Cooper, RJ2000Comparative Seasonal Fecundity of Four Neotropical Migrants in Middle Appalachia
Devault, TL, Scott, PE, Bajema, RA, Lima, SL2002Breeding Bird Communities of Reclaimed Coal-Mine Grasslands in the American Midwest (Comunidades de aves anidantes de los pastizales creados en minas de carbón reclamadas en el medio oeste americano)
Dhondt, AA, Hochachka, WM2001Variations in Calcium Use by Birds during the Breeding Season
Dolbeer, RA, Woronecki, PP, Stickley, Jr., AR, White, SB1978Agricultural Impact of a Winter Population of Blackbirds and Starlings
Gaines, WL, Haggard, M, LEHMKUHL, JOHNF, Lyons, AL, Harrod, RJ2007Short-Term Response of Land Birds to Ponderosa Pine Restoration
Di Giacomo, AG, Mahler, B, Reboreda, JC2010Screaming Cowbird Parasitism of Nests of Solitary Caciques and Cattle Tyrants
Di Giacomo, AG, Mahler, B, Reboreda, JC2010Screaming Cowbird Parasitism of Nests of Solitary Caciques and Cattle Tyrants
D. Hahn, C, HATFIELD, JEFFS, Abdelnabi, MA, Wu, JM, Igl, LD, Ottinger, MA2005Inter-species variation in yolk steroid levels and a cowbird-host comparison
Hayes, JP, Caslick, JW1984Nutrient Deposition in Cattail Stands by Communally Roosting Blackbirds and Starlings
Henger, CS, Hauber, ME2014Variation in antiparasitic behaviors of Red-winged Blackbirds in response to simulated Brown-headed Cowbirds
Henger, CS, Hauber, ME2014Variation in antiparasitic behaviors of Red-winged Blackbirds in response to simulated Brown-headed Cowbirds
Igl, LD, Johnson, DH1997Changes in Breeding Bird Populations in North Dakota: 1967 to 1992-93
Jaeckle, WB, Kiefer, M, Childs, B, Harper, RG, Rivers, JW, Peer, BD2012Comparison of eggshell porosity and estimated gas flux between the brown-headed cowbird and two common hosts
Johnson, DH, Igl, LD2001Area Requirements of Grassland Birds: A Regional Perspective
Kemal, RE, Rothstein, SI1988Mechanisms of avian egg recognition: adaptive responses to eggs with broken shells
Mahler, B, Adamson, YSarquis, Di Giacomo, AG, Confalonieri, VA, Reboreda, JC2009Utilization of a New Host in the Screaming Cowbird Molothrus rufoaxillaris, a Host Specialist Brood Parasite: Host Switch or Host Acquisition?
Marshall, JT1988Birds Lost from a Giant Sequoia Forest during Fifty Years
Meanley, B1965The Roosting Behavior of the Red-Winged Black-Bird in the Southern United States
NEUDORF, DIANEL, Sealy, SG1992Reactions of Four Passerine Species to Threats of Predation and Cowbird Parasitism: Enemy Recognition or Generalized Responses?
D'Orazio, KA, Neudorf, DLH2008Nest Defense by Carolina Wrens
Ortega, CR, Chace, JF, Peer, BD2005Introduction: Research Directions and Cowbird (Molothrus spp.) Management
Patterson, MP, Best, LB1996Bird Abundance and Nesting Success in Iowa CRP Fields: The Importance of Vegetation Structure and Composition
Reinkensmeyer, DP, Miller, RF, Anthony, RG, Marr, VE2007Avian Community Structure Along a Mountain Big Sagebrush Successional Gradient
Rivers, JW, Jensen, WE, Kosciuch, KL, Rothstein, SI2010Community-level Patterns of Host Use by the Brown-headed Cowbird (Molothrus ater), a Generalist Brood Parasite (Patrones Comunitarios de Uso de Hospederos por parte de Molothrus ater, un Parásito de Nido Generalista)
Rodewald, AD, Kearns, LJ2011Shifts in Dominant Nest Predators along a Rural-to-Urban Landscape Gradient (Cambio de Depredadores de Nido Dominantes a lo largo de un Gradiente Rural–Urbano)
Rodewald, AD, Kearns, LJ2011Shifts in Dominant Nest Predators Along a Rural-To-Urban Landscape Gradient
Schaeffer, KM, BROWN, WILLIAMP, W. Shriver, G2009Misdirected Parental Care by a Male Eastern Towhee at a Wood Thrush Nest
Schafer, Jr., EW, Brunton, RB1971Chemicals as Bird Repellents: Two Promising Agents
Stone, WB, Overmann, SR, Okoniewski, JC1984Intentional Poisoning of Birds with Parathion
Tingley, MW, ORWIG, DAVIDA, Field, R, Motzkin, G2002Avian response to removal of a forest dominant: consequences of hemlock woolly adelgid infestations
van der Burg, MPost, Powell, LA, Tyre, AJ2009Modeling parasitism rate and parasitism risk: an illustration using a colonially nesting songbird, the red-winged blackbird Agelaius phoeniceus
White, SB, Dolbeer, RA, Bookhout, TA1985Ecology, Bioenergetics, and Agricultural Impacts of a Winter-Roosting Population of Blackbirds and Starlings
Wiley, JW1988Host Selection by the Shiny Cowbird
Wiley, JW1985Shiny Cowbird Parasitism in Two Avian Communities in Puerto Rico
Wood, DR, Bollinger, EK1997Egg Removal by Brown-Headed Cowbirds: A Field Test of the Host Incubation Efficiency Hypothesis
Zakrajsek, EJ, Bissonette, JA2005Ranking the Risk of Wildlife Species Hazardous to Military Aircraft
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