Literature

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Bakken, GS, Lee, KF1992Effects of Wind and Illumination on Behavior and Metabolic Rate of American Goldfinches (Carduelis tristis)
Best, LB, III, HCampa, Kemp, KE, Robel, RJ, Ryan, MR, Savidge, JA, Weeks, Jr., HP, Winterstein, SR1998Avian Abundance in CRP and Crop Fields during Winter in the Midwest
Blankespoor, HD1974Host-induced Variation in Plagiorchis noblei Park, 1936 (Plagiorchiidae: Trematoda)
Davis, MA, Peterson, DW, Reich, PB, Crozier, M, Query, T, Mitchell, E, Huntington, J, Bazakas, P2000Restoring Savanna Using Fire: Impact on the Breeding Bird Community
Dawson, WR, Carey, C, Hof, TJVan't1992Metabolic Aspects of Shivering Thermogenesis in Passerines during Winter
Dunn, EH, Hussell, JAT1991Goldfinch Preferences for Bird Feeder Location (Preferencias de Carduelis tristis por la Localización de Comederos)
Dwight, Jr., J1902Individual, Seasonal, and Geographical Variations of the American Goldfinch (Astragalinus tristis)
Grinnell, J1897New Race of Spinus tristis from the Pacific Coast
GUTZWILLER, KEVINJ, Marcum, HA1993Avian Responses to Observer Clothing Color: Caveats from Winter Point Counts
Holcomb, LC1970Growth of Nestling American Goldfinches Depending on the Number in the Nest and Hatching Sequence
J. Jacobs, W1936Some Observations on the Eastern Goldfinch (Spinus tristis tristis)
Knight, RL, Temple, SA1986Nest defence in the American goldfinch
Knutie, SA, Pereyra, ME2012A comparison of winter stress responses in cardueline finches (Comparación de Respuestas al Estrés Invernal en Pinzones Carduelinos)
Liknes, ET, Scott, SM, Swanson, DL2002Seasonal Acclimatization in the American Goldfinch Revisited: To What Extent Do Metabolic Rates Vary Seasonally?
Mackay, GH1929A Spider (Argiope aurantia) and a Bird (Astragalinus tristis tristis)
McCoy, TD, Ryan, MR, Jr., LWBurger, Kurzejeski, EW2001Grassland Bird Conservation: CP1 vs. CP2 Plantings in Conservation Reserve Program Fields in Missouri
McCoy, TD, Ryan, MR, Kurzejeski, EW, Burger, Jr., LW1999Conservation Reserve Program: Source or Sink Habitat for Grassland Birds in Missouri?
McGraw, KJ2004Winter Plumage Coloration in Male American Goldfinches: Do Reduced Ornaments Serve Signaling Functions in the Non-Breeding Season?
McGraw, KJ2004Colorful songbirds metabolize carotenoids at the integument
McGraw, KJ, GREGORY, ALEXANDERJ2004Carotenoid pigments in male American goldfinches: what is the optimal biochemical strategy for becoming colourful?
McGRAW, KJ, HILL, GE2001Carotenoid access and intraspecific variation in plumage pigmentation in male American Goldfinches (Carduelis tristis) and Northern Cardinals (Cardinalis cardinalis)
McGraw, KJ, Hill, GE, Parker, RS2005The physiological costs of being colourful: nutritional control of carotenoid utilization in the American goldfinch, Carduelis tristis
McGraw, KJ, Wakamatsu, K, Clark, AB, Yasukawa, K2004Red-winged blackbirds Agelaius phoeniceus use carotenoid and melanin pigments to color their epaulets
Middleton, ALA1991Failure of Brown-Headed Cowbird Parasitism in Nests of the American Goldfinch (Fracaso de Molothrus ater en Parasitar Nidos de Carduelis tristis)
Morrison, ML, E. Meslow, C1983Bird Community Structure on Early-growth Clearcuts in Western Oregon
Olyphant, JC1972A Method for Aging Female American Goldfinches
Peak, RG2003An Experimental Test of the Concealment Hypothesis Using American Goldfinch Nests
Popp, JW1988Effects of Food-Handling Time on Scanning Rates among American Goldfinches
Popp, JW1987Allofeeding in American Goldfinches (Carduelis tristis)
Popp, JW1987Choice of Opponents during Competition for Food among American Goldfinches
Popp, JW1987Risk and Effectiveness in the Use of Agonistic Displays by American Goldfinches
Prescott, DRC, Middleton, ALA1990Age and Sex Differences in Winter Distribution of American Goldfinches in Eastern North America
Prescott, DRC, Middleton, ALA, Lamble, DR1989Variations in Age and Sex Ratios of Wintering American Goldfinches Trapped at Baited Stations (Variación en la Razón de Edad y Sexos de Individuos Invernales de Carduelis Tristis)
RAIKOW, ROBERTJ1968Maintenance Behavior of the Common Rhea
Rosen, RF, Tarvin, KA2006Sexual Signals of the Male American Goldfinch
Rosenthal, MF, Murphy, TG, Darling, N, Tarvin, KA2012Ornamental bill color rapidly signals changing condition
SUGHRUE, KARENM, Brittingham, MC, JR., JOHNBFRENCH2008ENDOCRINE EFFECTS OF THE HERBICIDE LINURON ON THE AMERICAN GOLDFINCH (CARDUELIS TRISTIS) (Efectos Endocrinos del Herbicida Linuron sobre Carduelis tristis)
Washburn, BE, MORRIS, DANAL, Millspaugh, JJ, Faaborg, J, Schulz, JH2002Using a Commercially Available Radioimmunoassay to Quantify Corticosterone in Avian Plasma
Watt, DJ2001Recapture Rate and Breeding Frequencies of American Goldfinches Wearing Different Colored Leg Bands (Tasa de Recaptura y Frecuencia Reproductiva de Individuos de Carduelis tristis Anillados con Bandas de Diferente Color)
Watt, DJ, Dimberio, AM1990Structure of Successful Nests of the American Goldfinch (Carduelis Tristis) (La Estructura de Nidos Exitosos de Carduelis tristis)
Wiseman, AJ1975Changes in Body Weight of American Goldfinches
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