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Birds of Indian Subcontinent

Literature

AuthorsYearTitlesort descending
Stański, T, Walankiewicz, W, Czeszczewik, D2008Absence of Edge Effects on Nest Predation in the Collared Flycatcher Ficedula albicollis in the Primeval Forest of Białowieża National Park, NE Poland
Tojo, H2009Breeding Bird Community of the Ogawa Forest Reserve, an Old-Growth Deciduous Forest in Central Japan
García-del-Rey, E, Otto, R, Fernández-Palacios, JMaría, Muñoz, PGil, Gil, L2010Effects of Wildfire on Endemic Breeding Birds in a Pinus canariensis Forest of Tenerife, Canary Islands
1976Miscellaneous: Williams, L. E., Jr. & Phillips, R. W. 1973. Capturing Sandhill Cranes with alpha-chloralose. J. Wildl. Mgmt 37: 94–97.
Hewson, CM, Amar, A, Lindsell, JA, Thewlis, RM, BUTLER, SIMON, SMITH, KEN, Fuller, RJ2007Recent changes in bird populations in British broadleaved woodland
1977RECENT ORNITHOLOGICAL PUBLICATIONS
1973RECENT ORNITHOLOGICAL PUBLICATIONS
Summers, RW2007Stand selection by birds in Scots pinewoods in Scotland: the need for more old-growth pinewood
Haila, Y, NICHOLLS, AO, Hanski, IK, Raivio, S1996Stochasticity in Bird Habitat Selection: Year-to-Year Changes in Territory Locations in a Boreal Forest Bird Assemblage
Summers, RW2004Use of pine snags by birds in different stand types of Scots Pine Pinus sylvestris: Capsule Hole-nesting birds tended to breed in the largest pine snags (standing dead trees) predominating in ancient native pinewood and scarce in plantations
Summers, RW2004Use of pine snags by birds in different stand types of Scots Pine Pinus sylvestris: Capsule Hole-nesting birds tended to breed in the largest pine snags (standing dead trees) predominating in ancient native pinewood and scarce in plantations.
Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith