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Birds of Indian Subcontinent

Literature

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1976Miscellaneous: Williams, L. E., Jr. & Phillips, R. W. 1973. Capturing Sandhill Cranes with alpha-chloralose. J. Wildl. Mgmt 37: 94–97.
1973RECENT ORNITHOLOGICAL PUBLICATIONS
Charman, EC, Smith, KW, Dillon, IA, Dodd, S, Gruar, DJ, Cristinacce, A, Grice, PV, Gregory, RD2012Drivers of low breeding success in the Lesser Spotted Woodpecker Dendrocopos minor in England: testing hypotheses for the decline
Charman, EC, Smith, KW, Dillon, IA, Dodd, S, Gruar, DJ, Cristinacce, A, GRICE, PHILV, Gregory, RD2012Drivers of low breeding success in the Lesser Spotted Woodpecker Dendrocopos minor in England: testing hypotheses for the decline
Coulson, J, Odin, N2007Continental Great Spotted Woodpeckers in mainland Britain ‐ fact or fiction?
Hewson, CM, Amar, A, Lindsell, JA, Thewlis, RM, BUTLER, SIMON, SMITH, KEN, Fuller, RJ2007Recent changes in bird populations in British broadleaved woodland
Siriwardena, GM2004Possible roles of habitat, competition and avian nest predation in the decline of the Willow Tit Parus montanus in Britain: Capsule Although stable in their preferred, wet habitats, Willow Tits have declined in woodland, probably because of habitat degrad
Siriwardena, GM2004Possible roles of habitat, competition and avian nest predation in the decline of the Willow Tit Parus montanus in Britain: Capsule Although stable in their preferred, wet habitats, Willow Tits have declined in woodland, probably because of habitat degrad
Siriwardena, GM2004Possible roles of habitat, competition and avian nest predation in the decline of the Willow Tit Parus montanus in Britain: Capsule Although stable in their preferred, wet habitats, Willow Tits have declined in woodland, probably because of habitat degrad
Smith, KW2010Continental great spotted Woodpeckers dendrocopos major in Britain – further analyses of wing‐length data
Smith, KW2007The utilization of dead wood resources by woodpeckers in Britain
Smith, KW2005Has the reduction in nest-site competition from Starlings Sturnus vulgaris been a factor in the recent increase of Great Spotted Woodpecker Dendrocopos major numbers in Britain?: Capsule A national decline in Starling numbers and the reduction in nest-sit
Smith, KW2005Has the reduction in nest-site competition from Starlings Sturnus vulgaris been a factor in the recent increase of Great Spotted Woodpecker Dendrocopos major numbers in Britain?: Capsule A national decline in Starling numbers and the reduction in nest-sit
Zink, RM, Drovetski, SV, Rohwer, S2002Phylogeographic patterns in the great spotted woodpecker Dendrocopos major across Eurasia
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