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Birds of Indian Subcontinent

Literature

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Bhagabati, NK, Brown, JL, Bowen, BS2004Geographic variation in Mexican jays (Aphelocoma ultramarina): local differentiation, polyphyly or hybridization?
Fleischer, TL, Woolfenden, GE2004Florida Scrub-Jays Eject Foreign Eggs Added to Their Nests / Individuos de Aphelocoma coerulescens sacan del nido huevos extraños añadidos a su camada
Gebauer, A, Jacob, J, Kaiser, M, Eck, S2004Chemistry of the uropygial gland secretion of Hume’s ground jay Pseudopodoces humilis and its taxonomic implications
Griesser, M, Ekman, J2004Nepotistic alarm calling in the Siberian jay, Perisoreus infaustus
Ibarzabal, J, Desrochers, A2004A Nest Predator's View of a Managed Forest: Gray Jay (Perisoreus canadensis) Movement Patterns in Response to Forest Edges
Londei, T2004Ground jays expand plumage to make themselves less conspicuous
Opitz, W2004CLASSIFICATION, NATURAL HISTORY, AND EVOLUTION OF THE EPIPHLOEINAE (COLEOPTERA: CLERIDAE). PART II. THE GENERA CHAETOPHLOEUS OPITZ AND PLOCAMOCERA SPINOLA
Peterson, BL, Kus, BE, DEUTSCHMAN, DOUGLASH2004Determining Nest Predators of the Least Bell's Vireo through Point Counts, Tracking Stations, and Video Photography / Determinación de los depredadores de los nidos de Vireo bellii pusillus attravés de conteos de punto, estaciones de muestreo y videos
A. Peterson, T, Martínez-Meyer, E, González-Salazar, C2004Reconstructing the Pleistocene geography of the Aphelocoma jays (Corvidae)
A. Peterson, T, Martínez-Meyer, E, González-Salazar, C2004Reconstructing the Pleistocene Geography of the Aphelocoma Jays (Corvidae)
Petyk, J2004Predation of a Golden-Cheeked Warbler Nest by a Western Scrub-Jay
Schaefer, T2004Video monitoring of shrub-nests reveals nest predators: Capsule Jays Garrulus glandarius are the most common predators, but carnivorous mammals and some other species also predate nests.
Schaefer, T2004Video monitoring of shrub-nests reveals nest predators: Capsule Jays Garrulus glandarius are the most common predators, but carnivorous mammals and some other species also predate nests
Schaefer, T2004Video monitoring of shrub-nests reveals nest predators: Capsule Jays Garrulus glandarius are the most common predators, but carnivorous mammals and some other species also predate nests.
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
Stake, MM, Faaborg, J, Thompson, III, FR2004Video Identification of Predators at Golden-Cheeked Warbler Nests / (Identificación mediante videos de depredadores de nidos de Dendroica chrysoparia)
Tozer, DC, Allen, ML2004Adult Gray Jay Captures an Adult Black-Capped Chickadee
Waldien, DL, Cooley, MM, Weikel, J, Hayes, JP, Maguire, CC, Manning, T, Maier, TJ2004Incidental Captures of Birds in Small-Mammal Traps: A Cautionary Note for Interdisciplinary Studies
Williams, DA2004Female Control of Reproductive Skew in Cooperatively Breeding Brown Jays (Cyanocorax morio)
Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith