Birds of Indian Subcontinent


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Grear, JS, Meyer, MW, Cooley, Jr., JH, Kuhn, A, Piper, WH, Mitro, MG, Vogel, HS, Taylor, KM, Kenow, KP, Craig, SM, Nacci, DE2009Population Growth and Demography of Common Loons in the Northern United States
III, JNMager, Walcott, C, Piper, WH2007Male common loons, Gavia immer, communicate body mass and condition through dominant frequencies of territorial yodels
Mager, JN, Walcott, C, Piper, WH2010Common Loons can differentiate yodels of neighboring and non-neighboring conspecificsGavia immer puede diferenciar entre las llamadas de conespecíficos vecinos y no-vecinos
Piper, WH1994Courtship, Copulation, Nesting Behavior and Brood Parasitism in the Venezuelan Stripe-Backed Wren
Piper, WH, Evers, DC, Meyer, MW, Tischler, KB, Kaplan, JD, Fleischer, RC1997Genetic Monogamy in the Common Loon (Gavia immer)
Piper, WH, Grear, JS, Meyer, MW2012Juvenile survival in common loons Gavia immer: effects of natal lake size and pH
Piper, WH, Paruk, JD, Evers, DC, Meyer, MW, Tischler, KB, Klich, M, Hartigan, JJ1997Local Movements of Color-Marked Common Loons
Piper, WH, Slater, G1993Polyandry and Incest Avoidance in the Cooperative Stripe-Backed Wren of Venezuela
Piper, WH, Tischler, KB, Dolsen, A2001Mother-Son Pair Formation in Common Loons
Piper, WH, Tischler, KB, Klich, M2000Territory acquisition in loons: the importance of take-over
Piper, WH, Walcott, C, Mager, JN, Spilker, FJ2008Nestsite Selection by Male Loons Leads to Sex-Biased Site Familiarity
Piper, WH, R. Wiley, H1989Distinguishing Morphs of the White-Throated Sparrow in Basic Plumage (La Identificación de Fenotipos Particulares en Individuos de Zonotrichia albicollis en Plumaje Básico)
Rabenold, PP, Rabenold, KN, Piper, WH, Minchella, DJ1991Density-dependent dispersal in social wrens: genetic analysis using novel matriline markers
Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith