Literature

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Baldo, S, Mennill, DJ, Guindre-Parker, S, H. Gilchrist, G, Love, OP2014Snow buntings sing individually distinctive songs and show inter-annual variation in song structure
Barker, NKS, Mennill, DJ2009Song Perch Height in Rufous-and-White Wrens: Does Behaviour Enhance Effective Communication in a Tropical Forest?
Blumstein, DT, Mennill, DJ, Clemins, P, Girod, L, Yao, K, Patricelli, G, Deppe, JL, Krakauer, AH, Clark, C, Cortopassi, KA, Hanser, SF, McCowan, B, Ali, AM, Kirschel, ANG2011Acoustic monitoring in terrestrial environments using microphone arrays: applications, technological considerations and prospectus
Blumstein, DT, Mennill, DJ, Clemins, P, Girod, L, Yao, K, Patricelli, G, Deppe, JL, Krakauer, AH, Clark, C, Cortopassi, KA, Hanser, SF, McCowan, B, Ali, AM, Kirschel, ANG2011Acoustic monitoring in terrestrial environments using microphone arrays: applications, technological considerations and prospectus
Cuthbert, JL, Mennill, DJ2007The Duetting Behavior of Pacific Coast Plain Wrens
Douglas, SB, HEATH, DANIELD, Mennill, DJ2012Low Levels of Extra-Pair Paternity in a Neotropical Duetting Songbird, the Rufous-and-white Wren (Thryothorus rufalbus) (Bajos Niveles de Paternidad Extra-Pareja en un Ave Neotropical Canora que Emite Duetos, Thryothorus rufalbus)
Foote, JR, Fitzsimmons, LP, Mennill, DJ, Ratcliffe, LM2011Male black-capped chickadees begin dawn chorusing earlier in response to simulated territorial insertions
Gough, DC, Mennill, DJ, Nol, E2014Singing seaside: Pacific Wrens (Troglodytes pacificus) change their songs in the presence of natural and anthropogenic noise
Hennin, HL, Barker, NKS, Bradley, DW, Mennill, DJ2009Bachelor and Paired Male Refous-and-White Wrens Use Different Singing Strategies
Mennill, DJ2014Variation in the Vocal Behavior of Common Loons (Gavia immer): Insights from Landscape-level Recordings
Mennill, DJ2006Aggressive responses of male and female rufous-and-white wrens to stereo duet playback
Mennill, DJ, Badyaev, AV, Jonart, LM, Hill, GE2006Male House Finches with Elaborate Songs have Higher Reproductive Performance
Mennill, DJ, Vehrencamp, SL2005Sex Differences in Singing and Duetting Behavior of Neotropical Rufous-and-White Wrens (Thryothorus rufalbus) (Diferencias entre Sexos en el Canto y Comportamiento de Dueto en Thryothorus rufalbus)
Odom, KJ, Mennill, DJ2012Inconsistent geographic variation in the calls and duets of Barred Owls (Strix varia) across an area of genetic introgression (Variación Geográfica no Consistente en los Llamados y Duetos de Strix varia a través de un Área de Introgresión Genética
Odom, KJ, Mennill, DJ2010A Quantitative Description of the Vocalizations and Vocal Activity of the Barred Owl (Una Descripción Cuantitativa de las Vocalizaciones y la Actividad Vocal de Strix varia)
Osmun, AE, Mennill, DJ2011Acoustic Monitoring Reveals Congruent Patterns of Territorial Singing Behaviour in Male and Female Tropical Wrens
J. Sosa-López, R, Mennill, DJ2014Continent-wide patterns of divergence in acoustic and morphological traits in the House Wren species complex
Swiston, KA, Mennill, DJ2009Comparison of manual and automated methods for identifying target sounds in audio recordings of Pileated, Pale-billed, and putative Ivory-billed woodpeckersUna comparación de métodos manuales y automatizados para la identificación de sonidos clave en g
Swiston, KA, Mennill, DJ2009Comparison of Manual and Automated Methods for Identifying Target Sounds in Audio Recordings of Pileated, Pale-Billed, and Putative Ivory-Billed Woodpeckers
Topp, SM, Mennill, DJ2008Seasonal Variation in the Duetting Behaviour of Rufousand-White Wrens (Thryothorus rufalbus)
Tremain, SB, Swiston, KA, Mennill, DJ2008Seasonal Variation in Acoustic Signals of Pileated Woodpeckers
VALDERRAMA, SANDRA, PARRA, JORGE, Dávila, N, Mennill, DJ2008VOCAL BEHAVIOR OF THE CRITICALLY ENDANGERED NICEFORO'S WREN (THRYOTHORUS NICEFORI) (Comportamiento Vocal de la Especie en Peligro Crítico Thryothorus nicefori)
Valderrama, SV, Parra, JE, Mennill, DJ2007Species Differences in the Songs of the Critically Endangered Niceforo's Wren and the Related Rufous-and-White Wren
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