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Birds of Indian Subcontinent

Literature

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Ayers, AJ, Armacost, JW2010Marsh Wren Eats Small Fish
Ayers, AJ, Armacost, JW2010Marsh Wren Eats Small Fish
Baldwin, HQ, Grace, JB, Barrow, Jr., MV, Rohwer, FC2007Habitat Relationships of Birds Overwintering in a Managed Coastal Prairie
Barclay, RMR, Leonard, ML, Friesen, G1985Nocturnal Singing by Marsh Wrens
Bedell, PA1996Evidence of Dual Breeding Ranges for the Sedge Wren in the Central Great Plains
Benoit, LK, Askins, RA2002Relationship between Habitat Area and the Distribution of Tidal Marsh Birds
Bishop, LB1894Remarks on the Nest of Cistothorus palustris
Brooks, ME, Stouffer, PC2011Interspecific Variation in Habitat Preferences of Grassland Birds Wintering in Southern Pine Savannas
Brooks, ME, Stouffer, PC2011Interspecific Variation in Habitat Preferences of Grassland Birds Wintering in Southern Pine Savannas
Bump, SR1986Yellow-Headed Blackbird Nest Defense: Aggressive Responses to Marsh Wrens
Burns, JT1982Nests, Territories, and Reproduction of Sedge Wrens (Cistothorus platensis)
Butler, AB, Martin, JA, Palmer, WE, Carroll, JP2009Winter Use of South Florida Dry Prairie by Two Declining Grassland Passerines (Uso Invernal de las Praderas Secas del Sur de Florida por Dos Especies de Paserinos de Pastizal que Están en Disminución)
Delisle, JM, Savidge, JA1997Avian Use and Vegetation Characteristics of Conservation Reserve Program Fields
Fletcher, Jr., RJ, Dhundale, JA, Dean, TF2000Estimating Non-Breeding Season Bird Abundance in Prairies: A Comparison of Two Survey Techniques (Estimando la Abundancia de Aves en Praderas Durante la Temporada no Reproductiva: Una Comparación de Dos Técnicas de Muestreo)
Forcey, GM, Thogmartin, WE, Linz, GM, McKann, PC2014Land use and climate affect Black Tern, Northern Harrier, and Marsh Wren abundance in the Prairie Pothole Region of the United States
Grieves, LA, Forbes, S2012Do Sora Nests Protect Red-winged Blackbirds from Marsh Wren Predation?
Hobson, KA, Robbins, MB2009Origins of Late-Breeding Nomadic Sedge Wrens in North America: Limitations and Potential of Hydrogen-Isotope Analyses of Soft Tissue (Origenes de la Población Nómade de Cistothorus platensis Crianda Tarde en América del Norte: Limitaciones y Posibilida
Horn, DJoseph, Koford, RR2000Relation of Grassland Bird Abundance to Mowing of Conservation Reserve Program Fields in North Dakota
Jobin, B, Picman, J1997Factors Affecting Predation on Artificial Nests in Marshes
Johnson, DH, Igl, LD2001Area Requirements of Grassland Birds: A Regional Perspective
Johnson, DH, Igl, LD1995Contributions of the Conservation Reserve Program to Populations of Breeding Birds in North Dakota
Kirsch, EM, Gray, BR, Fox, TJ, Thogmartin, WE2007BREEDING BIRD TERRITORY PLACEMENT IN RIPARIAN WET MEADOWS IN RELATION TO INVASIVE REED CANARY GRASS, PHALARIS ARUNDINACEA
Kroodsma, DE1989Two North American Song Populations of the Marsh Wren Reach Distributional Limits in the Central Great Plains
Kroodsma, DE1986Song development by castrated marsh wrens
Kroodsma, DE1979Vocal Dueling among Male Marsh Wrens: Evidence for Ritualized Expressions of Dominance/Subordinance
Kroodsma, DE, S, STEMPLE, DAVIDW, GOODWIN, ELIJAH, da Silva, MLuisa, Vielliard, JME1999Sedentary life style of Neotropical sedge wrens promotes song imitation
Kroodsma, DE, Canady, RA1985Differences in Repertoire Size, Singing Behavior, and Associated Neuroanatomy among Marsh Wren Populations Have a Genetic Basis
Kroodsma, DE, Verner, J1987Use of Song Repertoires among Marsh Wren Populations
Kroodsma, DE, Wilda, K, Salas, V, Muradian, R2001Song Variation among Cistothorus Wrens, with a Focus on the Mérida Wren
Kroodsma, DE, Woods, RW, Goodwin, EA2002Falkland Island Sedge Wrens (Cistothorus platensis) Imitate Rather Than Improvise Large Song Repertoires
Leonard, ML, Picman, J1988Mate choice by marsh wrens: the influence of male and territory quality
Leonard, ML, Picman, J1987The adaptive significance of multiple nest building by male marsh wrens
Leonard, ML, Picman, J1987Female Settlement in Marsh Wrens: Is It Affected by Other Females?
Leonard, ML, Picman, J1987Nesting Mortality and Habitat Selection by Marsh Wrens
Leonard, ML, Picman, J1986Why Are Nesting Marsh Wrens and Yellow-Headed Blackbirds Spatially Segregated?
Linz, GM, Blixt, DC, Bergman, DL, Bleier, WJ1996Responses of Red-Winged Blackbirds, Yellow-Headed Blackbirds and Marsh Wrens to Glyphosate-Induced Alterations in Cattail Density (Respuesta de Agelaius phoeniceus, Xanthocephalus xanthocephalus y Cistothorus palustris a Alteración en la Densidad de Enea
Manci, KM, Rusch, DH1988Indices to Distribution and Abundance of Some Inconspicuous Waterbirds on Horicon Marsh (Indices de Distribución y Abundancia de Aves Inconspicuas de Área Anegadiza Horicon)
Murray, LD, Best, LB2003Short-Term Bird Response to Harvesting Switchgrass for Biomass in Iowa
Neudorf, DLH, Sears, KE, Sealy, SG2011Responses of Nesting Yellow-Headed Blackbirds and Yellow Warblers to Wrens
Oberholser, HC1897Critical Remarks on Cistothorus palustris (Wils.) and Its Western Allies
Picman, J, Honza, M2002Are House Wren Troglodytes aedon eggs unusually strong? Test of the predicted effect of intraspecific egg destruction
Picman, J, Isabelle, A1995Sources of Nesting Mortality and Correlates of Nesting Success in Yellow-Headed Blackbirds
Picman, J, Belles-Isles, J-C1987Intraspecific egg destruction in marsh wrens: a study of mechanisms preventing filial ovicide
Picman, J, Leonard, M, Horn, A1988Antipredation Role of Clumped Nesting by Marsh-Nesting Red-Winged Blackbirds
Picman, J, Milks, ML, Leptich, M1993Patterns of Predation on Passerine Nests in Marshes: Effects of Water Depth and Distance from Edge
Picman, J, Picman, AK1980Destruction of Nests by the Short-Billed Marsh Wren
Picman, J, Pribil, S, Isabelle, A2002Antipredation Value of Colonial Nesting in Yellow-Headed Blackbirds
Picman, J, Pribil, S, Picman, AK1996The Effect of Intraspecific Egg Destruction on the Strength of Marsh Wren Eggs
Post, W2008Winter Ecology of Yellow Rails Based on South Carolina Specimens
Renfrew, RB, Ribic, CA2002Influence of Topography on Density of Grassland Passerines in Pastures

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