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Birds of Indian Subcontinent

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1977RECENT ORNITHOLOGICAL PUBLICATIONS
1973RECENT ORNITHOLOGICAL PUBLICATIONS
1968MORPHOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGY AND GENETICS
1923Caprimulgidae
Editor2005ATTEMPTED PREDATION ON A LARGE-TAILED NIGHTJAR (CAPRIMULGUS MACRURUS) BY AN EASTERN MARSH-HARRIER (CIRCUS SPILONOTUS) IN COASTAL VIETNAM
Aleixo, A, Whitney, BM, Oren, DC2000Range Extensions of Birds in Southeastern Amazonia
ALEXANDER, IAN, Cresswell, B1990Foraging by Nightjars Caprimulgus europaeus away from their nesting areas
Aragonés, J, DE REYNA, LUISARIAS, Recuerda, P1999Visual Communication and Sexual Selection in a Nocturnal Bird Species, Caprimulgus ruficollis, a Balance between Crypsis and Conspicuousness
Ashdown, R, McKechnie, A2008Environmental correlates of Freckled Nightjar ( Caprimulgus tristigma ) activity in a seasonal, subtropical habitat
Barrowclough, GF, Groth, JG, Mertz, LA2006The RAG-1 exon in the avian order Caprimulgiformes: Phylogeny, heterozygosity, and base composition
Bayne, EM, Brigham, RM1995Prey selection and foraging constraints in common poorwills (Phalaenoptilus nuttallii: Aves: Caprimulgidae)
Brigham, RM, FENTON, MB1991Convergence in foraging strategies by two morphologically and phylogenetically distinct nocturnal aerial insectivores
R. Brigham, M1990Prey Selection by Big Brown Bats (Eptesicus fuscus) and Common Nighthawks (Chordeiles minor)
R. Brigham, M, Barclay, RMR1992Lunar Influence on Foraging and Nesting Activity of Common Poorwills (Phalaenoptilus nuttallii)
R. Brigham, M, M. Fenton, B, Aldridge, HDJN1998Flight Speed of Foraging Common Nighthawks (Chordeiles minor): Does the Measurement Technique Matter?
Burkitt, JP1916The Nightjar
Burnett, LE1904Whip-Poor-Will (Antrostomus vociferus), a New Bird for Colorado
Bühler, P1987Zur Strategie des Beutefangs der Nachtschwalben (Caprimulgidae)
Camacho, C2012Behavioural thermoregulation in man-made habitats: surface choice and mortality risk in Red-necked Nightjars
Cheke, RA, WALSH, JF2000Behaviour of Standard-wing Nightjars in Togo
Clay, RP, Lanús, BLópez, TOBIAS, JOEA, Lowen, JC, Barnett, JMazar2000The Display of the White-Winged Nightjar (El Despliegue de Caprimulgus candicans)
Collyer, AA, Beadman, J, Hill, TH1982Voice-printing of the Nightjar, Caprimulgus europaeus
Conway, G, Wotton, S, Henderson, I, Langston, R, Drewitt, A, Currie, F2007Status and distribution of European Nightjars Caprimulgus europaeus in the UK in 2004: Capsule The population of Nightjars in the UK increased by over 36% between 1992 and 2004
Conway, G, Wotton, S, Henderson, I, Langston, R, Drewitt, A, Currie, F2007Status and distribution of European Nightjars Caprimulgus europaeus in the UK in 2004: Capsule The population of Nightjars in the UK increased by over 36% between 1992 and 2004.
Cowles, GS1967THE PALATE OF THE RED-NECKED NIGHTJAR CAPRIMULGUSRUFICOLLIS WITH A DESCRIPTION OF A NEW FEATURE
Cresswell, B, Edwards, D2012Geolocators reveal wintering areas of European Nightjar (Caprimulgus europaeus)
Csada, RD, Brigham, RM1994Reproduction constrains the use of daily torpor by free-ranging common poorwills (Phalaenoptilus nuttallii) (Aves: Caprimulgidae)
Csada, RD, R. Brigham, M1994Breeding Biology of the Common Poorwill at the Northern Edge of Its Distribution (Biología Reproductiva de Phalaenoptilus nuttallii en el Extremo Norte de su Distribución)
Cuadrado, M, Domínguez, F1996Phenology and breeding success of Red-necked Nightjar Caprimulgus ruficollis in southern Spain
Cuello, J1966First Specimens of Buteo albicaudatus and Chordeiles minor in Uruguay
Dawson, WR, Fisher, CD1969Responses to Temperature by the Spotted Nightjar (Eurostopodus guttatus)
Day, RH, Knudtson, EP, Woolington, DW, Schulmeister, RP1979Caprimulgus indicus, Eurynorhynchus pygmeus, Otus scops, and Limicola falcinellus in the Aleutian Islands, Alaska
Delannoy, CA2005First Nesting Records of the Puerto Rican Nightjar and Antillean Nighthawk in a Montane Forest of Western Puerto Rico /(Primeros registros de anidamiento de Caprimulgus noctitherus Y Chordeiles gundlachii en un bosque montano del oeste de Puerto Rico)
Dickerman, RW1990Geographic Variation in the Juvenal Plumage of the Common Nighthawk (Chordeiles minor) in North America
Dickerman, RW1985Taxonomy of the Lesser Nighthawks (Chordeiles acutipennis) of North and Central America
Dickerman, RW1981Geographic Variation in the Juvenal Plumage of the Lesser Nighthawk (Chordeiles acutipennis)
Dove, CJ, Heacker, M2002Egyptian Nightjar (Caprimulgus aegyptius) in North America? (¿Caprimulgus aegyptius en Norte América?)
Edwards, HM1932Eastern Whip-Poor-Will (Antrostomus vociferus vociferus) Wintering, Alabama
Fidler, AE, Kuhn, S, Gwinner, E2004Convergent evolution of strigiform and caprimulgiform dark-activity is supported by phylogenetic analysis using the arylalkylamine N-acetyltransferase (Aanat) gene
Firman, MC, R. Brigham, M, Barclay, RMR1993Do Free-Ranging Common Nighthawks Enter Torpor?
Fisher, RJ, Fletcher, QE, Willis, CKR, Brigham, RM2004Roost Selection and Roosting Behavior of Male Common Nighthawks
Forero, MG, Tella, JL1997Sexual dimorphism, plumage variability and species determination in nightjars: the need for further examination of the Nechisar Nightjar Caprimulgus solala
Forero, MG, Tella, JL, Gajon, A1997Absence of Blood Parasites in the Red-Necked Nightjar (Ausencia de Parásitos Sanguíneos en Caprimulgus ruficollis)
Forero, MG, Tella, JL, García, L1995Age related evolution of sexual dimorphism in the Red-necked Nightjar Caprimulgus ruficollis
Forero, MG, Tella, JL, ORO, DANIEL2001Annual survival rates of adult Red-necked Nightjars Caprimulgus ruficollis
Fry, CH1969Structural and functional adaptation to display in the Standard-winged nightjar Macrodipteryx longipennis
Garrido, OH1983A New Subspecies of Caprimulgus cubanensis (Aves: Caprimulgidae) from the Isle of Pines, Cuba
Gilmore, RM1898The Nightjar in Co. Mayo
Grim, T, Šumbera, R2006A New Record of the Endangered White-Winged Nightjar (Eleothreptus candicans) from Beni, Bolivia
Hall, Z1937Co. Galway Nightjar in Conspicuous Setting

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