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Birds of Indian Subcontinent

Literature

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Allen, T, Finkbeiner, SL, Johnson, DH2004Comparison of Detection Rates of Breeding Marsh Birds in Passive and Playback Surveys at Lacreek National Wildlife Refuge, South Dakota
Allen, T, Finkbeiner, SL, Johnson, DH2004Comparison of Detection Rates of Breeding Marsh Birds in Passive and Playback Surveys at Lacreek National Wildlife Refuge, South Dakota
Artmann, JW, Martin, EM1975Incidence of Ingested Lead Shot in Sora Rails
Bjerke, JW2004A new sorediate, fumarprotocetraric acid‐producing lichen species of Menegazzia (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota) from New Zealand
Blankespoor, HD1974Host-induced Variation in Plagiorchis noblei Park, 1936 (Plagiorchiidae: Trematoda)
Buden, DW1974Prey Remains of Barn Owls in the Southern Bahama Islands
Carter, HJ1869LI.—A description, with illustrations, of the development of Sorastrum spinulosum, Näg.; to which is added that of a new form of Protococcus
Conway, CJ, Eddleman, WR, Anderson, SH1994Nesting Success and Survival of Virginia Rails and Soras
Estrella, SM, Masero, JA2010Prey and Prey Size Selection by the Near-Threatened Black-Tailed Godwit Foraging in Non-Tidal Areas During Migration
Estrella, SM, Masero, JA, Perez-Hurtado, A2007Small-Prey Profitability: Field Analysis of Shorebirds' Use of Surface Tension of Water to Transport Prey (Ventajas de las Presas Pequeñas: Análisis de Campo del Uso de la Tensión Superficial del Agua por las Aves Playeras para Transportar las Presas
Garcia, R, Gerth, K, Stadler, M, Jr, IJDogma, Müller, R2010Expanded phylogeny of myxobacteria and evidence for cultivation of the ‘unculturables’
Gibbs, JP, Melvin, SM1993Call-Response Surveys for Monitoring Breeding Waterbirds
Grieves, LA, Forbes, S2012Do Sora Nests Protect Red-winged Blackbirds from Marsh Wren Predation?
G. Haramis, M, Kearns, GD2007Soras in Tidal Marsh: Banding and Telemetry Studies on the Patuxent River, Maryland
G. Haramis, M, Kearns, GD2007Soras in Tidal Marsh: Banding and Telemetry Studies on the Patuxent River, Maryland
G. Haramis, M, Kearns, GD2000A Radio Transmitter Attachment Technique for Soras (Técnica para Colocar Transmisores en Porzana carolina)
Hyvärinen, M, Koopmann, R, Hormi, O, Tuomi, J2000Phenols in Reproductive and Somatic Structures of Lichens: A Case of Optimal Defence?
Johnson, RR, Dinsmore, JJ1986Habitat Use by Breeding Virginia Rails and Soras
Kagan, IG1952Revision of the Subfamily Leucochloridiinae Poche, 1907 (Trematoda: Brachylaemidae)
Kaufmann, GW1987Growth and Development of Sora and Virginia Rail Chicks
Kaufmann, GW1983Displays and Vocalizations of the Sora and the Virginia Rail
Kearns, GD, Kwartin, NB, Brinker, DF, G. Haramis, M1998Digital Playback and Improved Trap Design Enhances Capture of Migrant Soras and Virginia Rails (El Uso de Grabaciones Digitales y la Mejora de Diseño de Trampas Mejora la Captura de Individuos Migratorios de Porzana carolina y Rallus limicola)
Kelso, L1930Carolina Rail (Porzana carolina) Wintering in Colorado
Linz, GM, Bergman, DL, Blixt, DC, McMurl, C1997Response of American Coots and Soras to Herbicide-Induced Vegetation Changes in Wetlands (Respuesta de Fulica americana y Porzana carolina a los Cambios en la Vegetación de Anegados Inducidos por Herbicidas)
Lor, S, Malecki, RA2006Breeding Ecology and Nesting Habitat Associations of Five Marsh Bird Species in Western New York
Lor, S, Malecki, RA2006Breeding Ecology and Nesting Habitat Associations of Five Marsh Bird Species in Western New York
Lor, S, Malecki, RA2002Call-Response Surveys to Monitor Marsh Bird Population Trends
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)
Masero, JA, Estrella, SM, Sánchez-Guzmán, JM2007Behavioural Plasticity in Foraging Mode of Typical Plovers
Maxfield, CC1889The Common or Sora Rail: Porzana carolina
Meanley, B1960Fall Food of the Sora Rail in the Arkansas Rice Fields
Merrill, DE1912Sora Rail (Porzana carolina) in New Mexico
Morales, EA, Vis, ML2007Epilithic diatoms (Bacillariophyceae) from cloud forest and alpine streams in Bolivia, South America
Niemuth, ND, SOLBERG, JOHNW2003Response of Waterbirds to Number of Wetlands in the Prairie Pothole Region of North Dakota, U.S.A.
Niemuth, ND, SOLBERG, JOHNW2003Response of Waterbirds to Number of Wetlands in the Prairie Pothole Region of North Dakota, U.S.A.
Parkes, KC1951Sora, Porzana carolina, in Connecticut in Midwinter
Patten, CJ1923Investigations on the Trans-Atlantic Migration Movements of a Sora Rail (Porzana carolina), discovered at Slyue-Head Light-Station, Co. Galway: a bird new to Ireland. With remarks on the Status of this Species in the British Isles
Patten, CJ1920Sora Rail at Slyne Head, Co. Galway, a Bird New to Ireland
Perkins, M, King, SL, Linscombe, J2010Effectiveness of Capture Techniques for Rails in Emergent Marsh and Agricultural Wetlands
QI, X-P, ZHANG, X-C2009Taxonomic revision of Lepisorus (J. Sm.) Ching sect. Lepisorus (Polypodiaceae) from China
Rehm, EM, Baldassarre, GA2007The Influence of Interspersion on Marsh Bird Abundance in New York
W. Rundle, D, Sayre, MW1983Feeding Ecology of Migrant Soras in Southeastern Missouri
Sayre, MW, W. Rundle, D1984Comparison of Habitat Use by Migrant Soras and Virginia Rails
Stendell, RC, Artmann, JW, Martin, E1980Lead Residues in Sora Rails from Maryland
Sumer, S, Povz, M1998Age and growth of Barbus meridionalis (Cyprinidae) from two rivers in Slovenia
Vandermeulen, H, DeWreede, RE, Cole, KM1984Nomenclatural Recommendations for Three Species of Colpomenia (Scytosiphonales, Phaeophyta)
Webster, CG1964Fall Foods of Soras from Two Habitats in Connecticut
Wilson, LDavid, McCranie, JR1985A New Species of Red-Eyed Hyla of the Uranochroa Group (Anura: Hylidae) from the Sierra de Omoa of Honduras
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