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Birds of Indian Subcontinent

Literature

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1986Erratum: The Function of Singing in Female Black-Headed Grosbeaks (Pheucticus melanocephalus): Family-Group Maintenance
1975Erratum: Black-Headed Grosbeak at Atlanta, Georgia
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Caryl, PG1979Communication by Agonistic Displays: What Can Games Theory Contribute to Ethology?
Clark, K, Euler, D, Armstrong, E1983Habitat Associations of Breeding Birds in Cottage and Natural Areas of Central Ontario
Finley, WLovell1904The Black-Headed Grosbeak (Zamelodia melanocephala)
Gardali, T, Nur, N2006Site-Specific Survival of Black-Headed Grosbeaks and Spotted Towhees at Four Sites within the Sacramento Valley, California
Grinnell, J1901Note: [Black-Headed Grosbeak]
Head, A1904Nesting Habits of the Black-Headed Grosbeak
Head, A1902A Study of the Black-Headed Grosbeak
Hill, GE1994Testis Mass and Subadult Plumage in Black-Headed Grosbeaks
Hill, GE1988The Function of Delayed Plumage Maturation in Male Black-Headed Grosbeaks
Hill, GE1988Age, Plumage Brightness, Territory Quality, and Reproductive Success in the Black-Headed Grosbeak
Hill, GE1987Aging and Sexing Black-Headed Grosbeaks in Alternate Plumage (Edad y Sexo de Pheucticus melanocephalus en plumage de transición)
Hill, GE1986Severe Aggression between Female Black-Headed Grosbeaks
Hills, VG1924A House Wren Adopts a Family of Young Black-Headed Grosbeaks
Hughes, RA1970NOTES ON THE BIRDS OF THE MOLLENDO DISTRICT, SOUTHWEST PERU
R. Johnson, R, Haight, LT2010Occasional Mimicry and Night-time Singing by the Western Curve-billed Thrasher (Toxostoma curvirostre palmeri)
R. Johnson, R, Haight, LT2010Occasional Mimicry and Night-time Singing by the Western Curve-billed Thrasher (Toxostoma curvirostre palmeri)
Kirk, DA, Diamond, AW, Smith, AR, Holland, GE, Chytyk, P1997Population Changes in Boreal Forest Birds in Saskatchewan and Manitoba
Konishi, M1965Effects of Deafening on Song Development in American Robins and Black-headed Grosbeaks3
Kroodsma, RL1974Species-Recognition Behavior of Territorial Male Rose-Breasted and Black-Headed Grosbeaks (Pheucticus)
McGregor, RC1901Note on the Name of the Black-Headed Grosbeak
McLaren, MA, Cadman, MD1999Can Novice Volunteers Provide Credible Data for Bird Surveys Requiring Song Identification? (¿Pueden los Novicios Proveer datos Confiables en Censos de Aves en Donde se Utiliza el Canto como Fuente de Identificación?)
Michener, JR, Michener, H1951Notes on Banding Records and Plumages of the Black-Headed Grosbeak
Ortega, CP, Ortega, JC2003Comparison of Black-Headed Grosbeaks Nesting in Riparian and Gambel Oak Pastures in Southwestern Colorado
Parker, AL1974Black-Headed Grosbeak at Atlanta, Georgia
Parrish, JD1997Patterns of Frugivory and Energetic Condition in Nearctic Landbirds during Autumn Migration
Partington, CJ, Gardiner, CH, Fritz, D, Jr., LGPhillip, Montali, RJ1989Atoxoplasmosis in Bali Mynahs (Leucopsar rothschildi)
Ricklefs, R, Tsunekage, T, Shea, R2011Annual adult survival in several new world passerine birds based on age ratios in museum collections
Ritchison, G1985Variation in the Songs of Female Black-Headed Grosbeaks
Ritchison, G1983The Function of Singing in Female Black-Headed Grosbeaks (Pheucticus melanocephalus): Family-Group Maintenance
Ritchison, G1983Possible "Deceptive" Use of Song by Female Black-Headed Grosbeaks
Ritchison, G1983Responses of Black-Headed Grosbeaks to Songs of Conspecifics
Stoner, EA1947Nest Stealing by Black-Headed Grosbeak
Swenk, MH1930The Rose-Breasted and Black-Headed Grosbeaks Hybridize
Van Rossem, AJ1932The Type of the Black-Headed Grosbeak
Weston, Jr., FM1947Breeding Behavior of the Black-Headed Grosbeak
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