Birds of Indian Subcontinent


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Anthony, RG, Green, GA, Forsman, ED, S. Nelson, K1996Avian Abundance in Riparian Zones of Three Forest Types in the Cascade Mountains, Oregon
Barry, D, Fischer, RA, Hoffman, KW, Barry, T, Zimmerman, EG, Dickson, KL2006Assessment of Habitat Values for Indicator Species and Avian Communities in a Riparian Forest
Blewett, CM, Marzluff, JM2005Effects of Urban Sprawl on Snags and the Abundance and Productivity of Cavity-Nesting Birds
Brandeis, TJ, Newton, M, Filip, GM, Cole, EC2002Cavity-Nester Habitat Development in Artificially Made Douglas-Fir Snags
Conner, RN1981Seasonal Changes in Woodpecker Foraging Patterns
Conner, RN, Hooper, RG, Crawford, HS, Mosby, HS1975Woodpecker Nesting Habitat in Cut and Uncut Woodlands in Virginia
Covert-Bratland, KA, Block, WM, Theimer, TC2006Hairy Woodpecker Winter Ecology in Ponderosa Pine Forests Representing Different Ages since Wildfire
Covert-Bratland, KA, Theimer, TC, Block, WM2007Hairy Woodpecker Winter Roost Characteristics in Burned Ponderosa Pine Forest
Dunham, DW1963Head-Scratching in the Hairy Woodpecker, Dendrocopos villosus
Graham, BA, Burg, TM2012Molecular markers provide insights into contemporary and historic gene flow for a non-migratory species
Hagar, JC, Mccomb, WC, Emmingham, WH1996Bird Communities in Commercially Thinned and Unthinned Douglas-Fir Stands of Western Oregon
J. Haney, C1999Hierarchical Comparisons of Breeding Birds in Old-Growth Conifer-Hardwood Forest on the Appalachian Plateau
HANSON, CHADT, North, MP2008POSTFIRE WOODPECKER FORAGING IN SALVAGE-LOGGED AND UNLOGGED FORESTS OF THE SIERRA NEVADA (Forrajeo de Pájaros Carpinteros en Bosques Quemados Con y Sin Extracción de Madera en la Sierra Nevada)
Kilham, L1968Reproductive Behavior of Hairy Woodpeckers II. Nesting and Habitat
Kisiel, DS1972Foraging Behavior of Dendrocopos villosus and D. pubescens in Eastern New York State
Klicka, J, Spellman, GM, Winker, K, Chua, V, Smith, BT2011A Phylogeographic and Population Genetic Analysis of a Widespread, Sedentary North American Bird: The Hairy Woodpecker (Picoides villosus)
Klicka, J, Spellman, GM, Winker, K, Chua, V, Smith, BT2011A Phylogeographic and Population Genetic Analysis of a Widespread, Sedentary North American Bird: the Hairy Woodpecker (Picoides Villosus) (Análisis Filogeográfico y de Genética Poblacional de un Ave Norteamericana, Sedentaria y de Amplia Distribución
Klicka, J, Spellman, GM, Winker, K, Chua, V, Smith, BT2011A Phylogeographic and Population Genetic Analysis of a Widespread, Sedentary North American Bird: The Hairy Woodpecker (Picoides villosus)
Koplin, JR, Baldwin, PH1970Woodpecker Predation on an Endemic Population of Engelmann Spruce Beetles
Kozma, JM, Kroll, AJ2012Woodpecker Nest Survival in Burned and Unburned Managed Ponderosa Pine Forests of the Northwestern United States (Supervivencia del Nido de Carpinteros en Bosques Manejados Quemados y No Quemados de Pino Ponderosa del Noroeste de Estados Unidos)
Lock, PA, Naiman, RJ1998Effects of Stream Size on Bird Community Structure in Coastal Temperate Forests of the Pacific Northwest, U.S.A.
Marshall, JT1988Birds Lost from a Giant Sequoia Forest during Fifty Years
Miller, EH, Walters, EL, Ouellet, H1999Plumage, Size, and Sexual Dimorphism in the Queen Charlotte Islands Hairy Woodpecker
Morrison, ML, With, KA1987Interseasonal and Intersexual Resource Partitioning in Hairy and White-Headed Woodpeckers
Murphy, EC, Lehnhausen, WA1998Density and Foraging Ecology of Woodpeckers Following a Stand-Replacement Fire
Pope, TL, Block, WM, BEIER, PAUL2009Prescribed Fire Effects on Wintering, Bark-Foraging Birds in Northern Arizona
Runde, DE, Capen, DE1987Characteristics of Northern Hardwood Trees Used by Cavity-Nesting Birds
Russell, RE, Saab, VA, Rotella, JJ, Dudley, JG2009Detection Probabilities of Woodpecker Nests in Mixed Conifer Forests in Oregon
Saab, VA, Russell, RE, Dudley, JG2007Nest Densities of Cavity-Nesting Birds in Relation to Postfire Salvage Logging and Time since Wildfire
Saab, VA, Russell, RE, Rotella, J, Dudley, JG2011Modeling Nest Survival of Cavity-Nesting Birds in Relation to Postfire Salvage Logging
Schepps, J, Lohr, S, Martin, TE1999Does Tree Hardness Influence Nest-Tree Selection by Primary Cavity Nesters?
Setterington, MA, Thompson, ID, Montevecchi, WA2000Woodpecker Abundance and Habitat Use in Mature Balsam Fir Forests in Newfoundland
Shackelford, CE, Conner, RN1997Woodpecker Abundance and Habitat Use in Three Forest Types in Eastern Texas
Squires, JR2000Food Habits of Northern Goshawks Nesting in South Central Wyoming
Stark, RD, Dodenhoff, DJ, Johnson, EV1998A Quantitative Analysis of Woodpecker Drumming
Stott, P, Lock1, PA, Naiman, RJ1998Effects of stream size on bird community structure in coastal temperate forests of the Pacific Northwest, U.S.A.
Tobalske, BW1996Scaling of Muscle Composition, Wing Morphology, and Intermittent Flight Behavior in Woodpeckers
TOPP, CARRIEM, Winker, K2008GENETIC PATTERNS OF DIFFERENTIATION AMONG FIVE LANDBIRD SPECIES FROM THE QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS, BRITISH COLUMBIA (Patrons génétiques de différentiation chez cinq espèces d'oiseaux terrestres des îles de la Reine-Charlotte, en Colombie-Britannique)
Tozer, DC, Nol, E, Burke, DM, Elliott, KA, Falk, KJ2009Predation by Bears on Woodpecker Nests: Are Nestling Begging and Habitat Choice Risky Business? (La prédation par les ours aux nids de pics: est-ce que les cris des oisillons et l'emplacement du nid risquent de tout faire échouer?)
Villard, P, Beninger, CW1993Foraging Behavior of Male Black-Backed and Hairy Woodpeckers in a Forest Burn (Conducta de Forrajeo de Individuos Machos de los Carpinteros Picoides villosus y P. arcticus en un Área Forestal Quemada)
WEIBEL, AMYC, Moore, WS2005Plumage Convergence in Picoides Woodpeckers Based on a Molecular Phylogeny, with Emphasis on Convergence in Downy and Hairy Woodpeckers
Weikel, JM, Hayes, JP1999The Foraging Ecology of Cavity-Nesting Birds in Young Forests of the Northern Coast Range of Oregon
Zarnowitz, JE, Manuwal, DA1985The Effects of Forest Management on Cavity-Nesting Birds in Northwestern Washington
Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith