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Birds of Indian Subcontinent

Literature

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Bendire, CE1889Sphyrapicus ruber Breeding in Coniferous Trees
Blewett, CM, Marzluff, JM2005Effects of Urban Sprawl on Snags and the Abundance and Productivity of Cavity-Nesting Birds
Bock, CE, Lepthien, LW1975A Christmas Count Analysis of Woodpecker Abundance in the United States
Cicero, C, Johnson, NK1995Speciation in Sapsuckers (Sphyrapicus): III. Mitochondrial-DNA Sequence Divergence at the Cytochrome-B Locus
Conway, CJ, Martin, TE1993Habitat Suitability for Williamson's Sapsuckers in Mixed-Conifer Forests
Crockett, AB, Hadow, HH1975Nest Site Selection by Williamson and Red-Naped Sapsuckers
Daily, GC1993Heartwood Decay and Vertical Distribution of Red-Naped Sapsucker Nest Cavities
Danforth, CG1938Some Feeding Habits of the Red-Breasted Sapsucker
J. Dieni, S, Anderson, SH1999Effects of Recent Burning on Breeding Bird Community Structure in Aspen Forests (Efectos de Quema Reciente en la Estructura Reproductiva de la Comunidad de Aves en Bosques de Populus)
Eberhardt, LS2000Use and Selection of Sap Trees by Yellow-Bellied Sapsuckers
Eberhardt, LS1997A Test of an Environmental Advertisement Hypothesis for the Function of Drumming in Yellow-Bellied Sapsuckers
Grinnell, J1937Subspecific Appraisal of Red-Breasted Sapsuckers
Grinnell, J1901Two Races of the Red-Breasted Sapsucker
Helm, SR2007Red-Breasted Sapsuckers Nest in Utility Pole
Holloway, GL, MALCOLM, JAYR2007NEST-TREE USE BY NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN FLYING SQUIRRELS IN CENTRAL ONTARIO
Holloway, GL, MALCOLM, JAYR2007Nest-Tree Use by Northern and Southern Flying Squirrels in Central Ontario
Howell, TR1953Racial and Sexual Differences in Migration in Sphyrapicus varius
J. III, MVarner, Kush, JS, Meldahl, RS2006Characteristics of Sap Trees Used by Overwintering Sphyrapicus varius (Yellow-Bellied Sapsuckers) in an Old-Growth Pine Forest
Jobes, AP, Nol, E, Voigt, DR2004Effects of Selection Cutting on Bird Communities in Contiguous Eastern Hardwood Forests
Johnson, NK, Johnson, CBowman1985Speciation in Sapsuckers (Sphyrapicus): II. Sympatry, Hybridization, and Mate Preference in S. ruber daggetti and S. nuchalis
Johnson, NK, Zink, RM1983Speciation in Sapsuckers (Sphyrapicus): I. Genetic Differentiation
Jones, SL2008A Forty-Year Comparison of the Breeding Avifauna in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
Joy, JB2000Characteristics of Nest Cavities and Nest Trees of the Red-Breasted Sapsucker in Coastal Montane Forests (Características de la Cavidad y el Árbol Utilizado para Anidar por Parte de Sphyrapicus ruber en Bosques Montanos Costaneros)
Kalcounis, MC, R. Brigham, M1998Secondary Use of Aspen Cavities by Tree-Roosting Big Brown Bats
Kessel, B1986Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker, Sphyrapicus Varius, in Alaska
Kilham, L1974Play in Hairy, Downy, and Other Woodpeckers
Koenig, WD, Walters, EL, Liebhold, AM2011Effects of Gypsy Moth Outbreaks on North American Woodpeckers (Efectos de las Erupciones de Lymantria dispar sobre Pájaros Carpinteros Norteamericanos)
Koenig, WD, Walters, EL, Liebhold, AM2011Effects of Gypsy Moth Outbreaks on North American Woodpeckers
Koenig, WD, Walters, EL, Liebhold, AM2011Effects of Gypsy Moth Outbreaks on North American Woodpeckers (Efectos de las Erupciones de Lymantria dispar sobre Pájaros Carpinteros Norteamericanos)
Komar, O, O'Shea, BJ, A. Peterson, T, NAVARRO-SIGÜENZA, ADOLFOG2005Evidence of Latitudinal Sexual Segregation among Migratory Birds Wintering in Mexico (Evidencia de la Segregación Latitudinal Sexual en Aves Migratorias durante el Invierno en México)
Kratter, AW1991First Nesting Record for Williamson's Sapsucker (Sphyrapicus thyroideus) in Baja California, Mexico, and Comments on the Biogeography of the Fauna of the Sierra San Pedro Martír
Leonard, Jr., DL, I. Stout, J2006Woodpecker Use of Forested Wetlands in Central Peninsular Florida
Long, AM2011Orientation of Sap Wells Excavated by Yellow-bellied Sapsuckers
Long, AM2011Orientation of Sap Wells Excavated by Yellow-bellied Sapsuckers
Losin, N, Floyd, CH, Schweitzer, TE, Keller, SJ2006Relationship between Aspen Heartwood Rot and the Location of Cavity Excavation by a Primary Cavity-Nester, the Red-Naped Sapsucker / Relación entre un Hongo de Populus tremuloides y la Ubicación de Excavaciones de Syphrapicus nuchalis, un Ave que Nidifi
B. Mcclelland, R, Mcclelland, PT2000Red-Naped Sapsucker Nest Trees in Northern Rocky Mountain Old-Growth Forest
Mills, TR, Rumble, MA, Flake, LD2000Habitat of Birds in Ponderosa Pine and Aspen/Birch Forest in the Black Hills, South Dakota (El Hábitat de las Aves en un Bosque de Pinus ponderosa y Populus tremuloides/Betula papyrifera en los Black Hills de Dakota del Sur)
Morris, CH1905Winter Notes on Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker (Sphyrapicus varius)
Newman, GA1974Recent Bird Records from the Guadalupe Mountains, Texas
Ridgway, R1887A Singularly Marked Specimen of Sphyrapicus Thyroideus
Rothenbach, CA, Opio, C2005Sapsuckers Usurp a Nuthatch Nest
D. Rudolph, C, Conner, RN, Schaefer, RR1991Yellow-Bellied Sapsuckers Feeding at Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Resin Wells
Runde, DE, Capen, DE1987Characteristics of Northern Hardwood Trees Used by Cavity-Nesting Birds
Schepps, J, Lohr, S, Martin, TE1999Does Tree Hardness Influence Nest-Tree Selection by Primary Cavity Nesters?
Seneviratne, SS, Toews, DPL, BRELSFORD, ALAN, Irwin, DE2012Concordance of genetic and phenotypic characters across a sapsucker hybrid zone
Shackelford, CE, Conner, RN1997Woodpecker Abundance and Habitat Use in Three Forest Types in Eastern Texas
Short, LL, Morony, Jr., JJ1970A Second Hybrid Williamson's × Red-Naped Sapsucker and an Evolutionary History of Sapsuckers
W. Shuford, D1985Acorn Woodpecker Mutilates Nestling Red-Breasted Sapsuckers

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