AVIS-IBIS

Birds of Indian Subcontinent

Literature

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Alatalo, RV1982Multidimensional Foraging Niche Organization of Foliage-Gleaning Birds in Northern Finland
Alatalo, RV1981Interspecific Competition in Tits Parus spp. and the Goldcrest Regulus regulus: Foraging Shifts in Multispecific Flocks
ARMSTRONG, EDWARDA1954THE BEHAVIOUR OF BIRDS IN CONTINUOUS DAYLIGHT
Bai, M-L, Mühlenberg, M2008Sequential use of holes by birds breeding in a natural boreal forest in Mongolia: Capsule Wood Nuthatch Sitta europaea and Coal Tit Periparus ater had a high tendency to reuse nest-sites, and holes in living trees were more frequently reused than holes in
Bai, M-L, Mühlenberg, M2008Sequential use of holes by birds breeding in a natural boreal forest in Mongolia: Capsule Wood Nuthatch Sitta europaea and Coal Tit Periparus ater had a high tendency to reuse nest-sites, and holes in living trees were more frequently reused than holes in
Clark, JA, Balmer, DE, Blackburn, JR, Milne, LJ, Robinson, RA, Wernham, CV, ADAMS, SUEY, Griffin, BM2002Bird ringing in Britain and Ireland in 2000
Clark, JA, Dadam, D, Robinson, RA, Moss, D, Leech, DI, Barber, LJ, Blackburn, JR, Conway, GJ, De Palacio, D, Griffin, BM, Schäfer, S2011Bird ringing in Britain and Ireland in 2010
Clark, JA, Dadam, D, Robinson, RA, Moss, D, Leech, DI, Barber, LJ, Blackburn, JR, Conway, GJ, De Palacio, D, Griffin, BM, Schäfer, S2011Bird ringing in Britain and Ireland in 2010
Clark, JA, Robinson, RA, Feu, CDu, Wright, LJ, Conway, GJ, Blackburn, JR, Leech, DI, Barber, LJ, De Palacio, D, Griffin, BM, Moss, D, Schäfer, S2010Bird ringing in Britain and Ireland in 2009
Dhondt, AA1989Ecological and Evolutionary Effects of Interspecific Competition in Tits
GIBB, JOHNA1960POPULATIONS OF TITS AND GOLDCRESTS AND THEIR FOOD SUPPLY IN PINE PLANTATIONS
Gibb, J1956TERRITORY IN THE GENUS PARUS
Helle, P, Järvinen, O1986Population Trends of North Finnish Land Birds in Relation to Their Habitat Selection and Changes in Forest Structure
Hewson, CM, Amar, A, Lindsell, JA, Thewlis, RM, BUTLER, SIMON, SMITH, KEN, Fuller, RJ2007Recent changes in bird populations in British broadleaved woodland
Kampichler, C, van der Jeugd, HP2011Monitoring Passerine Reproduction by Constant Effort Ringing: Evaluation of the Efficiency of Trend Detection
Kullberg, C, Ekman, J2000Does Predation Maintain Tit Community Diversity?
Kéry, M, J. Royle, A2010Hierarchical modelling and estimation of abundance and population trends in metapopulation designs
Lewis, AJG, Amar, A, CORDI-PIEC, DANIEL, Thewlis, RM2007Factors influencing Willow Tit Poecile montanus site occupancy: a comparison of abandoned and occupied woods
LILLIENDAHL, KRISTJAN2002Daily patterns of body mass gain in four species of small wintering birds
Moreno, J1981Feeding Niches of Woodland Birds in a Montane Coniferous Forest in Central Spain during Winter
Korner-Nievergelt, F, Leisler, B2004Morphological convergence in conifer-dwelling passerines
Rajala, M, Kareksela, S, Rätti, O, Suhonen, J2012Age-dependent responses to alarm calls depend on foraging activity in Willow Tits Poecile montanus
RODRÍGUEZ, ALEJANDRO, Andrén, H, Jansson, G2001Habitat-Mediated Predation Risk and Decision Making of Small Birds at Forest Edges
Rytkönen, S, Soppela, M1995Vicinity of Sparrowhawk Nest Affects Willow Tit Nest Defense
SANGSTER, GEORGE, van den Berg, AB, van Loon, AJ, Roselaar, CS2009Dutch Avifaunal List: Taxonomic Changes in 2004–2008
Siriwardena, GM2004Possible roles of habitat, competition and avian nest predation in the decline of the Willow Tit Parus montanus in Britain: Capsule Although stable in their preferred, wet habitats, Willow Tits have declined in woodland, probably because of habitat degrad
Siriwardena, GM2004Possible roles of habitat, competition and avian nest predation in the decline of the Willow Tit Parus montanus in Britain: Capsule Although stable in their preferred, wet habitats, Willow Tits have declined in woodland, probably because of habitat degrad
Siriwardena, GM2004Possible roles of habitat, competition and avian nest predation in the decline of the Willow Tit Parus montanus in Britain: Capsule Although stable in their preferred, wet habitats, Willow Tits have declined in woodland, probably because of habitat degrad
Suhonen, J, Alatalo, RV, Carlson, A, Höglund, J1992Food Resource Distribution and the Organization of the Parus Guild in a Spruce Forest
Suhonen, J, Halonen, M, MAPPES, TAPIO1993Predation Risk and the Organization of the Parus Guild
Tojo, H2009Breeding Bird Community of the Ogawa Forest Reserve, an Old-Growth Deciduous Forest in Central Japan
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