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1976Miscellaneous: Williams, L. E., Jr. & Phillips, R. W. 1973. Capturing Sandhill Cranes with alpha-chloralose. J. Wildl. Mgmt 37: 94–97.
1973RECENT ORNITHOLOGICAL PUBLICATIONS
Alonso, D, Arizaga, J2011Seasonal patterns of breeding, moulting, and body mass variation in Pyrenean Common Crossbills Loxia curvirostra curvirostra
Arizaga, J, Alonso, D, Hobson, KA2014Disentangling the origin of crossbills using morphology and isotopic (δ2H) characters. Are southern European crossbills restricted to population-specific key resources?
Barrington, RM1910Invasion of Crossbills
Barton, R, Ginn, HB, Hudson, R1978Reviews
Barton, R, Ginn, HB, Hudson, R1978Reviews
Benkman, CW1988Flock Size, Food Dispersion, and the Feeding Behavior of Crossbills
Benkman, CW1997Feeding Behavior, Flock-Size Dynamics, and Variation in Sexual Selection in Crossbills
Benkman, CW1993Logging, Conifers, and the Conservation of CrossbillsExplotación forestal, coníferas y conservación de piquituertos (“crossbills”)
Benkman, CW1990Intake Rates and the Timing of Crossbill Reproduction
Benkman, CW1989Intake Rate Maximization and the Foraging Behaviour of Crossbills
Benkman, CW, Fetz, T, Talluto, MV2012Variable resource availability when resource replenishment is constant: The coupling of predators and prey (Disponibilidad Variable de Recursos cuando su Reposición es Constante: El Acople entre Depredadores y Presas)
Benkman, CW, Smith, JW, KEENAN, PATRICKC, Parchman, TL, Santisteban, L2009A New Species Of The Red Crossbill (Fringillidae: Loxia) From Idaho (Una Especie Nueva de Loxia (Fringillidae) de Idaho)
Berthold, P1982Endogene Grundlagen der Jahresperiodik von Standvögeln und wenig ausgeprägten Zugvögeln
Berthold, P, Gwinner, E1978Jahresperiodik der Gonadengröße beim Fichtenkreuzschnabel (Loxia curvirostra)
Bond, RR1957Differential Mortality among Red Crossbills (Loxia curvirostra)
Brewster, W1918Nesting of the Red Crossbill (Loxia curvirostra minor) in Essex County, Massachusetts
Brooks, EA1920White-Winged Crossbill (Loxia leucoptera) in West Virginia
Carroll, CJ1916The Crossbill in Co. Tipperary
Cary, M1901Occurrence of the Mexican Crossbill (Loxia curvirostra stricklandi) at Neligh, Nebraska
Clouet, M2000The breeding biology of the Common Crossbill Loxia curvirostra in the Central Pyrenees
Clouet, M2000The breeding biology of the Common Crossbill Loxia curvirostra in the Central Pyrenees
Cornelius, JM, Hahn, TP2012Seasonal pre-migratory fattening and increased activity in a nomadic and irruptive migrant, the Red Crossbill Loxia curvirostra
Deviche, P2000Timing, Pattern, and Extent of First Prebasic Molt of White-Winged Crossbills in Alaska (Temporada, Patrón y Extensión de la Primera Muda Prebásica de Loxia leucoptera en Alasca)
Deviche, P1997Seasonal Reproductive Pattern of White-Winged Crossbills in Interior Alaska (Patron Reproductivo Estacional de Loxia lecoptera en el Interior de Alaska)
Deviche, P, McGraw, KJ, Underwood, J2008Season-, sex-, and age-specific accumulation of plasma carotenoid pigments in free-ranging white-winged crossbills Loxia leucoptera
Dilger, WC1960Agonistic and Social Behavior of Captive Redpolls
Durrant, KL, Dawson, DA, Burke, T, BIRKHEAD, TIMR2010The Unusual Sperm Morphology of the Eurasian Bullfinch (Pyrrhula pyrrhula) is not Due to the Phenotypic Result of Genetic Reduction (La morphologie inhabituelle des spermatozoïdes de Pyrrhula Pyrrhula n'est pas le résultat phénotypique de la réduction
Dyche, LL1886The Red Crossbill (Loxia curvirostra stricklandi) in Kansas
Edelaar, P, van Eerde, K2011Non-random infection across individuals and populations supports that parasites can change morphology within an adaptive radiation
Edelaar, P, van Eerde, K2011Non-random infection across individuals and populations supports that parasites can change morphology within an adaptive radiation
EDELAAR, PIM2008Assortative mating also indicates that common crossbill Loxia curvirostra vocal types are species
EDELAAR, PIM, Phillips, RE, Knops, P2005Sexually Dimorphic Body Plumage in Juvenile Crossbills
EDELAAR, PIM, Van Eerde, K, Terpstra, K2008Is the nominate subspecies of the common crossbill Loxia c. curvirostra polytypic? II. Differentiation among vocal types in functional traits
Elmberg, J1993Song Differences between North American and European White-Winged Crossbills (Loxia leucoptera)
Förschler, M, Kalko, E2009Vocal types in crossbill populations ( Loxia spp.) of Southwest Europe
Gallant, D2004White-Winged Crossbills Obtain Forage from River Otter Feces
Glanville, J1928Common Crossbill in County Wexford
Groth, JG1988Resolution of Cryptic Species in Appalachian Red Crossbills
Génard, M, Lescourret, F1987The Common Crossbill Loxia curvirostra in the Pyrenees: some observations on its habitats and on its relations with conifer seeds
Hahn, TP, Wingfield, JC, Mullen, R, Deviche, PJ1995Endocrine Bases of Spatial and Temporal Opportunism in Arctic-Breeding Birds
Barrett-Hamilton, GEH1895Stock Dove and Crossbill in Carlow
Handel, CM, Swanson, SA, Nigro, DA, Matsuoka, SM2009Estimation of Avian Population Sizes and Species Richness across a Boreal Landscape in Alaska
Hart, WE1892The Parrot-Crossbill (Loxia curvirostra, var. pityopsittacus)
Hobson, KA, Bayne, E2000Breeding Bird Communities in Boreal Forest of Western Canada: Consequences of "Unmixing" the Mixedwoods
Hynes, DP, Miller, EH2014Vocal distinctiveness of the Red Crossbill (Loxia curvirostra) on the island of Newfoundland, Canada
JAMES, HELENF2009Repeated Evolution of Fused Thoracic Vertebrae in Songbirds (Evolución Repetida de Vértebras Torácicas Fusionadas en Aves Canoras)
James, PC, Barry, TW, Smith, AR, Barry, SJ1987Bill Crossover Ratios in Canadian Crossbills Loxia spp.
JARDINE, DAVIDC1994Observations on the occurrence of red‐orange female common crossbills Loxia curvirostra

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