Birds of Indian Subcontinent


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1986Recent Ornithological Publications: Books
1971Corrigenda: Habitat and Habits of the Dwarf Jay, Aphelocoma Nana
1971Erratum: Flocking and Annual Cycle of the Piñon Jay, Gymnorhinus cyanocephalus
1946Jays in Co. Down
S., W1933Review: Pearson and Brooks on Crows and Jays
S., W1918Review: Swarth on Jays of the Genus Aphelocoma
S., W1912Review: Beebe and Crandall on the Undescribed Juvenal Plumage of the Yucatan Jay
P., R, Balda, JH1978The care of young Piñon Jays ( Gymnorhinus cyanocephalus ) and their integration into the flock
Abbott, WM1918Jays Feeding on Wheat
Abbott, WM1915Jays in Co. Cork
Aldredge, RA, LeClair, SC, Bowman, R2012Declining egg viability explains higher hatching failure in a suburban population of the threatened Florida scrub-jay Aphelocoma coerulescens
Aldrich, JW1943Relationships of the Canada Jays in the Northwest
Amaral, MF, Macedo, RHF2003Breeding Patterns and Habitat Use in the Endemic Curl-Crested Jay of Central Brazil (Patrones de reproducción y utilización del hábitat por Cyanocorax cristatellus, ave endémica al centro de Brazil)
Annand, EM, Thompson, III, FR1997Forest Bird Response to Regeneration Practices in Central Hardwood Forests
Atwood, JL1980Social Interactions in the Santa Cruz Island Scrub Jay
Atwood, JL, Elpers, MJo, Collins, CT1990Survival of Breeders in Santa Cruz Island and Mainland California Scrub Jay Populations
Baber, DW, Morris, JG1980Florida Scrub Jays Foraging from Feral Hogs
Bailey, HH1928Why a New Florida Blue Jay?
Balda, RP2007Corvids in Combat: With a Weapon?
Balda, RP, Bateman, GC1976Cannibalism in the Piñon Jay
Balda, RP, Bateman, GC1973Unusual Mobbing Behavior by Incubating Piñon Jays
Balda, RP, Bateman, GC1971Flocking and Annual Cycle of the Piñon Jay, Gymnorhinus cyanocephalus
Balda, RP, Bateman, GC, Foster, GF1972Flocking Associates of the Piñon Jay
Balda, RP, Morrison, ML, Bement, TR1977Roosting Behavior of the Piñon Jay in Autumn and Winter
Balda, RP, Wiltschko, W1991Caching and Recovery in Scrub Jays: Transfer of Sun-Compass Directions from Shaded to Sunny Areas
Ball, SC1945Canada Jay in Connecticut
G. Bancroft, T, Woolfenden, GE1982The Molt of Scrub Jays and Blue Jays in Florida
Barg, JJ, Mumme, RL1994Parental Recognition of Juvenile Begging Calls in the Florida Scrub Jay
Barkan, CPL, Craig, JL, Strahl, SD, Stewart, AM, Brown, JL1986Social dominance in communal Mexican jays Aphelocoma ultramarina
Barnard, WH1996Juvenile Gray Jay Preys upon Magnolia Warbler (Juvenil de Perisoreus Canadensis Depreda un Dendroica Magnolia)
Batcheller, GR, Bissonette, JA, Smith, MW1984Towards Reducing Pecan Losses to Blue Jays in Oklahoma
Bateman, GC, Balda, RP1973Growth, Development, and Food Habits of Young Piñon Jays
Bates, JM1918The Pinon Jay in Nebraska
Beck, RH1899Nesting of the Santa Cruz Jay
Beckham, CWickliffe1888Occurrence of the Florida Blue Jay (Cyanocitta cristata florincola) in Southwestern Texas
Beckwith, SL1955Hallock Jay Hosford, 1929-1955
Bednekoff, PA, Balda, RP1996Observational spatial memory in Clark's nutcrackers and Mexican jays
Bednekoff, PA, Balda, RP1996Social Caching and Observational Spatial Memory in Pinyon Jays
Bednekoff, PA, Bowman, R, Woolfenden, GE2008Do Conversational Gutturals Help Florida Scrub-Jays Coordinate Their Sentinel Behavior?
Bednekoff, PA, Woolfenden, GE2006Florida Scrub-Jays Compensate for the Sentinel Behavior of Flockmates
Bednekoff, PA, Woolfenden, GE2003Florida Scrub-Jays (Aphelocoma coerulescens) are Sentinels More When Well-Fed (Even with no Kin Nearby)
Bekoff, M, Allen, C, Grant, MC1999Feeding Decisions by Steller’s Jays (Cyanocitta stelleri): The Utility of a Logistic Regression Model for Analyses of Where, What, and with Whom to Eat
Bell, RT, Bell, JR2009Rhysodine Beetles (Insecta: Coleoptera: Carabidae): New Species, New Data III
Berg, EC2005Parentage and reproductive success in the white-throated magpie-jay, Calocitta formosa, a cooperative breeder with female helpers
Berg, EC, McCormack, JE, SMITH, THOMASB2009Test of an adaptive hypothesis for egg speckling along an elevational gradient in a population of Mexican jays Aphelocoma ultramarina
Berger, LRae, J. Ligon, D1977Vocal communication and individual recognition in the pinon jay, Gymnorhinus cyanocephalus
E. Bergstrom, A1964Band Loss by Blue Jays


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