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Florida Field Naturalist, Volume 28, Number 4 (2000)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Florida Field Naturalist
Year: 
2000
Volume: 
28
Issue: 
4

CONTENTS

CHANGES IN OBSERVABILITY OF ADULT NINE-BANDED ARMADILLOS OVER THE SUMMER: OBSERVER EFFECT OR SEASONAL DECLINE? 161-172.
Emily G. Robertson, Colleen M. McDonough, W.J. Loughry
RECORD OF A BLACK-THROATED GREEN WARBLER WINTERING IN FLORIDA 186-188.
Bill Pranty
FIVE NESTING ATTEMPTS BY AN APPARENT PAIR OF EASTERN KINGBIRDS 189-191.
Douglas B. McNair
AERIAL FORAGING BY TRICOLORED HERONS, SNOWY, AND GREAT EGRETS 192-194.
William E. Davis, Jr., Jerome A. Jackson
A KLEPTOPARASITIC ATTACK ON A DOUBLE-CRESTED CORMORANT BY A BROWN PELICAN 195.
Carmine A. Lanciani
ATTEMPTED HETEROSPECIFIC KLEPTOPARASITISM BY CRESTED CARACARAS OF OSPREYS 196-197.
Douglas B. McNair, M.A. McMillian, L.M. Rojas
PURSUIT AND CAPTURE OF A RING-BILLED GULL BY BALD EAGLES 198-200.
Andrew W. Kratter, Mary K. Hart
COYOTE DISTRIBUTION IN FLORIDA EXTENDS SOUTHWARD 201-203.
M.B. Main, S.F. Coates, G.M. Allen
FORAGING BEHAVIOR OF VULTURES IN CENTRAL FLORIDA 173-181.
Eric D. Stolen

NOTES

A RECORD OF TROPICAL KINGBIRD ( Tyrannus melancholicus ) IN FLORIDA 182-185.
Lee F. Snyder, Larry A. Hopkins

FIELD OBSERVATIONS

Spring Report: March-May 2000 204-215.
Bill Pranty
Editorial 216.
R. Todd Engstrom

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