Ornithological Ephemera

These articles, from sources that are not SORA partners, are listed alphabetically by name of publication. They were prepared and sent to us by Stephen M. Smith. We thank him very much for making these papers available to SORA Readers!


Dickerman. 1975. Revision of the Short-billed Marsh Wren. American Museum Novitates 2569

 

Lanyon. 1965. Specific limits of the Yucatan Flycatcher, Myiarchus yucatanensis. American Museum Novitates 2229

 

D. Scott Wood, Robert C. Leberman, 1987. Results of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History Expeditions to Belize. III. Distributional Notes on the Birds of Belize. Annals of Carnegie Museum 56(6): 137-160.

 

Rendahl, H. 1919. Notes on a collection of birds from Panama, Costa Rica and Nicaragua. Arkiv för Zoologi,12(8): 1–36.

 

Pinto, O. 1952. Súmula histórica e sistemática da ornitologia de Minas-Gerais. Arquivos de Zoologia do Estado de São Paulo, 8: 1–51

 

Clinton-Eitniear, J. 1986. Status of large forest eagles of Belize. Birds of Prey Bulletin 3: 107–110

 

Clinton-Eitniear, J. 1991. The Solitary Eagle Harpyhaliaetus solitarius: A New Threatened Species. Birds of Prey Bulletin 4: 81–85

 

Piaskowski, V.D., Teul, M., Cal, R.N., Williams, K.M. and Tzul, D. 2006. How to manage your land to help birds. (Belize and Mesoamerica edition). Birds Without Borders, Milwaukee, WI.

 

Phelps, W.H. 1943. Las aves de Perijá. Boletín de la Sociedad Venezolana de Ciencias Naturales, 8: 265–338.

 

Phelps, W.H., and Dickerman, R. 1980. Cuatro subespecies nuevas de Aves (Furnariidae, Formicariidae) de la región de Pantepui, Estado Bolívar y Territorio Amazonas, Venezuela. Boletín de la Sociedad Venezolana de Ciencias Naturales, 33: 139–147.

 

Austin, O.L. 1929. Birds of the Cayo District, British Honduras. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 59: 363–394

 

Matola, S. and Poót, C. 2003. One forest, three nations: the biological and cultural diversity of Belize. Caribbean Geography 13: 14-18.

 

Piaskowski, V.D., Teul, M., Cal, R.N., Williams, K.M. and Martinez, W.E. 2003. The birds of central Belize. Caribbean Geography 13: 69-87.

 

Delahunty, J.L. 2005. Remote sensing as a tool for mapping and monitoring habitat: a case study of the St. Vincent Parrot (Amazona guildingii). Caribbean Geography 14: 31-39.

 

McRae, E.M. 1995. Bird Survey, 8-13 August 1995, Caye Caulker, Belize. CariSearch, Ltd.

 

Miller and Miller. 1996. New information on the status and distribution of the Keel-billed Motmot Electron carinatum in Belize, Central America Cotinga 6, 61–64.

 

Meerman, J.C. 1994. The Wood Stork colonies in the northeastern Corozal District, Belize. 1991 and 1992 seasons. Including a report on other bird colonies in the Chetumal Bay area. Estudio Integral de la Frontera Mexico–Belice. CIQRO, Chetumal. pp. 113–118.

 

Bond, M.F.W. 1954. Turneffe adventure. Frontiers (Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia), 18: 137–141.

 

Jones, H.L. 2000. Maiuia Mannikibani Kiritimati. The Birdlife of Christmas Island. I Kiribati translations by Atanraoi Baiteke. Dames & Moore.

 

Salvin, O. 1885. On a collection of birds from the Island of Cozumel. Ibis, 27: 185–194

 

Salvin, O. 1888. A list of the birds of the islands of the coast of Yucatán and the Bay of Honduras. Ibis, 30: 241–265

 

Salvin, O. 1889. A list of the birds of the islands of the coast of Yucatán and the Bay of Honduras. Ibis, 31: 359–379

 

Salvin, O. 1890. A list of the birds of the islands of the coast of Yucatán and the Bay of Honduras. Ibis, 32: 84–95

 

Barlow, JC, Dick, JA, Baldwin, DH, and Davis, RA. 1969. New records of birds from British Honduras. Ibis, 111: 399–401

 

Meadows, M. 1994. Bacalar Chico Bird Report, Ambergris Caye, Belize. International Tropical Conservation Foundation.

 

Phillips, A.R. 1959. The nature of avian species. Journal of the Arizona Academy of Science, 1: 22–30.

 

Bond, J. 1954. Birds of Turneffe and Northern Two Cayes, British Honduras. Notulae Naturae, 260: 1–10.

 

Bangs, O. and Peck, M.E. 1908. On some rare and new birds from British Honduras. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 21: 43–46.

 

Ridgway, R. 1885. Catalogue of a collection of birds made on the island of Cozumel, Yucatán, by the naturalists of the U.S. Fish Commission steamer Albatross, Capt. Z.L. Tanner, commander. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 8: 560–583.

 

Yarrell, W. (Chair) 1837. Meeting of 13 September. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 45: 79-83.

 

Mertens, R. and Steinbacher, J. 1955. Die im Senckenberg-Museum vorhandenen Arten ausgestorbener, aussterbender oder seltener Vögel. (The species of extinct or rare birds in the Senckenberg Museum) Senckenbergiana Biologica 36: 241–265.

 

Felten, H. and Steinbacher, J. 1955. Zur Vogelfauna von El Salvador. (On the avian fauna of El Salvador) Senckenbergiana Biologica 36: 9-19.

 

Wetmore, A. 1962. Systematic notes concerned with the avifauna of Panamá. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, 145(1): 1–14.

 

Wetmore, A. 1963. Additions to records of birds known from the Republic of Panamá. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, 145(6): 1–11.

 

Matola, S. 1993. Columbia River Forest Reserve Expedition, 9–16 December 1990. Typescript.

 

Clinton-Eitniear, J. 1984. Status of the King Vulture in Mexico and adjacent Central America. Vulture News 12: 22-24.

 

Clinton-Eitniear, J. 1985. Distribution and relative abundance of Lesser Yellow-headed Vulture in Mex. and C.A. Vulture News 13: 4-7.

 

Devas, R. 1953. Birds of British Honduras. Notes on some of the birds resident in that part of Central America. Yuille's Printerie, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad.

 

Landbeck, L. 1877. Bemerkungen über die Singvögel Chile’s. (Comments on the songbirds of Chile.) Der zoologische Garten: Zeitschrift für die gesamte Tiergärtnerei, 18: 233–261.