Ornithological Monographs

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Ornithological Monographs

ORNITHOLOGICAL MONOGRAPHS

3. The Birds of Kentucky
Robert M. Mengel

6. Adaptations For Locomotion and Feeding in the Anhinga and the Double-Crested Cormorant
Oscar T. Owre

10. The Behavior of Spotted Antbirds
Edwin O. Willis

11. Behavior, Mimetic Songs and Song Dialects, and Relationships of the Parasitic Indigobirds (Vidua) of Africa
Robert B. Payne

12. Intra-Island Variation in the Mascarene White-Eye Zosterops Borbonica
Frank B. Gill

13. Evolutionary Trends in the Neotropical Ovenbirds and Woodhewers
Alan Feduccia

15. Functional Anatomy and Evolution Apparatus Hawaiian Honeycreeper Genus Loxops (Drepanididae)
Lawrence P. Richards, Walter J. Bock

16. The Red-Tailed Tropicbird On Kure Atoll
Robert R. Fleet

17. Comparative Behavior of the American Avocet and the Black-Necked Stilt (Recurvi Rostridae)
Robert Bruce Hamilton

18. Breeding Biology and Behavior of the Oldsquaw (Clangula Hyemalis L.)
Robert M. Alison

19. Bird Populations of Aspen Forests in Western North America
J. A. Douglas Flack

21. Social organization and Behavior of the Acorn Woodpecker in Central Coastal California
Michael H. Macroberts, Barbara R. Macroberts

22. Maintenance Behavior and Communication in the Brown Pelican
Ralph W. Schreiber

23. Species Relationships in the Avian Genus Aimophila
Larry L. Wolf

24. Land Bird Communities of Grand Bahama Island: the Structure and Dynamics of An Avifauna
John T. Emlen

25. Systematics of Smaller Asian Night Birds Based On Voice
Joe T. Marshall

26. The Ecology and Behavior of the Prairie Warbler Dendroica Discolor
Val Nolan, Jr.

27. Ecology and Evolution of Lek Mating Behavior in the Long-Tailed Hermit Hummingbird
F. Gary Stiles, Larry L. Wolf

28. The Foraging Behavior of Mountain Bluebirds With Emphasis On Sexual Foraging Differences
Harry W. Power

29. The Molt of Scrub Jays and Blue Jays in Florida
G. Thomas Bancroft, Glen E. Woolfenden

30. Avian Incubation: Egg Temperature, Nest Humidity, and Behavioral thermoregulation in A Hot Environment
Gilbert S. Grant

31. The Native Forest Birds of Guam
J. Mark Jenkins

32. The Marine Ecology of Birds in the Ross Sea, Antarctica
David G. Ainley, Edmund F. O'Connor, Robert J. Boekelheide

33. Sexual Selection, Lek and Arena Behavior, and Sexual Size Dimorphism in Birds
Robert B. Payne

34. Pattern, Mechanism, and Adaptive Significance of Territoriality in Herring Gulls (Larus Argentatus)
Joanna Burger

35. Ecogeographical Variation in Size and Proportions of Song Sparrows (Melospiza Melodia)
John W. Aldrich

36. Neotropical Ornithology
P.A. Buckley, Eugene Morton, Robert Ridgley, Francine Buckley

37. Avian Monogamy
Patricia Adair Gowaty, Douglas W. Mock

38. An Analysis of Physical, Physiological, and Optical Aspects of Avian Coloration With Emphasis On Wood-Warblers
Edward H. Burtt, Jr.

39. The Lingual Apparatus of the African Grey Parrot, Psitta Cus Eritha Cus LinnlÉ (Aves: Psittacidae): Description and theoretical Mechanical Analysis
Dominique G. Homberger

40. Patterns and Evolutionary Significance of Geographic Variation in the Schistacea Group of the Fox Sparrow (Passerella Ilia Ca)
Robert M. Zink

41. Hindlimb Myology and Evolution of the Old World Suboscine Passerine Birds (Acanthisittidae, Pittidae, Philepittidae, Eurylaimidae)
Robert J. Raikow

42. Speciation and Geographic Variation in Black-Tailed Gnatcatchers
Jonathan L. Atwood

43. A Distributional Survey of the Birds of the Mexican State of Oaxaca
Laurence C. Binford

44. Recent Advances in the Study of Neogene Fossil Birds
K. Jeffrey Bickart, Robert M. Chandler

45. Descriptions of Thirty-Two New Species of Birds from the Hawaiian Islands Part I Non-Passeriformes
Storrs L. Olson, Helen F. James

46. Descriptions of Thirty-Two New Species of Birds from the Hawaiian Islands: Part II Passeriformes
Helen F. James, Storrs L. Olson

47. Parent-offspring Conflict and Its Resolution in the European Starling
Elizabeth Litovich, Harry W. Power

48. Studies in Neotropical ornithology Honoring Ted Parker
J. V. Remsen Jr.

49. Avian Reproductive Tactics: Female and Male Perspectives
Patricia G. Parker, Nancy Tyler Burley

50. Avian Community, Climate, and Sea-Level Changes in the Plio-Pleistocene of the Florida Peninsula
Steven D. Emslie

51. A Descriptive and Phylogenetic Analysis of Plumulaceous Feather Characters in Charadriiformes
Carla J. Dove

52. Ornithology of Sabah: History, Gazetteer, Annotated Checklist, and Bibliography
Frederick H. Sheldon, Robert G. Moyle, Jody Kennard

53. Evolution of Flightlessness in Rails (Giniformes: Rallidae): Phylogenetic, Ecomorphological, and Ontogenetic Perspectives
Bradley C. Livezey

54. Population Dynamics of the California Spotted Owl (Strix Occidentalis Occidentalis): A Meta-Analysis
Alan B. Franklin, R. J. Gutierrez, James D. Nichols, Mark E. Seamans, Gary C. White, Guthrie S. Zimmerman, James E. Hines, Thomas E. Munton, William S. Lahaye, Jennifer A. Blakesly, George N. Steger, Barry R. Noon, Daniel W. H. Shaw, John J. Keane, Trent L. McDonald, Susan Britting

55. Obligate Army-Ant-Following Birds: A Study of Ecology, Spatial Movement Patterns, and Behavior in Amazonian Peru
Susan K. Willson

56. Prehistoric Human Impacts On California Birds: Evidence from the Emeryville Shellmound Avifauna
Jack M. Broughton

57. Management of Cowbirds and their Hosts: Balancing Science, Ethics, and Mandates
Caterine P. Ortega, Jameson F. Chace, Brian Do Peer

The Ornithological Monographs series, published by the AOU, has been established for major papers and presentation too long for inclusion in the Union's journal, The Auk. Manuscripts for Ornithological Monographs are 50–300 typescript pages, and may deal with a single topic or multi-faceted study (such as a dissertation), or symposia papers from recent ornithological meetings.


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