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The Condor, Volume 82, Number 1 (1980)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Condor
Year: 
1980
Volume: 
82
Issue: 
1

CONTENTS

Discovery of a Ground-Nesting Marbled Murrelet. 1-9.
Theodore H. Simons.
Recent Publications. 9-84.
 
How Nutcrackers Find Their Seed Stores. 10-19.
Diana F. Tomback.
Bird Community Structure in Alder Forests in Washington. 20-30.
Edmund W. Stiles.
Arils as Food of Tropical American Birds. 31-42.
Alexander F. Skutch, John W. Fitzpatrick.
Foraging Behavior of Neotropical Tyrant Flycatchers. 43-57.
John W. Fitzpatrick.
The Breeding of Rufous Horneros (Furnarius Rufus). 58-68.
Rosendo M. Fraga.
Additions to the Avifauna of Bolivia. 69-75.
J. V. Remsen, Jr., Robert S. Ridgely.
Weather-Dependent Foraging Success and Sibling Aggression in Red-Tailed Hawks in Central Washington. 76-80.
Christopher H. Stinson.
Organochlorine Pollutants, Nest-Defense Behavior and Reproductive Success in Merlins. 81-84.
Glen A. Fox, Tom Donald.
A Necropsy Procedure for Sampling Disease in Wild Birds. 85-98.
Charles Van Riper III, Sandra G. Van Riper.
News and Notes. 112-113.
 
Information for Contributors. 114-116.
 
The Bulletin Board. 116. 

Short Communications

Brain Temperature Fluctuations in Helmeted Guineafowl Under Semi-Natural Conditions. 99-100.
Philip C. Withers, Timothy M. Crowe.
Progenicide in Double-Crested Cormorants. 101.
Douglas Siegel-Causey.
Vocalization During Inhalation in a Nightjar. 101-103.
Malcolm L. Hunter, Jr.
Metabolism and Thermoregulation in Hatchling Western Gulls. 103-105.
William R. Dawson, Albert F. Bennett.
Conductance, Pore Geometry, and Water Loss of Eggs of Cassin's Auklet. 105-106.
T. Roudybush, L. Hoffman, H. Rahn.
Nest and Young of the Highland Tinamou in Southern Colombia. 107.
Wallace D. Mckay.
Possible Competition Between Seaside Cinclodes (Cinclodes Nigrofumosus) and Ruddy Turnstones (Arenaria Interpres). 107- 108.
Natasha Atkins.
Observations on the Breeding of Turquoise-Browed Motmots in Yucatan. 109.
Robert F. Martin, Mark W. Martin.
Further Advances of House Sparrows Into the Brazilian Amazon. 109-111.
Nigel J. H. Smith.
The Oaxaca Sparrow ( Aimophila Notosticta) Has a Chatter Vocalization. 111.
John William Hardy.
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