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The Condor, Volume 93, Number 4 (1991)

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Sex-Biased Provisioning: A Test for Differences in Field Metabolic Rates of Nestling Eastern Bluebirds. 793-798.
Dale L. Droge, Patricia Adair Gowaty, Wesley W. Weathers.
Nutrient-Reserve Dynamics and Diet of Breeding Female Gadwalls. 799-810.
C. Davison Ankney, Ray T. Alisauskas.
The Significance of Body Mass to Female Dabbling Ducks During Late Incubation. 811-816.
Mark L. Gloutney, Robert G. Clark.
Effects of Brood Size and Age on Survival of Female Wood Ducks. 817-824.
Frank C. Rohwer, H. W. Heusmann.
Relationships Between Coastal South American King and Blue-Eyed Shags. 825-839.
Pamela C. Rasmussen.
Historical Diversity of Cormorants and Shags From Amchitka Island, Alaska. 840-852.
Douglas Siegel-Causey, Christine Lefevre, Arkadii B. Savinetskii.
Responses of Three Seabird Species to El Nino Events and Other Warm Episodes on the Washington Coast, 1979-1990. 853- 858.
Ulrich W. Wilson.
Reverse Mounting During the Courtship of the European Shag Phalacrocorax Aristotellis. 859-863.
J. Ortega-Ruano, J. A. Graves.
Flocking Behavior of Migratory Warblers in Winter in the Virgin Islands. 864-868.
David N. Ewert, Robert A. Askins.
Stopover of Neotropical Landbird Migrants on East Ship Island Following Trans-Gulf Migration. 869-883.
Amy Jo Kuenzi, Frank R. Moore, Red R. Simons.
Factors Affecting Winter Distribution and Migration Distance of Wood Ducks From Southern Breeding Populations. 884- 891.
Gary R. Hepp, James E. Hines.
Geographic and Local Variation in Nesting Phenology and Clutch Size of the Black Oystercatcher. 892-903.
Marie-Aude L'Hyver, Edward H. Miller.
Diets of Four Sympatric Amazonian Woodcreepers (Dendrocolaptidae). 904-915.
Angela Chapman, Kenneth V. Rosenberg.
Feeding Patterns and Aggressive Behavior in Juvenile and Adult American Flamingos. 916-925.
Keith L. Bildstein, Peter C. Frederick, Marilyn G. Spalding.
Gene Flow in Scrub Jays: Frequency and Direction of Movement. 926-934.
A. Townsend Peterson.
Hormonal Correlates of Bower Decoration and Sexual Display in the Satin Bowerbird (Ptilonorhynchus Violaceus). 935- 942.
Gerald Borgia, John C. Wingfield.
Brood Size, Food Provisioning and Chick Growth in the Pigeon Guillemot Cepphus Columba. 943-951.
S. K. Emms, N. A. M. Verbeek.
Distribution, Relative Abundance and Status of the California Black Rail in Western North America. 952-966.
Jules G. Evens, Gary W. Page, Stephen A. Laymon, Richard W. Stallcup.
Conspecific Nest Parasitism in Three Species of New World Blackbirds. 967-974.
Kyle E. Harms, Les D. Beletsky, Gordon H. Orians.
Geographic and Temporal Variation in the Diet of Yellow-Headed Blackbirds. 975-986.
Daniel J. Twedt, William J. Bleier, George M. Linz.
Is the Painted Bunting Actually Two Species? Problmes Determining Species Limits Between Allopatric Populations. 987- 1000.
Christopher W. Thompson.
News and Notes. 1041-1044.
Reviewers for Volume 93. 1045-1046.
Index to Volume 93. 1047-1059.


Book Reviews


Review of Individual Variation and the Costs of Reproduction - Lifetime Reproduction in Birds. 1039-1040.
Raymond Pierotti.


Invited Essays


The Roles of Nutrient Reserves in Limiting Reproduction in Waterfowl. 1026.
Nutrient Limitation of Clutch Size in Waterfowl: Is Three a Universal Hypothesis?. 1026-1028.
Ronald D. Drobney.
The Role of Nutrient Reserves in Limiting Waterfowl Reproduction. 1029-1032.
C. Davison Ankney, Alan D. Afton, Ray T. Alisauskas.
Do Egg Formation Costs Limit Clutch Size in Waterfowl? a Skeptical View. 1032-1038.
Todd W. Arnold, Frank C. Rohwer.


Short Communications


Song Similarity in an Isolated Population of Fox Sparrows (Passerella Iliaca). 1001-1003.
Christopher T. Naugler, Peter C. Smith.
The Fossil Record of the Genus Mycteria (Ciconiidae) in North America. 1004-1006.
Storrs L. Olson.
Resource Partitioning Among Three Buteo Species in the Centennial Valley, Montana. 1007-1010.
Marco Restani.
Aggression and Dominance in House Finches. 1010-1013.
James R. Belthoff, Sidney A. Gauthreaux, Jr.
A Retrospective Analysis of Red-Band Effects on Red-Winged Blackbirds. 1013-1016.
Patrick J. Weatherhead, Drew J. Hoysak, Karen J. Metz, Christopher G. Eckert.
Mitochondrial Dna Variation and the Taxonomic Status of the Large-Billed Savannah Sparrow. 1016-1019.
Robert M. Zink, Donna L. Dittmann, Steven W. Cardiff, James D. Rising.
Caching and Recovery in Scrub Jays: Transfer of Sun-Compass Directions From Shaded to Sunny Areas. 1020-1023.
Russell P. Balda, Wolfgang Wiltschko.
A Problem in Statistical Analysis: Simultaneous Inference. 1023-1025.
Kathleen G. Beal, Harry J. Khamis.

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