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The Condor, Volume 94, Number 3 (1992)

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Digestive Efficiency and Rate of Food Passage in Oilbird Nestlings. 557-571.
Carlos Bosque, Orenella De Parra.
Giant Cowbird Eggs in the Nests of Two Icterid Hosts: the Use of Morphology and Electrophoretic Variants to Identify Individuals and Species. 572-578.
Robert C. Fleischer, Neal G. Smith.
Egg-Eating By Female Brown-Headed Cowbirds. 579-584.
David M. Scott, Patrick J. Weatherhead, C. Davison Ankney.
Fecundity and Egg-Laying Patterns of Captive Yearling Brown-Headed Cowbirds. 585-589.
Nadine H. Jackson, Daniel D. Roby.
The Frequency of Conspecific Brood Parasitism and the Pattern of Laying Determinancy in Yellow-Headed Blackbirds. 590- 597.
Bruce E. Lyon, Linda D. Hamilton, Michael Magrath.
Intracolony Variability During Periods of Poor Reproductive Performance at a Glaucous-Winged Gull Colony. 598- 607.
Edward C. Murphy, A. Anne Hoover-Miller, Robert H. Day, Karen L. Oakley.
The Status of North American Migrants in Central Amazonian Brazil. 608-621.
Douglas F. Stotz, R. O. Bierregaard, Mario Cohn-Haft, Peter Petermann, Jan Smith, Andrew Whittaker, Summer V. Wilson.
The Influence of Spring Snow Depth on White-Tailed Ptarmigan Breeding Success in the Sierra Nevada. 622-627.
Jennifer A. Clarke, Richard E. Johnson.
Population Dynamics of the New Zealand Whitehead (Pachycephalidae) -- a Communal Breeder. 628-635.
B. J. Gill, Ian G. Mclean.
Annual Variation in Return Rate, Mate and Nest-Site Fidelity in Breeding Gentoo and Macaroni Penguins. 636-645.
T. D. Williams, S. Rodwell.
The Breeding Biology of an Endangered Hawaiian Honeycreeper, the Laysan Finch. 646-667.
Marie P. Morin.
Morphometric Comparison of Skeletons of the Western Grebe Complex Aechmophorus of the United States and Canada. 668- 679.
Bradley C. Livezey, Robert W. Storer.
Song Characteristics and Variation in a Population of Bananaquits on Puerto Rico. 680-691.
Joseph M. Wunderle, Jr., Rafael A. Cortes, William Carromero.
Kleptoparasitic Behavior of the Magnificent Frigatebird: Sex Bias and Success. 692-698.
J. L. Osorno, R. Torres, C. Macias Garcia.
Roosts of Northern Saw-Whet Owls in Southern Wisconsin. 699-706.
Scott R. Swengel, Ann B. Swengel.
Diet of Northern Saw-Whet Owls in Southern Wisconsin. 707-711.
Scott R. Swengel, Ann B. Swengel.
Differential Responses of Tropical Roseate Terns to Aerial Intruders Throughout the Nesting Cycle. 712-719.
David A. Shealer, Joanna Burger.
Describing Willow Flycatcher Habitats: Scale Perspectives and Gender Differences. 720-733.
James A. Sedgwick, Fritz L. Knoff.
An Experimental Study of Nest-Site Selection By Yellow Warblers. 734-742.
Fritz L. Knopf, James A. Sedgwick.
Hunting Ranges and Habitat Use and Selection of Urban-Breeding Merlins. 743-749.
Navjot S. Sodhi, Lynn W. Oliphant.
Male Incubation in Barn Swallows: the Influence of Nest Temperature and Sexual Selection. 750-759.
Henrik G. Smith, Robert Montgomerie.
The Phylogenetic Relationship of the Margarornis Assemblage (Furnariidae). 760-766.
David Wyss Rudge, Robert J. Raikow.
Wilson's Phalarope Nest Success Is Not Influenced By Vegetation Concealment. 767-772.
Mark A. Colwell.
Book Reviews. 796-800.
Raymond Pierotti.
News and Notes. 800.

Short Communications

Urban-Nesting of Swainson's Hawks in Saskatchewan. 773-774.
Paul C. James.
Nest Dispersion in the Red-Winged Blackbird. 775-777.
Ken Yasukawa, Rebecca A. Boley, Judy L. Mcclure, Juliann Zanocco.
Nesting Failure of the Wood Stork in a Neotropical Wetland. 777-781.
Cristina Ramo, Benjamin Busto.
Relative Frequency Parameters and Song Recognition in Black-Capped Chickadees. 782-785.
S. A. Shackleton, L. Ratcliffe, D. M. Weary.
Songs of Two Mexican Populations of the Western Flycatcher Empidonax Difficilis Complex. 785-787.
Steve N. G. Howell, Richard J. Cannings.
The Influence of Group Size on Vigilance in Captive-Raised Ring-Necked Pheasants. 787-790.
Barry N. Milligan, R. Mark Brigham.
Age of First Pairing and Breeding Among Greenland White-Fronted Geese. 791-793.
Stephanie M. Warren, A. D. Fox, Alyn Walsh, Paddy O'Sullivan.
Utility of Wing Length, Tail Length and Tail Barring in Determining the Sex of Barred Owls Collected in Michigan and Minnesota. 794-795.
Thomas W. Carpenter.
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