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The Condor, Volume 101, Number 2 (1999)

Publication Information


Irruptive Migration of Common Redpolls. 195-204.
Wesley M. Hochachka, Jeffrey V. Wells, Kenneth V. Rosenberg, Diane L. Tessaglia-Hymes, Andre A. Dhondt.
Migration Routes of Sooty Shearwaters in the Pacific Ocean. 205-218.
Larry B. Spear, David G. Ainley.
Fluctuating Populations of House Wrens and Bewick's Wrens in Foothills of the Western Sierra Nevada of California. 219- 229.
Jared Verner, Kathryn L. Purcell.
Fitness Components Associated with Laying Date in the Cliff Swallow. 230-245.
Charles R. Brown, Mary Bomberger Brown.
Foraging Ecology and Diet Selectivity of Tree Swallows Feeding Nestlings. 246-254.
John P. Mccarty, David W. Winkler.
Relative Effects of Plumage Coloration and Vegetation Density on Nest Success. 255-261.
Mark W. Miller.
Do Black-Throated Green Warblers Prefer Conifers? Meso-And Microhabitat Use in a Mixedwood Forest. 262-271.
Isabelle Robichaud, Marc-Andre Villard.
Distribution, Abundance, and Habitat Characteristics of the Buff-Breasted Flycatcher in Arizona. 272-281.
John A. Martin, Michael L. Morrison.
A Predictive Model of Wetland Habitat Use on Guam By Endangered Mariana Common Moorhens. 282-287.
Michael W. Ritter, Julie A. Savidge.
The Use of Mist-Net Capture Rates to Monitor Annual Variation in Abundance: A Validation Study. 288-298.
Mariabeth Silkey, Nadav Nur, Geoffrey R. Geupel.
Tits, Warblers, and Finches: Foliage-Gleaning Birds of Nearctic and Palearctic Boreal Forests. 299-310.
Russell Greenberg, Vladimir Pravosudov, John Sterling, Anna Kozlenko, Vitally Kontorshchikov.
Avian Communities of Mature Balsam Fir Forests in Newfoundland: Age-Dependence and Implications for Timber Harvesting. 311- 323.
Ian D. Thompson, Holly A. Hogan, William A. Montevecchi.
Nest Sites and Nesting Habitat of the Northern Spotted Owl in Northwestern California. 324-330.
William S. Lahaye, R. J. Gutierrez.
Productivity and Survival of Great Horned Owls Exposed to Dieldrin. 331-339.
Rosemary A. Frank, Scott Lutz.
Copulatory Behavior of Semi-Colonial Montagu's Harriers. 340-346.
Beatriz E. Arroyo.
Photoperiodic Responsiveness of Equatorial and Temperate-Zone Stonechats. 347-359.
Eberhard Gwinner, Alexander Scheuerlein.
Wing and Primary Growth of the Wandering Albatross. 360-368.
S. D. Berrow, N. Huin, R. Humpidge, A. W. A. Murray, P. A. Prince.
Factors Affecting Survival of Northern Pintail Ducklings in Alberta. 369-377.
Karla L. Guyn, Robert G. Clark.
Spatial Extent of Human-Intrusion Effects on Subalpine Bird Distributions. 378-389.
Kevin Gutzwiller, Stanley H. Anderson.
Book Reviews. 455-459.
Briefly Noted. 460.
Kimberly G. Smith.

Short Communications

Behavioral Correlates of Heart Rates of Free-Living Greater White-Fronted Geese. 390-395.
Craig R. Ely, David H. Ward, Karen S. Bollinger.
Vocalizations of the Kittlitz's Murrelet. 395-398.
Thomas I. Van Pelt, John F. Piatt.
Evidence of Male-Bias in Capture Samples of Marbled Murrelets From Genetic Studies in British Columbia. 398-402.
Brett A. Vanderkist, Xiao-Hua Xue, Richard Griffiths, Kathy Martin, Wendy Beauchamp, Tony D. Williams.
Facilitation of Sap-Feeding Birds By the White-Fronted Woodpecker in the Monte Desert, Argentina. 402-407.
Pedro G. Blendinger.
Effects of Winter Weather on Horizontal and Vertical Use of Isolated Forest Fragments By Bark-Foraging Birds. 408- 412.
Andres S. Dolby, Thomas C. Grubb Jr.
Incubation Behavior of Spectacled Eiders on the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, Alaska. 413-416.
Paul L. Flint, Barry Grand.
Incubation Behavior of Northern Shovelers in the Subarctic: A Contrast to the Prairies. 417-421.
Margaret C. Maccluskie, James S. Sedinger.
Time of Day of Ovulation By Three Duck Species in Subarctic Alaska. 422-425.
Daniel Esler.
Circadian Metabolic Responses to Food Deprivation in the Black-Shouldered Kite. 426-432.
Andrew E. Mckechnie, Barry G. Lovegrove.
Heat Production and Evaporative Water Loss of Dune Larks From the Namib Desert. 432-438.
Job W. Williams.
Molecular Systematics of the Rhinocryptid Genus Pteroptochos. 439-446.
R. Terry Chesser.
Phylogenetic Patterns in Montane Troglodytes Wrens. 446-451.
Nathan H. Rice, A. Townsend Peterson, Griselda Escalona- Segura.
Dispersal and Population Structure in the European Starling. 451-454.
Paul R. Cabe.
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