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Raptor Research, Volume 16, Number 3 (1982)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Journal of Raptor Research
Year: 
1982
Volume: 
16
Issue: 
3 (Fall)

SCIENTIFIC PAPERS

Biology of Eleonora's Falcon (Falco eleonorae): 1. Individual and Social Defense Behavior. 65-70.
Dietrich Ristow, Coralie Wink, Michael Wink.
Nesting of the Greater Kestrel Falco rupicoloides in Zambia. 71-76.
Timothy O. Osborne, J. F. R. Colebrook-Robjent.
Age and Weight Estimation of Leporid Prey Remains from Raptor Nests. 77-79.
Neil D. Woffinden, Joseph R. Murphy.
Are Owls Regular?: An Analysis of Pellet Regurgitation Times of Snowy Owls in the Wild. 79-82.
Peter C. Boxall, M. Ross Lein.
Prey Concealment by American Kestrels. 83-88.
Keith L. Bildstein.
A Prairie Falcon Fledgling Intrudes at a Peregrine Falcon Eyrie and Pirates Prey. 89-91.
David H. Ellis, David L. Groat.
Observations on the Use of Rangle by the Peregrine Falcon (Falco peregrinus tundrius) Wintering in Southern Brasil. 91-92.
Jorge L. B. Albuquerque.

BOOK REVIEWS

Review: Hawks in Focus, by Jack and Lindsay Cupper. 92-93.
C.M. White

THESES AND DISSERTATIONS

Distribution of DDE Residues in Prey Species of California Peregrine Falcons. 94.
James Geoffrey Monk
Prairie Falcon Fledgling Productivity in the Mojave Desert, California. 94.
Douglas Boyce
Space and Habitat Utilization by Red-Shouldered Hawks (Buteo lineatus elegans) in Southern California. 95.
Michael D. McCrary
Multivariate Analyses of Weather and Fall Migration of Saw-Whet Owls at Duluth, Minnesota. 95-96.
D.L. Evans

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Proceedings of 1st International Symposium on Diseases of Birds of Prey now available. 82.
Chiron Publications
Raptor Research Back Issues Available. 96.
Gary Duke
Burrowing Owl Colormarking: Request for Information. 96.
Elizabeth A. Haug
Request for Information. 96.
Jim Parker

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