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Journal of Raptor Research, Volume 23, Number 4 (1989)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Journal of Raptor Research
Year: 
1989
Volume: 
23
Issue: 
4 (Winter)


CONTENTS


SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES

The Breeding Biology of Broad-Winged and Red-Shouldered Hawks in Western New York. 125-139.
Scott T. Crocoll, James W. Parker.
Environmental Contaminants in Blood of Western Bald Eagles. 140-146.
Stanley N. Wiemeyer, Richard W. Frenzel, Robert G. Anthony, B. Riley Mcclelland, Richard L. Knight.
Hazards to Raptors from Strychnine Poisoned Ground Squirrels. 147-151.
Josef K. Schmutz, Karrie A. Rose, Robert G. Johnson.
Surveys for Wintering Birds of Prey in Southeastern Colorado: 1983-1988. 152-156.
David E. Andersen, Orrin J. Rongstad.
Food Habits of Nesting Prairie Falcons in Campbell County, Wyoming. 162-166.
John R. Squires, Stanley H. Anderson, Robert Oakleaf.
Observations on the Evening Departure and Activity of Wintering Short-Eared Owls in New Jersey. 162-166.
Thomas Bosakowski.
Sexual Differences in Timing of American Kestrel Migration at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, Pa. 167-171.
Nancy G. Stotz, Laurie J. Goodrich.
The use of Line Transects to Evaluate the Abundance of Diurnal Mammalian Prey. 172-175.
Joan L. Morrison, Patricia L. Kennedy.
Use of Explosives to Enhance a Peregrine Falcon Eyrie. 176-178.
Joel E. Pagel.

SHORT COMMUNICATIONS

Range Extension of the Barred Owl in Western Washington and First Breeding Record on the Olympic Peninsula. 179-180.
Devora Ukrain Sharp.
Peregrine Falcon Takes Black-Bellied Plover from Sea Off Kenya. 181-182.
Jennifer F. M. Horne, Lester Short.
Northern Harrier (Circus Cyaneus) Predation of Lesser Prairie-Chicken (Tympanuchus Pallidicinctus). 182-183.
David A. Haukos, Gerald S. Broda.
An Instance of Carrion-Feeding by the Peregrine Falcon (Falco Peregrinus). 184.
Dan C. Holland.

THESIS ABSTRACTS

Characteristics of Breeding Habitat for Peregrine Falcons on the Colorado Plateau. 185.
 
Reversed Size Dimorphism, Determinants of Intraspecific Dominance, and Habitat use by American Kestrels (Falco Sparvenus) Wintering in South Carolina. 185.
 
Raptors of El Imposible Forest, El Salvador, C.A.. 185.
 

NEWS AND REVIEWS

News and Reviews. 186-187.
 

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