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Journal of Raptor Research, Volume 26, Number 3 (1992)

Journal of Raptor Research
3 (September)



Preface. 106-107.


Fidelity to Nesting Territory Among European Sparrowhawks in Three Areas. 108-114.
I. Newton, I. Wyllie.
Causes and Consequences of Reversed Sexual Size Dimorphism in Raptors: the Head Start Hypothesis. 115-123.
Keith L. Bildstein.
Molt of Flight Feathers in Ferruginous and Swainson's Hawks. 124-135.
Josef K. Schmutz.
Behavior of Migrating Raptors: Differences Between Spring and Fall. 136-145.
Helmut C. Mueller, Daniel D. Berger.
Raptor Predation on Rock Ptarmigan (Lagopus Mutus) in the Central Canadian Arctic. 146-151.
Richard C. Cotter, David A. Boag, Christopher C. Shank.
The Effect of Man-Made Platforms on Osprey Reproduction at Loon Lake, Saskatchewan. 152-158.
C. Stuart Houston, Frank Scott.
A 24-Year Study of Bald Eagles on Besnard Lake, Saskatchewan. 159-166.
Jon M. Gerrard, Pauline N. Gerrard, P. Naomi Gerrard, Gary R. Bortolotti, Elston H. Dzus.
The Dho-Gaza with Great Horned Owl Lure: an Analysis of Its Effectiveness in Capturing Raptors. 167-178.
Peter H. Bloom, Judith L. Henckel, Edmund H. Henckel, Josef K. Schmutz, Brian Woodbridge, James R. Bryan, Richard L. Anderson, Phillip J. Detrich, Thomas L. Maechtle, James O. Mckinley, Michael D. Mccrary, Kimberly Titus, Philip F. Schempf.
Conservation Biology and the Evolution of a Land Ethic. 179-183.
Dale E. Gawlik.
Raptor Conservation in Veracruz, Mexico. 184-188.
Juan Esteban Martinez-Gomez.


Eye Color of Cooper's Hawks Breeding in Wisconsin. 189-191.
Robert N. Rosenfield, John Bielefeldt, Kenneth R. Nolte.
The Influence of Gender and Hatching Order on Growth in Hen Harriers (Circus Cyaneus Cyaneus). 192-194.
William G. Scharf.


American Kestrels (Falco Sparverius) Adopt and Fledge European Starlings (Sturnus Vulgans). 195.
Northward Migration of an Adult Northern Harrier (Circus Cyaneus). 196.
On the Etymology of the Name Bal-Chatri. 196-197.
"Gabbooning" in Plainfield. 197-198.
Why Are You Really Here?. 198-199.
Dear Fran. 199-200.
The Hamerstroms, a Memoir. 200-201.
A Kestrel to the Sky. 201-206.
Hamerstrom Science from a "Gabboon's" Point of View. 206-210.


Behavior and Ecology of Post-Fledging American Kestrels. 211.
Resource Partitioning Between Two Sympatric Goshawks in the Australian Wet Tropics. 211-212.

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