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Journal of Raptor Research, Volume 31, Number 1 (1997)

Journal of Raptor Research
1 (March)

Peregrine Falcon Recovery Along the West Central Coast of the Baja California Peninsula, Mexico. 1-6.
Aradit Castellanos, Fernando Jaramillo, Federico Salinas, Alfredo Ortega-Rubio, Cerafina Arguelles
Winter Bald Eagle Distribution Is Inversely Correlated with Human Activityalong the Colorado River, Arizona. 7-10.
Bryan T. Brown, Lawrence E. Stevens
Population Status of the Endangered Hawaiian Hawk. 11-15.
Linnea S. Hall, Michael L. Morrison, Peter H. Bloom
Nest-Site Selection by Four Sympatric Forest Raptors in Southern Norway. 16-25.
Vidar SelÅS
Distribution and Species Richness of a Forest Raptor Community in Relation to Urbanization. 26-33.
Thomas Bosakowski, Dwight G. Smith
Does Vegetation Structure Limit the Distribution of Northern Goshawks in the Oregon Coast Ranges?. 34-39.
Stephen Destefano, Jon Mccloskey
Food Habits of the Lanner Falcon (Falco Biarmicus Feldeggii) in Central Italy. 40-43.
Federico Morimando, Francesco Pezzo, Alessandro Draghi
Nesting Distribution and Population Status of U. S. Ospreys 1994. 44-53.
Lawrence M. Houghton, Larry M. Rymon
The Delaware Bayshore of Newjersey: a Raptor Migration and Wintering Site of Hemispheric Significance. 54-58.
Clay Sutton, Paul Kerlinger
Food Habits of Common Barn-Owls Along an Elevational Gradient in Andean Argentine Patagonia. 59-64.
Alejandro Travaini, Jos
Indicators of Male Qualityin the Hoots of Tawny Owls (Strix Aluco). 65-70.
Bridget M. Appleby, Stephen M. Redpath
Role of Refuse As Food for Migrant, Floater and Breeding Black Kites (Milvus Migrans). 71-76.
Guillermo Blanco
Nesting-Tree Preference and Nesting Success of Japanese Lesser Sparrowhawks in Japan. 86-88.
Mutsuyuki Ueta
Book Review. 90.
Manuscript Referees. 91.
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