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Journal of Raptor Research, Volume 32, Number 3 (1998)

Journal of Raptor Research
3 (September)



Breeding Distribution and Nest-Site Habitat of Northern Goshawks in Wisconsin. 189-194.
Robert N. Rosenfield, John Bielefeldt, Dale R. Trexel, Thomas C. J. Doolittle.
Solitary and Social Hunting in Pale Chanting Goshawk (Melierax Canorus) Families: Why use Both Strategies?. 195-201.
Gerard Malan.
Forest Management Effects on Nesting Habitat Selected by Eurasian Black Vultures (Aegypius Monachus) in Central Spain. 202-207.
Juan A. Fargallo, Guillermo Blanco, Eduardo Soto-Largo.
Selection of Settlement Areas Byjuvenile Bonelli's Eagle in Catalonia. 208-214.
Santi Manosa, Joan Real, Jordi Codina.
Winter Foraging Ecology of Bald Eagles on a Regulated River in Southwest Idaho. 215-220.
Gregory S. Kaltenecker, Karen Steenhof, Marc J. Becfiard, James C. Munger.
Urban, Suburban and Rural Red-Tailed Hawk Nesting Habitat and Populations in Southeast Wisconsin. 221-228.
William E. Stout, Raymond K. Anderson, Joseph M. Papp.
Highway Mortality of Barn Owls in Northeastern France. 229-232.
Sylvie Massemin, Thierry Zorn.
The Effect of Burrow Site use on the Reproductive Success of a Partially Migratory Population of Western Burrowing Owls (Speotyto Cunicularia Hypugaea). 233-240.
Eugene S. Botelho, Patricia C. Arrowood.
Breeding-Season Food Habits of Burrowing Owls (Athene Cunicularia) in Southwestern Dominican Republic. 241-245.
James W. Wiley.


Rates of Open-Field Foraging by the Mississippi Kite (Ictinia Mississippiensis). 246-247.
E. William Wischusen.
Evaluation of Neck-Mounted Radio Transmitters for use with Juvenile Ospreys. 247-250.
Lauren N. Gilson.
Organochlorines and Mercury in Peregrine Falcon Eggs from Western North Carolina. 251-254.
Tom Augspurger, Allen Boynton.
Importance of Birds and Potential Bias in Food Habit Studies of Montagu's Harriers (Circus Pygargus) in Southeastern Spain. 254-256.
Jose A. Sanchez-Zapata, Jose F. Calvo.
Prey Brought to Red-Shouldered Hawk Nests in the Georgia Piedmont. 257-260.
Doug L. Howell, Brian R. Chapman.
Peregrine Falcons (Falco Peregrinus) Nest in a Quarry and on Highway Cutbanks in Alaska. 261-264.
Robert J. Ritchie, Terry J. Doyle, John M. Wright.
Lice (Phthiraptera: Amblycera, Ischnocera) of Raptors in Hungarian Zoos and Rehabilitation Centers. 264-266.
Szabolcs Solt.


Evidence of Spotted Kestrel (Falco Moluccensis) Nesting in the Roofs of Sumba's Traditional Houses. 267.
Caribou Antlers as Nest Materials for Golden Eagles in Northwestern Alaska. 268.

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