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Journal of Raptor Research, Volume 38, Number 3 (2004)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Journal of Raptor Research
Year: 
2004
Volume: 
38
Issue: 
3 (September)

CONTENTS

Modeling Raptor Migration Pathways Using a Fluid-Flow Analogy. 195-207.
David Brandes, Daniel W. Ombalski
Environmental Correlates of African Wood-Owl Calling Activity in Kibale National Park, Uganda. 208-213.
Nathaniel E. Seavy
Diets and Foraging Behavior of Northern Spotted Owls in Oregon. 214-230.
Eric D. Forsman, Robert G. Anthony, E. Charles Meslow, Cynthia J. Zabel
A Comparison of Barred and Spotted Owl Nest-Site Characteristics in the Eastern Cascade Mountains, Washington. 231-237.
Joseph B. Buchanan, Tracy L. Fleming, Larry L. Irwin
Productivity and Nest-Site Characteristics of Gray Hawks in Southern Arizona. 238-242.
Brent D. Bibles, R. William Mannan
Juvenile Grouse in the Diet of Some Raptors. 243-249.
Vitali Reif, Risto Tornberg, Kauko Huhtala
Variation in Mitochondrial DNA of Four Species of Migratory Raptors. 250-255.
Elise V. Pearlstine
Nesting Biology and Diet of the Madagascar Harrier (Circus Macrosceles) in Ambohitantely Special Reserve, Madagascar. 256-262.
Lily-Arison Rene De Roland, Jeanneney Rabearivony, Ignace Randriamanga, Russell Thorstrom
Breeding Biology of the Grey-Faced Buzzard (Butastur Indicus) in Northeastern China. 263-269.
Wen-Hong Deng, Wei Gao, Jiang Zhao

SHORT COMMUNICATIONS

Variable Retention Times for Rectrices at Different Loci in a Golden Eagle. 270-275.
David H. Ellis, Marc Kery
A Local Concentration of Snowy Owls on the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta in Summer 2000. 275-277.
Christopher M. Harwood, Brian J. Mccaffery, Fred J. Broerman, Paul A. Liedberg
Premigratory Communal Roosts of the Lesser Kestrel in the Boreal Summer. 278-282.
Pedro P. Olea, Ruben Vera, Angel De Frutos, Hugo Robles
Analysis of the Autumn Migration of Juvenile Honey-Buzzards (Pernis Apivorus) Across the Central Mediterranean. 283-286.
Nicolantonio Agostini, Charles Coleiro, Michele Panuccio

LETTERS

Do Eurasian Hobbies (Falco Subbuteo) Have "False Eyes" on the Nape?. 287-288.
 
Vulture Winter Roost Abandonment and Reestablishment. 288-289.
 
Commensal Foraging by a Red-Shouldered Hawk (Buteo Lineatus) with Wild Turkeys (Meleagris Gallopavo). 290.
 
Notes on a Range Expansion and Summer Diet of the Mountain Caracara in the Andes of South-Central Chile. 290-292.
 
An Example of Cooperative Hunting by Saker Falcons in Hungary. 292-293.
 
Book Review. 294.
 

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