Skip to main content

Journal of Raptor Research, Volume 39, Number 1 (2005)

Journal of Raptor Research
1 (March)


The Influence of Tide and Weather on Provisioning Rates of Chick-Rearing Bald Eagles in Vancouver Island, British Columbia. 1-10.
Kyle Hamish Elliott, Christopher E. Gill, John E. Elliott
First Complete Migration Cycles Forjuvenile Bald Eagles (Haliaeetus Leucocephalus) from Labrador. 11-18.
Dawn K. Laing, David M. Bird, Tony E. Chubbs
Investigating Fall Movements of Hatch-Year Flammulated Owls (Otus Flammeolus) in Central New Mexico Using Stable Hydrogen Isotopes. 19-25.
John P. Delong, Timothy D. Meehan, Ruth B. Smiths
Effects of Breeding Experience on Nest-Site Choice and the Reproductive Performance of Tawny Owls (Strix Aluco). 26-35.
Lajos Sasv
The Status of Diurnal Birds of Prey in Turkey. 36-54.
Levent Turan


Seasonal Diet of the Aplomado Falcon (Falco Femoralis) in an Agricultural Area of Araucania, Southern Chile. 55-60.
Ricardo A. Figueroa Rojas, Ema Soraya Corales Stappung
Mesostigmatic Mites (Acari: Mesostigmata) in White-Tailed Sea Eagle Nests (Haliaeetus Albicilla). 60-65.
Dariusz J. Gwiazdowicz, Jerzy Bloszyk, Tadeusz Mizera, Piotr Tryjanowski
Vertebrate Prey of the Barn Owl (Tyto Alba) in Subtropical Wetlands of Northeastern Argentina and Eastern Paraguay. 65-69.
Ulyses F. J. Pardinas, Pablo Teta, Sofia Heinonen Fortabat
Absence of the Eurasian Griffon (Gyps Fulvus) in Northern Morocco. 70-74.
Jose Rafael Garrido, Alvaro Camina, Mariangela Guinda, Maria Egea, Nourdine Mouati, Alfonso Godino, J. L. Paz De La Rocha
Artificial Nest Structure Use and Reproductive Success of Barn Owls in Northeastern Arkansas. 74-79.
Paul M. Radley, James C. Bednarz
Abundance and Diet of Alexander's Kestrel (Falco Tinnunculus Alexandri) on Boavista Island (Archipelago of Cape Verde). 80-83.
Diego Ontiveros
The Role of Thyroxine on the Production of Plumage in the American Kestrel (Falco Sparverius). 84-88.
Michael J. Quinn, Jr., John B. French, Jr., F. M. Anne Mcnabb, Mary Ann Ottinger
Observations of Nesting Gray-Headed Kites (Leptodon Cayanensis) in Southeastern Brazil. 89-92.
Eduardo Pio Mendes De Carvalho Filho, Gustavo Diniz Mendes De Carvalho, Carlos Eduardo Alencar Carvalho
Cooperative Nesting by a Trio of Booted Eagles (Hieraaetus Pennatus). 92-94.
Jose E. Martinez, Carlos Gonzalez, Jose F. Calvo
Timing and Abundance of Migrant Raptors on Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles. 94-97.
Vincent Nijman, Tineke G. Prins, J. H. (Hans) Reuter
The Relationship of Foraging Habitat to the Diet of Barn Owls (Tyto Alba) From Central Chile. 97-101.
Sabine Begall


Iverson (2004) on Spotted Owls and Barred Owls: Comments on Methods and Conclusion. 102-103.
Using a Portable, Anchor-Bolt Ladder to Access Rock-Nesting Osprey. 103-106.
Attempted Predation on a Large-Tailed Nightjar (Caprimulgus Macrurus) by an Eastern Marsh-Harrier (Circus Spilonotus) in Coastal Vietnam. 106-107.
Red-Tailed Hawk Depredates Mississippi Kite Nestling At Dawn. 108.
First Nesting of Cooper's Hawks (Accipiter Cooperii) in New York City Since 1955. 109.
Manuscript Referees. 110.

Attachment Size
Front Matter (PDF) (213.22 KB) 213.22 KB
Back Matter (PDF) (375.28 KB) 375.28 KB

Advanced Search