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The Auk, Volume 101, Number 4 (1984)

4 (October)


Annual Variation in the Distribution, Abundance, and Habitat Response of the Palila (Loxioides Bailleui). 647-664.
J. Michael Scott, Stephen Mountainspring, Charles Van Riper, Iii, Cameron B. Kepler, James
Androgens and Mating Systems: Testosterone-Induced Polygyny in Normally Monogamous Birds. 665-671.
John C. Wingfield.
Effects of Plant Species and Foliage Structure on the Foraging Behavior of Forest Birds. 672-684.
Scott K. Robinson, Richard T. Holmes.
On the Adaptive Value of Intraclutch Egg-Size Variation in Birds. 685-697.
Tore Slagsvold, Jostein Sandvik, Gunnar Rofstad,.
Geographic Variation in Clutch Size in the Northern Flicker (Colaptes Auratus): Support For Ashmole's Hypothesis. 698-706.
Walter D. Koenig.
100 Years Ago in the Auk. 706.
Daily Energy Expenditure and Water-Turnover Rate of Adult European Starlings (Sturnus Vulgaris) During the Nesting Cycle. 707-716.
Robert E. Ricklefs, Joseph B. Williams.
Applications of Electrophoretic Data in Avian Systematics. 717-729.
Ronald H. Matson.
An Observer-Specific, Full-Season, Strip-Map Method For Censusing Songbird Communities. 730-740.
John T. Emlen.
Parental Care of Fledged Young, Division of Labor, and the Development of Foraging Techniques in the Northern Wheatear (Oenanthe Oenanthe L.). 741-752.
Juan Moreno.
Parental Care and Feeding Ecology of Golden Eagle Nestlings. 753-760.
Michael W. Collopy.
Partitioning of Food and Niche Characteristics of Coexisting Accipiter During Breeding. 761-779.
Richard T. Reynolds, E. Charles Meslow.
Notes and News. 779.
Factors Affecting Nest and Site Fidelity in Adirondack Barn Swallows (Hirundo Rustica). 780-789.
William M. Shields.
Estimation By Use of Field Weighings of Metabolic Rate and Food Conversion Efficiency in Albatross Chicks. 790-795.
C. Ricketts, P. A. Prince.
Comparative Assessment of Food Preferences and Aversions Acquired By Blackbirds Via Observational Learning. 796-803.
J. Russell Mason, Adam H. Arzt, Russell F. Reidinger.
Reproduction and Social Organization of the Black-Capped Donacobius (Donacobius Atricapillus) in Southeastern Peru. 804-811.
Richard A. Kiltie, John W. Fitzpatrick.
Maguari Stork Nesting: Juvenile Growth and Behavior. 812-823.
Betsy Trent Thomas.
The Effects of Adult Fecal Material on Egg Hatchability in Glaucous-Winged Gulls (Larus Glaucescens). 824-829.
Nicolaas A. M. Verbeek.
Changes in Nutrient Reserves and Organ Size of Female Ruddy Ducks Breeding in Manitoba. 830-837.
Michael W. Tome.
Breeding Chronology and Mating System of the Eurasian Dotterel (Charadrius Morinellus). 838-847.
John Atle K.
Factors Influencing Age-Related Reproductive Success in the Willow Ptarmigan. 848-854.
Susan J. Hannon, James N. M. Smith.
Clutch Initiation Dates, Clutch Size, and Egg Size of the American Oystercatcher in Virginia. 855-867.
Erica Nol, Allan J. Baker, Michael D. Cadman.
In Memoriam: A. Starker Leopold. 868-871.
Ralph J. Raitt.
Reviews. 897-920.
Index to Volume 101. 921-945.


Priorities in Ornithology: The Urgent Need For Tropical Research and Researchers. 892-893.
Lester L. Short.
How Long Is a Long-Term Study?. 893-894.
William A. Calder, Iii.
On Capitalization of Vernacular Names of Species. 895-896.
Eloise F. Potter.

Short Communications

Breeding of Darwin's Finches At an Unusually Early Age in an El Ni. 872-874.
H. Lisle Gibbs, Peter R. Grant, Jon Weiland.
Age-Dependent Variability in the Migratory Orientation of the Savannah Sparrow (Passerculus Sandwichensis). 875-880.
Frank R. Moore.
Algae on Jackass Penguins (Spheniscus Demersus). 880-882.
Bridget M. Randall, Rodney M. Randall.
Further Insights Into Nest-Site Competition Between Adelie and Chinstrap Penguins. 882-884.
Wayne Z. Trivelpiece, Susan G. Trivelpiece, Nicholas J. Volkman.
Utilization Efficiency of a Squid Diet By Adult King Penguins (Aptenodytes Patagonicus). 884-886.
N. J. Adams.
Egg Retrieval By Canada Geese: Apparent Interspecific Retrieval and Tests of Egg Displacement. 886-887.
David C. Duncan.
Molts and Plumages of Gadwalls in Winter. 887-889.
Stuart L. Paulus.
Interspecific Egg Dumping By a Great Egret and Black-Crowned Night Herons. 889-891.
Peter F. Cannell, Brian A. Harrington.
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