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The Auk, Volume 105, Number 2 (1988)

2 (April)


Genetic Variation in Sympatric Willow Flycatchers (Empidonax Traillii) and Alder Flycatchers (E. Alnorum). 235-243.
Gilles Seutin, Jean-Pierre Simon.
Temporal Variation in Prey Preference Patterns of Adult Ospreys. 244-251.
Thomas C. Edwards Jr.
Effects of Spacing and Synchrony on Breeding Success in the Great Frigatebird (Fregata Minor). 252-259.
Barry J. Reville.
Genetic Differentiation of Piping Plovers Across North America. 260-267.
Susan M. Haig, Lewis W. Oring.
Notes and News. 267-394.
Mate, Site, and Territory Fidelity in Piping Plovers. 268-277.
Susan M. Haig, Lewis W. Oring.
100 Years Ago in the Auk. 277.
Age Correlations Within Pairs of Breeding Birds. 278-285.
Walter V. Reid.
The Advantages Of, and Constraints Forcing, Mate Fidelity in Pinyon Jays. 286-295.
John M. Marzluff, Russell P. Balda.
Tropical Forest Bird Counts and the Effect of Sound Attenuation. 296-302.
Robert B. Waide, Peter M. Narins.
Honest Advertising, Sexual Selection, Courtship Displays, and Body Condition of Polygynous Male Harriers. 303-307.
Robert Simmons.
Initial Size Hierarchy in Broods of the Shag: Relative Significance of Egg Size and Hatching Asynchrony. 308-315.
Jogeir N. Stokland, Trond Amundsen.
Breeding Season Quality, Age, and the Effect of Experience on the Reproductive Success of the Ural Owl (Strix Uralensis). 316-324.
Hannu Pieti.
Nesting Success Is Higher For Polygynously Mated Females Than For Monogamously Mated Females in the Eastern Meadowlark. 325-329.
Richard W. Knapton.
Timing of Reproduction in Two Populations of Willow Ptarmigan in Northern Canada. 330-338.
Susan J. Hannon, Kathy Martin, Jim O. Schieck.
Reproductive Success and Colony-Site Tenacity in Caspian Terns. 339-344.
Francesca J. Cuthbert.
Observations of a Mixed-Species Flock of Birds Foraging on Euphausiids Near St. Matthew Island, Bering Sea. 345-349.
George L. Hunt Jr., Nancy M. Harrison, William M. Hamner, Bryan S. Obst.
Habitat Selection By Breeding American Redstarts in Response to a Dominant Competitor, the Least Flycatcher. 350-364.
Thomas W. Sherry, Richard T. Holmes.
In Memoriam: Herbert Friedmann. 365-368.
Stephen I. Rothstein, Ralph W. Schreiber, Thomas R. Howell.
In Memoriam: Fran. 368-369.
G. F. Mees.
In Memoriam: Robert S. Arbib Jr., 1915-1987. 369.
C. Stuart Houston.
Reviews. 399-405.
William Brewster Memorial Award, 1987. 406.
Jerram L. Brown.
Elliott Coues Award, 1987. 407.
John C. Wingfield.


Ornithology in Central and South America: Cause For Optimism?. 395-396.
David Cameron Duffy.
Learning to Live With Nature: A Commendable Philosophy With Practical Limitations. 396-397.
H. Blokpoel, G. D. Tessier.
Response to H. Blokpoel and G. D. Tessier. 398.
William E. Southern.

Short Communications

Why White-Winged Crossbills Do Not Defend Feeding Territories. 370-371.
Craig W. Benkman.
The Relationships Among Polygyny, Male Parental Care, and Female Breeding Success in the Indigo Bunting. 372-374.
David F. Westneat.
Seasonal Changes in Food Preferences of American Robins in Captivity. 374-378.
Nathaniel T. Wheelwright.
On the Danger of Using Dummy Nests to Study Predation. 378-379.
Tomas Willebrand, Vidar Marcstr.
Uterovaginal Sperm-Storage Glands in Sixteen Species With Comments on Morphological Differences. 379-384.
Gary W. Shugart.
Effects of Food-Handling Time on Scanning Rates Among American Goldfinches. 384-385.
James W. Popp.
Genetic Differentiation Between North American Kinglets and Comparisons With Three Allied Passerines. 386-390.
James L. Ingold, Lee A. Weigt, Sheldon I. Guttman.
Rediscovery of the Sooty Rail (Porzana Tabuensis) in American Samoa. 391.
John Engbring, Andrew Engilis Jr.
The Relationship Between Hylocichla and Catharus (Turdinae). 392-394.
Kevin Winker, John H. Rappole.
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