The Wilson Journal of Ornithology, Vol 125, #3


There’s a truly wonderful paper beginning on page 526 . . .

The Wilson Journal of Ornithology
(formerly The Wilson Bulletin)

Volume 125, Number 3, September 2013

Major Articles

  • A new species of Brush-Finch (Arremon; Emberizidae) from western Mexico. Adolfo G. Navarro-Sigüenza, Martha A. García-Hernández, and A. Townsend Peterson. Page 443
  • Geographic variation in morphology of Dark-eyed Juncos and implications for population divergence. Elsie D. Ferree. Page 454
  • Morphometric measurements permit accurate sexing of three species of Mesoamerican ground-sparrow (Genus: Melozone). Luis Sandoval and Daniel J. Mennill. Page 471
  • Demographic comparison of Golden-winged Warbler (Vermivora chrysoptera) populations in northern and southern extremes of their breeding range. Lesley Bulluck, David Buehler, Rachel Vallender, and Raleigh J. Robertson. Page 479
  • Home range extension and overlapping of the Ornate Tinamou (Nothoprocta ornata) in an Andean agro-ecosystem. Alvaro Garitano-Zavala, Zulma Chura, Javier Cotín, Jacint Nadal, and Xavier Ferrer. Page 491
  • Winter habitat associations of four grassland sparrows in Florida dry prairie. Marianne G. Korosy, Joshua S. Reece, and Reed F. Noss. Page 502
  • The importance of antioxidants for avian fruit selection during autumn migration. Rebecca R. Alan, Scott R. McWilliams, and Kevin J. McGraw. Page 513
  • Food availability in exotic grasslands: a potential mechanism for depauperate breeding assemblages. Andrew D. George, Timothy J. O’Connell, Karen R. Hickman, and David M. Leslie Jr. Page 526
  • Nestling provisioning by Hairy and White-headed woodpeckers in managed ponderosa pine forests. Jeffrey M. Kozma and Andrew J. Kroll. Page 534
  • Context-dependence in seed removal by lekking and non-lekking frugivorous birds in Brazilian Atlantic forest. César Cestari and Marco Aurélio Pizo. Page 546
  • Use and characteristics of two singing modes in Pine Warblers. J. Jordon Price and Christopher L. Crawford. Page 552
  • Nest Predation in an anthropogenic landscape. Lyle E. Friesen, Garth Casbourn, Virgil Martin, and R. Jock Mackay. Page 562
  • Nest-site selection, nest survival, productivity, and survival of Spruce Grouse in Wisconsin. Nicholas M. Anich, Mike Worland, and Karl J. Martin. Page 570
  • Kelp Geese (Chloephaga hybrida) and Flightless Steamer-Ducks (Tachyeres pteneres) in the Beagle Channel: the importance of islands in providing nesting habitat. Marcela Liljesthröm, Adrián Schiavini, Ricardo A. Sáenz Samaniego, Laura Fasola, and Andrea Raya Rey. Page 583
  • Breeding biology and occurrence of bimodal breeding season in the Coal-crested Finch. Pedro Diniz, Desirée M. Ramos, and Norma Chemin. Page 592
  • Current distribution and abundance of the O’ahu ‘Elepaio (Chasiempis ibidis). Eric A. Vanderwerf, Michael R. Lohr, Andrew J. Titmus, Philip E. Taylor, and Matthew D. Burt. Page 600
  • First breeding records of Nonggang Babbler (Stachyris nonggangensis) in a limestone area in southern China. Aiwu Jiang, Fang Zhou, Yinghuang Wu, and Naifa Liu. Page 509
  • Frugivory by Toco Toucan (Ramphastos toco) at a mountain chain in the Brazilian cerrado. José Ragusa-Netto. Page 616

Short Communications

  • Rarely parasitized and unparasitized species mob and alarm call to cuckoos: implications for sparrowhawk mimicry by brood parasitic cuckoos. Bruce E. Lyon and Gregory S. Gilbert. Page 627
  • Using morphometric measurements to estimate age of nestling Red-shouldered Hawks in two eastern populations. Brenda L. Penak, Cheryl R. Dykstra, Sara J. Miller, and David M. Bird. Page 630
  • Recent sightings of Kirtland’s Warblers on San Salvador Island, The Bahamas. Todd M. Jones, Michael E. Akresh, and David I. King. Page 637
  • Documentation of Red-bellied Woodpecker predation of a Cerulean Warbler nestling. Sasha A. Auer, Kamal Islam, Kevin W. Barnes, and Jennifer A. Brown. Page 642
  • Responses of Common Tern chicks to feather sample removal. Brian G. Palestis and Michael D. Stanton. Page 646
  • Agonistic interactions in raptors of the Pampas region. Alejandro V. Baladrón and Matías G. Pretelli. Page 650
  • Winter diet of Long-eared Owl Asio otus in a Mediterranean fragmented farmland. Jacopo G. Cecere, Sara Bombino, and Andrea Santangeli. Page 655
  • The relationship of blue crab abundance to winter mortality of Whooping Cranes. Bruce H. Pugesek, Michael J. Baldwin, and Thomas Stehn. Page 658
  • Notes on the nesting behavior of the Half-collared Gnatwren (Microbates cinereiventris) in southeastern Peru. Jaime A. Garizábal and Gustavo A. Londoño. Page 661
  • Notes on reproductive biology of two species of cracids in northeastern Brazil. Guilherme Santos Toledo-Lima, Tonny Marques de Oliveira Jr., Phoeve Macario, Damião Valdenor de Oliveira, and Mauro Pichorim. Page 665
  • First description of the nest of the Hooded Berryeater, Carpornis cucullata. Giovanni Nachtigall Maurício. Page 669
  • Occurrence of hybrids between Momotus momota and Baryphthengus ruficapillus (Momotidae) in central Brazil. Rafael S. Marcondes, Luís Fábio Silveira, Deborah F. N. de Oliveira, and Gabriella Cardoso. Page 674
  • Ornithological Literature. Margaret A. Voss, Review Editor. Page 680
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