Wilson Journal of Ornithology: table of contents for vol. 126, #2


The Wilson Journal of Ornithology
(formerly The Wilson Bulletin)
15594491-126.2.cover
Journal of the Wilson Ornithological Society

Volume 126, Number 2 CONTENTS
June 2014

Major Articles
179

The avian biogeography of an Amazonian headwater: the Upper Ucayali River, Peru
Michael G. Harvey, Glenn F. Seeholzer, Daniel Cáceres A., Benjamin M. Winger, Jose G. Tello, Flor Hernández Camacho, Miguel A. Aponte Justiniano, Caroline V. Duffie, Sheila Figueroa Ramiírez, Ryan S. Terrill, Clare E. Brown, Luis Alberto Alza León, Gustavo Bravo, Mariela Combe, Omar Custodio, Alessandra Quiñones Zumaeta, Abraham Urbay Tello, Willy Antonio Garcia Bravo, Aaron Z. Savit, Frans Willy Pezo Ruiz, William M. Mauck III, and Olivier Barden

192

150 years of changes in bird life in Cambridge, Massachusetts from 1860 to 2012
Michael W. Strohbach, Andrew Hrycyna, and Paige S. Warren

207

The historical distribution of Gunnison Sage-Grouse in Colorado
Clait E. Braun, Sara J. Oyler-McCance, Jennifer A. Nehring, Michelle L. Commons, Jessica R. Young, and Kim M. Potter

218

Phylogeography of the Gambel’s Quail (Callipepla gambelii) of western North America
Damon Williford, Randy W. Deyoung, Rodney L. Honeycutt, Leonard A. Brennan, Fidel Hernández, James R. Heffelfinger, and Louis A. Harveson

236

Range expansion and the breakdown of Bergmann’s Rule in Red-bellied Woodpeckers (Melanerpes carolinus)
Jeremy J. Kirchman and Kathryn J. Schneider

249

Exogenous testosterone in male Downy Woodpeckers leads to reduced calling behavior of both males and their female partners during the non-breeding period
James S. Kellam and Jeffrey R. Lucas

261

Testosterone production in non-breeding Northern Cardinals (Cardinalis cardinalis): is temperature influential?
Jodie M. Jawor, Jeffery D. Hooker and Richard Mohn

269

Singing seaside: Pacific Wrens (Troglodytes pacificus) change their songs in the presence of natural and anthropogenic noise
Danielle C. Gough, Daniel J. Mennill, and Erica Nol

279

Reproductive success and habitat characteristics of Golden-winged Warblers in high-elevation pasturelands
Kyle R. Aldinger and Petra Bohall Wood

288

Selection of forest canopy gaps by male Cerulean Warblers in West Virginia
Kelly A. Perkins and Petra Bohall Wood

298

Habitat requirements of the endangered Amami Thrush (Zoothera dauma major), endemic to Amami-Oshima Island, southwestern Japan
Taku Mizuta

305

Northern Saw-whet Owl: regional patterns for fall migration and demographics revealed by banding data
John L. Confer, L. Leann Kanda, and Ireyena Li

321
Distribution of color-morphs of the Eastern Screech-Owl in Iowa
Tex A. Sordahl

Short Communications
333

Snow Buntings sing individually distinctive songs and show inter-annual variation in song structure
Sarah Baldo, Daniel J. Mennill, Sarah Guindre-Parker, H. Grant Gilchrist and Oliver P. Love

338

Hybridization of a Lesser Black-backed Gull and Herring Gulls in eastern North America
Julie C. Ellis, Steven M. Bogdanowicz, Mary Caswell Stoddard, and L. William Clark

345

Testing for behavioral lateralization in observational data: a Monte Carlo approach applied to neck-looping in American Flamingos
Austin L. Hughes, Jonathan Cauthen, and Caroline Driscoll

352

Dispersal patterns suggest two breeding populations of Piping Plovers in eastern Canada
Diane L. Amirault-Langlais, Tara L. Imlay, and Andrew W. Boyne

359

Modeling Greater Roadrunners’ (Geococcyx californianus) habitat use in west Texas
Andrea E. Montalvo, Dean Ransom, Jr., and Roel R. Lopez

366

Light pollution allows the Northern Mockingbird (Mimus polyglottos) to feed nestlings after dark
Christine M. Stracey, Brady Wynn, and Scott K. Robinson

370

Provisioning behavior of male and female Indigo Buntings
Gary Ritchison and Kimberly P. Little

374

Factors influencing seed species selection by wild birds at feeders
Stacey M. Johansen, David J. Horn, and Travis E. Wilcoxen

381

Nesting of Laughing Falcons (Herpetotheres cachinnans) in the Pantanal, Brazil, with remarks on young plumage and nestling vocalization
Karlla V. C. Barbosa, Thiago Filadelfo, Monalyssa Camandaroba, Thiago V. V. Costa and Neiva M. R. Guedes

389

First nest record of Red-throated Caracara (Ibycter americanus) for Middle America
Ruth E. Bennett, Isidro Zuniga, Mark Bonta, David L. Anderson, Sean McCann, and Luis Herrera

393

Breeding biology of Squacco Herons (Ardeola ralloides) in northern Tunisia
Aymen Nefla, Wided Tlili, Ridha Ouni, and Saïd Nouira

401

Locating Alexander Wilson’s Bristol Township and the Milestown School
Albert Filemyr and Jeff Holt

406
Ornithological Literature
John R. Faaborg, Book Review Editor
413
The Life of Alexander Wilson
Edward J. Burtt

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