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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 32, Number 4, December 2001

Factors affecting nesting success of a bird assembly in the central Monte Desert, Argentina
pp. 287-296(10)
Authors: Mezquida, Eduardo T.; Marone, Luis

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Restoration of body mass in King Penguins after egg abandonment at a critical energy depletion stage: early vs late breeders
pp. 303-310(8)
Authors: Robin, Jean-Patrice; Fayolle, Christine; Decrock, Frédéric; Thil, Marie-Anne; Côté, Steeve D.; Bernard, Servane; Groscolas, René

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The growth bars on tail feathers in the male Styan's Grasshopper Warbler may indicate quality
pp. 319-325(7)
Authors: Takaki, Yoshihide; Eguchi, Kazuhiro; Nagata, Hisashi

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Extra-pair paternity among Great Tits Parus major following manipulation of male signals
pp. 338-344(7)
Authors: Otter, Ken A.; Stewart, Ian R. K.; McGregor, Peter K.; Terry, Andrew M. R.; Dabelsteen, Torben; Burke, Terry

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Switching to a feeding method that obstructs vision increases head-up vigilance in dabbling ducks
pp. 345-350(6)
Authors: Guillemain, Matthieu; Duncan, Patrick; Fritz, Herve

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Sex-dependent frequency and consequences of natural handicaps in American Kestrels
pp. 351-357(7)
Authors: Dawson, Russell D.; Bortolotti, Gary R.; Murza, Gillian L.

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The distribution of extra-pair young within and among broods – a technique to calculate deviations from randomness
pp. 358-363(6)
Authors: Neuhäuser, Markus; Forstmeier, Wolfgang; Bretz, Frank

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Feather mite loads influenced by salt exposure, age and reproductive stage in the Seychelles Warbler Acrocephalus sechellensis
pp. 364-369(6)
Authors: Dowling, Damian K.; Richardson, David S.; Blaakmeer, Karen; Komdeur, Jan

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Foraging trip duration increases for Humboldt Penguins tagged with recording devices
pp. 369-372(4)
Authors: Taylor, Sabrina S.; Leonard, Marty L.; Boness, Daryl J.; Majluf, Patricia

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On cognitive conservation biology: why chickadees leave a patch of woodland
pp. 372-376(5)
Authors: Grubb, Jr., Thomas C.; Bronson, C. L.

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