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Editor's Choice: Breeding biology of Hawaiian birds and Uruguayan savanna avian assemblages

Jan 14 2015 02:48 PM | Phil Stouffer in Editor's Choice: The Condor

The editor of the The Condor: Ornithological Applications highlights two recent publications. The first explores the breeding biology of two endangered Hawaiian forest birds. The second describes the structure of avian assemblages in grasslands associated with agriculture in the Uruguayan savanna ecoregion.

Author: Philip Stouffer, Editor
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Endangered Marbled Murrelets build both tree and ground nests

Apr 09 2014 07:46 AM | Ellen Paul in Editor's Choice: The Condor

Waterfront or mountain view? Why do Marbled Murrelets choose to nest where they do? A recent paper by Blake A. Barbaree and coauthors is highlighted by the editor of The Condor: Ornithological Applications.

Author: Philip C Stouffer
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