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Editor's Choice: Waterbirds


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Jan 19 2016 06:42 AM | Ellen Paul in Editor's Choice: Waterbirds

In this edition of the Editor's Choice series, Stephanie Jones, Editor of Waterbirds, highlights an article from the December 2015 issue of Waterbirds (vol. 38, no. 4), titled Diversity, Abundance and Nesting Phenology of the Wading Birds of Bahía Kino, Sonora, México.

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Editor's Choice: Waterbirds

Dec 13 2015 09:30 AM | Ellen Paul in Editor's Choice: Waterbirds

Dippers are very cool birds, and the Rufous-throated Dipper may be the coolest of the dippers!

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Editor's Choice: Importance of survey timing on shorebird density estimates

Jan 12 2015 09:58 AM | Stephanie Jones in Editor's Choice: Waterbirds

Waterbirds editor Stephanie Jones highlights a paper describing the importance of survey timing on shorebird density estimates at East Bay, Nunavut, Canada

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Migration route and stopovers: Do we really know the patterns?

Jul 17 2014 01:24 PM | Stephanie Jones in Editor's Choice: Waterbirds

Migration route and stopovers: Do we really know the patterns? A recent paper in Waterbirds details information on migration, and maybe it is more idiosyncratic than we thought.

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Editor's Choice: Technology to identify seabird foraging sites

Jan 22 2014 02:20 PM | Stephanie Jones in Editor's Choice: Waterbirds

Waterbirds editor Stephanie Jones highlights a paper describing the use of tracking devices on seabirds to identify foraging areas.

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Editor's Choice: Waterbirds September 2013

Oct 24 2013 03:26 PM | Stephanie Jones in Editor's Choice: Waterbirds

The Waterbirds Editor Stephanie L. Jones offers her choice for must-read articles in the most recent issue of Waterbirds. In the September 2013 issue, she highlights the influence of wind turbines on inland shorebirds. In addition, the Waterbirds September issue documents recent advances in the understanding of long-distance migration using satellite and radio geolocators. Technological advances often spawn new discoveries, and this is certainly true of avian migration.

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Editor's Choice: Waterbirds papers on molt patterns and nomenclature in ducks

Aug 01 2013 10:02 AM | Stephanie Jones in Editor's Choice: Waterbirds

Waterbirds Editor Stephanie Jones summarizes an exchange about molt patterns and nomenclature in ducks, and how a clear understanding of molt terminology is critical to our increased understanding of molt strategies in birds. Full text articles are provided courtesy of the Waterbird Society!

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