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Journal of Caribbean Ornithology Vol. 29 now online


Ellen Paul

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Volume 29 (2016) of the Journal of Caribbean Ornithology is now complete. All pdf's are available at: http://www.birdscaribbean.org/jco/index.php/jco/issue/current

 

Vol 29 (2016)
Inventario de las poblaciones de aves en San Vicente y las Granadinas; Hiram González Alonso, Alejandro Llanes Sosa, Eneider Pérez Mena. Pp. 1-8
 

Registros de nuevas especies de aves accidentales y exóticas en la isla de Margarita, Venezuela; Virginia Sanz, Elysa Silva, Gianco Angelozzi. Pp. 9-12

 

 
The status of the Eastern Phoebe (Sayornis phoebe) in Cuba; Kenneth G.D. Burrell, Lillian A. Knopf. Pp. 18-20.
 
 
Documentation of female song in a newly recognized species, the Puerto Rican Oriole (Icterus portoricensis); Susanna K. Campbell, Alcides L. Morales-Perez, John F. Malloy, Oliver C. Muellerklein, Jin A. Kim, Karan J. Odom, Kevin E. Omland. Pp. 28-36.
 
 
 
Vagrancy and colonization of St. Thomas and St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands, by Adelaide’s Warblers (Setophaga adelaidae); Richard R. Veit, Lucinda C. Zawadzki, Lisa L. Manne, Pearl Cales, Danielle Fibikar, Shannon Curley, Elizabeth Dluhos, Robert L. Norton. Pp. 47-50.
 
 

Beautiful Bahama Birds: Common Birds of the Bahama Islands, by Caroline Wardell, Lynn Gape, and Predensa Moore, 2014; Book Review by: Steven C. Latta. P. 51

 

Recent Ornithological Literature from the Caribbean: 2015. Steven C. Latta. Pp. 52-54.


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