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Latest issue of Journal of Caribbean Ornithology (formerly El Pitirre)


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The Journal of Caribbean Ornithology (formerly El Pitirre) is the peer-reviewed publication of the Society for the Conservation and Study of Caribbean Birds.

 

Contents of the latest issue (Vol. 24, No. 2) of the Journal of Caribbean Ornithology (dated 2011). Requests for PDFs go to Steven C. Latta, PhD. sclatta.aviary **** gmail.com

  • Employment of Web-based Images and a Live Web Cam in the Examination of Lateral Neck-resting Preferences in the American Flamingo (Phoenicopterus ruber). Matthew J. Anderson, Jennifer L. Urbine, Crosby Wilson, and Lorraine Calabro. Pp. 41-47.
  • The American Oystercatcher (Haematopus palliatus) in the Northern Bahamas. James A. Kushlan, Catherine Hickey, and Anthony W. White. Pp. 48-55.
  • Estado de dos Comunidades de Aves Acuáticas que Habitan en Humedales Asociados a la Bahía de La Habana, Cuba. Alieny Gonzalez y Ariam Jiménez. Pp. 56-66.
  • Adiciones a la Avifauna de Cayo Largo, Archipiélago de los Canarreos, Cuba. Barbara Sanchez, Francois Shaffer, y Pedro Blanco. Pp. 67-70.
  • Permanencia Invernal y Primer Registro de Nidificación de la Avoceta (Recurvirostra americana) en Cuba. Omar Labrada y Pedro Blanco. Pp. 71-73.
  • First Record of Large-billed Tern (Phaetusa simplex) for Grenada and the Lesser Antilles. Anthony White and Anthony Jeremiah. Pp. 74-76.

Book Reviews

  • Puerto Rico’s Birds in Photographs. Floyd E. Hayes. P. 77.
  • A Photographic Guide to the Birds of Jamaica. Floyd E. Hayes. P. 78.
  • Recent Ornithological Literature from the Caribbean. Steven C. Latta. Pp. 79-80.

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