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Complex changes in climatic suitability for Cassin’s Sparrow (Peucaea cassinii) revealed by retrospective ecological niche modeling

Schnase, J. L., M. L. Carroll, P. M. Montesano, and V. A. Seamster. 2024. Complex changes in climatic suitability for Cassin’s Sparrow (Peucaea cassinii) revealed by retrospective ecological niche modeling. Journal of Field Ornithology 95(1):9.

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Complex changes in climatic suitability for Cassin’s Sparrow (Peucaea cassinii) revealed by retrospective ecological niche modeling

Schnase, J. L., M. L. Carroll, P. M. Montesano, and V. A. Seamster. 2024. Complex changes in climatic suitability for Cassin’s Sparrow (Peucaea cassinii) revealed by retrospective ecological niche modeling. Journal of Field Ornithology 95(1):9.

Contrasting migratory chronology and routes of Lesser Scaup: implications of different migration strategies in a broadly distributed species

Hall, L. A., C. J. Latty, J. M. Warren, J. Y. Takekawa, and S. E. W. De La Cruz. 2024. Contrasting migratory chronology and routes of Lesser Scaup: implications of different migration strategies in a broadly distributed species. Journal of Field Ornithology 95(1):8.

Considerations for radio-transmitter specifications on songbirds: color and antenna length matter too

Jones, T. M., N. W. Cooper, H. A. Haradon, A. R. Brunner, B. C. Dossman, M. P. Ward, T. Scott Sillett, and S. A. Kaiser. 2024. Considerations for radio-transmitter specifications on songbirds: color and antenna length matter too. Journal of Field Ornithology 95(1):7.

Which combination of release techniques and ages minimizes post-release dispersal during Oriental Stork reintroduction?

Kuwabara, R., Y. Ohsako, M. Funakoshi, and T. Deguchi. 2024. Which combination of release techniques and ages minimizes post-release dispersal during Oriental Stork reintroduction? Journal of Field Ornithology 95(1):6.

Utilizing artificial nesting platforms as a management tool: enhancing breeding productivity of Western Flycatchers (Empidonax difficilis occidentalis) in southwestern Colorado and southern Arizona, USA

van Riper, III, C., H. F. Greeney, A. J. Darrah, A. J. Boyce, D. F. van Riper, and C. B. Yackulic. 2024. Utilizing artificial nesting platforms as a management tool: enhancing breeding productivity of Western Flycatchers (Empidonax difficilis occidentalis) in southwestern Colorado and southern Arizona, USA. Journal of Field Ornithology 95(1):5.

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