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A surveillance camera reveals season-long nesting activities and behaviors at a nest of the Northern Black Swift (Cypseloides niger borealis)

Gunn, C. 2022. A surveillance camera reveals season-long nesting activities and behaviors at a nest of the Northern Black Swift (Cypseloides niger borealis). Journal of Field Ornithology 93(4):10.

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A surveillance camera reveals season-long nesting activities and behaviors at a nest of the Northern Black Swift (Cypseloides niger borealis)

Gunn, C. 2022. A surveillance camera reveals season-long nesting activities and behaviors at a nest of the Northern Black Swift (Cypseloides niger borealis). Journal of Field Ornithology 93(4):10.

Diurnal and nocturnal movements of Kori Bustards in the Serengeti ecosystem

Mmassy, E. C., P. S. Ranke, N. P. Lesio, C. R. Jackson, R. May, and E. Røskaft. 2022. Diurnal and nocturnal movements of Kori Bustards in the Serengeti ecosystem. Journal of Field Ornithology 93(4):9.

Louisiana Black-bellied Whistling-Duck clutch characteristics in the presence of conspecific and interspecific brood parasitism

Bakner, D. L., K. E. Miranda, and K. M. Ringelman. 2022. Louisiana Black-bellied Whistling-Duck clutch characteristics in the presence of conspecific and interspecific brood parasitism. Journal of Field Ornithology 93(4):8.

Nest predation risk influences the Varied Tit’s life history strategy in response to temperature and precipitation

Jiang, Y., F. Shang, X. Ma, and D. Wan. 2022. Nest predation risk influences the Varied Tit’s life history strategy in response to temperature and precipitation. Journal of Field Ornithology 93(4):7.

Application of stable isotopes to study movement ecology and diet variation in a migratory songbird

Contina, A., A. K. Pierce, S. W. Yanco, E. S. Bridge, J. F. Kelly, and M. B. Wunder. 2022. Application of stable isotopes to study movement ecology and diet variation in a migratory songbird. Journal of Field Ornithology 93(4):6.

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