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Western Birds
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Western Birds solicits papers that contribute significantly to the scientific literature and that are useful and accessible to professional and amateur field ornithologists. The journal welcomes contributions from professional and amateur scientists alike. Appropriate topics include distribution, migration, status, identification, geographic variation, conservation, behavior, ecology, population dynamics, habitat requirements, the effects of pollution, and techniques for censusing, sound recording, and photographing birds in the field. Papers of general interest will be considered regardless of their geographic origin, but particularly desired are reports of studies done in or bearing on the Rocky Mountain and Pacific states and provinces, including Alaska and Hawai'i, western Texas, northwestern Mexico, and the northeastern Pacific Ocean.

Wydawca: Western Field Ornithologists
kontakt mailowy: kenable@hughes.net


liczba publikacji o sowach: 38


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  1. Avery J. D., Keller G. S.
    First Record of the Eastern Screech-Owl in New Mexico . djvu
    2006. Western Birds 37, 1: 53-54.

  2. Steger G. N., Werner L. R., Munton T. E.
    First Documented Record of the Barred Owl in the Southern Sierra Nevada. djvu
    2006. Western Birds 37, 2: 106-109.

  3. Chuck Preistley, Lisa Preistley
    Results of a Pilot Study Monitoring Northern Saw-Whet Owl Migration in Central Alberta, Canada. djvu
    2005. Western Birds 36, 4: -.

  4. Philip Unitt
    The Southern Limit in California of the Northern Pygmy-Owl. djvu
    2004. Western Birds 35, 3: 175-177.

  5. Mark E. Seamans, Jeffery Corcoran, Angela Rex
    Southernmost Record of a Spotted Owl x Barred Owl Hybrid in the Sierra Nevada. djvu
    2004. Western Birds 35, 3: -.

  6. Michelle L. Crozier, Mark E. Seamans, R. J. Gutiérrez
    Forest Owls Detected in the Central Sierra Nevada. djvu
    2003. Western Birds 34, 3: -.

  7. Peter Gaede
    Featured Photo: Diet and Feeding Activity at a Flammulated Owl Nest in Idaho. djvu
    2003. Western Birds 34, 3: -.

  8. Guthrie S. Zimmerman, William S. LaHaye, R. J. Gutiérrez
    Breeding-Season Home Ranges of Spotted Owls in the San Bernardino Mountains, California. djvu
    2001. Western Birds 32, 1: -.

  9. Spencer G. Sealy
    Further Data on Food Items of Northern Saw-Whet Owls (Aegolius Acadicus Brooksi) on the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia. djvu
    1999. Western Birds 30, 4: -.

  10. T.Leskiw, R.J. Gutiérrez
    Possible Predation of a Spotted Owl by a Barred Owl. djvu
    1998. Western Birds 29, 3: -.

  11. Spencer G. Sealy
    The Subspecies of the Northern Saw-Whet Owl on the Queen Charlotte Islands:: An Island Endemic and a Nonbreeding Visitant. djvu
    1998. Western Birds 29, 1: -.

  12. W. D. Shuford, S. D. Fitton
    Status of Owls in the Glass Mountain Region, Mono County, California. djvu
    1998. Western Birds 29, 1: -.

  13. William S. Lahaye
    Four Young Fledged by a Pair of California Spotted Owls. djvu
    1997. Western Birds 28, 2: -.

  14. R. A. Erickson, A. D. Barron, T. E. Wurster
    Northern Saw-Whet Owl in the Sierra San Pedro Mártir:: First Baja California Record. djvu
    1994. Western Birds 25, 1: -.

  15. R. D. Dorn, J. L. Dorn
    Further Data on Screech-Owl Distribution and Habitat Use in Wyoming. djvu
    1994. Western Birds 25, 1: -.

  16. S. Fitton
    Screech-Owl Distribution in Wyoming. djvu
    1993. Western Birds 24, 3: -.

  17. T. A. Schulz
    Two New Records of the Flammulated Owl (Otus Flammeolus) in the Sacramento Valley, California. djvu
    1991. Western Birds 22, 1: -.

  18. Paul L. Noble
    Distribution and Density of Owls at Monte Bello Open Space Preserve, Santa Clara County, California. djvu
    1990. Western Birds 21, 1: -.

  19. M. D. Halterman, S. A. Laymon, M. J. Whitfield
    Status and Distribution of the Elf Owl in California . djvu
    1989. Western Birds 20, 2: -.

  20. Cameron W. Barrows
    Diets of Five Species of Desert Owls. djvu
    1989. Western Birds 20, 1: -.

  21. D. H. Ellis, D. G. Smith, P. L. Wright
    Barred Owl Specimen Records for Montana. djvu
    1987. Western Birds 18, 4: -.

  22. S. West
    Great Horned Owl Predation on Cave Swallows. djvu
    1987. Western Birds 18, 2: -.

  23. Paul W. Collins, Charles Drost, Gary M. Fellers
    Migratory Status of Flammulated Owls in California, with Recent Records from the California Channel Islands. djvu
    1986. Western Birds 17, 1: -.

  24. Gary S. Miller, S. Kim Nelson, Will C. Wright
    Two-Year Old Female Spotted Owl Breeds Successfully . djvu
    1985. Western Birds 16, 2: -.

  25. Bruce Elliott
    Changes in Distribution of Owl Species Subsequent to Habitat Alteration by Fire. djvu
    1985. Western Birds 16, 1: -.

  26. Peter H. Bloom
    Notes on the Distribution and Biology of the Flammulated Owl in California. djvu
    1983. Western Birds 14, 1: -.

  27. Bruce G. Marcot, Randy Hill
    Flammulated Owls in Northwestern California. djvu
    1980. Western Birds 11, 3: -.

  28. Bruce G. Marcot, Jeffrey Gardetto
    Status of the Spotted Owl in Six Rivers National Forest, California. djvu
    1980. Western Birds 11, 2: -.

  29. Tex A. Sordahl, Debra A. Tirmenstein
    Possible Helper at a Long-Eared Owl Nest. djvu
    1980. Western Birds 11, 1: -.

  30. Merle L. Richmond, Lawrence R. DeWeese, Richard E. Pillmore
    Brief Observations on the Breeding Biology of the Flammulated Owl in Colorado. djvu
    1980. Western Birds 11, 1: -.

  31. Robert N. Hasenyager, Jordan C. Pederson, Albert W. Heggen
    Flammulated Owl Nesting in a Squirrel Box. djvu
    1979. Western Birds 10, 4: -.

  32. Cameron Barrows, Katherine Barrows
    Roost Characteristics and Behavioral Thermoregulation in the Spotted Owl. djvu
    1978. Western Birds 9, 1: -.

  33. Kenneth Kertell
    The Spotted Owl at Zion National Park, Utah. djvu
    1977. Western Birds 8, 4: -.

  34. Gordon I. Gould Jr.
    Distribution of the Spotted Owl in California. djvu
    1977. Western Birds 8, 4: -.

  35. Tom Segerstrom
    A September Record of the Boreal Owl in Montana. djvu
    1977. Western Birds 8, 3: -.

  36. Craig R. Kuchel, Robert A. Garrott
    Boreal Owl Sighting in Yellowstone National Park. djvu
    1975. Western Birds 6, 1: -.

  37. Timothy A. Reichard
    Barred Owl Sightings in Washington. djvu
    1974. Western Birds 5, 4: -.

  38. Jon Winter
    The Distribution of the Flammulated Owl in California. djvu
    1974. Western Birds 5, 2: -.




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