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czasopismo "Journal of Raptor Research"


Czasopismo "The Journal of Raptor Research" publikuje oryginalne prace badawcze i artykuły przeglądowe dotyczące dziennych i nocnych ptaków drapieżnych.

Wydawca: The Raptor Research Foundation (RRF)
kontakt mailowy: journalofraptorresearch@juno.com


liczba publikacji o sowach: 130


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  1. DeLong J. P., Meehan T. D., Ruth B. S.
    INVESTIGATING FALL MOVEMENTS OF HATCH-YEAR FLAMMULATED OWLS "OTUS FLAMMEOLUS" IN CENTRAL NEW MEXICO USING STABLE HYDROGEN ISOTOPES. pdf
    2005. Journal of Raptor Research 39, 1: 19-25.

  2. Sasvári L., Hegyi Z.
    EFFECTS OF BREEDING EXPERIENCE ON NEST-SITE CHOICE AND THE REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE OF TAWNY OWLS "STRIX ALUCO" . pdf
    2005. Journal of Raptor Research 39, 1: 26-35.

  3. Pardiñas U. F. J., Teta P., Fortabat S. H.
    Vertebrate Prey of the Barn Owl "Tyto alba" in Subtropical Wetlands of Northeastern Argentina and Eastern Paraguay . pdf
    2005. Journal of Raptor Research 39, 1: 65-69.

  4. Radley P. M., Bednarz J. C.
    Artificial Nest Structure Use and Reproductive Success of Barn Owls in Northeastern Arkansas . pdf
    2005. Journal of Raptor Research 39, 1: 74-79.

  5. Begall S.
    The Relationship of Foraging Habitat to the Diet of Barn Owls "Tyto alba" from Central Chile . pdf
    2005. Journal of Raptor Research 39, 1: 97-101.

  6. Crozier M. L., Seamans M. E., Gutiérrez R. J.
    THE EFFECT OF BROADCASTING GREAT HORNED OWL VOCALIZATIONS ON SPOTTED OWL VOCAL RESPONSIVENESS . pdf
    2005. Journal of Raptor Research 39, 2: 111-118.

  7. Bennett J. R., Bloom P. H.
    HOME RANGE AND HABITAT USE BY GREAT HORNED OWLS "BUBO VIRGINIANUS" IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA . pdf
    2005. Journal of Raptor Research 39, 2: 119-126.

  8. Holschuh C. I., Otter K. A.
    USING VOCAL INDIVIDUALITY TO MONITOR QUEEN CHARLOTTE SAW-WHET OWLS "AEGOLIUS ACADICUS BROOKSI" . pdf
    2005. Journal of Raptor Research 39, 2: 4.

  9. Zuberogoitia I., Martinez J. A., Zabala J., Martinez J.E.
    Interspecific Aggression and Nest-site Competition in a European Owl Community . pdf
    2005. Journal of Raptor Research 39, 2: 156-159.

  10. Á. Klein, G. Horváth, A. Roulin, P. Putnoky, G. Hoffmann, R. Mátics, S. Varga, B. Upper
    PARTITIONING OF GENETIC "RAPD" VARIABILITY AMONG SEXES AND POPULATIONS OF THE BARN OWL "TYTO ALBA" IN EUROPE . pdf
    2005. Journal of Raptor Research 39, 2: 142-145.

  11. D. E. Udrizar Sauthier, A. Andrade, U. F. J. Pardiñas
    Predation of Small Mammals by Rufous-legged Owl, Barn Owl, and Magellanic Horned Owl in Argentinean Patagonia Forests . pdf
    2005. Journal of Raptor Research 39, 2: 163-166.

  12. E. D. Forsman, T. J. Kaminski, J. C. Lewis, K. J. Maurice, S. G. Sovern, C. Ferland, E. M. Glenn,
    HOME RANGE AND HABITAT USE OF NORTHERN SPOTTED OWLS ON THE OLYMPIC PENINSULA, WASHINGTON . pdf
    2005. Journal of Raptor Research 39, 4: 365-377.

  13. C. E. Moulton, R. S. Brady, J. R. Belthoff
    A COMPARISON OF BREEDING SEASON FOOD HABITS OF BURROWING OWLS NESTING IN AGRICULTURAL AND NONAGRICULTURAL HABITAT IN IDAHO. pdf
    2005. Journal of Raptor Research 39, 4: 429-438.

  14. A. M. García, F. Cervera, A. Rodríguez
    BAT PREDATION BY LONG-EARED OWLS IN MEDITERRANEAN AND TEMPERATE REGIONS OF SOUTHERN EUROPE. pdf
    2005. Journal of Raptor Research 39, 4: 445-453.

  15. J. Navarro, E. Mínguez, D.García, C. Villacorta, F. Botella, J. A. Sánchez-Zapata, M. Carrete, A. Giménez
    Differential Effectiveness of Playbacks for Little Owls "Athene noctua" Surveys Before and After Sunset. pdf
    2005. Journal of Raptor Research 39, 4: 454-457.

  16. G. G. Frye
    A Previously Undescribed Vocalization of the Northern Pygmy-Owl. pdf
    2005. Journal of Raptor Research 39, 4: 476-477.

  17. R. Tomá, C. Bloise, E. Korpimäki
    NEST-SITE SELECTION AND NESTING SUCCESS OF LITTLE OWLS "ATHENE NOCTUA" IN MEDITERRANEAN WOODLAND AND OPEN HABITATS. pdf
    2004. Journal of Raptor Research 38, 1: 35-46.

  18. Wayne F. Iverson
    Reproductive Success of Spotted Owls Sympatric With Barred Owls in Western Washington. pdf
    2004. Journal of Raptor Research 38, 1: 88-91.

  19. Nancy E. McIntyre
    Historical and Current Status of Breeding and Wintering Western Burrowing Owls "Athene cunicularia hypugaea" in Texas. pdf
    2004. Journal of Raptor Research 38, 1: 91-95.

  20. M. Sahores, A. Trejo
    Diet Shift of Barn Owls "Tyto alba" After Natural Fires in Patagonia, Argentina. pdf
    2004. Journal of Raptor Research 38, 2: 174-177.

  21. Lucas M. Leveau, Carlos M. Leveau, Ulyses F. J. Pardiñas
    Trophic Relationships Between White-Tailed Kites "Elanus leucurus" and Barn Owls "Tyto alba" in Southern Buenos Aires Province, Argentina. pdf
    2004. Journal of Raptor Research 38, 2: 178-181.

  22. Nathaniel E. Seavy
    ENVIRONMENTAL CORRELATES OF AFRICAN WOOD-OWL CALLING ACTIVITY IN KIBALE NATIONAL PARK, UGANDA. pdf
    2004. Journal of Raptor Research 38, 2: 208-213.

  23. Eric D. Forsman, Robert G. Anthony, E. Charles Meslow, Cynthia J. Zabel
    DIETS AND FORAGING BEHAVIOR OF NORTHERN SPOTTED OWLS IN OREGON. pdf
    2004. Journal of Raptor Research 38, 3: 214-230.

  24. Joseph B. Buchanan, Tracy L. Fleming, Larry L. Irwin
    A COMPARISON OF BARRED AND SPOTTED OWL NEST-SITE CHARACTERISTICS IN THE EASTERN CASCADE MOUNTAINS, WASHINGTON. pdf
    2004. Journal of Raptor Research 38, 3: 231-237.

  25. Christopher M. Harwood, Brian J. McCaffery, Fred J. Broerman, Paul A. Liedberg,
    A Local Concentration of Snowy Owls on the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta in Summer 2000 . pdf
    2004. Journal of Raptor Research 38, 3: 275-277.

  26. Yuan-Hsun Sun, Hsin-Ju Wu, Ying Wang
    TAWNY FISH-OWL PREDATION AT FISH FARMS IN TAIWAN. pdf
    2004. Journal of Raptor Research 38, 4: 326-333.

  27. Maria del mar Delgado, Vincenzo Penteriani
    Gender Determination of Eurasian Eagle-Owls "Bubo bubo" by Morphology. pdf
    2004. Journal of Raptor Research 38, 4: 375-377.

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    A Possible Case of Double Brooding of Eagle-Owls "Bubo bubo" in Spain . pdf
    2004. Journal of Raptor Research 38, 4: 378-379.

  29. Darren J.H. Sleep
    Insect Hawking Observed in the Long-Eared Owl "Asio otus" . pdf
    2004. Journal of Raptor Research 38, 4: 379-380.

  30. Al Vrezec
    BREEDING DENSITY AND ALTITUDINAL DISTRIBUTION OF THE URAL, TAWNY, AND BOREAL OWLS IN NORTH DINARIC ALPS "CENTRAL SLOVENIA". pdf
    2003. Journal of Raptor Research 37, 1: 55-62.

  31. Alan R. Giese T, Eric D. Forsman
    BREEDING SEASON HABITAT USE AND ECOLOGY OF MALE NORTHERN PYGMY-OWLS . pdf
    2003. Journal of Raptor Research 37, 2: 117-124.

  32. Aaron D. Flesch
    Perch-Site Selection and Spatial Use by Cactus Ferruginous Pygmy-Owls in South-Central Arizona. pdf
    2003. Journal of Raptor Research 37, 2: 151-157.

  33. Gregory J. Robertson, H. Grant Gilchrist
    Wintering Snowy Owls Feed on Sea Ducks in the Belcher Islands, Nunavut, Canada. pdf
    2003. Journal of Raptor Research 37, 2: 164-166.

  34. M. David Oleyar, Cari D. Marti, Markus Mika
    Vertebrate Prey in the Diet of Flammuiated Owls in Northern Utah. pdf
    2003. Journal of Raptor Research 37, 3: 244-246.

  35. J. Navarro, J. A. Sánchez-Zapata, M. Carrete, F. Botella, A. Gavrilov, S. Sklyarenko, J. A. Donazár, O. Ceballos, F. Hiraldo
    Diet of Three Sympatric Owls in Steppe Habitats of Eastern Kazakhstan . pdf
    2003. Journal of Raptor Research 37, 3: 256-258.

  36. Robert R. Pearson, Kent B. Livezey
    DISTRIBUTION, NUMBERS, AND SITE CHARACTERISTICS OF SPOTTED OWLS AND BARRED OWLS IN THE CASCADE MOUNTAINS OF WASHINGTON . pdf
    2003. Journal of Raptor Research 37, 4: 265-276.

  37. Trevor W. Fetz, Stewart W. Janes, Heidi Lauchstedt
    HABITAT CHARACTERISTICS OF GREAT GRAY OWL SITES IN THE SISKIYOU MOUNTAINS OF SOUTHWESTERN OREGON. pdf
    2003. Journal of Raptor Research 37, 4: .

  38. Brian A. Millsap
    SURVIVAL OF FLORIDA BURROWING OWLS ALONG AN URBAN-DEVELOPMENT GRADIENT. pdf
    2002. Journal of Raptor Research 36, 1: 3-10.

  39. Luigi Marchesi, Paolo Pedrini, Fabrizio Sergio
    BIASES ASSOCIATED WITH DIET STUDY METHODS IN THE EURASIAN EAGLE-OWL. pdf
    2002. Journal of Raptor Research 36, 1: 11-16.

  40. Lee A. Cromrich, Denver W. Holt, Shawne M. Leasure
    TROPHIC NICHE OF NORTH AMERICAN GREAT HORNED OWLS. pdf
    2002. Journal of Raptor Research 36, 1: 58-65.

  41. Natalie A. Fahler, Lester D. Flake
    Nesting of Long-eared Owls Along the Lower Big Lost River, Idaho: A Comparison of 1975-76 And 1996-97. pdf
    2002. Journal of Raptor Research 36, 1: 73-77.

  42. Julieta Vargas, Landaeta A. Carlos, Javier A. Simonetti
    Bats as Prey of Barn Owls "Tyto Alba" in a Tropical Savanna In Bolivia. pdf
    2002. Journal of Raptor Research 36, 2: 146-148.

  43. G. A. Proudfoot, S. L. Beasom, F. Chavez-Ramirez, J. L. Mays
    RESPONSE DISTANCE OF FERRUGINOUS PYGMY-OWLS TO BROADCASTED CONSPECIFIC CALLS. pdf
    2002. Journal of Raptor Research 36, 3: 170-175.

  44. J. E. Buhay, G. Ritchison
    HUNTING BEHAVIOR OF AND SPACE USE BY EASTERN SCREECH-OWLS DURING THE BREEDING SEASON. pdf
    2002. Journal of Raptor Research 36, 3: 194-199.

  45. J. Beheim, K. Eldegard, G. Bjørnstad, M. Isaksson, G. Sonerud, O. Heie, H. Klungland
    DNA Polymorphisms in Boreal Owls "Aegolius funereus". pdf
    2002. Journal of Raptor Research 36, 3: 218-219.

  46. L. Salvati, L. Ranazzi, A. Manganaro
    Habitat Preferences, Breeding Success, and Diet of the Barn Owl "Tyto alba" in Rome: Urban versus Rural Territories. pdf
    2002. Journal of Raptor Research 36, 3: 224-228.

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    Probable Breeding of Short-eared Owls in Southern West Virginia . pdf
    2002. Journal of Raptor Research 36, 3: 237-238.

  48. R. Cooke, R. Wallis, J. White
    USE OF VEGETATIVE STRUCTURE BY POWERFUL OWLS IN OUTER URBAN MELBOURNE, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA - IMPLICATIONS FOR MANAGEMENT. pdf
    2002. Journal of Raptor Research 36, 4: 294-299.

  49. J. C. Motta-Junior
    Diet of Breeding Tropical Screech-Owls "Otus choliba" in Southeastern Brazil . pdf
    2002. Journal of Raptor Research 36, 4: 332-334.

  50. J. E. Martínez, J. F. Calvo
    Diet and Breeding Success of Eagle Owl in Southeastern Spain: Effect of Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease. pdf
    2001. Journal of Raptor Research 35, 3: 259-262.




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