VOL. 115 · NO. 1 | February 2013
 
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COMMENTARIES
Laurent Demongin, Maud Poisbleau, Marcel Eens
The Condor 115 (1), 1-4, (1 February 2013) https://doi.org/10.1525/cond.2012.120026
KEYWORDS: incubation behavior, incubation period, onset of incubation, Spheniscus magellanicus
Ginger A. Rebstock, P. Dee Boersma
The Condor 115 (1), 5-7, (1 February 2013) https://doi.org/10.1525/cond.2012.120114
KEYWORDS: incubation period, onset of incubation, incubation costs, parental behavior.
RESEARCH PAPERS
Mariano Codesido, Carlos M. González-Fischer, David N. Bilenca
The Condor 115 (1), 8-16, (1 February 2013) https://doi.org/10.1525/cond.2012.120011
KEYWORDS: agroecosystem, grassland bird species, land use, matrix, Neotropical Region.
Christina R. Leopold, Steven C. Hess
The Condor 115 (1), 17-27, (1 February 2013) https://doi.org/10.1525/cond.2012.120022
KEYWORDS: Branta sandvicensis, Hawaiian Goose, multi-scale habitat selection, Nēnē, satellite telemetry.
Sarah A. Sonsthagen, Sandra L. Talbot, Robert E. Wilson, Margaret R. Petersen, Jeffrey C. Williams, G. Vernon Byrd, Kevin G. McCracken
The Condor 115 (1), 28-39, (1 February 2013) https://doi.org/10.1525/cond.2012.110054
KEYWORDS: ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, Common Eider, gene flow, genetic structure, Somateria mollissima
John P. Delong, Nancy S. Cox, Steve W. Cox, Zachary M. Hurst, Jeff P. Smith
The Condor 115 (1), 40-46, (1 February 2013) https://doi.org/10.1525/cond.2012.120016
KEYWORDS: Sharp-shinned Hawk, Accipiter striatus, predator—prey dynamics, migration strategy, optimal foraging, DNA barcoding, Coevolution
Ralph Buij, Kim Kortekaas, Roderick R. D. Van Krimpen, Rien Van Wijk, Saskia Van Der Zanden, Hans H. De Iongh, Ignas M. A. Heitkönig, Geert R. De Snoo, Jan Komdeur
The Condor 115 (1), 47-57, (1 February 2013) https://doi.org/10.1525/cond.2012.120049
KEYWORDS: habitat transformation, Butastur rufipennis, nest spacing, predation, reproduction, conservation
Mary E. Garvey, Erica Nol, David W. Howerter, Llwellyn M. Armstrong
The Condor 115 (1), 58-66, (1 February 2013) https://doi.org/10.1525/cond.2012.110146
KEYWORDS: habitat fragmentation, landscape, nesting success, prairie, Shorebirds, Upland Sandpiper, Willet
Brian E. Washburn, Glen E. Bernhardt, Lisa Kutschbach-Brohl, Richard B. Chipman, Laura C. Francoeur
The Condor 115 (1), 67-76, (1 February 2013) https://doi.org/10.1525/cond.2013.110185
KEYWORDS: Charadriiformes, dietary analysis, foraging, gulls, Larus, urban.
N. Adam Smith
The Condor 115 (1), 77-83, (1 February 2013) https://doi.org/10.1525/cond.2012.120066
KEYWORDS: Divisulcus demerei, fossil seabird, neomorph, paleoclimate, paleodiversity, systematics, wingpropelled divers.
Carlos A. Chávez-Zichinelli, Ian Macgregor-Fors, Javier Quesada, Patricia Talamás Rohana, Marta C. Romano, Ricardo Valdéz, Jorge E. Schondube
The Condor 115 (1), 84-92, (1 February 2013) https://doi.org/10.1525/cond.2013.110201
KEYWORDS: Corticosterone, immunoglobulin, ecophysiology, Canyon Towhee, Inca Dove, urban—agricultural matrixes, forest edges
M. Gabriela Núñez Montellano, Pedro G. Blendinger, Leandro Macchi
The Condor 115 (1), 93-101, (1 February 2013) https://doi.org/10.1525/cond.2012.110175
KEYWORDS: Chaco semiarid forests, foraging behavior, Melanerpes cactorum, resource defense, sap-feeding species, sucrose assimilation
Ian J. Ausprey, Amanda D. Rodewald
The Condor 115 (1), 102-114, (1 February 2013) https://doi.org/10.1525/cond.2013.110176
KEYWORDS: Acadian Flycatcher, dispersal, fledgling, invasive plants, natal range, northern cardinal, urbanization
Eileen M. Kirsch, Patricia J. Heglund, Brian R. Gray, Patrick Mckann
The Condor 115 (1), 115-130, (1 February 2013) https://doi.org/10.1525/cond.2012.110209
KEYWORDS: Floodplain forest, habitat use, neotropical migrant birds, spring migration, temperate-zone migrant birds, upland forest, Upper Mississippi River.
Juan I. Areta, Mark Pearman
The Condor 115 (1), 131-142, (1 February 2013) https://doi.org/10.1525/cond.2012.120039
KEYWORDS: allopatric distribution, Andes, Calchaquies Valley, Furnariidae, jelskii, pallida, playback experiments, saturata, validirostris, vocalizations
Steven L. Hilty, David Ascanio, Andrew Whittaker
The Condor 115 (1), 143-154, (1 February 2013) https://doi.org/10.1525/cond.2012.110212
KEYWORDS: Delta Amacuro Softtail, Floodplain forest, Furnariidae, new species, Thripophaga amacurensis, Venezuela.
Theresa L. Pope, Tara J. Conkling, Kathryn N. Smith, Melanie R. Colon, Michael L. Morrison, R. Neal Wilkins
The Condor 115 (1), 155-162, (1 February 2013) https://doi.org/10.1525/cond.2012.110141
KEYWORDS: behavior, Black-capped Vireo, nest-site characteristics, nest survival, Parental care, Skutch hypothesis, Vireo atricapilla
Jared D. Wolfe, Matthew D. Johnson, C. John Ralph
The Condor 115 (1), 163-167, (1 February 2013) https://doi.org/10.1525/cond.2012.120084
KEYWORDS: Costa Rica, migrant, survival, POPULATION GROWTH, mass, over-winter.
Carly N. Lapin, Matthew A. Etterson, Gerald J. Niemi
The Condor 115 (1), 168-117, (1 February 2013) https://doi.org/10.1525/cond.2013.110202
KEYWORDS: Akaike's Information Criterion, Connecticut Warbler, habitat selection, MODEL AVERAGING, Oporornis agilis
Petra E. Deane, Karen D. Mccoy, Raleigh J. Robertson, Tim P. Birt, Vicki L. Friesen
The Condor 115 (1), 178-185, (1 February 2013) https://doi.org/10.1525/cond.2013.120031
KEYWORDS: conservation genetics, dispersal, population-genetic structure, refugees from lost habitat, Setophaga cerulea
L. Lynnette Dornak, Narayani Barve, A. Townsend Peterson
The Condor 115 (1), 186-197, (1 February 2013) https://doi.org/10.1525/cond.2013.120055
KEYWORDS: Grasshopper Sparrow, Henslow's Sparrow, population, prevalence, Savannah Sparrow, nomadism, variation.
Nicole Krauss, Ken Yasukawa
The Condor 115 (1), 198-208, (1 February 2013) https://doi.org/10.1525/cond.2012.110144
KEYWORDS: Agelaius phoeniceus, Begging, condition, hunger, need, quality, Red-winged Blackbird
NEWS AND NOTES
AWARD ANNOUNCEMENTS
The Condor 115 (1), 210, (1 February 2013) https://doi.org/10.1525/cond.2013.115.1.210
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