VOL. 34 · NO. 2 | June 2011
 
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Heidi K. Herring, Dale E. Gawlik
Waterbirds 34 (2), 133-142, (1 June 2011) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.034.0201
KEYWORDS: breeding, discrete-choice model, foraging, habitat selection, hydrology, Mycteria americana, wading bird, water management
Benoît Jobin, Pierre Fradette, Sandra Labrecque
Waterbirds 34 (2), 143-150, (1 June 2011) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.034.0202
KEYWORDS: cattail, Ixobrychus exilis, Least Bittern, marsh birds, Québec, Wetlands
Kate Ballantyne, Erica Nol
Waterbirds 34 (2), 151-159, (1 June 2011) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.034.0203
KEYWORDS: habitat selection, hatching success, Numenius phaeopus, sub-arctic, Whimbrel
Abigail J. Darrah, David G. Krementz
Waterbirds 34 (2), 160-167, (1 June 2011) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.034.0204
KEYWORDS: brood, habitat use, Illinois, King Rail, Missouri, nesting, Rallus elegans, survival
Christopher M. Somers, Jennifer L. Doucette, D. V. Chip Weseloh, Victoria A. Kjoss, R. Mark Brigham
Waterbirds 34 (2), 168-176, (1 June 2011) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.034.0205
KEYWORDS: American white pelican, Caspian tern, competition, Double-crested Cormorant, Herring Gull, nesting colonies, Ring-billed Gull
Tyler L. Lewis, Paul L. Flint, Dirk V. Derksen, Joel A. Schmutz
Waterbirds 34 (2), 177-185, (1 June 2011) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.034.0206
KEYWORDS: Alaska, Black Brant, Branta bernicla nigricans, flightless molt, habitat use, home range, movement rate, Teshekpuk Lake
Bruce E. Davis, Alan D. Afton, Robert R. Cox
Waterbirds 34 (2), 186-194, (1 June 2011) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.034.0207
KEYWORDS: Anas platyrhynchos, Arkansas, Louisiana, mallard, Mississippi Alluvial Valley, seasonal survival, radiotelemetry, winter
Dick Dekker, Irma Dekker, David Christie, Ronald Ydenberg
Waterbirds 34 (2), 195-201, (1 June 2011) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.034.0208
KEYWORDS: Bay of Fundy, Calidris alpina, migrant sandpipers, over-ocean flocking, Peregrine falcons
Ralph D. Morris, D. Vaughn Weseloh, Linda R. Wires, Cynthia Pekarik, Francesca J. Cuthbert, David J. Moore
Waterbirds 34 (2), 202-212, (1 June 2011) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.034.0209
KEYWORDS: breeding biology, census counts, Great Lakes, Larus delawarensis, population numbers, Ring-billed Gulls
M. Clay Green, Austin Hill, Jeff R. Troy, Zachary Holderby, Brock Geary
Waterbirds 34 (2), 213-217, (1 June 2011) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.034.0210
KEYWORDS: Bahamas, Caribbean, hurricanes, nesting, Reddish Egret, territoriality
Treena L. Ferguson, Brian J. Rude, D. Tommy King
Waterbirds 34 (2), 218-224, (1 June 2011) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.034.0211
KEYWORDS: American white pelican, carp, catfish, diet, metabolism, Pelecanus erythrorhynchos, preference
Benoît Jobin, Ron Bazin, Laurie Maynard, Angela McConnell, Jennifer Stewart
Waterbirds 34 (2), 225-233, (1 June 2011) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.034.0212
KEYWORDS: call-broadcast, detection probability, Ixobrychus exilis, Least Bittern, survey protocol
NOTES
Mohamed Ali Chokri, Slaheddine Selmi
Waterbirds 34 (2), 234-238, (1 June 2011) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.034.0213
KEYWORDS: colony size, Little Egret, reproductive success, Sfax salina, TUNISIA
Edgar Gustavo López-Saut, Felipe Chávez-Ramírez, Ricardo Rodríguez-Estrella
Waterbirds 34 (2), 239-246, (1 June 2011) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.034.0214
KEYWORDS: Chihuahuan Desert, desert wetlands, field crops, Mexico, Nuevo León, sandhill crane, San Luis Potosí, wintering distribution, waterbirds, Zacatecas
Wenzhen Fang, Qingxian Lin, Xiaolin Chen, Junhua Lin
Waterbirds 34 (2), 247-252, (1 June 2011) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.034.0215
KEYWORDS: Ardeidae, Chinese Egret, Egretta eulophotes, Food habit, threatened species
François Bolduc, André Desbiens
Waterbirds 34 (2), 253-257, (1 June 2011) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.034.0216
KEYWORDS: distance sampling, pelagic seabirds, trigonometry, observer-induced variation
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Erica Nol
Waterbirds 34 (2), 258-259, (1 June 2011) https://doi.org/10.1675/063.034.0217
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