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Reexamining Cooperative Hunting in Harris's Hawk (Parabuteo unicinctus): Large Prey or Challenging Habitats?
Jennifer O. Coulson, et al. (2013)
Tim R. Birkhead, et al. (2018)
Attitudes and Actions Toward Birds in Urban Areas: Human Cultural Differences Influence Bird Behavior
Barbara Clucas, et al. (2012)
Terry L. Shaffer, et al. (2004)
James D. Nichols, et al. (2000)
John R. Sauer, et al. (2011)
Jeffrey A. Hostetler, et al. (2015)
Jason Jones, et al. (2001)