VOL. 106 · NO. 1 | February 2004
 
The Condor
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SPECIAL SECTION: CAVITY NESTERS AND KEYSTONE PROCESSES
James C. Bednarz, Dana Ripper, Paul M. Radley
The Condor 106 (1), 1-4, (1 February 2004) https://doi.org/10.1650/7481
No abstract available
Kathy Martin, Kathryn E. H. Aitken, Karen L. Wiebe
The Condor 106 (1), 5-19, (1 February 2004) https://doi.org/10.1650/7482
KEYWORDS: cavity-nesting vertebrates, community structure, keystone excavators, natural cavities, niche breadth, tree decay class
Victoria A. Saab, Jonathan Dudley, William L. Thompson
The Condor 106 (1), 20-36, (1 February 2004) https://doi.org/10.1650/7485
KEYWORDS: burned forests, cavity-nesting birds, Lewis's woodpecker, Melanerpes lewis, nesting habitat, Picoides, Pinus ponderosa
Jerome A. Jackson, Bette J. S. Jackson
The Condor 106 (1), 37-49, (1 February 2004) https://doi.org/10.1650/7483
KEYWORDS: cavity, Fungi, nest-site correlates, nest-site selection
Kerry L. Farris, Martin J. Huss, Steve Zack
The Condor 106 (1), 50-59, (1 February 2004) https://doi.org/10.1650/7484
KEYWORDS: cavity nesters, Fungi, Picoides, Pinus ponderosa, sapwood, snags, woodpeckers
FEATURE ARTICLES
R. I. Guy Morrison, R. Kenyon Ross, Lawrence J. Niles
The Condor 106 (1), 60-70, (1 February 2004) https://doi.org/10.1650/7372
KEYWORDS: conservation, declines, population, Red knot, Shorebirds
Ian L. Jones, Julie C. Hagelin, Heather L. Major, L. E L. Rasmussen
The Condor 106 (1), 71-78, (1 February 2004) https://doi.org/10.1650/7363
KEYWORDS: Aethia cristatella, Alcidae, chemical communication, crested auklet, plumage odor, sexual selection, social signal
Margaret R. Petersen, David C. Douglas
The Condor 106 (1), 79-94, (1 February 2004) https://doi.org/10.1650/7292
KEYWORDS: Bering Sea, ice concentration, population variability, remote sensing, Spectacled Eider, weather, winter
Sabine Tebbich, Michael Taborsky, Birgit Fessl, Michael Dvorak, Hans Winkler
The Condor 106 (1), 95-105, (1 February 2004) https://doi.org/10.1650/7293
KEYWORDS: Cactospiza pallida, Camarhynchus parvulus, Camarhynchus psittacula, Certhidae olivacea, Darwin's finches, feeding behavior, Galápagos Islands
Helen K. Yard, Charles Van Riper, Bryan T. Brown, Michael J. Kearsley
The Condor 106 (1), 106-115, (1 February 2004) https://doi.org/10.1650/7242
KEYWORDS: anthropogenic, Arthropods, avian diets, Colorado River, Grand Canyon National Park, insectivorous birds, neotropical migrants
Melinda G. Knutson, Gerald J. Niemi, Wesley E. Newton, Mary A. Friberg
The Condor 106 (1), 116-130, (1 February 2004) https://doi.org/10.1650/7358
KEYWORDS: agriculture, Driftless Area, forest fragmentation, functional group, landscape, Midwestern United States, nest success
Martin L. Morton, Maria E. Pereyra, John D. Crandall, Elizabeth A. MacDougall-Shackleton, Thomas P. Hahn
The Condor 106 (1), 131-138, (1 February 2004) https://doi.org/10.1650/7304
KEYWORDS: cost of reproduction, Mountain White-crowned Sparrow, reproductive effort, trade-offs, Zonotrichia leucophrys oriantha
SHORT COMMUNICATIONS
M. AndreÍna Pacheco, M. Alexandra GarcÍa-Amado, Carlos Bosque, MarÍa G. DomÍnguez-Bello
The Condor 106 (1), 139-143, (1 February 2004) https://doi.org/10.1650/7406
KEYWORDS: bacteria, crop, fermentation, Forpus passerinus, psittacid, starch digestion
Andrew E. McKechnie, Gerhard Körtner, Barry G. Lovegrove
The Condor 106 (1), 143-149, (1 February 2004) https://doi.org/10.1650/7327
KEYWORDS: behavior, body temperature, Coliiformes, Colius colius, mousebirds, thermoregulation, sociality
Fabrice Helfenstein, Claire Tirard, Etienne Danchin, Richard H. Wagner
The Condor 106 (1), 149-155, (1 February 2004) https://doi.org/10.1650/7337
KEYWORDS: Adoption, Black-legged Kittiwake, extra-pair copulation, extra-pair paternity, paternity assurance, Rissa tridactyla, within-pair copulation
Vinni Madsen, Thorsten J. S. Balsby, Torben Dabelsteen, José Luis Osorno
The Condor 106 (1), 156-160, (1 February 2004) https://doi.org/10.1650/7315
KEYWORDS: courtship display, Fregata magnificens, Magnificent Frigatebird, secondary sexual trait, visual and acoustic signaling
Kendra Sewall, Rodd Kelsey, Thomas P. Hahn
The Condor 106 (1), 161-165, (1 February 2004) https://doi.org/10.1650/7394
KEYWORDS: call type, cardueline, Coccothraustes vespertinus, flight calls
Mary F. Willson
The Condor 106 (1), 166-171, (1 February 2004) https://doi.org/10.1650/7303
KEYWORDS: Chile, Chucao Tapaculo, connectivity, forest fragmentation, Scelorchilus rubecula, south-temperate rainforest
Kenneth D. Meyer, Steven M. McGehee, Michael W. Collopy
The Condor 106 (1), 171-176, (1 February 2004) https://doi.org/10.1650/7339
KEYWORDS: diet, Elanoides forficatus, Florida, foraging behavior, nestlings, Swallow-tailed Kite
Richard P. Gerhardt, Dawn M. Gerhardt, Miguel Angel Vásquez
The Condor 106 (1), 177-181, (1 February 2004) https://doi.org/10.1650/7298
KEYWORDS: Elanoides forficatus, food habits, Guatemala, nestling diet, Swallow-tailed Kite, Tikal National Park
Gary R. Hepp
The Condor 106 (1), 182-186, (1 February 2004) https://doi.org/10.1650/7318
KEYWORDS: Aix sponsa, Anatidae, brood parasitism, egg laying, egg viability, incubation period, Wood Duck
COMMENTARY
Lukas Jenni, Raffael Winkler
The Condor 106 (1), 187-190, (1 February 2004) https://doi.org/10.1650/7493
KEYWORDS: homology, interrupted molt, molt, phylogeny, plumage, serial molt, terminology
Ernest J. Willoughby
The Condor 106 (1), 191-196, (1 February 2004) https://doi.org/10.1650/7439
KEYWORDS: Carduelis, carduelines, homology, molt, plumage
Theunis Piersma
The Condor 106 (1), 196-198, (1 February 2004) https://doi.org/10.1650/7460
KEYWORDS: annual cycles, life-cycle stages, molt, phenotype, phenotypic flexibility, Seasonality
Christopher W. Thompson
The Condor 106 (1), 199-206, (1 February 2004) https://doi.org/10.1650/7468
KEYWORDS: homology, Humphrey-Parkes, Larus, molt, Passerina, plumage
Steve N. G. Howell, Chris Corben, Peter Pyle, Danny I. Rogers
The Condor 106 (1), 206-210, (1 February 2004) https://doi.org/10.1650/7507
KEYWORDS: homology, molt terminology, plumage
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