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Studies in Trinidad and Tobago ornithology honouring Richard Ffrench

Format: Print Book 2002
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
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Location Collection Call #
Carnegie Museum of Natural History Main QL688.T8 S88 2002
Location  Carnegie Museum of Natural History
 
Collection  Main
 
Call Number  QL688.T8 S88 2002
 
 
Contents
A biography of Richard ffrench / Peter R. Bacon
The ffrench connection: contributions of Richard ffrench to Trinidad and Tobago ornithology / Floyd E. Hayes, Carol L. Ramjohn and Nora Jones
Soldado Rock / C. Brooke Worth
Natal pterylosis of two Trinidadian ovenbirds (Furnariidae) / Charles T. Collins and Araya A. Tamara
Sabre rattling at the lek: morphological variation and its significance in the White-tailed Sabrewing (Campylopterus ensipennis) / Floyd E. Hayes
Is the Ring-necked Seedeater (Sporophila insularis) from Trinidad extinct, or is it a cryptic species widespread in Venezuela? / Robin L. Restall
Ecological changes and their impact on avian use of marshes in Caroni Swamp, Trinidad / Gail C. Cuffy
Avifauna of a reclaimed wetland: Trinidad's Laventille Marsh in the 1960s / Michael Gochfeld
Avifauna of the dragon's teeth: the Bocas Islands, northern Gulf of Paria, between Venezuela and Trinidad / Floyd E. Hayes and Samad Ishmaelangelo
Ground based Nearctic-Neotropic landbird migration during autumn in the eastern Caribbean / Douglas B. McNair, Fred Sibley, Edward B. Massiah, and Martin D. Frost
Observations of pelagic seabirds wintering at sea in the southeastern Caribbean / William L. Murphy
A mist-netting study in Guayaguayare and the Victoria Mayaro Forest Reserve, Trinidad, West Indies / Stewart A. White
Observations of the Trinidad Piping-Guan, or Pawi (Pipile pipile), in northern Trinidad / Gavin D. Alexander
Long-term persistence of White-bearded Manakin (Manacus manacus) leks in the Arima Valley of Trinidad, West Indies / Mark E. Berres
Notes on the biology of the Band-rumped Swift in Trinidad / Charles T. Collns
Weaving techniques in two species of Icteridae, the Yellow Oriole (Icterus nigrogularis) and Crested Oropendola (Psarocolius decumanus) / Mykela Heath and Mike Hansell
Mating and nest-searching behaviour of Shiny Cowbirds associated with different host species in Trinidad and Tobago / Tim Manolis and Alexander Cruz
Breeding biology of the Black-throated Mango (Anthracothorax nigricollis) / Victor C. Quesnel
Extinction-prone birds of Trinidad and Tobago: making predictions from theory / Stanley A. Temple
Dickcissels in Trinidad: numbers and impacts on rice crops / Graham L. White and Stanley A. Temple
First sight record of Grey Heron (Ardea cinerea) for Tobago, West Indies / Davis W. Finch
Kleptoparasitism of a Great Egret (Ardea alba) by a Common Black-Hawk (Buteogallus anthracinus) / Geoffrey Gomes
First occurrences of Franklin's Gull (Larus pipixcan) for Trinidad / Douglas B. McNair, Floyd E. Hayes, and Graham L. White
Noteworthy bird records for Trinidad and Tobago including first reports of Wood Sandpiper (Tringa glareola) and White-eyed Vireo (Vireo griseus)/ Wayne R. Petersen and Doug McRae
First sight record of Slaty Elaenia (Elaenia strepera) for Trinidad / Courtenay Rooks and Edward Rooks
Mortality of birds due to entanglement in panicles of the grass, Pharus latifolius / Graham L. White.

Additional Information
Series Occasional paper (University of the West Indies (Saint Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago). Department of Life Sciences) ; no. 11.
Subjects Ffrench, Richard.
Birds -- Trinidad and Tobago.
Ornithology -- Trinidad and Tobago.
Publisher St. Augustine, Trinidad :Dept. of Life Sciences, University of the West Indies,2002
Contributors Hayes, Floyd E.
Temple, Stanley A., 1946-
University of the West Indies (Saint Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago). Department of Life Sciences.
Language English
Description iv, 209 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm.
ISBN 9766201676
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