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Jaime POTTI, Carlos CAMACHO, David CANAL and Jesús MARTÍNEZ-PADILLA

Three decades of crimes and misdemeanours in the nest box life of European Pied Flycatchers Ficedula hypoleuca

Volume 68.2, 2021, 315-333. Research articles.

Marta OLIVÉ-MUÑIZ, Emilio PAGANI-NÚÑEZ and Juan Carlos SENAR

Breeding Great Tit Parus major individuals have moderately consistent foraging niches across years

Volume 68.2, 2021, 409-422. Research articles.

Samuel RODRÍGUEZ and Emilio BARBA

Effects of cool nest microclimates on nestling development: an experimental study with Mediterranean great tits Parus major?

Volume 63.2, 2016, 251-260. Research articles.

Jaroslaw WAWRZYNIAK, Adam KALINSKI, Michal GLADALSKI, Miroslawa BANBURA, Marcin MARKOWSKI, Joanna SKWARSKA, Piotr ZIELINSKI, Iwona CYZEWSKA and Jerzy BANBURA

Long-term variation in laying date and cluch size of the great tit Parus major in central Poland: a comparison between urban parkland and deciduous forest

Volume 62.2, 2015, 311-322. Research articles.

Emilio PAGANI-NÚÑEZ, Sergio HERNÁNDEZ-GÓMEZ, Sepand RIYAHI and Juan-Carlos SENAR

Year-round preference for spiders by Mediterranean great tits Parus major

Volume 61.2, 2014, 257-267. Research articles.

Eva Maria SCHÖLL and Sabine Marlene HILLE

Do great tits Parus major nesting at high altitudes build better insulated nest?

Volume 61.2, 2014, 323-333. Research articles.

Elena ÁLVAREZ and Emilio BARBA

Nest characteristics and breeding performance in great tits Parus major

Volume 58 (1), 2011, 125-136. Research articles.

Concepción SALABERRIA and Diego GIL

Increase in song frequency in response to urban noise in the great tit  parus major as shown by data from the Madrid (Spain) city noise map 

Volume 57(1), 2010, 3-11. Research articles.

Carla PIMENTEL and Jan-Åke NILSSON

Response of passerine birds to an irruption of a pine processionary moth Thaumetopoea pityocampa population with a shifted phenology

Volume 56(2), 2009, 189-203. Research articles.

TELLERÍA, J. L., PÉREZ-TRIS, J. and CARBONELL, R.

Seasonal changes in abundance and flight-related morphology reveal different migration patterns in Iberian forest passerines

Volume 48(1), 2001, 27-46. Research articles.

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