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Xabier CABODEVILLA, Jose I. AGUIRRE

The nesting synchronisation process of new breeders in a White Stork Ciconia ciconia colony

Volume 66.2, 2019, 279-289. Research articles.

Cristina RAMO, Eduardo AGUILERA, Jordi FIGUEROLA, Manuel MÁÑEZ and Andy J. GREEN

Long-term population trends of colonial wading birds breeding in Doñanana (SW Spain) in relation to enviromental and anthropogenic factors

Volume 60(2), 2013, 305-326. Research articles.

Luis Santiago CANO, Cláudia FRANCO, Guillermo DOVAL, Alejandro TORÉS, Isidoro CARBONELL and José Luis TELLERÍA

Post-breeding movements of iberian black storks Ciconia ciconia as revealed by satellite tracking

Volume 60(1), 2013, 133-142. Short communications.

Jakub Z. KOSICKI

Reproductive success of the white stork Ciconia ciconia population in intensively cultivated farmlands in Western Poland

Volume 57(2), 2010, 243-255. Research articles.

Pablo VERGARA, José Ignacio AGUIRRE and Juan Antonio FARGALLO

Economical versus ecological development: a case study of white storks in a cattle farm

Volume 54(2), 2007, 217-225. Research articles.

Roger JOVANI, José Luis TELLA, Guillermo BLANCO and Marcelo BERTELLOTTI

Variable inter-annual relationships between T-cell mediated immunity and individual traits in White Storks

Volume 51(2), 2004, 357-364. Research articles.

José Rafael GARRIDO and Manuel FERNÁNDEZ-CRUZ

Effects of power lines on a White Stork Ciconia ciconia population in central Spain

Volume 50(2), 2003, 191-200. Research articles.

Francisco S. TORTOSA and Francisca CASTRO

Development of thermoregulatory ability during ontogeny in the White Stork Ciconia ciconia

Volume 50(1), 2003, 39-45. Research articles.

Salvador J. PERIS

Feeding in urban refuse dumps: ingestion of plastic objects by the White Stork (Ciconia ciconia)

Volume 50(1), 2003, 81-84. Short communications.

GÓMEZ-TEJEDOR, H. and DE LOPE, F.

Kleptoparasitism in the Lesser Black-backed Gull (Larus fuscus): host selection and age-class differences

Volume 42(1), 1995, 77-81. Research articles.

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