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Exequiel GONZALEZ, Adrian JAUREGUI and Luciano N. SEGURA

The impacts of parasitic flies (Philornis spp.) on nestlings of three passerines in a southern temperate forest of Argentina

Volume 69.1, 2022, 3-20. Research articles.

Camille MERMILLON, Susanne JÄHNIG, Martha Maria SANDER, Riccardo ALBA, Domenico ROSSELLI and Dan CHAMBERLAIN

Variations in niche breadth and position of alpine birds along elevation gradients in the European Alps

Volume 69.1, 2022, 41-58. Research articles.

Philippe FONTANILLES, BOULICOT and Jules CHIFFARD-CARRICABURU

Negative effects of snow cover on foraging habitat selection and breeding success in the Red-billed Chough Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax

Volume 69.1, 2022, 59-74. Research articles.

Beneharo RODRÍGUEZ, Felipe SIVERIO, Yarci ACOSTA and Airam RODRÍGUEZ

Breeding success of Cory’s Shearwater in relation to nest characteristics and predation by alien mammals

Volume 69.1, 2022, 1-14. Short communications.

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.

Cosme LÓPEZ-CALDERÓN, Sergio MAGALLANES, Alfonso MARZAL and Javier BALBONTÍN

The migration system of Barn Swallows Hirundo rustica breeding in southwestern Spain and wintering across west Africa

Volume 68.2, 2021, 335-354. Research articles.

Pablo AYCART and Mario DÍAZ

Low-intensity landscaping of research facilities increased taxonomic, functional and phylogenetic bird diversity in a lowland rainforest

Volume 68.2, 2021, 355-371. Research articles.

Jimena LOIS-MILEVICICH, Raúl O. GÓMEZ, Cynthia A. URSINO, Nicolás A. LOIS and Alicia DE LA COLINA

Rapid and low-cost molecular sexing of a corvid songbird using a single protocol with two universal primer sets

Volume 68.2, 2021, 423-432. Short communications.

Pablo NÚÑEZ, Marcos MÉNDEZ and Isabel LÓPEZ-RULL

Can foraging hummingbirds use smell? A test with the Amazilia hummingbird Amazila amazilia

Volume 68.2, 2021, 433-444. Short communications.

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