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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.

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.

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.

Andreu ROTGER, Alfonso SOLA, Giacomo TAVECCHIA and Ana SANZ-AGUILAR

Foraging far from home: GPS-tracking of Mediterranean Storm-petrels Hydrobates pelagicus melitensis reveals long-distance foraging movements

Volume 68.1, 2021, 3-16. Research articles.

Cristina VALLINO, Enrico CAPRIO, Fabrizio GENCO, Dan CHAMBERLAIN, Claudia PALESTRINI, Angela ROGGERO, Massimo BOCCA and Antonio ROLANDO

Flocking of foraging Yellow-billed Choughs Pyrrhocorax graculus reflects the availability of grasshoppers and the extent of human influence in high elevation ecosystems

Volume 68.1, 2021, 53-70. Research articles.

Everardo FLORES-LÓPEZ, Juan Carlos MONTERO-CASTRO, Tiberio C. MONTERRUBIO-RICO, Guillermo IBARRA-MANRÍQUEZ, Leonel LÓPEZ-TOLEDO and Carlos BONILLA-RUZ

Differential use of forest patches by the Military Macaw Ara militaris (Psittacidae) in coastal tropical forests of Jalisco, Mexico.

Volume 67.2, 2020, 423-432. Short communications.

Juan MORENO

Effects of food availability and parental risk taking on nestling period duration: a field experiment on the Pied Flycatcher Ficedula hypoleuca

Volume 67.1, 2020, 29-38. Research articles.

Diana BOLOPO, Gianluca RONCALLI, Daniela CANESTRARI and Vittorio BAGLIONE

Cheating cheaters: social monogamy but genetic polygamy in a brood parasite

Volume 67.1, 2020, 39-56. Research articles.

Joana ROMERO, Paulo CATRY, Dília MENEZES, Nádia COELHO, João PAULO SILVA, José Pedro GRANADEIRO

A gull that scarcely ventures on the ocean: Yellow-legged Gulls Larus michahellis atlantis on the oceanic island of Madeira

Volume 66.1, 2019, 101-112. Short communications.

Luis M. BAUTISTA, Carolina BRAVO, Carlos PONCE, Dácil UNZUÉ-BELMONTE and Juan Carlos ALONSO

Food availability but not sex determines morning foraging area size in the Great Bustard Otis tarda, the most sexually size-dimorphic bird species

Volume 64.2, 2017, 289-303. Research articles.

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