TOC of Interpretive Birding, March / April

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Subject: TOC of Interpretive Birding, March / April
From: "Jim Davis" <>
Date: Wed, 21 Apr 2004 07:54:10 -0500
Volume 5 no. 2  (March / April 2004) Interpretive Birding
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 Resin, snakes and fire by David Leonard, Jr.
 Fungus and woodpecker cavities
 Olfactory abilities put to the test 
 Tongues untied and on target by Jerome A. Jackson
 Why birds fly in formation: a new interpretation
 Are birds at war with plumage inhabitants? by Daniel Cristol
 New information on Northern Flickers by Karen Wiebe

Selected shorts
 Are false feedings behavioral deception?
 Intelligent woodpeckers
 Landmarks as navigational guides
 Courtship frigatebird style
 It depends upon which eye is used
 A specific alarm call for a brood parasite
 Social flickers
 Plumage colors of flickers

Notable behaviors
 Northern Flicker (Colaptes auratus)

Cheers, Jim

Dr Wm James Davis, Editor


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