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From: James Davis <>
Date: Thu, 9 Sep 1999 17:16:57 +1000 (EST)
Contents of the September issue of the 
Interpretive Birding Bulletin:

1) To sleep, perchance to dream ... sleep in birds
2) The value of eavesdropping

3) Highlights of the 26th International Ethological Conference:

   Movement imitation in Keas
   Ontogeny of tool use in the Woodpecker Finch
   Sibling rivalry in Australian Pelicans and Black-faced Cormorants
   UV vision and foraging
   Which Budgerigars are better talkers?

4) Behavioural Snaphot: New Holland Honeyeater
5) Sexual selection in Australian Grass-finches: latent preferences and
   concealed sexual identities.

Cheers, jim

Dr. Wm. James Davis, Editor
Interpretive Birding Bulletin

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