Bibliography on stopover sites for neotropical migrants



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BIBLIOGRAPHY ON STOPOVER SITES FOR NEOTROPICAL (and other) MIGRANTS. David Ewert. Updated 29 January 2013.

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Able, K.P. 1977. The orientation of passerine nocturnal migrants following offshore drift. Auk 94:320-330.
Able, K.P. 1977. The flight behaviour of individual passerine nocturnal migrants: a tracking radar study. Animal Behaviour 25:924-935.
Aborn, D.A. 1994. Correlation between raptor and songbird numbers at a migratory stopover site. Wilson Bull. 106:150-153.
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Alatalo, R.V. 1981. Habitat selection of forest birds in the seasonal environment of Finland. Ann. Zoologici Fennici 19:103-114.
Alerstam, T. 1978. Reoriented bird migration in coastal areas: dispersal to suitable nesting areas? Oikos 30:405-408.
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Alerstam, T. 2001. Detours in bird migration. Journal of Theoretical Biology 209:319-331.


Alerstam, T. 2003. Bird migration speed. Pages 253-267 In Avian migration. P. Berthold, E. Gwinner, E. Sonnenschein (eds.). Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
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Alerstam, T. and Ǻ. Lindström. 1990. Optimal bird migration:the relative importance of time, energy, and safety. Pp. 331-351 in Bird migration (E. Gwinner, ed.). Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
Alerstam, T. and Ǻ. Lindström. 1992. Optimal fat loads in migrating birds: a test of the time-minimizing hypothesis. American Naturalist 140:477-491.
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Annan, O. 1962. Sequence of migration by sex, age, and species of thrushes of the genus Hylocichla, through Chicago. Bird Banding 33: 130-137.
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Anthony, R.G., G.A. Green, E.D. Forsman and S.K. Nelson. 1996. Avian abundance in riparian zones of three forest types in the Cascade mountains, Oregon. Wilson Bull. 108:280-291.
Arizaga, J., E. Barba, and E. Belda. 2008. Fuel management and stopover duration of Blackcaps Sylvia atricapilla stopping over in northern Spain during autumn migration period. Bird Study 55:124-134.
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Atkinson, P.W., A.J. Baker, K.A. Bennett, N.A. Clark, J.A. Clark, K.B. Cole, A. Dekinga. A. Dey, S. Gillings. P.M. Gonzalez, K. Kalasz, C.D.T. Minton, L.J. Niles, T. Piersma, R.A. Robinson, and H.P. Sitters. 2007. Rates of mass gain and energy deposition in red knot on their final staging site is both time- and condition dependent. Journal of Applied Ecology 44:885-895.
Austin, G.T. 1970. Migration of warblers in southern Nevada. Southwestern Nat. 15:231-237.
Bächler, E., S. Hahn, M. Schaub, R. Arlettaz, L. Jenni, J.W. Fox, V. Afanasyev, and F. Liechti. 2010. Year-round tracking of small trans-Saharan migrants using light-level geolocators. PLos ONE 5: e9566. Doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0009566.
Bächler, E. and M. Schaub. 2007. The effects of permanent local emigration and encounter technique on stopover duration estimates as revealed by telemetry and mark-recapture. The Condor 109:142-154.
Badinski, S.S., C. Davison Ankney, and S.A. Petrie. 2006. Influence of migrant tundra swans (Cygnus columbianus) and Canada geese (Branta Canadensis) on aquatic vegetation at Long Point, Lake Erie, Ontario. Hydrobiologia 567?:195-211.

Badzinski, S.S. and S.A. Petrie. 2006. Lesser scaup spring nutrient reserve dynamics on the lower Great Lakes. Wildlife Society Bulletin 34:395-407.


Badzinski, S.S. and S.A. Petrie. 2008. Scaup & the Great Lakes: Issues and current research. Unpublished report, Long Point Waterfowl.
Baird, J.W. 1980. The selection and use of fruit by birds in an eastern forest. Wilson Bull. 92:63-73.
Baird, J. and I.C.T. Nisbet. 1960. Northward fall migration on the Atlantic coast and its relation to offshore drift. Auk 77:119-149.
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Bairlein, F. 1985. Efficiency of food utilization during fat deposition in the long-distance migratory garden warbler, Sylvia borin. Oecologia 68:118-125.
Bairlein, F. 1987. Nutritional requirements for maintenance of body weight and fat deposition in the long-distance migratory Garden Warbler, Sylvia borin (Boddaert). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A 86:337-347.
Bairlein, F. 1985. Body weights and fat deposition of Paearctic passerine migrants in the central Sahara. Oecologica 66:141-146.
Bairlein, F. 1987. The migratory strategy of the Garden Warbler: A survey of laboratory and field data. Ringing Migration 8:59-72.
Bairlein, F. 1988. How do migratory songbirds cross the Sahara? Trends in Ecol. and Evol. 3:191-194.
Bairlein, F. 1990. Nutrition and food selection in migratory birds. Pp. 198-213 in E. Gwinner, ed. Bird Migration. Berlin:Springer-Verlag.
Bairlein, F. 1991. Body mass of Garden warblers (Sylvia borin) on migration: a review of field data. Die Vogelwarte 36:48-61.
Bairlein, F. 1991. Nutritional adaptations to fat deposition in the long-distance migratory Garden Warbler Sylvia borin. Acta XX Congr. Internat. Ornithol. 2149-2158.
Bairlein, F. 1992. Morphology-habitat relationships in migrating songbirds, p. 356-369. In J.M. Hagan, III and D.W. Johnston (eds.), Ecology and Conservation of Neotropical migrants. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C.
Bairlein, F. 1998. The European-African songbird migration network: new challenges for large scale study of bird migration. Biological Conservation of Fauna 102:13-27.
Bairlein, F. 2001. Results of bird ringing in the study of migration routes and behavior. Ardea 89:7-19.
Bairlein, F., D.R. Norris, N. Rolf, M. Bulte, C.C. Voigt et al. 2012. Cross-hemisphere migration of a 25 g songbird. Biology Letters.
Baker, A.J., P.M. González, T. Piersma, L.J. Niles, de Lima Serrano do Nascimento, Inȇs, P.W. Atkinson, N.A. Clark, C.D.T. Milton, M.K. Peck, and G. Aarts. 2004. Rapid population decline in red knots:fitness consequences of decreased refueling rates and late arrival in Delaware Bay. Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B 271:875-882.
Ball, S.C. 1952. Fall bird migration on the Gaspe Peninsula. Bull. Peabody Mus. 7:1-211.
Baranowski, T.E. 2007. Distribution, abundance and habitat associations of fall- and spring-migrating shorebirds and waterfowl in the southwest Lake Erie marsh region. Thesis, The Ohio State University, Columbus.
Bardon, K.J. 2012. Fall diurnal migration of passerines and other non-raptors at Hawk Ridge and Lake Superior, Duluth (2007-2011). Loon 84:8-20.
Barlow, J.C. 1980. Patterns of ecological interactions among migrant and resident vireos on the wintering grounds. Pp. 79-107 in Migrant Birds in Neotropics: ecology, behavior, distribution, and conservation (A. Keast and E. S. Morton, eds.). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C.
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