THE ECOLOGY OF MIGRANT BIRDS. A neotropical perspective.pdf

THE ECOLOGY OF MIGRANT BIRDS. A neotropical perspective PDF

John-H Rappole

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Reflections Across Hemispheres: A System-Wide … 01/10/2004 · Nevertheless, migrant ecology between the systems is remarkably similar overall, given that both groups appear to be habitat generalists during the nonbreeding season in the tropics and that they are both composed primarily of species that depend on open water or …

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THE ECOLOGY OF MIGRANT BIRDS. A neotropical perspective.pdf


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