Vol 27, No 1 (2019)

Brazilian Journal of Ornithology 27(1)

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Breeding biology of the Helmeted Manakin Antilophia galeata in an ecotone between the Atlantic Forest and the Cerrado PDF
Bráulio de Freitas Marçal, Leonardo Esteves Lopes 1-9

Ecology & Conservation

Diet of the Bobolink (Dolichonyx oryzivorus) in rice fields on its wintering grounds in Argentina PDF
Rodrigo Ezequiel Lorenzón, Carolina Antoniazzi, Franco Fabre, Virginia Quiroga, Silvia Regner, Ana Laura Ronchi-Virgolini, Pamela Olguin, Evelina Leon, Adolfo Beltzer 10-16
Wildlife and damage to agriculture: an ethnobiological approach with rural producers in southeastern Brazil PDF
Ana Laura Campos de Carvalho, Adrielli Ribeiro Araújo, Théa Mirian Medeiros Machado, Rômulo Ribon, Leonardo Esteves Lopes 17-26
Recurrent seasonal occurrence of the Lineated Woodpecker (Dryocopus lineatus) in a riparian fragment of the Atlantic Forest, northeastern Brazil PDF
Rafael Menezes, Georgiana Matias Pimentel, Ricardo Souza Rosa, Alan Loures Ribeiro 27-30
Diet of Ornate Hawk-Eagle (Spizaetus ornatus) PDF
Fagner Daniel Teixeira, Elisa Paraíso Mesquita, Michele Alves Ferreira, Felipe De Carvalho Araújo 31-39
The lack of males due to illegal trapping is causing polygyny in the globally endangered Yellow Cardinal Gubernatrix cristata PDF
Luciano Noel Segura, Milton Perelló, Néstor H. Gress, Rafael Ontiveros 40-43
Breeding biology of the endangered Yellow Cardinal Gubernatrix cristata in Brazil PDF
Christian Beier, Carla Suertegaray Fontana 44-52
Aggregations of Southern Caracaras (Caracara plancus) in soybean plantations in central Cerrado, Brazil PDF
Dárius Pukenis Tubelis 53-55

Natural History

Playful waterbird: Australasian Darter (Anhinga novaehollandiae) plays with sticks PDF
Ivan Sazima 56-58

Systematics, Taxonomy, and Distribution

Observation of Audouin’s Gull Ichthyaetus audouinii in Suriname on South American mainland PDF
Bert Kasius, Cees Witkamp, Johan Ingels 59-60

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