Vol 22, No 4 (2014)

Brazilian Journal of Ornithology 22(4)

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Table of Contents


Experimental Translocations: Pitfalls and Alternatives for Quantifying Animal Movement in Fragmented Landscapes PDF
Luke Losada Powell, Philip C. Stouffer 311-316


Breeding biology of the White-collared Swift Streptoprocne zonaris in southeastern Brazil PDF
Renata Neves Biancalana 341-346
Rodent predation by Turdus leucomelas Vieillot, 1818 (Passeriformes: Turdidae) PDF
Pedro de Oliveira Mafia, Matheus Rocha Jorge Corrêa, Antônio Jorge do Rosário Cruz, Cristiano Schetini de Azevedo 410-412
Crested Quetzal (Pharomachrus antisianus) preying on a Glassfrog (Anura, Centrolenidae) in Sierra de Perijá, northwestern Venezuela PDF
Marcial Ramón Quiroga-Carmona 419-421


An avifaunal inventory and conservation prospects for the Gurupi Biological Reserve, Maranhão, Brazil PDF
Diego Mendes Lima, Carlos Martínez, Daniel Santana Lorenzo Raíces 317-340


Core and transient species in an Amazonian savanna bird assemblage PDF
Roberta Lúcia Boss, José Maria Cardoso da Silva 374-382

Evolutionary Biology

Rivers acting as barriers for bird dispersal in the Amazon PDF
Alexandre Fernandes, Mario Cohn-Haft, Tomas Hrbek, Izeni Farias 363-373

Systematics, Taxonomy, and Distribution

A cerrado bird community in the northernmost portion of northeastern Brazil - recommendations for conservation PDF
Mauro Pichorim, Marcelo da Silva, Bruno Rodrigo de Albuquerque França, Tonny Marques de Oliveira-Júnior, Marcelo Câmara Rodrigues 347-362
Long-trained Nightjar (Macropsalis forcipata) (Aves, Caprimulgidae): first Paraguayan record PDF
Hans Hostettler, Paul Smith 413-415
First records of Masked Tityra Tityra semifasciata (Spix, 1825) for the state of Paraná, southern Brazil PDF
Fabiane Girardi, Eduardo Carrano 416-418

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