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Vol 21, No 52 (2013): Brazilian Journal of Ornithology Volume 21 (2) 155 years after reinhardt: the second specimen of Bartramia longicauda (Charadriiformes: Scolopacidae) from the state of minas Gerais, Brazil Abstract   PDF
Gustavo Diniz Carvalho, Marcelo Vasconselos, Gabriela Nunes Peixoto, Jorge Sales Lisboa, Leandro Oliveira Marques
 
Vol 16, No 34 (2008): Brazilian Journal of Ornithology Volume 16 (3) 170 years after Lund: rediscovery of the Black-banded Owl Strix huhula in the metropolitan region of Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil (Strigiformes: Strigidae) Abstract   PDF
Marcelo Ferreira Vasconcelos, Mauro Guimarães Diniz
 
Vol 23, No 1 (2015): Brazilian Journal of Ornithology 23 (1) A bird assemblage mobs an adult pitviper in southeastern Brazil Abstract   PDF
Ivan Sazima
 
Vol 23, No 1 (2015): Brazilian Journal of Ornithology 23 (1) A Black Kite Milvus migrans on the Saint Peter and Saint Paul Archipelago, Brazil Abstract   PDF
Guilherme Tavares Nunes, Lilian Sander Hoffmann, Bruno Macena, Glayson Ariel Bencke, Leandro Bugoni
 
Vol 2, No 2 (1991): Ararajuba Volume 2 A case of albinism in the island of Sula leucogaster Cabo Frio, Rio de Janeiro (Pelecaniformes: Sulidae). Abstract   PDF
Elias Coelho, Vania Alves
 
Vol 22 (2014): Brazilian Journal of Ornihology Volume 22(3) A case of partial leucism in American barn owl (Tyto furcata) (Temminck, 1827) from Buenos Aires province, Argentina Abstract   PDF
Maria Cecilia Chiale, Luis Gerardo Pagano
 
Vol 24, No 3 (2016): Brazilian Journal of Ornithology 24(3) A case of Straight-billed Reedhaunter (Limnoctites rectirostris: Furnariidae) nesting in Teasel (Dipsacus fullonum: Dipsacoideae) Abstract   PDF
Bernabe Lopez-Lanus
 
Vol 22, No 4 (2014): Brazilian Journal of Ornithology 22(4) A cerrado bird community in the northernmost portion of northeastern Brazil - recommendations for conservation Abstract   PDF
Mauro Pichorim, Marcelo da Silva, Bruno Rodrigo de Albuquerque França, Tonny Marques de Oliveira-Júnior, Marcelo Câmara Rodrigues
 
Vol 24, No 2 (2016): Brazilian Journal of Ornithology Volume 24 (2) A collection of birds from Presidente Kennedy and adjacent areas, Tocantins: a further contribution to knowledge of Amazonian avifauna between the Araguaia and Tocantins Rivers Abstract   PDF
Guilherme R. R. Brito, Guy M. Kirwan, Claydson P. Assis, Daniel H. Firme, Daniel M. Figueira, Nelson Buainain, Marcos A. Raposo
 
Vol 19, No 43 (2011): Brazilian Journal of Ornithology Volume 19 (1) A comparative study of bird communities in two forest fragments of the caatinga in Pernambuco State, Brazil. Abstract   PDF
Glauco Alves Pereira, Severino Mendes Azevedo Júnior
 
Vol 16, No 33 (2008): Brazilian Journal of Ornithology Volume 16 (2) A comparison of five techniques for attaching radio‑transmitters to tropical passerine birds Abstract   PDF
Rafael Pimentel, Miriam Hansbauer
 
Vol 26, No 3 (2018): Brazilian Journal of Ornithology 26 (3) A completely leucistic Rufous-bellied Thrush (Turdus rufiventris) breeding successfully in central-east Argentina Abstract   PDF
Martín Alejandro Colombo, Exequiel Gonzalez, Adrián Jauregui, Luciano Noel Segura
 
Vol 19, No 44 (2011): Brazilian Journal of Ornithology Volume 19 (2) A Contribution to the Ornithology of Rondônia, Southwest of the Brazilian Amazon Abstract   PDF
Fábio Olmos, Luís Fabio Silveira, Giulyana Althmann Benedicto
 
Vol 14, No 25 (2006): BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF ORNITHOLOGY VOLUME 14 (2) A family name for the monotypic oscine passerine genus Donacobius. Abstract   PDF
Alexandre Aleixo, José Fernando Pacheco
 
Vol 13, No 23 (2005): BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF ORNITHOLOGY VOLUME 13 (2) A feeding record of the Short-tailed Hawk Buteo brachyurus in its southern range Abstract   PDF
Alexander V. Christianini
 
Vol 20, No 50 (2012): Brazilian Journal of Ornithology Volume 20 (4) A first documented Brazilian record of Least Seedsnipe Thinocorus rumicivorus Eschscholtz, 1829 (Thinocoridae) Abstract   PDF
Felipe Castro, João Castro, Aluisio Ramos Ferreira, Marco Aurélio Crozariol, Alexander Charles Lees
 
Vol 25, No 3 (2017): Brazilian Journal of Ornithology 25(3) A floodplain with artificially reversed flood pulse is important for migratory and rare bird species Abstract   PDF
Vivian Robinson, Marco Aurélio Pizo
 
Vol 14, No 25 (2006): BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF ORNITHOLOGY VOLUME 14 (2) A homonymy in Psittacidae: new name for Salvatoria Miranda-Ribeiro. Abstract   PDF
Renato Caparroz, José Fernando Pacheco
 
Vol 15, No 30 (2007): BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF ORNITHOLOGY VOLUME 15 (3) A homonymy in Thamnophilidae: a new name for Dichropogon Chubb. Abstract   PDF
José Fernando Pacheco, Carlos Eduardo Quevedo Agne
 
Vol 3, No 3 (1995): Ararajuba Volume 3 A hybrid between Picumnus temminckii and P. albosquamatus guttifer (Piciformes: Picidae). Abstract   PDF
Frederico Lencioni Neto
 
Vol 21, No 53 (2013): Brazilian Journal of Ornithology Volume 21 (3) A Lesser Black-backed Gull Larus fuscus in Maranhão: the second Brazilian record Abstract   PDF
Bruno Jackson Melo Almeida, Roberta Costa Rodrigues, Roberta Costa Rodrigues, David Mizrahi, David Mizrahi, Alexander Lees, Alexander Lees
 
Vol 8, No 14 (2000): Ararajuba Volume 8 (2) A meeting of opportunists: birds and others visitors to Mabea fistulifera (Euphorbiaceae) inflorescenses Abstract   PDF
Fábio Olmos, Ricardo L. P. Boulhosa
 
Vol 26, No 3 (2018): Brazilian Journal of Ornithology 26 (3) A Narrow-billed Woodcreeper, Lepidocolaptes angustirostris, nesting in a mailbox Abstract   PDF
Marco Aurélio Pizo
 
Vol 15, No 28 (2007): BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF ORNITHOLOGY VOLUME 15 (1) A new breeding record for the Hyacinth Visorbearer Augastes scutatus extends its breeding season. Abstract   PDF
Lílian Mariana Costa, Marcos Rodrigues
 
Vol 25, No 1 (2017): Brazilian Journal of Ornithology 25(1) A NEW DOCUMENTED RECORD OF THE WHITE BELLBIRD PROCNIAS ALBUS (Hermann, 1783) FROM SOUTHERN BRAZILIAN AMAZONIA, WITH COMMENTS ON ITS SUBSPECIES Abstract   PDF
Sidnei de Melo Dantas, Leonardo de Sousa Miranda, André Luis Ravetta, Alexandre Padovan Aleixo
 
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