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    1. Pravosudov, VV; Lucas, JR
      A dynamic model of short-term energy management in small food-caching and non-caching birds

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
    2. Lee, DW; Smith, GT; Tramontin, AD; Soma, KK; Brenowitz, EA; Clayton, NS
      Hippocampal volume does not change seasonally in a non food-storing songbird

      NEUROREPORT
    3. Clayton, NS
      Hippocampal growth and maintenance depend on food-caching experience in juvenile mountain chickadees (Poecile gambeli)

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Walther, BA; Gosler, AG
      The effects of food availability and distance to protective cover on the winter foraging behaviour of tits (Aves : Parus)

      OECOLOGIA
    5. Belisle, M; Desrochers, A; Fortin, MJ
      Influence of forest cover on the movements of forest birds: A homing experiment

      ECOLOGY
    6. Chistman, BJ
      Factors influencing pair territoriality in the Juniper Titmouse

      CONDOR
    7. KULLBERG C
      SPATIAL NICHE DYNAMICS UNDER PREDATION RISK IN THE WILLOW TIT PARUS-MONTANUS

      Journal of avian biology
    8. OTTER K; RATCLIFFE L; MICHAUD D; BOAG PT
      DO FEMALE BLACK-CAPPED CHICKADEES PREFER HIGH-RANKING MALES AS EXTRA-PAIR PARTNERS

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology
    9. SMULDERS TV
      A GAME THEORETICAL-MODEL OF THE EVOLUTION OF FOOD HOARDING - APPLICATIONS TO THE PARIDAE

      The American naturalist
    10. OTTER K; CHRUSZCZ B; RATCLIFFE L
      HONEST ADVERTISEMENT AND SONG OUTPUT DURING THE DAWN CHORUS OF BLACK-CAPPED CHICKADEES

      Behavioral ecology
    11. SMULDERS TV; DHONDT AA
      HOW MUCH MEMORY DO TITS NEED

      Trends in ecology & evolution
    12. LEMMON D; WITHIAM ML; BARKAN CPL
      MATE PROTECTION AND WINTER PAIR-BONDS IN BLACK-CAPPED CHICKADEES

      The Condor
    13. DUTENHOFFER MS; SWANSON DL
      RELATIONSHIP OF BASAL TO SUMMIT METABOLIC-RATE IN PASSERINE BIRDS ANDTHE AEROBIC CAPACITY MODEL FOR THE EVOLUTION OF ENDOTHERMY

      Physiological zoology
    14. SMITH SM
      THE SINGLE WING-FLICK DISPLAY OF THE BLACK-CAPPED CHICKADEE

      The Condor
    15. WACHOB DG
      THE EFFECT OF THERMAL MICROCLIMATE ON FORAGING SITE SELECTION BY WINTERING MOUNTAIN CHICKADEES

      The Condor
    16. HARDLING R; KALLANDER H; NILSSON JA
      EXPERIMENTAL-EVIDENCE FOR LOW INTRA-PAIR CACHE PILFERING RATES IN EUROPEAN NUTHATCHES

      Proceedings - Royal Society. Biological Sciences
    17. NJEGOVAN M; ITO S; MEWHORT D; WEISMAN R
      CLASSIFICATION OF FREQUENCIES INTO RANGES BY SONGBIRDS AND HUMANS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Animal behavior processes
    18. SMITH SM
      SOCIAL INFLUENCES ON THE DYNAMICS OF A NORTHEASTERN BLACK-CAPPED CHICKADEE POPULATION

      Ecology
    19. CLEMMONS JR
      MULTIPLE CASES OF POLYGYNY IN THE BLACK-CAPPED CHICKADEE - A POSSIBLEADVANTAGE TO THE PRIMARY FEMALE

      The Condor
    20. COOPER SJ; SWANSON DL
      SEASONAL ACCLIMATIZATION OF THERMOREGULATION IN THE BLACK-CAPPED CHICKADEE

      The Condor
    21. OTTER K; RATCLIFFE L; BOAG PT
      EXTRA-PAIR PATERNITY IN THE BLACK-CAPPED CHICKADEE

      The Condor
    22. PRIBIL S; PICMAN J
      BLACK-CAPPED CHICKADEES, PARUS-ATRICAPILLUS, EAT EGGS OF OTHER BIRDS

      Canadian field-naturalist
    23. LOHR B; WEISMAN R; NOWICKI S
      THE ROLE OF PITCH CUES IN SONG RECOGNITION BY CAROLINA CHICKADEES (PARUS-CAROLINENSIS)

      Behaviour
    24. HAFTORN S
      ONTOGENY OF THE VOCAL REPERTOIRE IN THE WILLOW TIT PARUS-MONTANUS

      Ornis Scandinavica
    25. SAMPLE BE; COOPER RJ; WHITMORE RC
      DIETARY SHIFTS AMONG SONGBIRDS FROM A DIFLUBENZURON-TREATED FOREST

      The Condor


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