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    1. Fair, JM; Ricklefs, RE
      Physiological, growth, and immune responses of Japanese quail chicks to the multiple stressors of immunological challenge and lead shot

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    2. Dauwe, T; Bervoets, L; Blust, R; Eens, M
      Tissue levels of lead in experimentally exposed zebra finches (Taeniopygiaguttata) with particular attention on the use of feathers as biomonitors

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    3. Cordero, PJ; Vinuela, J; Aparicio, JM; Veiga, JP
      Seasonal variation in sex ratio and sexual egg dimorphism favouring daughters in first clutches of the spotless starling

      JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
    4. Pisenti, JM; Santolo, GM; Yamamoto, JT; Morzenti, AA
      Embryonic development of the American Kestrel (Falco sparverius): Externalcriteria for staging

      JOURNAL OF RAPTOR RESEARCH
    5. Ardia, DR
      Winter roosting behavior of American Kestrels

      JOURNAL OF RAPTOR RESEARCH
    6. Wiemeyer, SN; Clark, DR; Spann, JW; Belisle, AA; Bunck, CM
      Dicofol residues in eggs and carcasses of captive american kestrels

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    7. Mateo, R; Cadenas, R; Manez, M; Guitart, R
      Lead shot ingestion in two raptor species from Donana, Spain

      ECOTOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY
    8. Dawson, RD; Bortolotti, GR
      Sex-specific associations between reproductive output and hematozoan parasites of American kestrels

      OECOLOGIA
    9. Sockman, KW; Schwabl, H; Sharp, PJ
      Regulation of yolk-androgen concentrations by plasma prolactin in the American kestrel

      HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR
    10. Sockman, KW; Schwabl, H
      Plasma corticosterone in nestling American kestrels: Effects of age, handling stress, yolk androgens, and body condition

      GENERAL AND COMPARATIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY
    11. Sockman, KW; Schwabl, H
      Covariation of clutch size, laying date, and incubation tendency in the American Kestrel

      CONDOR
    12. Ardia, DR; Bildstein, KL
      Sex-related differences in habitat use in wintering American Kestrels

      AUK
    13. Hoffman, DJ; Heinz, GH; Sileo, L; Audet, DJ; Campbell, JK; LeCaptain, LJ; Obrecht, HH
      Developmental toxicity of lead-contaminated sediment in Canada geese (Branta canadensis)

      JOURNAL OF TOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH-PART A
    14. Wiebe, KL; Bortolotti, GR
      Parental interference in sibling aggression in birds: What should we look for?

      ECOSCIENCE
    15. Sockman, KW; Schwabl, H
      Yolk androgens reduce offspring survival

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    16. Nicholls, MK; Love, OP; Bird, DM
      An evaluation of methyl anthranilate, aminoacetophenone, and unfamiliar coloration as feeding repellents to American Kestrels

      JOURNAL OF RAPTOR RESEARCH
    17. Williams, CK; Applegate, RD; Lutz, RS; Rusch, DH
      A comparison of raptor densities and habitat use in Kansas cropland and rangeland ecosystems

      JOURNAL OF RAPTOR RESEARCH
    18. Murza, GL; Bortolotti, GR; Dawson, RD
      Handicapped American Kestrels: Needy or prudent foragers?

      JOURNAL OF RAPTOR RESEARCH
    19. Ormerod, SJ; Tyler, SJ; Juttner, I
      Effects of point-source PCB contamination on breeding performance and post-fledging survival in the dipper Cinclus cinclus

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    20. Yamamoto, JT; Santolo, GM
      Body condition effects in American kestrels fed selenomethionine

      JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE DISEASES
    21. Sockman, KW; Schwabl, H; Sharp, PJ
      The role of prolactin in the regulation of clutch size and onset of incubation behavior in the American kestrel

      HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR
    22. Dawson, RD; Bortolotti, GR
      Reproductive success of American Kestrels: The role of prey abundance and weather

      CONDOR
    23. Fernie, KJ; Bird, DM
      Effects of electromagnetic fields on the growth of nestling American Kestrels

      CONDOR
    24. Santolo, GM; Yamamoto, JT
      Selenium in blood of predatory birds from Kesterson Reservoir and other areas in California

      JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
    25. Santolo, GM; Yamamoto, JT; Pisenti, JM; Wilson, BW
      Selenium accumulation and effects on reproduction in captive American kestrels fed selenomethionine

      JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
    26. Krebs, EA
      Last but not least: nestling growth and survival in asynchronously hatching crimson rosellas

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL ECOLOGY
    27. Fernie, KJ; Bird, DM
      Effects of electromagnetic fields on body mass and food-intake of AmericanKestrels

      CONDOR
    28. Torrella, JR; Fouces, V; Viscor, G
      Descriptive and functional morphometry of skeletal muscle fibres in wild birds

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE ZOOLOGIE
    29. Hebert, PN; McNeil, R
      Hatching asynchrony and food stress in Ring-billed Gulls: an experimental study

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE ZOOLOGIE
    30. Dawson, RD; Whitworth, TL; Bortolotti, GR
      Bird Blow Flies, Protocalliphora (Diptera : Calliphoridae), in cavity nests of birds in the boreal forest of Saskatchewan

      CANADIAN FIELD-NATURALIST
    31. STEIN RW; YAMAMOTO JT; FRY DM; WILSON BW
      COMPARATIVE HEMATOLOGY AND PLASMA BIOCHEMISTRY OF RED-TAILED HAWKS AND AMERICAN KESTRELS WINTERING IN CALIFORNIA

      The Journal of raptor research
    32. YAHNER RH; ROHRBAUGH RW
      A COMPARISON OF RAPTOR USE OF RECLAIMED SURFACE MINES AND AGRICULTURAL HABITATS IN PENNSYLVANIA

      The Journal of raptor research
    33. Akaki, C; Duke, GE
      Egestion of chitin in pellets of American Kestrels and Eastern Screech Owls

      JOURNAL OF RAPTOR RESEARCH
    34. TORRELLA JR; FOUCES V; PALOMEQUE J; VISCOR G
      CAPILLARITY AND FIBER TYPES IN LOCOMOTORY MUSCLES OF WILD COMMON COOTS, FULICA-ATRA

      Journal of morphology
    35. NEGRO JJ; BORTOLOTTI GR; TELLA JL; FERNIE KJ; BIRD DM
      REGULATION OF INTEGUMENTARY COLOR AND PLASMA CAROTENOIDS IN AMERICAN KESTRELS CONSISTENT WITH SEXUAL SELECTION THEORY

      Functional ecology
    36. Smallwood, PD; Smallwood, JA
      Seasonal shifts in sex ratios of fledgling American kestrels (Falco sparverius paulus): The Early Bird Hypothesis

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY
    37. NYHOLM NEI
      INFLUENCE OF HEAVY-METAL EXPOSURE DURING DIFFERENT PHASES OF THE ONTOGENY ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF PIED FLYCATCHERS, FICEDULA-HYPOLEUCA, IN NATURAL-POPULATIONS

      Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology
    38. TORRELLA JR; FOUCES V; PALOMEQUE J; VISCOR G
      COMPARATIVE SKELETAL-MUSCLE FIBER MORPHOMETRY AMONG WILD BIRDS WITH DIFFERENT LOCOMOTOR BEHAVIOR

      Journal of Anatomy
    39. DOBADOBERRIOS PM; TELLA JL; CEBALLOS O; DONAZAR JA
      EFFECTS OF AGE AND CAPTIVITY ON PLASMA CHEMISTRY VALUES OF THE EGYPTIAN VULTURE

      The Condor
    40. Horak, P; Jenni-Eiermann, S; Ots, I; Tegelmann, L
      Health and reproduction: the sex-specific clinical profile of great tits (Parus major) in relation to breeding

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE ZOOLOGIE
    41. DAWSON RD; BORTOLOTTI GR
      VARIATION IN HEMATOCRIT AND TOTAL PLASMA-PROTEINS OF NESTLING AMERICAN KESTRELS (FALCO-SPARVERIUS) IN THE WILD

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Section A: Comparative physiology
    42. WALTER HS
      ECOLOGY OF AMERICAN KESTRELS WINTERING ON SOCORRO ISLAND, MEXICO

      The Journal of raptor research
    43. MILLER KE; SMALLWOOD JA
      JUVENAL PLUMAGE CHARACTERISTICS OF MALE SOUTHEASTERN AMERICAN KESTRELS (FALCO-SPARVERIUS PAULUS)

      The Journal of raptor research
    44. STEENHOF K; PETERSON BE
      DOUBLE BROODING BY AMERICAN KESTRELS IN IDAHO

      The Journal of raptor research
    45. MEYERS RA; MATHIAS E
      ANATOMY AND HISTOCHEMISTRY OF SPREAD-WING POSTURE IN BIRDS .2. GLIDING FLIGHT IN THE CALIFORNIA GULL, LARUS-CALIFORNICUS - A PARADOX OF FAST FIBERS AND POSTURE

      Journal of morphology
    46. MEYERS RA
      ANATOMY AND HISTOCHEMISTRY OF SPREAD-WING POSTURE IN BIRDS .1. WING DRYING POSTURE IN THE DOUBLE-CRESTED CORMORANT, PHALACROCORAX-AURITUS

      Journal of morphology
    47. GARCIAFERNANDEZ AJ; MOTASGUZMAN M; NAVAS I; MARIAMOJICA P; LUNA A; SANCHEZGARCIA JA
      ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURE AND DISTRIBUTION OF LEAD IN 4 SPECIES OF RAPTORS IN SOUTHEASTERN SPAIN

      Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology
    48. DAWSON RD; BORTOLOTTI GR
      ARE AVIAN HEMATOCRITS INDICATIVE OF CONDITION - AMERICAN KESTRELS AS A MODEL

      The Journal of wildlife management
    49. HEATH J
      CORTICOSTERONE LEVELS DURING NEST DEPARTURE OF JUVENILE AMERICAN KESTRELS

      The Condor
    50. DUKE GE; REYNHOUT J; TEREICK AL; PLACE AE; BIRD DM
      GASTROINTESTINAL MORPHOLOGY AND MOTILITY IN AMERICAN KESTRELS RECEIVING HIGH OR LOW-FAT DIETS

      The Condor
    51. DAWSON RD; BORTOLOTTI GR
      ECOLOGY OF PARASITISM OF NESTLING AMERICAN KESTRELS BY CARNUS-HEMAPTERUS (DIPTERA, CARNIDAE)

      Canadian journal of zoology
    52. CRAFT RA; CRAFT KP
      USE OF FREE-RANGING AMERICAN KESTRELS AND NEST BOXES FOR CONTAMINANT RISK ASSESSMENT SAMPLING - A FIELD APPLICATION

      The Journal of raptor research
    53. DUKE GE; TEREICK AL; REYNHOUT JK; BIRD DM; PLACE AE
      VARIABILITY AMONG INDIVIDUAL AMERICAN KESTRELS (FALCO-SPARVERIUS) IN PARTS OF DAY-OLD CHICKS EATEN, PELLET SIZE, AND PELLET EGESTION FREQUENCY

      The Journal of raptor research
    54. AGOSTINI N; BIRD DM; NEGRO JJ
      SOCIAL-BEHAVIOR OF CAPTIVE FLEDGLING AMERICAN KESTRELS (FALCO-SPARVERIUS)

      The Journal of raptor research
    55. KENDALL RJ; LACHER TE; BUNCK C; DANIEL B; DRIVER C; GRUE CE; LEIGHTON F; STANSLEY W; WATANABE PG; WHITWORTH M
      AN ECOLOGICAL RISK ASSESSMENT OF LEAD SHOT EXPOSURE IN NON-WATERFOWL AVIAN SPECIES - UPLAND GAME BIRDS AND RAPTORS

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    56. SARNO RJ; GUBANICH AA
      PREY SELECTION BY WILD AMERICAN KESTRELS - THE INFLUENCE OF PREY SIZEAND ACTIVITY

      The Journal of raptor research
    57. JACOBS EA
      AMERICAN KESTREL REPRODUCTION AND DISPERSAL IN CENTRAL WISCONSIN

      The Journal of raptor research
    58. GARCIAFERNANDEZ AJ; SANCHEZGARCIA JA; JIMENEZMONTALBAN P; LUNA A
      LEAD AND CADMIUM IN WILD BIRDS IN SOUTHEASTERN SPAIN

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    59. WIEBE KL; BORTOLOTTI GR
      FOOD-DEPENDENT BENEFITS OF HATCHING ASYNCHRONY IN AMERICAN KESTRELS FALCO-SPARVERIUS

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology
    60. PAIN DJ; SEARS J; NEWTON I
      LEAD CONCENTRATIONS IN BIRDS OF PREY IN BRITAIN

      Environmental pollution
    61. BURGER J
      A RISK ASSESSMENT FOR LEAD IN BIRDS

      Journal of toxicology and environmental health
    62. TOBALSKE BW
      NEUROMUSCULAR CONTROL AND KINEMATICS OF INTERMITTENT FLIGHT IN THE EUROPEAN STARLING (STURNUS-VULGARIS)

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    63. LAVIGNE AJ; BIRD DM; NEGRO JJ; LACOMBE D
      GROWTH OF HAND REARED AMERICAN KESTRELS .1. THE EFFECT OF 2 DIFFERENTDIETS AND FEEDING FREQUENCY

      Growth, development and aging
    64. LAVIGNE AJ; BIRD DM; LACOMBE D; NEGRO JJ
      GROWTH OF HAND-REARED AMERICAN KESTRELS .2. BODY-COMPOSITION AND WINGLOADING OF FLEDGLINGS HAND-FED 2 DIFFERENT DIETS

      Growth, development and aging
    65. CHAVEZRAMIREZ F; PRIETO FG
      EFFECTS OF PRESCRIBED FIRES ON HABITAT USE BY WINTERING RAPTORS ON A TEXAS BARRIER-ISLAND GRASSLAND

      The Journal of raptor research
    66. STEENHOF K; CARPENTER GP; BEDNARZ JC
      USE OF MIST NETS AND A LIVE GREAT HORNED OWL TO CAPTURE BREEDING AMERICAN KESTRELS

      The Journal of raptor research
    67. DOODY JS
      WINTER ROOST-SITE USE BY FEMALE AMERICAN KESTRELS (FALCO-SPARVERIUS) IN LOUISIANA

      The Journal of raptor research
    68. WIEBE KL; BORTOLOTTI GR
      ENERGETIC EFFICIENCY OF REPRODUCTION - THE BENEFITS OF ASYNCHRONOUS HATCHING FOR AMERICAN KESTRELS

      Journal of Animal Ecology
    69. WIEBE KL; BORTOLOTTI GR
      FOOD-SUPPLY AND HATCHING SPANS OF BIRDS - ENERGY CONSTRAINTS OR FACULTATIVE MANIPULATION

      Ecology
    70. NEGRO JJ; CHASTIN A; BIRD DM
      EFFECTS OF SHORT-TERM FOOD-DEPRIVATION ON GROWTH OF HAND-REARED AMERICAN KESTRELS

      The Condor
    71. ROSSER BWC; WALDBILLIG DM; WICK M; BANDMAN E
      MUSCLE-FIBER TYPES IN THE PECTORALIS OF THE WHITE PELICAN, A SOARING BIRD

      Acta Zoologica
    72. LACOMBE D; BIRD DM; SCANES CG; HIBBARD KA
      THE EFFECT OF RESTRICTED FEEDING ON PLASMA GROWTH-HORMONE (GH) CONCENTRATIONS IN GROWING AMERICAN KESTRELS

      The Condor
    73. ARNOLD TW; MARTIN PA
      WINTER HABITAT USE BY MALE AND FEMALE AMERICAN KESTRELS, FALCO-SPARVERIUS, IN SOUTHWESTERN ONTARIO

      Canadian field-naturalist


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