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    1. Kloskowski, J
      Double-brooding in Red-necked Grebes

      WATERBIRDS
    2. Kells, A; Dawkins, MS; Borja, MC
      The effect of a 'freedom food' enrichment on the behaviour of broilers on commercial farms

      ANIMAL WELFARE
    3. Cornetto, T; Estevez, I
      Influence of vertical panels on use of space by domestic fowl

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    4. Larson, RW; Richards, MH; Sims, B; Dworkin, J
      How urban African American young adolescents spend their time: Time budgets for locations, activities, and companionship

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY
    5. Caudron, AK; Joiris, CR; Ruwet, JC
      Comparative activity budget among grey seal (Halichoerus grypus) breeding colonies - the importance of marginal populations

      MAMMALIA
    6. Garshelis, DL; Johnson, CB
      Sea otter population dynamics and the Exxon Valdez oil spill: disentangling the confounding effects

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY
    7. Rodway, MS; Cooke, F
      Effect of food availability on arrival and departure decisions of Harlequin Ducks at diurnal feeding grounds

      CONDOR
    8. Schekkerman, H; Visser, GH
      Prefledging energy requirements in shorebirds: Energetic implications of self-feeding precocial development

      AUK
    9. Palmer, AG; Nordmeyer, DL; Roby, DD
      Factors influencing nest attendance and time-activity budgets of peregrinefalcons in interior Alaska

      ARCTIC
    10. Malhotra, P; Saksena, S; Joshi, V
      Time budgets of infants for exposure assessment: a methodological study

      JOURNAL OF EXPOSURE ANALYSIS AND ENVIRONMENTAL EPIDEMIOLOGY
    11. Olsson, O; Wiktander, U; Nilsson, SG
      Daily foraging routines and feeding effort of a small bird feeding on a predictable resource

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    12. Nielsen, BL; Veerkamp, RF; Lawrence, AB
      Effects of genotype, feed type and lactational stage on the time budget ofdairy cows

      ACTA AGRICULTURAE SCANDINAVICA SECTION A-ANIMAL SCIENCE
    13. Marsden, SJ
      Impact of disturbance on waterfowl wintering in a UK dockland redevelopment area

      ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    14. Tatin, L; Dutoit, T; Feh, C
      Impact of pasture grazing by Przewalski horses (Equus przewalskii) on orthoptera populations on the Causse Mejean (Lozere, France).

      REVUE D ECOLOGIE-LA TERRE ET LA VIE
    15. Kitaysky, AS; Hunt, GL; Flint, EN; Rubega, MA; Decker, MB
      Resource allocation in breeding seabirds: responses to fluctuations in their food supply

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    16. Davoren, GK
      Variability in foraging in response to changing prey distributions in rhinoceros auklets

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    17. Bilcik, B; Keeling, LJ
      Relationship between feather pecking and ground pecking in laying hens andthe effect of group size

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    18. Galindo, F; Broom, DM; Jackson, PGG
      A note on possible link between behaviour and the occurrence of lameness in dairy cows

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    19. Weeks, CA; Danbury, TD; Davies, HC; Hunt, P; Kestin, SC
      The behaviour of broiler chickens and its modification by lameness

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    20. Adams, PA; Robertson, GJ; Jones, IL
      Time-activity budgets of Harlequin Ducks molting in the Gannet Islands, Labrador

      CONDOR
    21. Duchesne, M; Cote, SD; Barrette, C
      Responses of woodland caribou to winter ecotourism in the Charlevoix Biosphere Reserve, Canada

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    22. Slotow, R; Coumi, N
      Vigilance in bronze mannikin groups: The contributions of predation risk and intra-group competition

      BEHAVIOUR
    23. Mallory, ML; Walton, RA; McNicol, DK
      Influence of intraspecific competition and habitat quality on diurnal activity budgets of breeding common goldeneyes

      ECOSCIENCE
    24. Anderson, KG; Kaplan, H; Lancaster, J
      Paternal care by genetic fathers and stepfathers I: Reports from Albuquerque men

      EVOLUTION AND HUMAN BEHAVIOR
    25. Echols, SL; Macintosh, DL; Hammerstrom, KA; Ryan, PB
      Temporal variability of microenvironmental time budgets in Maryland

      JOURNAL OF EXPOSURE ANALYSIS AND ENVIRONMENTAL EPIDEMIOLOGY
    26. Boyd, IL
      Foraging and provisioning in Antarctic fur seals: interannual variability in time-energy budgets

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY
    27. Artiss, T; Hochachka, WM; Martin, K
      Female foraging and male vigilance in white-tailed ptarmigan (Lagopus leucurus): opportunism or behavioural coordination?

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY
    28. Hemingway, CA
      Time budgets and foraging in a Malagasy primate: do sex differences reflect reproductive condition and female dominance?

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY
    29. Houston, RW
      The effects of fee pressure and client risk on audit seniors' time budget decisions

      AUDITING-A JOURNAL OF PRACTICE & THEORY
    30. Gist, WE; Davidson, RA
      An exploratory study of the influence of client factors on audit time budget variances

      AUDITING-A JOURNAL OF PRACTICE & THEORY
    31. Bekoff, M; Allen, C; Grant, MC
      Feeding decisions by Steller's jays (Cyanocitta stelleri): The utility of a logistic regression model for analyses of where, what, and with whom to eat

      ETHOLOGY
    32. Berger, A; Scheibe, KM; Eichhorn, K; Scheibe, A; Streich, J
      Diurnal and ultradian rhythms of behaviour in a mare group of Przewalski horse (Equus ferus przewalskii), measured through one year under semi-reserve conditions

      APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE
    33. Martrenchar, A
      Animal welfare and intensive production of turkey broilers

      WORLDS POULTRY SCIENCE JOURNAL
    34. Zador, SG; Piatt, JF
      Time-budgets of Common Murres at a declining and increasing colony in Alaska

      CONDOR
    35. Carmichael, NL; Walker, AW; Hughes, BO
      Laying hens in large necks in a perchery system: influence of stocking density on location, use of resources and behaviour

      BRITISH POULTRY SCIENCE
    36. Pravosudov, VV; Grubb, TC
      Effects of dominance on vigilance in avian social groups

      AUK
    37. Thomas, RJ
      Two tests of a stochastic dynamic programming model of daily singing routines in birds

      ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
    38. JOSHI H
      THE OPPORTUNITY COSTS OF CHILDBEARING - MORE THAN MOTHERS BUSINESS

      Journal of population economics
    39. FRANCOIS N; MILLS AD; FAURE JM
      PLACE PREFERENCES OF JAPANESE-QUAIL GIVEN A PERMANENT CHOICE BETWEEN A SOCIAL OR A NONSOCIAL BUT ENRICHED SITUATION

      Behavioural processes
    40. NIELSEN MG; WATT WB
      BEHAVIORAL FITNESS COMPONENT EFFECTS OF THE ALBA POLYMORPHISM OF COLIAS (LEPIDOPTERA, PIERIDAE) - RESOURCE AND TIME BUDGET ANALYSIS

      Functional ecology
    41. Martin, J; Avery, RA
      Effects of tail loss on the movement patterns of the lizard, Psammodromus algirus

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    42. BLUMSTEIN DT
      QUANTIFYING PREDATION RISK FOR REFUGING ANIMALS - A CASE-STUDY WITH GOLDEN MARMOTS

      Ethology
    43. DEEMING DC
      A NOTE ON EFFECTS OF GENDER AND TIME OF DAY ON THE WINTER TIME-ACTIVITY BUDGET OF ADULT OSTRICHES (STRUTHIO-CAMELUS) IN A FARMING ENVIRONMENT

      Applied animal behaviour science
    44. SHERWIN CM
      THE USE AND PERCEIVED IMPORTANCE OF 3 RESOURCES WHICH PROVIDE CAGED LABORATORY MICE THE OPPORTUNITY FOR EXTENDED LOCOMOTION

      Applied animal behaviour science
    45. KUNZ TH; ROBSON SK; NAGY KA
      ECONOMY OF HAREM MAINTENANCE IN THE GREATER SPEAR-NOSED BAT, PHYLLOSTOMUS-HASTATUS

      Journal of mammalogy
    46. FLEMING TH; NELSON AA; DALTON VM
      ROOSTING BEHAVIOR OF THE LESSER LONG-NOSED BAT, LEPTONYCTERIS-CURASOAE

      Journal of mammalogy
    47. DOLBY AS; GRUBB TC
      BENEFITS TO SATELLITE MEMBERS IN MIXED-SPECIES FORAGING GROUPS - AN EXPERIMENTAL-ANALYSIS

      Animal behaviour
    48. RUUSILA V; POYSA H
      SHARED AND UNSHARED PARENTAL INVESTMENT IN THE PRECOCIAL GOLDENEYE (AVES, ANATIDAE)

      Animal behaviour
    49. MCKEEGAN DEF; DEEMING DC
      EFFECTS OF GENDER AND GROUP-SIZE ON THE TIME-ACTIVITY BUDGETS OF ADULT BREEDING OSTRICHES (STRUTHIO-CAMELUS) IN A FARMING ENVIRONMENT

      Applied animal behaviour science
    50. DORAN D
      INFLUENCE OF SEASONALITY ON ACTIVITY PATTERNS, FEEDING-BEHAVIOR, RANGING, AND GROUPING PATTERNS IN TAI CHIMPANZEES

      International journal of primatology
    51. MARTIN J; SALVADOR A
      EFFECTS OF TAIL LOSS ON THE TIME-BUDGETS, MOVEMENTS, AND SPACING PATTERNS OF IBERIAN ROCK LIZARDS, LACERTA-MONTICOLA

      Herpetologica
    52. BEAUCHAMP G; LIVOREIL B
      THE EFFECT OF GROUP-SIZE ON VIGILANCE AND FEEDING RATE IN SPICE FINCHES (LONCHURA-PUNCTULATA)

      Canadian journal of zoology
    53. SCHAEFER JA; MESSIER F
      WINTER ACTIVITY OF MUSKOXEN IN RELATION TO FORAGING CONDITIONS

      Ecoscience
    54. ENGEL J
      CHOOSING AN APPROPRIATE SAMPLE INTERVAL FOR INSTANTANEOUS SAMPLING

      Behavioural processes
    55. BRONIKOWSKI AM; ALTMANN J
      FORAGING IN A VARIABLE ENVIRONMENT - WEATHER PATTERNS AND THE BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY OF BABOONS

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology
    56. OTLEY DT; PIERCE BJ
      THE OPERATION OF CONTROL-SYSTEMS IN LARGE AUDIT FIRMS

      Auditing
    57. OVERDORFF DJ
      ECOLOGICAL CORRELATES TO ACTIVITY AND HABITAT USE OF 2 PROSIMIAN PRIMATES - EULEMUR RUBRIVENTER AND EULEMUR FULVUS RUFUS IN MADAGASCAR

      American journal of primatology
    58. VANDIERENDONCK MC; BANDI N; BATDORJ D; DUGERLHAM S; MUNKHTSOG B
      BEHAVIORAL OBSERVATIONS OF REINTRODUCED TAKHI OR PRZEWALSKI HORSES (EQUUS-FERUS-PRZEWALSKII) IN MONGOLIA

      Applied animal behaviour science
    59. SHERWIN CM
      LABORATORY MICE PERSIST IN GAINING ACCESS TO RESOURCES - A METHOD OF ASSESSING THE IMPORTANCE OF ENVIRONMENTAL FEATURES

      Applied animal behaviour science
    60. HALL SJG; NEVEU H; SEMPERE AJ
      APPLICATION OF A NEW TECHNIQUE TO STUDYING THE GRAZING BEHAVIOR OF ROE DEER (CAPREOLUS-CAPREOLUS)

      Applied animal behaviour science
    61. HATFIELD BB; RATHBUN GB
      EVALUATION OF A FLIPPER-MOUNTED TRANSMITTER ON SEA OTTERS

      Wildlife Society bulletin
    62. WINCHELL JM; KUNZ TH
      DAY-ROOSTING ACTIVITY BUDGETS OF THE EASTERN PIPISTRELLE BAT, PIPISTRELLUS-SUBFLAVUS (CHIROPTERA, VESPERTILIONIDAE)

      Canadian journal of zoology
    63. WATTS BD
      SOCIAL STRATEGY AND COVER IN SAVANNA SPARROWS

      The Auk
    64. ROBERTS G
      WHY INDIVIDUAL VIGILANCE DECLINES AS GROUP-SIZE INCREASES

      Animal behaviour
    65. RUXTON GD
      FORAGING IN FLOCKS - NONSPATIAL MODELS MAY NEGLECT IMPORTANT COSTS

      Ecological modelling
    66. MARTELLA MB; RENISON D; NAVARRO JL
      VIGILANCE IN THE GREATER RHEA - EFFECTS OF VEGETATION HEIGHT AND GROUP-SIZE

      Journal of field ornithology
    67. MCDONNELL SM; HAVILAND JCS
      AGONISTIC ETHOGRAM OF THE EQUID BACHELOR BAND

      Applied animal behaviour science
    68. DREISIG H
      THERMOREGULATION AND FLIGHT ACTIVITY IN TERRITORIAL-MALE GRAYLINGS, HIPPARCHIA SEMELE (SATYRIDAE), AND LARGE SKIPPERS, OCHLODES VENATA (HESPERIIDAE)

      Oecologia
    69. KRAPU GL; REINECKE KJ; JORDE DG; SIMPSON SG
      SPRING-STAGING ECOLOGY OF MIDCONTINENT GREATER WHITE-FRONTED GEESE

      The Journal of wildlife management
    70. STILES FG
      BEHAVIORAL, ECOLOGICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF FORAGING FOR ARTHROPODS BY THE HUMMINGBIRDS OF A TROPICAL WET

      The Condor
    71. ZICUS MC; HENNES SK; RIGGS MR
      COMMON GOLDENEYE NEST ATTENDANCE PATTERNS

      The Condor
    72. RALLS K; HATFIELD BB; SINIFF DB
      FORAGING PATTERNS OF CALIFORNIA SEA OTTERS AS INDICATED BY TELEMETRY

      Canadian journal of zoology
    73. SLOTOW R; ROTHSTEIN SI
      INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL-STATUS, DISTANCE FROM COVER, AND GROUP-SIZE ON FEEDING AND VIGILANCE IN WHITE-CROWNED SPARROWS

      The Auk
    74. NSHOMBO M
      FORAGING BEHAVIOR OF THE SCALE-EATER PLECODUS-STRAELENI (CICHLIDAE, TELEOSTEI) IN LAKE TANGANYIKA, AFRICA

      Environmental biology of fishes
    75. DOROFF AM; DEGANGE AR
      SEA OTTER, ENHYDRA-LUTRIS, PREY COMPOSITION AND FORAGING SUCCESS IN THE NORTHERN KODIAK ARCHIPELAGO

      Fishery bulletin
    76. MICHOT TC; MOSER EB; NORLING W
      EFFECTS OF WEATHER AND TIDES ON FEEDING AND FLOCK POSITIONS OF WINTERING REDHEADS IN THE CHANDELEUR-SOUND, LOUISIANA

      Hydrobiologia
    77. WOODIN MC
      USE OF SALTWATER AND FRESH-WATER HABITATS BY WINTERING REDHEADS IN SOUTHERN TEXAS

      Hydrobiologia
    78. EVERS DC
      ACTIVITY BUDGETS OF A MARKED COMMON LOON (GAVIA-IMMER) NESTING POPULATION

      Hydrobiologia
    79. OWENSMITH N
      FORAGING RESPONSES OF KUDUS TO SEASONAL-CHANGES IN FOOD RESOURCES - ELASTICITY IN CONSTRAINTS

      Ecology
    80. POYSA H
      GROUP FORAGING, DISTANCE TO COVER AND VIGILANCE IN THE TEAL, ANAS-CRECCA

      Animal behaviour
    81. POYSA H
      GROUP FORAGING, DISTANCE TO COVER AND VIGILANCE IN THE TEAL, ANAS-CRECCA

      Animal behaviour
    82. WITTER MS; CUTHILL IC
      THE ECOLOGICAL COSTS OF AVIAN FAT STORAGE

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    83. ISBELL LA; YOUNG TP
      SOCIAL AND ECOLOGICAL INFLUENCES ON ACTIVITY BUDGETS OF VERVET MONKEYS, AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR GROUP LIVING

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology
    84. WHITEHOUSE MEA; JACKSON RR
      GROUP-STRUCTURE AND TIME BUDGETS OF ARGYRODES-ANTIPODIANA (ARANEAE, THERIDIIDAE), A KLEPTOPARASITIC SPIDER FROM NEW-ZEALAND

      New Zealand journal of zoology
    85. SEMIADI G; MUIR PD; BARRY TN; VELTMAN CJ; HODGSON J
      GRAZING PATTERNS OF SAMBAR DEER (CERVUS-UNICOLOR) AND RED DEER (CERVUS-ELAPHUS) IN CAPTIVITY

      New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research
    86. CHAPPELL MA; SHOEMAKER VH; JANES DN; MALONEY SK; BUCHER TL
      ENERGETICS OF FORAGING IN BREEDING ADELIE PENGUINS

      Ecology
    87. WHITTINGHAM LA
      EFFECTS OF NESTLING PROVISIONING ON THE TIME-ACTIVITY BUDGETS OF MALERED-WINGED BLACKBIRDS

      The Condor
    88. COLAGROSS AML; COCKBURN A
      VIGILANCE AND GROUPING IN THE EASTERN GRAY KANGAROO, MACROPUS-GIGANTEUS

      Australian journal of zoology
    89. MOORING MS; HART BL
      ANIMAL GROUPING FOR PROTECTION FROM PARASITES - SELFISH HERD AND ENCOUNTER-DILUTION EFFECTS

      Behaviour


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