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BIRD POPULATIONS JOURNAL

Table of Contents: Volume 3 - 1995-1996

Author(s)Title
David A. Haukos and Kevin E. ChurchEvaluation of Time-Seris Analysis to Forecast Population Indices of Greater Prairie Chickens in Kansas
Benoît Jobin, Jean-Luc desGranges, and Céline BoutinComparison of BBS and Intensive Survyes at Selected BBS Stops
Briane E. SharpAvian Population Trends in the Pacific Northwest
Annual Reports of Major Avian Biomonitoring Programs Introduction to the 1993-94 Annual Reports
Bruce G. Peterjohn, John R. Sauer, and William A. LinkThe 1994 and 1995 Summary of the North American Breeding Bird Survey
David F. DeSante, Kenneth M. Burton, and Danielle R. O'GradyThe Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program Fourth and Fifth Annual Reports (1993 and 1994)
John Marchant and Dawn BalmerCommon Bird Census: 1992-1993 Index Report
John Marchant and Andy WilsonCommon Bird Census: 1993-1994 Index Report
John Marchant and Dawn BalmerWaterways Bird Survey: 1992-93 Population Changes
John Marchant and Andy WilsonWaterways Bird Survey: 1993-94 Population Changes
Richard Gregory and Steve CarterResults from the Pilot Census Project
Richard Gregory and Richard BashfordResults from the 1994 Breeding Bird Survey
Will Peach and Stephen BailliePopulation Changes on Constant Effort Sites 1992-1993
Will Peach and Stephen BailliePopulation Changes on Constant Effort Sites 1993-1994
Humphrey Crick, Caroline Dudley, and David GlueNesting in 1993
Humphrey Crick, Caroline Dudley, and David GlueNesting in 1994
David GlueSiskings Arrive Early on Orange Peanut Bags as House Sparrows Numbers Decline
David GlueGoldfinches Grace More Gardens; Song Thrushes Become Scarcer
Ray Waters and Peter CranswickWaders and Wildfowl in Winter 1994-95
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