The INSTITUTE for BIRD POPULATIONS
BIRD POPULATIONS JOURNAL

Table of Contents: Volume 5 - 1999-2000

Author(s)Title
Ted FloydA New Method for Time Series Analysis of Long-Term Bird Population Data
Katie M. Dugger, John Faaborg, and Wayne J. ArendtRainfall Correlates of Bird Populations and Survival Rateds in a Puerto Rican Dry Forest
Annual Reports of the Major Avian Biomonitoring Program Introduction to the 1997 and 1998 Annual Reports
Keith L. Pardieck and John R. SauerHE 1995-1999 SUMMARY OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BREEDING BIRD SURVEY
David F. DeSante and Danielle R. O'GradyThe Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program 1997 and 1998 Report
John Faaborg, Wayne J. Arendt, and Katie M. DuggerTHE Guanica, Puerto Rico, Bird Monitoring Project
John Marchant, Andy Wilson, and David GlueChanges in Breeding Bird Populations 1996-97
Richard Bashford and Richard GregoryThe Breeding Bird Survey: 1996-1997 Report
Dawn Balmer and Will PeachRed-listed Species Continue to Decline on Constant Effort Sites
David GlueNesting Crossbills and Woodlarks Propser, Capercaillies and Swifts Catch a Chill
David GlueSiskins Star - But Where are the House Sparrows
John Marchant, Fiona Sanderson, and David GlueChanges in Breeding Bird Populations, 1997-98
Richard BashfordThe Breeding Bird Survey: The First Five Years
John MarchantBBS Methods Successfully Used on Waterways
Dawn Balmer and Chris WernhamMany Long-Term Declines Continue on Constant Effort Sites
David Glue and Frances BowmanNesting Woodlarks and Stonechats Thrive as Flycatcher adn Tits Take a Tumble
Humphrey Crick, Mike Raven, Peter Beaven, Caroline Dudley, and David GlueBreeding Trends From Nest Records Leads to New Alerts for Declining Species
David GlueGoldfinches and Jackdaws Liven Winter Birdtables
Errata
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