Populations and Local Extinctions of Birds on Barro Colorado Island, Panama
A 1960—71 study of populations of color—banded ant—following antbirds of three species on a tropical—forested lowland reserve, Barro Colorado Island, showed that the small species remained stable at about 20 pairs/km2, but the medium and large species declined, with no clear reasons for declines.
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New Records of Birds from the Hawaiian Leeward lslands
THE ROLE OF INTRODUCED DISEASES IN THE EXTINCTION OF THE ENDEMIC HAWAIIAN AVIFAUNA
The endemic land avifauna, a unique assemblage of forest birds, was not exempt from these effects of "discovery" and has suffered extinction of nearly half its total species, and restriction of the remainder as remnant populations to a few high-mountain forest sanctuaries.
A brief history of exotic game bird and mammal introductions into Hawaii , with a look to the fu ture
Arthropoda Associated with a Nest of the Hawaiian Crow
While doing ecological studies of the Hawaiian Crow, a nest found under construction in the Puuanahulu Game Management Area, was observed periodically until April 26, 1964, and at least 11 genera of arthropods had come to use it for foraging, for temporary refuge, or for rearing of young.
Airplane-Albatross Collisions on Midway Atoll
The purpose of this report is to evaluate the controls being used, especially those activities that result in decreases in the populations of the albatrosses and in the destruction of their ancient nesting sites, but not those methods which only frighten the birds away from a part of the island.