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ALERSTAM: Bird Migration

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DRICKAMER & DEWSBURY: Leaders In Animal Behavior: The Second Generation

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BENNETT & OWENS: Evoloutionary Ecology of Birds

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BERTHOLD: Bird Migration: A General Survey

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BIRKHEAD & MØLLER: Sperm Competition and Sexual Selection

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WESTNEAT & FOX: Evolutionary Behavioral Ecology

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BROOKS: Free Radicals: The Secret Anarchy of Science

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BROWN: Evolution of Behavior

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BUTLER & MERTON: The Black Robin: Saving the World’s Most Endangered Bird

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TEMPLE: Endangered Birds: Management Techniques For Preserving Threatened Species

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