Warblers of the Reed

Most magnificient birds of world - reed warblers


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N. J. Bayly2007Extreme fattening by sedge warblers, Acrocephalus schoenobaenus, is not triggered by food availability alone
C. Bolshakov, Bulyuk, V., Chernetsov, N.2003Spring nocturnal migration of Reed Warblers Acrocephalus scirpaceus: departure, landing and body condition
N. Chernetsov, Titov N.2001Movement patterns of European Reed Warblers Acrocephalus scirpaceus and Sedge Warblers A. schoenobaenus before and during autumn migration
B. Hansson, Bensch, S., Hasselquist, D., Nielsen, B.2002Restricted dispersal in a long-distance migrant bird with patchy distribution, the great reed warbler
D. Hasselquist, Bensch, S., von Schantz, T.1996Correlation between male song repertoire, extra-pair paternity and offspring survival in the great reed warbler
A. Hedenström, Bensch, S., Hasselquist, D., LOCKWOOD, M. A. R. Y., Ottosson, U.1993Migration, stopover and moult of the great reed warbler Acrocephalus arundinaceus in Ghana, West Africa
V. V. Ivanitskii, Marova, I. M., Kvartal'nov, P. V.2002Structure and dynamics of multispecies reed warbler community Acrocephalus (Passeriformes, Sylviidae) in steppe lakes
P. J. Jones1995Migration strategies of Palearctic passerines in Africa
S. {\ AA}kesson1993Effect of geomagnetic field on orientation of the marsh warbler, Acrocephalus palustris, in Sweden and Kenya
S. {\ AA}kesson, Walinder, G., Karlsson, L., Ehnbom, S.2002Nocturnal migratory flight initiation in reed warblers Acrocephalus scirpaceus: effect of wind on orientation and timing of migration
C. Marchetti, Zehtindjiev P.2009Migratory orientation of sedge warblers (Acrocephalus schoenobaenus) in relation to eating and exploratory behaviour.
D. J. Pain, Green, R. E., Giebetaing, B., Kozulin, A., Poluda, A., Ottosson, U., Flade, M., Hilton, G. M.2004Using stable isotopes to investigate migratory connectivity of the globally threatened aquatic warbler Acrocephalus paludicola.
W. I. L. L. PEACH, Baillie, S., Underhill, L.1991Survival of British Sedge Warblers Acrocephalus schoenobaenus in relation to west African rainfall
I. G. A. R. C. Í. A. Peiró2003Intraspecific variation in the wing shape of the long-distance migrant Reed Warbler Acrocephalus scirpaceus: effects of age and distance of migration
M. Schaub, Jenni L.2000Fuel deposition of three passerine bird species along the migration route
K. Wojczulanis-Jakubas, Jakubas, D., Foucher, J., Dziarska-Pałac, J., Dugué, H.2013Differential autumn migration of the aquatic warbler Acrocephalus paludicola.
R. Yosef, Chernetsov N.2005Longer is fatter: body mass changes of migrant Reed Warblers (Acrocephalus scirpaceus) staging at Eilat, Israel
P. Zehtindjiev, Ilieva, M., AA}kesson, S. {\2010Autumn orientation behaviour of paddyfield warblers, Acrocephalus agricola, from a recently expanded breeding range on the western Black Sea coast
S. Åkesson, Odin, C., Hegedüs, R., Ilieva, M., Sjöholm, C., Farkas, A., Horváth, G.2014Testing avian compass calibration: comparative experiments with diurnal and nocturnal passerine migrants in South Sweden.
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