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CODED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF TROPICAL PACIFIC BIRDS, A-L

Constantly updated, most recent entries August 2012


Search Codes:

AP = Anatomy and Physiology

BD = Biogeography/distribution

CS = Conservation, status, and management

DP = Diseases, parasites, and predators

EC = Ecology

ED = Exploration and discovery

EN = Endangered species

EV = Evolution and systematics

EX = Extinct birds

FA = Faunal studies, surveys, birder reports, and checklists

FG = Field guides, family guides, and similar publications

HC = Birds in culture and history; ornithologists and birders

HH = Hawaiian honeycreepers (Drepanidinae)

ID = Field identification

IN = Introduced birds and invasive species

LH = Life history studies, breeding biology

PA = Paleontology/archaeology

PP = Popular press articles (including internet)

RC = Records of birds

SE = Seabirds

SH = Shorebirds

TX = Taxonomy and nomenclature

WF = Waterfowl



A
Anon. 1871. The museum (illustrated). Appleton’s Journal 5(93):27-28. [Tooth-billed Pigeon]
Anon. 1893. Birds of the Hawaiian Islands. Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Catalog 4:5-13.
Anon. 1901. Game birds. Paradise of the Pacific 14(5):9. IN PP
Anon. 1901. Woodpeckers wanted. Paradise of the Pacific 14(11):19. IN PP
Anon. 1901. Mocking-birds. Paradise of the Pacific 14(9):11. IN PP
Anon. 1902a. Hawaiian Geese.. Paradise of the Pacific 15(6):11. CS, WF PP
Anon. 1902b. Woodpeckers for Hawaii. Paradise of the Pacific 15(1):13. IN PP
Anon. 1904a. A desirable bird. Paradise of the Pacific 17(11):18. [Roadrunner] IN PP
Anon. 1904b. Protect the island birds. Paradise of the Pacific 17(8):9. CS PP
Anon. 1904c. [Rules and regulations for importation of birds into Hawaii.] Hawaiian Forestry and Agriculture 1:295-297. IN
Anon. 1905a. The sparrow pest. Paradise of the Pacific 18(11):15-16. IN PP
Anon. 1905b. Turkeys in Hawaii. Paradise of the Pacific 18(3):20. IN PP
Anon. 1905c. Plover’s summer food. Paradise of the Pacific 19(5):23. SH PP
Anon. 1907. Domesticating island quail. Paradise of the Pacific 20(4):18. IN PP
Anon. 1908a. Albatross on Laysan Island. Paradise of the Pacific 11:15. SE PP
Anon. 1908b. Midway Islands. Paradise of the Pacific 21(6):20-21. [Introduction of Laysan Rail] PP
Anon. 1908c. Protect the pheasants. Paradise of the Pacific 21(1):9. PP
Anon. 1910a. Notes and news. Auk 27:243-244. [Report on albatross poaching on Laysan.] PP
Anon. 1910b. Government claims skins. Pacific Commercial Advertiser, Honolulu, February 15, 1910. [Albatrosses confiscated on Laysan.] PP
Anon. 1910c. Pieces from the log of the Thetis. Paradise of the Pacific 23(2):9-12. PP
Anon. 1914. The introduction of birds. Hawaiian Planters’ Record 11:309-310. IN
Anon. 1915. Lord of the treasury. Paradise of the Pacific 28(3):19-21. [Feather cloaks.] HC PP
Anon. 1922. Birds for Hawaii. The Friend 91:225-226. IN PP
Anon. 1926. Willie Wag-tail introduced. Hawaiian Forestry and Agriculture 23:3. IN PP
Anon. 1929. To save the Ne-ne. Hawaiian Almanac and Annual for 1930:130. WF, CS PP
Anon. 1930. Senator McInerny and the birds. The Friend 100:74. IN PP
Anon. 1932. The Hawaiian Goose. Hawaiian Forestry and Agriculture 29:95-96. WF, EN PP
Anon. 1934. Birds of Hawaii (Hui Manu Project). Nature 133:129. IN PP
Anon. 1937. Exotic birds of Hawaii. Paradise of the Pacific 49(12):29. IN PP
Anon. 1937. Laysan Island—City and County of Honolulu. Paradise of the Pacific 49(9):20, 31. PP
Anon. 1938. New birds for Tahiti. Pacific Islands Monthly 9(3):1. PP
Anon. 1940. List of Fijian birds. Trans. Fiji Society, 2(1):39-45.
Anon. 1941. Rats-crabs-birds; how PAA unwittingly upset nature's balance at Wake Island. Pacific Islands Monthly 12(3):68. EX PP
Anon. 1942. Nomenclature of Brazilian Cardinal. Elepaio 3:24. IN TX
Anon. 1943. Overseas birds for birdless Tahiti. Pacific Islands Monthly 14(5):23-24. PP
Anon. 1944. Pintails at Palmyra. Elepaio 4:36.
Anon. 1945. [Iiwi picture and notes.] Natural History 54:cover and 51. PP
Anon. 1945. With the colors. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Audubon Society 29: 221-222.
Anon. 1951. Rare Laysan Duck may be effecting comeback. Honolulu Star-Bulletin, July 30, 1951 (3):4. CS WF PP
Anon. 1953. Hui Manu. Elepaio 14:11-14.
Anon. 1960. Bird thought extinct sighted in Kokee area. Honolulu Advertiser, July 28, 1960. PP EX
Anon. 1960. First Hawaii O’o [sic] birds in 60 years sighted by scientists at Kokee, Kauai. Honolulu Star-Bulletin, July 29, 1960. PP EX
Anon. 1960. 10 Ooaa, other rare birds seen on Kauai. Honolulu Star-Bulletin, September 1, 1960. EN HH PP EX
Anon. 1960. Visiting ornithologists make important finds. The Garden Island (Lihue, Kauai), 3 August 1960. [Kauai Oo] PP EX
Anon. 1966a. Rare birds. Honolulu Star-Bulletin, July 21, 1966: A-4. [Laysan Finch and Laysan Duck breed in Honolulu Zoo.] CS WF HH PP
Anon. 1966b. Hawaii’s other islands. Honolulu Star-Bulletin, December 20, 1966: D6:1. [Laysan] PP
Anon. 1970. Hui Manu. Elepaio 31:24-28.
Anon. 1973. In rain forest: Unique bird is found on Maui. The Maui News, 29 December 1973:A1. [Po‘o-uli] PP HH
Anon. 1974. New species of bird, first in a decade. Science News 105:22. HH [Po‘o-uli]
Anon. 1974. New honeycreeper bird is found in Hawaiian forest. The New York Times, 6 January 1974:55. [Po‘o-uli] HH PP
Anon. 1976. Hawaiian bird survey yields mixed results. Endangered Species Technical Bulletin 1:1-2. FA
Anon. 1976. Special report: birds of Hawaii. Endangered Species Technical Bulletin 1: supplement. CS
Anon. 1982. The Nature Conservancy in Hawaii. Nature Conservancy News 32:18-23. HC PP
Anon. 1984. Recovery plans approved for Hawaiian wildlife. Endangered Species Technical Bulletin 9(4):1, 4-10. CS HH
Anon. 1985. Plan approved for three songbirds of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. Endangered Species Technical Bulletin 10(2): 8-10. CS, HH
Anon. 1987. Bird-eating snake threatens Hawaii. ‘Elepaio 47: 7. CS HI
Anon. 1987. Status of native Hawaiian birds: 25 gone and 20 going. AAV Today (Association of Avian Veterinarians) 1: 105. PP
Anon. 1990. "Islands" bird watching. Continental Air Micronesia's Islands 9: 16-17. [2-page montage based on U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service posters by H. D. Pratt.] PP
Anon. 1991. Hawaii's extinction crisis: a call to action. Hawaii State Dept. Land and Natural Resources, USFWS, and The Nature Conservancy of Hawaii, Honolulu. CS
Anon. 1992. Martin Chasseur Venere. Te Manu 2:5. [Todirhamphus venerata]
Anon. 1992. Tourterelle Striee. Te Manu 3:4. [Geopelia striata] IN
Anon. 1992. Researchers discover first known nests for endangered Crested Honeycreeper at Waikamoi Preserve on Maui. ‘Elepaio 52:33. HH
Anon. 1993. Bulbul a Ventre Rouge. Te Manu 4:4. [Pycnonotus cafer] IN
Anon. 1993. Paille en queue a brins rouges. Te Manu 5:4. [Phaethon rubricauda] SE
Anon. 1993. Marouette fuligeneuse. Ta Manu 6:4. [Porzana tabuensis]
Anon. 1994. Fauvette à long bec. Te Manu 7:4. [Acrocephalus caffer]
Anon. 1994. Les Albatros en Polynesie Francaise. Te Manu 8:3 (unnumbered). BD SE
Anon. 1994. Coucou de Nouvelle-Zelande. Te Manu 8:5 (unnumbered). [Eudynamis taitensis]
Anon. 1994b. Pihiti – Vini ultramarina – Lori des Marquises. Te Manu 9:2 (unnumbered). NH
Anon. 1994c. Rapaces introduits: eperviers-hiboux. Te Manu 9:2-3 (unnumbered). IN
Anon. 1994d. Busard de Gould. Te Manu 9:4 (unnumbered). [Circus approximans]
Anon. 1995. Observations ornithologiques. Te Manu 10:1-2. [Bar-tailed Godwit, Polynesian Ground Dove]
Anon. 1995. Carpophage des Marquises. Te Manu 10:5. [Ducula galeata]
Anon. 1995. Observations ornithologiques. Te Manu 11:1-2. [Stercorarius pomarinus]
Anon. 1995. Petrel de Tahiti. Te Manu 11:7. [Pterodroma rostrata]
Anon. 1995. Observations ornithologiques. Te Manu 12:1-2.
Anon. 1995. Zosterops. Te Manu 12:5. [Z. lateralis] IN
Anon. 1995. Observations ornithologiques. Te Manu 13:3.
Anon. 1995. Les oiseaux de Fangataufa (Suite et fin). Te Manu 13:2. FA
Anon. 1995. Lori de Rimatara. Te Manu 13:5. [Vini kuhlii]
Anon. 1996. Observations ornithologiques. Te Manu 14:1-2. [Puffinus tenuirostris = griseus]
Anon. 1996. L’oiseau sur la branche: Martin triste. Te Manu 14:7. [Acridotheres tristis] IN
Anon. 1996. Les oiseaux protégés. Te Manu 15:2-4. [French Polynesia]
Anon. 1996. L’oiseau sur la branche: Martin-chasseur de Polynèsie. Te Manu 15:8. [Todirhamphus tuta]
Anon. 1996. Observations ornithologiques. Te Manu 16:1-2. [Motane] RC
Anon. 1996. Les canards de Polynèsie. Te Manu 16:3-4. [ducks] WF
Anon. 1996. L’oiseau sur la branche: Canard a sourcil. Te Manu 16:8. [Anas poecilorhyncha]
Anon. 1996. Le courlis d’Alaska (kivi). Te Manu 17:5. [Numenius tahitiensis] SH
Anon. 1996. L’oiseau sur la branche: Courlis d’Alaska. Te Manu 17:8. [Numenius tahitiensis] SH
Anon. 1996. Ga‘karisu. Latte Magazine, January 1996:112. [Nightingale Reed-Warbler] PP
Anon. 1996. Pulattat. Latte Magazine, February 1996:100. [Common Moorhen] PP
Anon. 1996. Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge created. Pacific Seabirds 23:39-40. CS
Anon. 1997. Observations ornithologiques. Te Manu 18:1-2. [Sanderling]
Anon. 1997. En bref. Te Manu 18:4. [Puffinus griseus]
Anon. 1997. Lori des Marquises. Te Manu 18:7. [Vini ultramarina]
Anon. 1997. Observations ornithologiques. Te Manu 19:1-2. [ Prosobonia cancellatus on Niau, Acridotheres tristis on Ua Pou and Nuku Hiva]
Anon. 1997. Becasseau Polynésien. Te Manu 19:9. [Aechmorhynchus cancellatus]
Anon. 1997. A backward turn for Midway; U. S. military is returning the historic islands to the birds. Los Angeles Times 30 June 1997, p. 4. SE CS PP
Anon. 1998. Public awareness and conservation in the South Pacific: a profile of the Palau Conservation Society. Society for Conservation Biology Newsletter 5(4):1,6. CS HC
Anon. 1999a. The Po‘ouli - a newly discovered species on the verge of extinction. The Hawai‘i Conserver 50(1):4-5. HH, CS
Anon. 1999b. Rescue Plan for USA’s rarest bird released. Bird Calls (American Bird Conservancy Newsletter) 3(2):3. HH CS PP
Anon. 1999c. 59 years with the Hawaii Audubon Society. ‘Elepaio 59:1. HC
Anon. 1999d. Depart [sic] of Land and Natural Resources announces its recommendations to prevent the extinction of the Po‘ouli. ‘Elepaio 59:3, 5. HH CS
Anon. 1999e. First captive Puaiohi released to the wild. ‘Elepaio 59:13. CS
Anon. 1999f. Wild Maui Parrotbill egg hatched in captivity. ‘Elepaio 59:29. HH, CS
Anon. 1999h. Recently released Puaiohi hatch first chicks. ‘Elepaio 59:39-40. CS
Anon. 2000. Remembering one of Hawaii’s extinct birds: The Kona Grosbeak. Coffee Times 58:29. HH EX CS
Anon. 2000. Crytozoologie: Porphyrio paepae (suite). Te Manu 32: 6.
Anon. 2000. San Diego Zoo gets contract to care for Hawai’is rare birds. Environment Hawai‘i 11(6):10. HH CS PP
Anon. 2000. Hawaiian legislature bills to allow study of cat colonies on state land. Bird Calls (American Bird Conservancy) 4(1):1-2. CS PP
Anon. 2000. Light affects Hawaiian Petrels. Oryx 34:97.
Anon. 2000. Disease killing endangered birds at Keälia refuge. Maui News. 13 October 2000, p. B3. EN CS PP
Anon. 2000. Rains help to save birds stricken at Maui pond, no casualties found after recent deluge. Maui News 29 November. 2000, p. B4. EN CS PP
Anon. 2001. Noms d’oiseaux… Te Manu 35:5-6. HC
Anon. 2001. The proposed O‘ahu Forest National Wildlife Refuge. ‘Elepaio 61:37-42. CS
Anon. 2001. Observations ornithologiques. Te Manu 36:1. [Ducula galeata, Acrocephalus rimatarae] RC
Anon. 2001. Nouvelles des gallicolombes de la société. Te Manu 36:2-3. [Gallicolumba]
Anon. 2001. Un projet pour le pihiti? Te Manu 36:3. [Vini ultramarina]
Anon. 2001. Tangara a Dos Rouge. Te Manu 36:9. [Ramphocelus dimidiatus]
Anon. 2001. Observations ornithologiques. Te Manu 37:1-3.
Anon. 2001. Observations ornithologiques. Te Manu 38:1-3. RC
Anon. 2002. The natural history and geographical distribution of the Black-footed Albatross. ‘Elepaio 62:107, 109-111. SE
Anon. 2002. Observations ornithologiques. Te Manu 39:2. [Gallicolumba erythroptera] RC
Anon. 2002. Dans les Iles Australes. Te Manu 39:2-5. FA
Anon. 2002. Observations ornithologiques. Te Manu 40:1-2. [Prosobonia cancellata, Limosa lapponica, Ducula galeata] CS RC
Anon. 2002. Programme Pihiti. Te Manu 40:2-3. [Vini ultramarina] CS
Anon. 2002. Archipel des Tuamotu: critique. Te Manu 40:7-8. RC CS
Anon. 2002. Observations ornithologiques. Te Manu 41:2-3. [Diomedia eremita, Macronectes giganticus] CS
Anon. 2002. Sauvetage de gallicolombes: Mission reussie aux Iles Acteon. Te Manu 41:6-7. CS [Gallicolumba erythroptera]
Anon. 2002. Koteuteu – Martin-chasseur de Niau – Todiramphus gambieri. Te Manu 41:7-8. CS
Anon. 2002. Special visitor in Nauru. Naoero Bulletin 19/02:5. [Australian Pelican]
Anon. 2003. Albatross from Tern Island found on Hokkaido beach. Pacific Seabirds 30:18. SE
Anon. 2003. Saving the Po’ouli [sic]—A Critically endangered Hawaiian forest bird. ArcNews winter 2002/2003:36ff. www.esri.com/arcnews/winter0203articles.saving-the-poouli.html HH CS PP
Anon. 2003. First Kakerori fledglings on Atiu. World Birdwatch 25(1):9. CS EN PP

Anon. 2004. Encore un oiseau mystérieux de Gauguin. Te Manu 47: 2.


Anon. 2004. “Last ditch” effort to save Po‘ouli. ‘Elepaio 64:49, 53. CS, HH
Anon. 2004. Laysan Duck translocation project. ‘Elepaio 64:49. CS, WF
Anon. 2004. Common birds of Hawai‘i. Bess Press, Honolulu. [Folding field card.]
Anon. 2004. Japan-Hawaii sea turtle and seabird experiment (JHSTSE). Pacific Islands Fishery News, Winter 2004:4.
Anon. 2005. Rare bird released to wild. Honolulu Star-Bulletin 18 Feb. 2005. [Puaiohi] CS EN PP
Anon. 2005. One more Hawaiian bird may be gone. Wildlife Conservation 108(2):[page]. [Poo-uli]
Anon. 2005. Public asked to help disoriented seabirds. Maui News 12 October 2005. http://www.mauinews.com/story.aspx?id=13231 SE CS PP
Anon. 2005. Major setback for Rarotonga Monarch. World Birdwatch 28(1):3. CS EN
Anon. 2006. “Insurance” against extinction for U. S.’s rarest duck. ‘Elepaio 66:1-2. WF EN CS
Anon. 2006. Shearwaters focus of talk. Maui News 13 April 2006. http://www.mauinews.com/story.aspx?id=18669 SE
Anon. 2006. Bird project set for launch. Fiji Times, 18 April 2006. CS
Anon. 2006. Rota bird conservation to cost $806K to $4.4M. Saipan Tribune 16(30) 10 May 2006. http://www.saipantribune.com/newsstory.aspx?cat=1&newsID=57273 [Rota White-eye] CS EN
Anon. 2006. Move to save Pacific birds. Fiji Times, 29 August 2006. http://www.fijitimes.com/print.aspx?id=47344 CS EN
Anon. 2006. Endangered Samoan bird is Pacific Games mascot. Fijivillage.com, 14 September 2006. http://www.fijivillage.com/artman/publish/article_32675.shtml [Tooth-billed Pigeon] EN

Anon. 2006. Critical habitat designated for Rota bird. Saipan Tribune 16(264), 15 September 2006. http://www.saipantribune.com/newsstory.aspx?cat=1&newsID=61136 [Rota White-eye] CS EN


Anon. 2006. Guam Rail, extinct in the wild for 22 years, to be reintroduced to Guam. Wildlife Extra http://www.wildlifeextra.com/guam-rail293.html downloaded 29 January 2008. EN CS
Anon. 2006. Observations ornithologiques. Te Manu 56:1-3. [Macronectes giganteus, Todiramphus godeffroyi]
Anon. 2006. Sept jours aux Marquises. Te Manu 56:4. [photos]
Anon. 2006. Nouveaux timbres des oiseaux de Polynésie. Te Manu 56:8. HC [postage stamps]
Anon. 2006. L’oiseau sur la branche: Fou Brun. Te Manu 56:9. [Brown Booby] SE
Anon. 2006. Observations ornithologiques. Te Manu 57:1-2. [Northern Shoveler, Bar-tailed Godwit]
Anon. 2007. Saving Hawaii’s endangered birds from West Nile Virus. Kaunana 1(2):7. DP
Anon. 2007. Hawaii Audubon Society’s Freeman Seabird Preserve. ‘Elepaio 67:59-60. CS SE
Anon. 2007. White Tern named the official city and county bird. Na leo o ka ‘aina (Newsletter of the Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources Division of Forestry and Wildlife) 3(1):16. SE HC
Anon. 2007. The Micronesia Challenge: island partnership for natural resources conservation. Office of Environmental Response and Coordination, Office of the President, Republic of Palau, Koror. CS HC
Anon. 2007. Lorikeet reintroduced to Atiu after 15 years of research and planning. Cook Islands News, 12 May 2007: 11. CS PP
Anon. 2007. Environnement : Un oiseau endémique de Polynésie, le Lori de Rimatara, transplanté aux Cook. Agence Tahitienne de Presse, 17 May 2007. CS PP
Anon. 2007. Faune : Le Lori de Rimatara réintroduit aux Cook. La Dépêche de Tahiti, 23 Ma7 2007: 20. CS PP
Anon. 2007. Observations ornithologiques. Te Manu 58:1-2. [Pterodroma neglecta] RC
Anon. 2007. La liste des Zones Importantes pour les oiseaux de Polynésie Française: Trente sites prioritaires pour notre avifaune. Te Manu 58:9-10. CS
Anon. 2007. L’oiseau sur la branche: Gallicolombe erythroptere. Te Manu 58:15. [Gallicolumba erythroptera]
Anon. 2007. Observations ornithologiques. Te Manu 59:2.
Anon. 2007. L’oiseau sur la branche: Petrel a poitrine blanche. Te Manu 59:16. [Pterodroma alba]
Anon. 2007. Observations ornithologiques. Te Manu 60:2. [Macronectes sp.]
Anon. 2007. L’oiseau sur la branche: Rousserolle de Rimatara. Te Manu 60:11. [Acrocephalus rimitarae]
Anon. 2007. Observations ornithologiques. Te Manu 61:2.
Anon. 2007. Prospection á Nuku Hiva (Marquises). Te Manu 61:3.
Anon. 2007. Amelioration des connaissances et protection des oiseaux marins de Polynésie. Te Manu 61:3-4. SE
Anon. 2007. L’oiseau sur la branche: Petrel de Murphy. Te Manu 61:12.
Anon. 2008. Hirondelle de Tahiti. Te Manu 63:16. [Tahiti Swallow]
Anon. 2008. [Obituary] David Harold Woodside. Honolulu Advertiser, 13 July 2008.
Anon. [2008 undated]. Checklist of birds in the national parks of Hawai‘i. Hawai‘i Natural History Association.
Anon. 2008. Continental Micronesia returns endangered birds to Guam. Pacific Magazine 13 September 2008. http://www.pacificmagazine.net/news/2008/09/13/continental-micronesia-returns-endangered-birds-to-guam?printview=1 [Guam Kingfisher] EN CS
Anon. 2009. Results of Audubon’s 109th annual Christmas Bird Count. ‘Elepaio 69:31-34.
Anon. 2009. Grants to support Maui parrotbill research. The Maui News 21 April 2009.
Anon. 2009. Conservationists: Be aware of nesting birds. The Maui News 25 April 2009. CS SE
Anon. 2011. Smithsonian scientists confirm new species of seabird discovered in the Hawaiian Islands. Smithsonian’s National Zoo Press Releases 26 August 2011, http://nationalzoo.si.edu/Publications/PressMaterials/PressReleases/NZP/2011/shearwater.cfm. EV TX SE
Anon. 2011. Honeycreeper history: scientists map family tree of endemic species. West Hawaii Today 20 October 2011. [Composite illustration by Pratt] PP HH EV
Anon. 2012. Bird-watchers revel in unusual spike in snowy Owl sightings. New York Times, 23 January 2012, A11. [Mentions Honolulu bird] PP RC
Anon. 2012. Owl’s killing is defended as necessary for air safety. Honolulu Star Advertiser, 25 January 2012, B1. PP RC
Anon. 2012. Group seeks protection for iiwi bird. Honolulu Star Advertiser, 25 January 2012, B3. CS HH EN
Anon. 2012. Cultural practitioners, biologists celebrate release of puaiohi into the wild. The Garden Island, 12 February 2012. Available at http://thegardenisland.com/news/local/cultural-practitioners-biologists-celebrate-release-of-puaiohi-into-the-wild/article_50b4980a-5a11-11e1-a852-0019bb2963f4.html.
Anon. 2012. ‘Extinct’ seabird rediscoverd in Japan’s Ogasawara Islands. The Mainichi Daily News, 8 February 2012. http://mdn.mainichi.jp/mdnnews/news/20120208p2a00m0na013000c.html. [Bryan’s Shearwater]
Anon. 2012. Study shows more rare Hawaiian birds may be developing immunity to deadly diseases. Bird Conservation Fall 2012:8. HH PP
Abbott, J. M. 1971. Identification of Black-headed Gull vis-a-vis Bonaparte's Gull in winter. Birding 3: a. ID SE
Abood, H. 1959. Rare Laysan Teal thrive on tiny isle. Honolulu Star-Bulletin, May 20, 1959:D-11. HI WF EN CS PP
Adamczyk, K. J., T. E. McQuistion, and D. A. LaPointe. 2004. A new coccidian parasite, Isospora samoaensis, from the Wattled Honeyeater (Foulehaio carunculata) from American Samoa. Acta Protozoologica 43: 1-3. DP
Adams, J., and S. Flora. 2010. Correlating seabird movements with ocean winds: linking satellite telemetry with ocean scatterometry. Marine Biology 157:915-929. SE BD [Hawaiian Petrel, Black-footed Albatross]
Adamson, A.M. 1939. Review of the fauna of the Marquesas Islands and discussion of its origin. Bernice P. Bishop Museum Bulletin 159:1-93. FA
Addison, J. A., and A. W. Diamond. 2011. Population genetics and effective population size of the critically endangered Nihoa Millerbird (Acrocephalus familiaris kingi). Auk 128:265-272. EN CS
Adler, G. H. 1992. Endemism in birds of tropical Pacific islands. Evolutionary Ecology 6:296-306. EV BD
Adler, G. H., A. Laiogafi‘afu‘a, J. O. Seamon, R. West, Jr., S. Fa‘aumu, and C. T. Atkinson. 2010. Persistence of the spotless crake (Porzana tabuensis) on Ta‘u, American Samoa. Notornis 57:216-217. BD
Advertiser Staff. 2008a. Shearwaters flock to new Moloka’i [sic] colony. HonoluluAdvertiser.com, 31 January 2008. [Wedge-tailed Shearwater] SE PP HI
Advertiser Staff. 2008b. 59 isle species considered for endangered status. HonoluluAdvertiser.com, 1 March 2008. PP EN
Advertiser Staff. 2009. Hawaiian Hawk considered for removal from endangered list. HonoluluAdvertiser.com, 27 January 2009. PP EN
Aguon, C. F. 1988. The breeding biology of the White-rumped Shama, Copsychus malabaricus, on Oahu. MS thesis, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu. IN HI
Aguon, C. F. 1990. The current distribution and abundance of the Mariana Crow, Corvus kubaryi, on Guam. In Division of Aquatic and Wildlife Resources Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1990, pp. 129-135. Guam Department of Agriculture, Mangilao, Guam. EN CS
Aguon, C. F. 1997. Survey for Mariana Crow and their nests. In Division of Aquatic and Wildlife Resources Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1997, pp. 98-113. Guam Department of Agriculture, Mangilao, Guam. EN CS
Aguon, C. F. 1999. Reproductive biology of the Mariana Crow and other endangered species. In Division of Aquatic and Wildlife Resources Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1999, pp. 110-122. Guam Department of Agriculture, Mangilao, Guam. EN
Aguon, C. F. 1999. Translocation of Mariana Crows. In Division of Aquatic and Wildlife Resources Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1999, pp. 139-142. Guam Department of Agriculture, Mangilao, Guam. EN CS
Aguon, C. F., and R. E. Beck, Jr. 1983. A Matsudaira's Storm-Petrel (Oceanodroma matsudairae) on Guam. ‘Elepaio 44: 66. SE RC
Aguon, C. F., and S. Conant. 1994. Breeding biology of the White-rumped Shama on Oahu, Hawaii. Wilson Bulletin 106:311-328. , IN HI
Aguon, C. F., and L. Henderson. 1998. Reproductive biology of the Mariana Crow and other endangered species. In Division of Aquatic and Wildlife Resources Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1998, pp. 94-109, 128-136. Guam Department of Agriculture, Mangilao, Guam. EN
Aguon, C. F., and L. Henderson. 1999. Survey for Mariana Crows and their nest sites on Guam and Rota. In Division of Aquatic and Wildlife Resources Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1999, pp. 104-109. Guam Department of Agriculture, Mangilao, Guam. EN CS
Aguon, C. F. and G. J. Wiles. 1991. Survey and inventory of non-game birds. In Division of Aquatic and Wildlife Resources Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1991, pp. 106-122. Guam Department of Agriculture, Mangilao, Guam.
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