The Condor | VOL. 78

Food Supply and Nest Timing of Broad-Tailed Hummingbirds in the Rocky Mountains

Publication Date Apr 1, 1976


ORIANS, G. H. 1973. The Red-winged Blackbird in tropical marshes. Condor 75:28-42. PAYNE, R. B. 1969. Breeding seasons and reproductive physiology of Tricolored Blackbirds and Redwinged Blackbirds. Univ. California Publ. Zool. 90:1-137. PRICE, F. E., AND C. E. BociK. 1973. Polygyny in the Dipper. Condor 75:457-459. ROBERTSON, R. J. 1972. Optimal niche space of the red-winged blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus). I. Nesting success in marsh and upland habitat. Can. J. Zool. 50:247-263. ROBERTSON, R. J. 1973. Optimal niche space of the red-winged blackbird: spatial and temporal patterns of nesting activity and success. Ecology 54:1085-1093.


Red-winged Blackbird Tropical Marshes Upland Habitat Optimal Space Rocky Mountains Breeding Seasons Food Supply Marsh Habitat Spatial Patterns Tricolored Blackbirds

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