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Emu - Austral Ornithology is the premier journal for ornithological research and reviews related to the Southern Hemisphere and adjacent tropics. More

Editor: Kate Buchanan

 
 
 

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Published online 04 February 2016
Population trends over 50 years of a Pied Imperial-Pigeon breeding colony on North Brook Island, a tropical Great Barrier Reef island, Australia 
John Winter, Dave Green, Margaret Thorsborne and Mark Parsons
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Published online 04 February 2016
Annual variation in recruitment and age-specific survival of Little Penguins, Eudyptula minor 
Philippa Agnew, Chris Lalas, Janine Wright and Steve Dawson
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Published online 04 February 2016
Placement of re-nests following predation: are birds managing risk? 
Christa Beckmann and Paul G. McDonald
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Published online 25 January 2016
Nest-building males trade off material collection costs with territory value 
Ida E. Bailey, Kate V. Morgan, H. Dieter Oschadleus, Stacy L. DeRuiter, Simone L. Meddle and Susan D. Healy
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Published online 20 January 2016
Corticosterone responses to capture and restraint in Australasian Gannets, Morus serrator, at Cape Kidnappers, New Zealand 
John F. Cockrem, E. Jane Candy, Murray A. Potter and Gabriel E. Machovsky-Capuska
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Published online 04 January 2016
Acoustic features within a forest bird community of native and introduced species in New Zealand 
Joseph F. Azar and Ben D. Bell
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Published online 17 November 2015
Using playback and habitat models to estimate the distribution and population size of the critically endangered Crow Honeyeater (Gymnomyza aubryana) in New Caledonia 
Yuji Okahisa, Andrew Legault, Baptiste Angin, Vivien Chartendrault, Nicolas Barré, Christophe de Franceschi, Thomas Duval, François Tron, Roman Gula and Jörn Theuerkauf
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Published online 05 November 2015
Temporal patterns of migratory shorebird communities at a stop-over site along the East Asian–Australasian Flyway 
Qianyan Zhou, Wenjie Xue, Kun Tan, Qiang Ma, Xin Jin, Wei Wu, Chendong Tang and Zhijun Ma
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Published online 26 October 2015
Anthropogenic trauma is the most prevalent cause of mortality in Little Penguins (Eudyptula minor) in Perth, Western Australia 
B. L. Cannell, K. Campbell, L. Fitzgerald, J. A. Lewis, I. J. Baran and N. S. Stephens
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Published online 26 October 2015
Breeding success of a subtropical Little Tern (Sternula albifrons sinensis) colony 
Jason B. Searle, J. Blair Prince, David Stewart and Penn Lloyd
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Published online 26 October 2015
Long incubation bouts and biparental incubation in the nomadic Banded Stilt 
Reece D. Pedler, Michael A. Weston and Andrew T. D. Bennett
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Published online 20 October 2015
Evidence of an unreported negative effect of fisheries discards on seabirds: death by choking on the Atlantic Midshipman (Porichthys porosissimus) in southern Brazil 
Victória R. F. Benemann, Lucas Krüger, Fernanda C. L. Valls and Maria V. Petry
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Published online 05 October 2015
Forensic genetic evidence of beak and feather disease virus infection in a Powerful Owl (Ninox strenua) 
Subir Sarker, Chris Lloyd, Jade Forwood and Shane R. Raidal
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Published online 08 September 2015
Conservation status and reintroduction of the Cocos Buff-banded Rail (Gallirallus philippensis andrewsi) 
J. C. Z. Woinarski, I. MacRae, T. Flores, T. Detto, J. Reid, C. Pink, S. Flakus, M. Misso, N. Hamilton, R. Palmer, K. Morris, L. Znidersic and B. Hill
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Rise (and demise?) of subspecies in the Galah (Eolophus roseicapilla), a widespread and abundant Australian cockatoo 
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Daniel Engelhard , Leo Joseph , Alicia Toon , Lynn Pedler and Thomas Wilke
pp. 289-301
 
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Livestock grazing affects habitat quality and persistence of the threatened Purple-crowned Fairy-wren Malurus coronatus in the Victoria River District, Northern Territory, Australia 
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A. van Doorn , J. C. Z. Woinarski and P. A. Werner
pp. 302-308
 
  
 

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Stability and change through time in the dialects of a Neotropical songbird, the Rufous-collared Sparrow 
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Natalia C. García , Ramiro S. Arrieta , Cecilia Kopuchian and Pablo L. Tubaro
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The influence of nest-site choice and predator sensory cues on nesting success in the Crimson Finch (Neochmia phaeton) 
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Rebekah Soanes , Anne Peters , Kaspar Delhey and J. Sean Doody
pp. 317-325
 
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Dietary relationships among Nearctic and Neotropical migratory shorebirds in a key coastal wetland of South America 
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Natalia S. Martínez-Curci , Adrián B. Azpiroz , Juan P. Isacch and Rodolfo Elías
pp. 326-334
 
  
 

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Conflict between the Greater Rhea and humans in agricultural landscapes: implications for conservation of the last large herbivore of the southern Pampas 
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J. Pedrana , L. Bernad , N. O. Maceira and J. P. Isacch
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Winter breeding of a subtropical rainforest passerine: spatio-temporal distribution of prey and the sex-related foraging behaviour of the Southern Logrunner, Orthonyx temminckii 
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Christine H. Goosem , David T. Booth and Gimme H. Walter
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Male sex-ratio bias in the endangered South Australian Glossy Black-Cockatoo Calyptorhynchus lathami halmaturinus 
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Joannah Lee , Lynn Pedler , Stephen D. Sarre , James Robertson and Leo Joseph
pp. 356-359
 
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Improving population estimates of Glossy Black-Cockatoos (Calyptorhynchus lathami) using photo-identification 
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Elizabeth R. Williams and Bruce Thomson
pp. 360-367
 
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Foraging behaviour of a declining population of Brown Boobies (Sula leucogaster) breeding in the Swain Reefs, Great Barrier Reef 
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Ashley Bunce
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Book review 
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Annual Author Index 
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These articles have been peer reviewed and accepted for publication. They are still in production and have not been edited, so may differ from the final published form.

    MU15035  Accepted 01 February 2016
    Fuelling and moult in Red Knots before northward departure: a visual evaluation of differences between ages, sexes and subspecific morphs
    Mo Verhoeven, Joop van Eerbeek, Chris Hassell, Theunis Piersma
   


    MU15097  Accepted 26 January 2016
    Comparison of point counts and automated acoustic monitoring: detecting birds in a rainforest biodiversity survey
    Elliot Leach, Chris Burwell, Louise Ashton, Darryl Jones, Roger Kitching
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    MU15080  Accepted 26 January 2016
    Foraging by Carnaby’s cockatoo in banksia woodland on the Swan Coastal Plain, Western Australia
    Teagan Johnston, William Stock, Peter Mawson
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    MU15094  Accepted 25 January 2016
    Projected direct and indirect effects of climate change for an endangered migratory species
    Luciana Porfirio, Rebecca Harris, Dejan Stojanovic, Matthew Webb, Brendan Mackey
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    MU15087  Accepted 25 December 2015
    The influence of ENSO and rainfall on the numbers of breeding pairs in a woodland bird community from south-eastern Australia
    Richard Marchant, Sarah Guppy, Michael Guppy
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    MU15095  Accepted 24 December 2015
    Compensating for a stressful start: maternal corticosterone, offspring survival, and size at fledging in the Zebra Finch (Taeniopygia guttata)
    Nicola Khan, Richard Peters, Kylie Robert
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    MU15046  Accepted 24 December 2015
    Distribution and protection of intertidal habitats in Australia
    Kiran Dhanjal-Adams, Jeffrey Hanson, Nicholas Murray, Stuart Phinn, Vladimir Wingate, Karen Mustin, Jasmine Lee, James Allan, Jessica Cappadonna, Colin Studds, Robert Clemens, Chris Roelfsema, Richard Fuller
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    MU15029  Accepted 21 December 2015
    A chain is as strong as its weakest link – assessing the consequences of habitat loss and degradation in a long-distance migratory shorebird
    Yaara Aharon-Rotman, Silke Bauer, Marcel Klaassen
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    MU15078  Accepted 17 December 2015
    Do migrating White-crested Elaenia (Elaenia albiceps chilensis) use stopover sites en route to their breeding areas? Evidence from the central Monte desert, Argentina
    Víctor Cueto, Cecilia Sagario, Javier Lopez de Casenave
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    MU15099  Accepted 01 December 2015
    Immediate action required to prevent another Australian avian extinction: the King Island Scrubtit
    Matthew Webb, Mark Holdsworth, Dejan Stojanovic, Aleks Terauds, Phil Bell, Robert Heinsohn
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    MU15042  Accepted 01 December 2015
    Movement patterns of Sanderling (Calidris alba) along the East Asian Australasian Flyway and a comparison of methods to identify crucial areas for conservation
    Simeon Lisovski, Ken Gosbell, Maureen Christie, Bethany Hoye, Marcel Klaassen, Iain Stewart, Alice Taysom, Clive Minton
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    MU15048  Accepted 28 November 2015
    Diversity and function of vocalisations in the cooperatively breeding chestnut-crowned babbler
    Jodie Crane, James Savage, Andrew Russell
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    MU15056  Accepted 18 November 2015
    Continental-scale decreases in shorebird populations in Australia
    Robert Clemens, Danny Rogers, Birgita Hansen, Ken Gosbell, Clive Minton, Phil Straw, Mike Bamford, Eric Woehler, David Milton, Michael Weston, Bill Venables, Dan Weller, Chris Hassell, Bill Rutherford, Kimberly Onton, Ashley Herrod, Colin Studds, Chi-Yeung Choi, Kiran Dhanjal-Adams, Greg Skilleter, Richard Fuller
   


    MU15058  Accepted 13 November 2015
    Declining adult survival of New Zealand Bar-tailed Godwits during 2005–2012 despite apparent population stability
    Jesse Conklin, Tamar Lok, David Melville, Adrian Riegen, Rob Schuckard, Theunis Piersma, Phil Battley
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    MU15010  Accepted 28 October 2015
    Assessing the trophic niche of South American Terns integrating conventional and isotopic approaches
    Alejandro Gatto, Pablo Yorio
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    MU15045  Accepted 29 September 2015
    Shorebirds along China’s Yellow Sea coast face an uncertain future – a review of threats
    David Melville, Ying Chen, Zhijun Ma
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1. Published 10 February 2015
Evolutionary history of birds across southern Australia: structure, history and taxonomic implications of mitochondrial DNA diversity in an ecologically diverse suite of species

Gaynor Dolman and Leo Joseph

2. Published 10 February 2015
The frequency of ingested plastic debris and its effects on body condition of Short-tailed Shearwater (Puffinus tenuirostris) pre-fledging chicks in Tasmania, Australia

Hannah R. Cousin, Heidi J. Auman, Rachael Alderman and Patti Virtue

3. Published 5 May 2015
The species and functional diversity of birds in almond orchards, apple orchards, vineyards and eucalypt woodlots

Gary W. Luck, Kelly Hunt and Andrew Carter

4. Published 5 May 2015
Can Australian bush birds be used as canaries? Detection of pervasive environmental impacts at an arid Australian mine site

John L. Read, Benjamin Parkhurst and Steven Delean

5. Published 22 July 2015
The size and composition of social groups in the wild zebra finch

Luke S. C. McCowan, Mylene M. Mariette and Simon C. Griffith

6. Published 5 May 2015
Distinctiveness of Pacific Robin subspecies in Vanuatu revealed from disparate patterns of sexual dichromatism, plumage colouration, morphometrics and ancient DNA

Anna M. Kearns, Lauren C. White, Jeremy J. Austin and Kevin E. Omland

7. Published 5 November 2015
Rise (and demise?) of subspecies in the Galah (Eolophus roseicapilla), a widespread and abundant Australian cockatoo

Daniel Engelhard, Leo Joseph, Alicia Toon, Lynn Pedler and Thomas Wilke

8. Published 22 July 2015
How does nest box temperature affect nestling growth rate and breeding success in a parrot?

Eliza R. Larson, Justin R. Eastwood, Katherine L. Buchanan, Andrew T. D. Bennett and Mathew L. Berg

9. Published 5 May 2015
Effects of predation by introduced mammals and mortality due to severe floods on population viability of the endangered Blue Duck (Hymenolaimus malacorhynchos)

Craig Simpkins, George L. W. Perry, Andrew Glaser, Tim Allerby and Todd E. Dennis

10. Published 10 February 2015
Study of seed dispersal by Emu (Dromaius novaehollandiae) in the Jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) forests of south-western Australia through satellite telemetry

Andrew P. Nield, Neal J. Enright and Philip G. Ladd

11. Published 5 May 2015
First report of a feather loss condition in Adelie penguins (Pygoscelis adeliae) on Ross Island, Antarctica, and a preliminary investigation of its cause

Wray W. Grimaldi, Richard J. Hall, Daniel D. White, Jing Wang, Melanie Massaro and Daniel M. Tompkins

12. Published 22 July 2015
What the direction of matings can tell us of hybridisation mechanisms in ducks

Patrick-Jean Guay, Lucinda Monie, Randall W. Robinson and Wouter F. D. van Dongen

13. Published 5 May 2015
A coraciiform-like bird quadrate from the Early Eocene Tingamarra local fauna of Queensland, Australia

Andrzej Elzanowski and Walter E. Boles

14. Published 5 November 2015
Improving population estimates of Glossy Black-Cockatoos (Calyptorhynchus lathami) using photo-identification

Elizabeth R. Williams and Bruce Thomson

15. Published 22 July 2015
Combining a geographic information system, known dietary, foraging and habitat preferences, and stable isotope analysis to infer the diet of Magellanic Penguins in their austral distribution

Javier Ciancio, Florencia Botto and Esteban Frere

16. Published 5 November 2015
Male sex-ratio bias in the endangered South Australian Glossy Black-Cockatoo Calyptorhynchus lathami halmaturinus

Joannah Lee, Lynn Pedler, Stephen D. Sarre, James Robertson and Leo Joseph

17. Published 22 July 2015
The effects of land-use change on the endemic avifauna of Makira, Solomon Islands: endemics avoid monoculture

Tammy E. Davies, Rohan H. Clarke, John G. Ewen, Ioan R. A. Fazey, Nathalie Pettorelli and Will Cresswell

18. Published 5 November 2015
Foraging behaviour of a declining population of Brown Boobies (Sula leucogaster) breeding in the Swain Reefs, Great Barrier Reef

Ashley Bunce

19. Published 5 May 2015
One method does not suit all: variable settlement responses of three procellariid species to vocalisation playbacks

Rachel T. Buxton, Christopher J. Jones, Henrik Moller and Philip O'B. Lyver

20. Published 10 February 2015
Variation in innate immune function during incubation, chick-rearing and moult in Little Penguins (Eudyptula minor)

Jessica K. Evans, Peter Dann and Theresa Frankel


      
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