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Ecology and Behavior of Chickadees and Titmice: an integrated approach Hardcover – Mar 1 2007


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"A useful, attractive book that will be a major reference on this bird family, and the insights gained from it will likely prove to be broadly applicable across many kinds of birds."--Great Plains Research


"It should be required reading for students and researchers interested in chickadee biology and for anyone more broadly interested in spatial representation, reproduction, bioacoustics and acoustic communication, and social dominance."--Ronold G. Weisman, The Quarterly Review of Biology


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Ken A. Otter is Associate Professor in Biology at the University of Northern British Columbia, Canada.


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An amazing amount of new information has been discovered since I published my first book on chickadees (Smith 1991). Read the first page
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A Fine Collection Oct. 4 2012
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This is a collection of scientific essays on Chickadees and Titmice. The research topics are varied, and it is surprising to learn how much there is still to learn about these familiar birds. The writing is surprisingly good for scientific research papers.


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