Site Fidelity bibliography 1993-2006 (9 records)

Bustnes, J. O. and K. E. Erikstad. 1993. Site fidelity in breeding common eider Somateria mollissima females. Ornis Fennica 70:11-16.

Iverson, S. A., D. Esler, and D. J. Rizzolo. 2004. Winter philopatry of harlequin ducks in Prince William Sound, Alaska. Condor 106:711-715.

Iverson, S. A. and D. Esler. 2006. Site fidelity and the demographic implications of winter movements by a migratory bird, the harlequin duck Histrionicus histrionicus. Journal of Avian Biology 37:219-228.

Esler, D., S. A. Iverson, and Rizzolo. 2006. Genetic and demographic criteria for defining population units for conservation: the value of clear messages. Condor 108:480-483.

Fox, A. D., A. Petersen, and M. Frederiksen. 2003. Annual survival and site-fidelity of breeding female common scoter (Melanitta nigra) at Myvatn Iceland, 1925-58. Ibis 145:E94-E96

Flint, P. L., M. R. Petersen, C. P. Dau, J. E. Hines, and J. D. Nichols. 2000. Annual survival and site fidelity of Stellar's Eiders molting along the Alaska Peninsula. Journal of Wildlife Management 64:261-268.

Flint, P. L., M. R. Petersen, C. P. Dau, J. E. Hines, and J. D. Nichols. 2000. Annual survival and site fidelity of Steller's eiders molting along the Alaska peninsula. Journal of Wildlife Management 64:261-268.

Phillips, L. M. and A. N. Powell. 2006. Evidence for wing molt and breeding site fidelity in king eiders. Waterbirds 29:148-153.

Robertson, G. J., F. Cooke, R. I. Goudie, and W. S. Boyd. 1999. Within-year fidelity of harlequin ducks to a moulting and wintering area. Pages 45-51 in R.I.Goudie, M.R.Petersen, and G.J.Robertson, editors.Behavior and ecology of sea ducks.Canadian Wildlife Service Occasional Paper 100.

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