Ornis Fennica

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Bo Söderström 2008: Unusual imitation and song syntax in a Chaffinch Fringilla coelebs during pre-breeding season. — Ornis Fennica 85: 33–36.

All recordings are from the study site near Båstad (56°25’N, 12°52’E), Scania, southern Sweden. The Chaffinch songs were recorded on 8 April 2004. The journal thanks Dr. Andreas Lindén (University of Helsinki, Finland) for technical editing of the original files.

Chaffinch song nr 1 MP3

Chaffinch song nr 2 MP3

Chaffinch song nr 3 MP3

Wren song MP3

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Lykke Pedersen, Marten Geertsma & Anders P. Tøttrup 2012: Prey diversity is affected by climate and differs between age classes in the Red-backed Shrike (Lanius collurio). — Ornis Fennica 89: 99–108.

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Martin Kornan 2013: Breeding bird assemblage dynamics of a primaeval temperate mixed forest in the Western Carpathians (Slovakia): support for pluralistic community concept. — Ornis Fennica 90: 151–177.

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Marco Gustin, Alessandro Ferrarini, Giuseppe Giglio, Stefania Caterina Pellegrino & Annagrazia Frassanito 2014: First evidence of widespread nocturnal activity of Lesser Kestrel Falco naumanni in Southern Italy. — Ornis Fennica 91: 00–00.

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Heimo Mikkola & Risto Tornberg 2014: Sex-specific diet analysis of the Eurasian Eagle Owl in Finland. — Ornis Fennica 91: 195–200.

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Jochen Bellebaum, Jan Kube, Axel Schulz, Henrik Skov & Helmut Wendeln 2014: Decline of Long-tailed Duck Clangula hyemalis numbers in the Pomeranian Bay revealed by two different survey methods. — Ornis Fennica 91: 129–137.

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Thomas Bregnballe, Ole Amstrup, Thomas E. Holm, Preben Clausen & Anthony D. Fox 2014: Skjern River Valley, Northern Europe’s most expensive wetland restoration project: benefits to breeding waterbirds. — Ornis Fennica 91: 00–00.

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