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Longevity Records of North American Birds: Coerebinae through Estrildidae (Registros de Longevidad de Aves de Norte América: Coerebinae a Estrildidae)
M. Kathleen Klimkiewicz and Anthony G. Futcher
Journal of Field Ornithology
Vol. 58, No. 3 (Summer, 1987), pp. 318-333
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4513247
Page Count: 16
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This is the fourth paper of a 4-part series detailing the longevity records of marked North American birds. The previous three papers can be found in the Journal of Field Ornithology, Volumes 53 and 54. Prior to this series only one definitive paper (Kennard 1975) had been written on North American taxa. Records for 84 taxa are included in this paper. Thirty are birds older than those listed by Kennard. Thirty-nine are new records and 9 are those listed in Kennard. /// Este trabajo es el último de una serie de 4, sobre registros de longevidad a base de anillamientos de aves de Norte América, que suplementan el trabajo de Kennard (1975). Los trabajos previos (3) fueron publicados en los volumenes 53 y 54 del Journal of Field Ornithology. El actual trabajo cubre 84 especies. Treinta y nueve son nuevos informes de longevidad, 30 tienen una longevidad mayor y 9 son similares a lo que informa Kennard.
Journal of Field Ornithology © 1987 Association of Field Ornithologists