G34 Songs and Displays

Session organizer(s)

C. J. Clark

Date: Tuesday, 8/5/08

Location: Broadway I & II

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Oral Presentations

10:00 AM
Feo, T J; Clark, C J; THE BLACK-CHINNED HUMMINGBIRD SINGS WITH THE TIP OF HIS TAIL: A SECOND MODE OF FEATHER FLUTTER (Abstract ID:5014)

10:15 AM
Clark, C J; Feo, T J; WHY SING WITH YOUR TAIL IF YOU ALREADY HAVE A SYRINX? CONVERGENT ACOUSTIC MECHANISMS IN CALYPTE HUMMINGBIRDS (Abstract ID:4262)

10:30 AM
Nelson, D A; Poesel, A; FUNCTIONAL CORRELATES OF TRILL LENGTH VARIATION IN THE WHITE-CROWNED SPARROW (Abstract ID:4322)

10:45 AM
Cunningham, J B; UNISON SINGING IN THE NEW ZEALAND BROWN CREEPER (MOHOUA NOVAESEELANDIAE) AND IT'S FUNCTION IN TERRITORIAL DEFENSE (Abstract ID:4421)

11:00 AM
Mennill, D J; Fitzsimmons, L P; Barker, N K; INDIVIDUAL VARIATION AND LEK-BASED VOCAL DISTINCTIVENESS IN SONGS OF THE SCREAMING PIHA (LIPAUGUS VOCIFERANS), A SUBOSCINE SONGBIRD (Abstract ID:4426)

11:15 AM
Odom, K J; Mennill, D J; THE USE OF BARRED OWL DUETS IN NEIGHBOR/STRANGER RECOGNITION AND TERRITORY DEFENSE IN A COMMUNICATION NETWORK (Abstract ID:4472)

11:30 AM
Bradley, D W; Mennill, D J; SOLOS, DUETS, AND CHORUSES: THE VOCAL BEHAVIOUR OF THE RUFOUS-NAPED WREN, A COOPERATIVELY BREEDING NEOTROPICAL SONGBIRD (Abstract ID:4526)

11:45 AM
Janes, S W; Ryker, L; APPARENT CONVERGENCE IN TYPE I SONGS OF BLACK-THROATED GRAY AND HERMIT WARBLERS IN TWO SOUTHWEST OREGON POPULATIONS (Abstract ID:4607)

12:00 PM
Canterbury, J L; Beck, M M; Scheideler, S E; TEMPORAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL DISTINCTIONS IN ACOUSTIC PROPERTIES OF SONG IN THE YELLOW-BREASTED CHAT. (Abstract ID:4686)

12:15 PM
Richardson, J K; Smith, S B; McKay, J E; Murphy, M T; SONG ALTERNATING BY SPOTTED TOWHEES: MATE ATTRACTION OR ANTI-EXHAUSTION? (Abstract ID:4874)

Poster Presentations

There are no Poster presentations for this date.