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The whistled song of the European starling Sturnus vulgaris and the spotless starling Sturnus unicolor in North-east Spain A. Motis 1996 2 119-141
Song amplitude and population density in two sympatric warblers, Phylloscopus schwarzi and P. fuscatus A. S. Opaev & E. M. Shishkina 2021 3
Song theme sharing in the Grey-crowned Warbler, Phylloscopus tephrocephalus A. S. Opaev & Y. A. Kolesnikova In press
Chaffinch song in western and southern Poland [abstract] A. Wistel-Wozniak & J. Böhner 1996 4 323-324
The species-repertoire of whistled songs in the European starling: species-specific characteristics and variability Adret-Hausberger, M 1989 2 137-162
Estimating repertoire size in a songbird: A comparison of three techniques Alexander J. Harris, David R. Wilson, Brendan A. Graham & Daniel J. Mennill 2016 3 211-224
Using Songs To Identify Individual Mexican Antthrush Formicarius moniliger: Comparison of Four Classification Methods Alexander N. G. Kirschel, Dent A. Earl, Yuan Yao, Ivan A. Escobar, Erika Vilches, Edgar E. Vallejo & Charles E. Taylor 2009 1-2 1-20
Acoustic patterns of an invasive species: the Red-billed Leiothrix (Leiothrix lutea Scopoli 1786) in a Mediterranean shrubland Almo Farina, Nadia Pieretti, Niki Morganti 2013 3 175-194
Song characterization in the spectacled warbler (Sylvia conspicillata): a circum-Mediterranean species with a complex song structure Ana María Palmero, Juan Carlos Illera & Paola Laiolo 2012 3 175-191
Making yourself heard - a study of masking effects on blue tit Parus caeruleus singing interactions [abstract] Angelika Poesel, Torben Dabelsteen and Simon Boel Pedersen 2002 2 178
Modelling interspecific differences in chickadee notes with a multiplicative AM model [abstract] Arch McCallum 2002 1 88-89
Parameters used for recognition of distress calls in two species: Larus argentatus and Sturnus vulgaris Aubin, T. & Brémond, J.C. 1989 1 22-33
Are introductory notes in zebra finch song genetically determined? [abstract] B. E. Nixdorf-Bergweiler, A. Bindrich and K.-H. Frommolt 2002 1 95
Hearing in the Red-billed Firefinch Lagonosticta senegala and the Spanish Timbrado Canary Serinus canaria: the influence of natural and artificial selection on auditory abilities and vocal structure B. Lohr, A. Lauer, M. R. Newman & R. J. Dooling 2004 2 83-98
Songs of blue tits Parus caeruleus palmensis from La Palma (Canary Islands) - a test of hypotheses B. Schottler 1995 2 135-152
Where to sing and where to call. Vocalizations of chaffinches Fringilla coelebs inside and outside their territories B. Sur, J. Maciejok & H.-H. Bergmann 1996 4 273-279
Neighbour-stranger recognition in the oriental magpie robin, Copsychus saularis [abstract] Bhatt, D; Sethi, V K & Kumar, A 2012 1 28
Decoding the “Zeep” complex: Quantitative analysis of interspecific variation in the nocturnal flight calls of nine wood warbler species (Parulidae spp.) Blaine J. Landsborough, Jennifer R. Foote & Daniel J. Mennill 2019 6 555-574
A test of the Acoustic Adaptation Hypothesis in three types of tropical forest: degradation of male and female Rufous-and-white Wren songs Brendan A. Graham, Luis Sandoval, Torben Dabelsteen & Daniel J. Mennill 2017 1 37-61
Savannah sparrows (Passerculus sandwichensis) nesting close to energy infrastructure alarm call at a lower frequency Bridget Antze & Nicola Koper 2020 2 168-181
Group signature in a songbird with a complex song: importance of syntax [abstract] Briefer, E, Rybak, F & Aubin, T 2012 1 68
Acoustic Differences in Canary Islands Blue Tits Parus caeruleus [abstract] Brigitte Schottler 1992 1 72
Experimental analysis of singing direction as a tool to investigate the function of bird song [abstract] Brumm, H 2012 1 29
Two distinct song populations of Blue Tit Parus caeruleus in the French Mediterranean C. Doutrelant, T. Aubin, S. Hitier & M.M. Lambrechts 1998 1 1-16
Loudness of syllables is related to syntax and phonology in the songs of canaries and seedeaters [abstract] Cardoso, G & Mota, P G 2012 1 29-30
Description of the acoustical interaction and synchronization between duetters of the Large-Footed Finch (Pezopetes capitalis) Carla Trejos-Araya & Gilbert Barrantes 2018 2 183-196
Frequency and synchronization features of a highly overlapped duet changes according to the context Carolina Méndez & Luis Sandoval 2021 1 17-29
Ambient noise decreases detectability of songbird vocalizations in passive acoustic recordings in a consistent pattern across species, frequency, and analysis method Chad A. Apol, Ethan C. Valentine & Darren S. Proppe 2020 3 322-336
Sensitivity of California Thrashers (Toxostoma redivivum) to Song Syntax Charles E. Taylor, John T. Brumley, Richard W. Hedley & Martin L. Cody 2017 3 259-270
Alarm calling and sentinel behaviour in Arabian babblers Christina Sommer 2011 3 357-368
Use of simple graded signals in the long-distance vocal communication of a forest thrush (Catharus fuscescens) Christopher M. Heckscher In press
Ability to alter song in two grassland songbirds exposed to simulated anthropogenic noise is not related to pre-existing variability Claire M. Curry, Bridget Antze, Miyako H. Warrington, Paulson Des Brisay, Patricia Rosa & Nicola Koper 2018 2 105-130
Multiple sexually selected traits in the Serin. Are coloration and song signalling the same features? [abstract] Costa, M. & Mota, P. G. 2012 1 69
Acoustic interactions in small groups of forest birds, the European wrens (Troglodytes troglodytes) [abstract] Courvoisier, H; Camacho Schlenker, S & Aubin, T 2012 1 30
Can Chaffinch songs change from year to year? D. Goodfellow, P. Slater 1990 3 249-251
A field test of Syrinx sound analysis software in interactive playback D.J. Mennill & L.M. Ratcliffe 2000 1 77-86
House finches learn canary trills Dan C. Mann, David C. Lahti, Laura Waddick & Paul C. Mundinger 2021 2 215-231
An analysis of avian vocal performance at the note and song levels David M. Logue, Jacob A. Sheppard, Bailey Walton, Benjamin E. Brinkman & Orlando J. Medina 2020 6 709-730
On the song of Sylvia curruca, Sylvia nana and Sylvia communis in Mongolia [abstract] Dieter Wallschlager 1994 1 80
Bird Song Variability [abstract] Dieter Wallschläger 1992 1 68
Song stability and neighbour-stranger vocal discrimination in a migratory songbird: a long-term perspective [abstract] Draganoiu, T I & Mathevon, N 2012 1 30-31
Call-independent individual identification in birds E. J.S. Fox, J. D. Roberts & M. Bennamoun 2008 1 51-67
Measuring the sound pressure level of the song of the screaming piha Lipaugus vociferans: one of the loudest birds in the world? E. Nemeth 2004 3 225-228
Bird monogamy: behavioural and vocal evidences of a pressure towards social association more than reproduction [abstract] Elie, J E, Soula, H A, Mathevon, N & Vignal, C 2012 1 31
Microdialect and group signature in the song of the skylark Alauda arvensis Elodie Briefer, Fanny Rybak and Thierry Aubin 2011 3 219-234
Analysis of complex variation: dichotomous sorting of predator-elicited calls of the Florida scrub jay Elowson, A.M. & Hailman, J.P. 1991 4 295-320
Measuring consistency: spectrogram cross-correlation versus targeted acoustic parameters Emily R.A. Cramer 2013 3 247-257
Differences in the calls of European and North American black-billed magpies and the yellow-billed magpie Enggist-Dublin, P. & Birkhead, T.R. 1992 3 185-194
Anthropogenic noise masking diminishes house wren (Troglodytes aedon) song transmission in urban natural areas Erin E. Grabarczyk & Sharon A. Gill 2020 5 518-532
Different singing styles of mated and unmated males in the reed bunting Emberiza schoeniclus [abstract] Erwin Nemeth 1994 1 71


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