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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
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
Vocal and visual communication in territorial Rock Pipit males (Anthus petrosus), focused on playback experiments. A study of the information content of displays Thorsten Sven Elfström 2020 5 533-556
Anthropogenic noise masking diminishes house wren (Troglodytes aedon) song transmission in urban natural areas Erin E. Grabarczyk & Sharon A. Gill 2020 5 518-532
Pinpointing the position of flying songbirds with a wireless microphone array: three-dimensional triangulation of warblers on the wing Zach G. Gayk & Daniel J. Mennill 2020 4 375-386
Alarm calling and sentinel behaviour in Arabian babblers Christina Sommer 2011 3 357-368
Distributed representation of discrete sequential vocalization in the Bengalese Finch (Lonchura striata var. domestica) Takuya Koumura & Kazuo Okanoya 2020 3 356-373
Song structure and syllable and song repertoires of the Saffron Finch (Sicalis flaveola pelzelni) breeding in Argentinean pampas María Juliana Benítez Saldívar & Viviana Massoni 2018 4 327-340
Chaffinch song in western and southern Poland [abstract] A. Wistel-Wozniak & J. Böhner 1996 4 323-324
Ontogeny of time structure in nightingale song [abstract] S. Wendlandt & D. Todt 1996 4 322-323
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
Book Review: Towards an ornithology of the Himalayas: systematics, ecology and vocalizations of Nepal birds by J. Martens & S. Eck N. Redman 1997 3-4 319-320
Geographical variation of the song of the scarlet rosefinch Carpodacus erythrinus [abstract] H.-W. Helb & D. Wallschlager 1996 4 316
Intra- and interindividual variations in the song of the little bunting Emberiza pusilla [abstract] K.-H. Frommolt 1996 4 315
Repertoire and colouration (carotenoid pimentation) in the linnet Carduelis cannabina [abstract] T. J. S. Balsby 1996 4 313
Dialect systems of micro-populations in scarlet rosefinches Carpodacus erythrinus [abstract] G. Steidel 1996 4 308
Sound degradation and implications for long-distance communication in song birds [abstract] M. Naguib 1996 4 302
Song degradation during propagation: importance of song posts and reaction to degraded signal in the wren Troglodytes troglodytes [abstract] N. Mathevon 1996 4 301
Function of the song in the lesser whitethroat Sylvia curruca [abstract] I. Klit 1996 4 300
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
Transmission characteristics of solo songs and duets in a neotropical thicket habitat specialist bird Luis Sandoval, Torben Dabelsteen, and Daniel J. Mennill 2015 3 289-306
Recent bioacoustic publications, 1996 and earlier. Part I Invertebrates-Passerine birds Hansen, P. 1997 3-4 287-318
A comparative analysis of perched song in the white-browed and the red-breasted blackbird Tubaro, P.L. & Segura, E.T. 1993 4 287-291
Long term stability of song elements in the yellowhammer Emberiza citrinella P. Hansen 1999 4 281-295
A computer-based technique for the quantitative analysis of animal sounds Evans, M.R. & Evans, J.A. 1994 4 281-290
Individual and species-specific song patterns of rock and meadow pipits: physical characteristics and experiments Thorsten Elfstrom, S. 1990 4 277-301
Annual changes of learned behaviour - variation of song pattern in free-living chaffinches, Fringilla coelebs, during the breeding season Nurnberger, F., Siebold, D. & Bergmann, H.-H. 1989 4 273-286
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
Development of Vocalisations in Nestling and Fledgling House Wrens in Natural Populations M. H. Sawhney, M. C. Baker & B. R. Bisbee 2006 3 271-287
Song repertoire variability in the reed bunting Emberiza schoeniclus [abstract] Giuliano Matessi, Alessandro Grapputo, Andrea Pilastro and Guglielmo Marin 1997 3-4 269
The measurement of hierarchy of the canary Serinus canaria in the laboratory [abstract] L. Luisanti Fitri, I. Béme and M. Kreutzer 1997 3-4 269-270
A unique local call in the Willow Tit Parus montanus S. Haftorn 1997 4 267-280
Urban noise predicts song frequency in Northern Cardinals and American Robins Kerri D. Seger, Amanda D. Rodewald and Jill A. Soha 2011 3 267-276
Vocal ontogeny of nestling and fledgling black-capped chickadees Poecile atricapilla in natural populations M. C. Baker, M. S. A. Baker & D. E Gammon 2003 3 265-296
The use of song repertoire changes with pairing status in male European starling Henry, L., Hausberger, M. & Jenkins, P.F. 1994 4 261-266
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
Communication in ravens Corvus corax: again new aspects of an old problem [abstract] Ueli Pfister 1997 3-4 256
Comparative analysis of acoustic structure of passerine and woodpecker nestling calls Popp, J. & Ficken, M.S. 1991 4 255-274
Dialects in ravens Corvus corax; new aspects of an old problem [abstract] Peter Enggist 1997 3-4 255
Eavesdropping in a territorial songbird communication network: preliminary results [abstract] Peter K. McGregor, Torben Dabelsteen and Jo Holland 1997 3-4 253-254
Automatic feature extraction and classification of crossbill (Loxia spp.) flight calls J. T. Tanttu, J. Turunen, A. Selin & M. Ojanen 2006 3 251-269
Can Chaffinch songs change from year to year? D. Goodfellow, P. Slater 1990 3 249-251
Measuring consistency: spectrogram cross-correlation versus targeted acoustic parameters Emily R.A. Cramer 2013 3 247-257
Repertoire composition and singing behaviour in two eastern populations of hermit thrush (Catharus guttatus) Sean P. Roach, Lynn Johnson and Leslie S. Phillmore 2012 3 239-252
Improvisation of new notes during singing by male Sardinian warblers Sylvia melanocephala Luschi, P. 1993 4 235-244
Relative effects of ambient noise and habitat openness on signal transfer for chickadee vocalizations in rural and urban green-spaces Stefanie E. LaZerte, Ken A. Otter & Hans Slabbekoorn 2015 3 233-252
Characterizing the flight song: repeatable individual variation of Ovenbird song features Nadine Paul, Megan J. Thompson & Jennifer R. Foote 2021 2 232-251
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
Do the Siberian tits Parus cinctus in Scandinavia and Siberia speak the same language? S. Haftorn & J.P. Hailman 1997 3-4 223-247
Microdialect and group signature in the song of the skylark Alauda arvensis Elodie Briefer, Fanny Rybak and Thierry Aubin 2011 3 219-234

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