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Who is Calling? Individual Features in Shelduck Tadorna tadorna Calls [abstract] A. Timcke and H.-H. Bergmann 1992 1 74
Vocalizations of the Ryukyu Scops Owl: individually recognisable and stable Masaoki Takagi 2020 1 28-44
Vocalizations of the rare and flagship species Pharomachrus mocinno (Aves: Trogonidae): implications for its taxonomy, evolution and conservation Pablo Bolaños-Sittler, Jérôme Sueur, Jérôme Fuchs & Thierry Aubin 2020 6 654-669
Vocalizations of the Greater Rhea (Rhea americana): an allegedly silent ratite Cristian Pérez-Granados & Karl-L. Schuchmann 2021 5 564-574
Vocalization structure and its possible function in the brown- headed parrot Poicephalus cryptoxanthus [abstract] Vincenzo Venuto and Renato Massa 1997 3-4 268
Vocalisation of curassows (Cracidae) [abstract] P. Hansch & D. Wallschlager 1996 4 315
Vocal stability in two separated populations of a non-oscine bird: the Eurasian woodcock Scolopax rusticola [abstract] Aubin, T, Mathevon, N , Gonçalves, D & Ferrand, Y 2012 1 26-27
Vocal Signals of the Antarctic Tern Sterna vittata - phylogenesis, Intraspecific Communication and Interspecific Differences [abstract] A. Gebauer 1992 1 69-70
Vocal signals of ontogeny and fledging in nestling black-cockatoos: Implications for monitoring Daniella Teixeira, Richard Hill, Michael Barth, Martine Maron & Berndt J. van Rensburg 2022 4 379-396
Vocal repertoire of wild breeding Orange-winged Parrot Amazona amazonica in Amazonia Leiliany Negrão de Moura, Maria Luisa da Silva and Jacques Vielliard 2011 3 331-340
Vocal repertoire of the Eurasian griffon vulture (Gyps fulvus) in the central Apennines: a baseline assessment Federico Romani, Elena Ramella Levis, Mario Posillico, Giancarlo Opramolla & Gianni Pavan 2022 3 283-312
Vocal repertoire and flock size in the yellow-faced parrot (Alipiopsitta xanthops) [abstract] Araújo, C; Marcondes-Machado, L O & Vielliard, J 2012 1 26
Vocal labelling of juveniles by group members in spectacled parrotlets [abstract] Wanker, R; Stüven, J & Grindel, B 2012 1 60
Vocal instability over time in individual male European Nightjars, Caprimulgus europaeus: recommendations for acoustic monitoring and surveys Sarah Raymond, Sarah Spotswood, Hazel Clarke, Natalia Zielonka, Andrew Lowe & Kate L. Durrant 2020 3 280-295
Vocal individuality, but not stability, in wild palm cockatoos (Probosciger aterrimus) C. N. Zdenek, R. Heinsohn & N. E. Langmore 2018 1 27-42
Vocal individuality of Large-tailed Nightjar (Caprimulgus macrurus) in Peninsular Malaysia Phooi Kuan Chang, Chong Leong Puan, Siew Ann Yee & Jalila Abu 2018 2 131-144
Vocal individuality in hornbills [abstract] Policht, R 2012 1 50-51
Vocal dialects in the flight call of the orange-winged-parrot (Amazona amazonica) [abstract] Moura, L N , Vielliard, J & Silva, M L 2012 1 49-50
Vocal development via voice breaking in the red-crowned crane Grus japonensis [abstract] Klenova, A, Volodin, I ; Volodina, E & Postelnykh, K 2012 1 72
Vocal Development Pathways in Male and Female Shelducks Tadorna tadorna [abstract] W. Engländer and H.-H. Bergmann 1992 1 73-74
Vocal development in nestling kea parrots (Nestor notabilis) Amelia Wein, Raoul Schwing, Takuya Yanagida & Ludwig Huber 2021 2 142-162
Vocal development and voice breaking in Demoiselle Cranes (Anthropoides virgo) Anna V. Klenova, Maria V. Goncharova, Evgenia V. Bragina, Tatiana A. Kashentseva 2014 3 247-265
Vocal complexity in the palm cockatoo (Probosciger aterrimus) Zdenek, CN, Heinsohn, R, Langmore, NE 2015 3 253-267
Vocal communication of spectacled parrotlets Forpus conspicillatus [abstract] R. Wanker 1996 4 312
The vocal repertoire of the Grey crowned crane Balearica regulorum gibbericeps. II. The unison call of the crowned crane C. Budde 1999 2-3 191-201
The vocal repertoire of the Grey crowned crane Balearica regulorum gibbericeps. 1. The tonal and the non-harmonic calls C. Budde 1999 2-3 161-173
The Technique of Noninvasive Distant Sexing for Four Monomorphic Dendrocygna Whistling Duck Species by Their Loud Whistles Ilya Volodin, Martin Kaiser, Vera Matrosova, Elena Volodina, Anna Klenova, Olga Filatova & Marina Kholodova 2009 3 277-290
The role of sound in recognition of mother hen by the chick [abstract] Kent, J. P. 1989 2 165
The comparison of harmonically related rich sounds using spectrographic cross-correlation and principal components analysis K.A. Cortopassi & J.W. Bradbury 2000 2 89-127
Syllable recognition in the king penguin [abstract] Thierry Lengagne and Jacques Lauga 2002 1 90
Spectrogram Analysis of Animal Sound Production C. P. H. Elemans, K. Heeck & M. Muller 2008 2 183-212
Sound production and hearing in marine animals [abstract] Mats Amundin 1998 3 213-214
Sonographic analysis of redshank Tringa totanus calls [abstract] L. Ferdinand 1996 4 299-300
Siberian crane chick calls reflect their thermal state M. V. Goncharova & A. V. Klenova 2019 2 115-128
Sexing of four monomorphic Dendrocygna whistling duck species by their loud whistles [abstract] Volodin, I ; Matrosova, V, Kaiser, M, Volodina, E & Klenova, A 2012 1 84-85
Sex discrimination and mate recognition by voice in the Yelkouan shearwater Puffinus yelkouan Charlotte Curé, Thierry Aubin and Nicolas Mathevon 2011 3 235-250
Roles of pitch and duration in the discrimination of the mate's call in the King penguin Apenodytes patagonicus Robisson, P. 1992 1 25-36
Redundancy and ambient noise level of the colony in the Emperor Penguin Aptenodytes forsteri Robisson, P. 1989 2 169
Recognition compared between nesting and non-nesting penguins [abstract] P. Jouventin and T. Aubin 2002 1 82
Recent bioacoustic publications, 1996 and earlier. Part I Invertebrates-Passerine birds Hansen, P. 1997 3-4 287-318
Recent bioacoustic publications, 1995 and earlier. Part I Invertebrates-Passerine birds Hansen, P. 1996 1 53-72
Recent bioacoustic publications, 1993. Part I Invertebrates-Non-passerine birds Hansen, P. 1994 4 291-302
Parameters used for recognition of distress calls in two species: Larus argentatus and Sturnus vulgaris Aubin, T. & Brémond, J.C. 1989 1 22-33
Nonlinear phenomena in Petrel sounds Juha T. Tanttu, Jari Turunen & Teemu Kumpumäki 2014 3 219-230
Non-linear phenomena in little spotted kiwi calls Andrew Digby, Ben D. Bell, Paul D. Teal 2014 2 113-128
Noise-dependent vocal plasticity in domestic fowl [abstract] Brumm, H. & Schrader, L . 2012 1 69
Monitoring of booming bitterns (Botarus stellaris) by acoustic triangulation [abstract] Tauchert, K-H & Frommolt, K-H 2012 1 83
Mate call recognition in the blue-footed booby [abstract] Mathevon, N , Aubin, T , Dentressangle, F & Torres, R 2012 1 46-47
Low frequency sounds in birds: males booming in two species of Houbara bustard [abstract] Rybak, F, Mascley, A & Hingrat, Y 2012 1 53
Localising bitterns Botaurus stellaris with an array of non-linked microphones M. Wahlberg, J. Tougaard, B. Møhl 2003 3 233-245

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