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					      Bibliography– CAPE ROOK (Kappkrähe) – Corvus capensis,
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Allan, D. (1981): Growth rates of nestling black crows. Ostrich 52 (3): 189-190.
Archer, G. & Godman, E.M. (1916): The Birds of British Somaliland and the Gulf od Aden 4: 1391-
1395.
Brooke, R.K. (1979): Predation on ostrich eggs by tool-using crows and Egyptian vultures. Ostrich 50
(4): 257.
Chamberlain-Auger, J.A., Auger, P.J. & Strauss, E.G. (1990): Breeding biology of American Crows.
Wilson Bulletin 102 (4): 615-622. Abstract Kompletter Artikel als pdf.
Cheesman, R.E. (1936): On a collection of birds from north-western Abyssinia, Ibis ser., 163-197. (13)
6: 163-197.
Dean, W. R. J. & Milton, S. J. (2000): Directed dispersal of Opuntia-species in the Karoo, South
Africa: Are crows the responsible agents? Journal of Arid Environments, 45 (4): 305-314. Abstract.
Dowsett, R.J. & Dowsett-Lemaire, F. (1978): Notes on the distribution of the White-necked Raven
(Corvus albicollis). Bulletin Zambian Ornithological Society 10 (1): 33-34.
Esterhuizen, J.R. (1994): New distribution of black and pied crows? Mirafra 11 (3): 55-56. Abstract
Goodwin, W. (1999): Large gatherings of crows and ravens. Honeyguide 45 (2): 144-145.
Harwin, R.M. (1994): Roosting by pair of black crows. Honeyguide 40 (1): 28. Abstract.
Harwin, R.M. (1995): More on the roosting of black crows. Honeyguide 41 (1): 25.
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Hoesch, W. (1936): On a collection of birds from North-western Abyssinia. Ibis 6, 13th series: 163-
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Jessnitz, R. & Jessnitz, J. (1986): Burying of excess food by black crows. Lanioturdus 22 (3): 55.
Laiolo, P. & Rolando, A. (2003): Comparative analysis of the rattle calls in Corvus and Nucifraga:
The effect of body size, bill size, and phylogeny. Condor, 105 (1): 139-144. Abstract.
Lecocq, S. (1993): Avifaune du marais du Grand Haze (Orne). Cormoran 8 (3): 164, 229-234.
Maclean, G.L. (1985): Robert’s Birds of Southern Africa. John Voelcker Bird Book Fund. Cape Town.
Marshall, B.E. (1979): On the distribution of crows in Rhodesia. Honeyguide 98: 5-14.
McGill, L. (1992): More highwire acts. Promerops 203: 13.
Osborne, T.O. & Colebrook-Robjent, J.F.R. (1982): Nesting of the greater kestrel Falco rupicoloides
in Zambia. Journal of Raptor Research 16 (3): 71-76.
Price, R. D. & Hellenthal, R. A. (1998): Taxonomy of Philopterus (Phthiraptera: Philopteridae) from
the Corvidae (Passeriformes), with descriptions of nine new species. Annals of the Entomological
Society of America, 91 (6): 782-799. Abstract.
Rohloff, P. (1987): Black crows to flock or not to flock. Witwatersrand Bird Club 136: 8-9.
Sakai, H.F., Ralph, C.J. & Jenkins, C.D.(1986): Foraging ecology of the Hawaiian Crow, an
endangered generalist. Condor 88 (2): 211-219. Abstract Kompletter Artikel als pdf.
Skead, C.J. (1952): A study of the Black Crow Corvus capensis. Ibis 94: 434-351.
Smith, K.D. (1957): Birds of Eritrea. Ibis 99: 326.
Steyn, P.(1965): Distraction behaviour in the Black Crow. Bokmakierie 17: 16-17.
Tyler, S.J. (2002): Crows in Botswana - their distribution and abundance. Babbler 41: 23-31.
Walker, D. & Marx, J.T. (1991): [Crows of Orange Free State]. Mirafra 8 (1): 18-24.
Zusi, R.L. (1987): A feeding adaptation of the jaw articulation in new world jays (Corvidae). Auk 104
(4): 665-680. Abstract Kompletter Artikel als pdf.
Zyl, A. J. van (1994): Sex-related local movement in adult rock kestrels in the eastern Cape Province,
South Africa. Wilson Bulletin, 106 (1): 145-148. Abstract. Kompletter Artikel als pdf

				
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