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2017 Volume 37, Number 4   

Special Section:

Birds II

I. SPECIAL SECTION: Birds II, Edited by Nicole Sault
FOR THE BIRDS, PART II: HOW BIRDS SHOW US THE ADVANTAGES OF AN ETHNOBIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE
Nicole Sault
BIRDS AS SEERS: AN ETHNO-ORNITHOLOGICAL APPROACH TO OMENS AND PROGNOSTICATION AMONG THE CH'ORTI' MAYA OF GUATEMALA 
Kerry Hull and Rob Fergus
BIRDS IN MAYA IMAGINATION: A HISTORICAL ETHNO-ORNITHOLOGY    
E. N. Anderson
THE HUMAN FACTOR: ECOLOGICAL SALIENCE IN ORNITHOLOGY AND ETHNO-ORNITHOLOGY  
Andrew G. Gosler 
RARÁMURI BIRD KNOWLEDGE AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE IN THE SIERRA TARAHUMARA, CHIHUAHUA, MEXICO 
Andrew M. Miller and Edward Doolittle  
 
WHAT A LITTLE BIRD TELLS US ABOUT SYMBOLIC THOUGHT: THE RUSSETT-CAPPED STUBTAIL (TESIA EVERETTI) IN NAGE AUGURY, MYTH, AND METAPHOR
Gary Forth 
INTENTIONAL FIRE-SPREADING BY "FIRE HAWK" RAPTORS IN NORTHERN AUSTRALIA 
Mark Bonta, Robert Gosford, Dick Eussen, Nathan Ferguson, Erana Loveless, and Maxwell Witwer 
 
 
ii. Regular submissions
LOCAL PERSPECTIVES ON CONFLICTS WITH WILDLIFE AND THEIR MANAGEMENT IN THE SIERRA GORDA BIOSPHERE RESERVE, MEXICO  
Inés Arroyo-Quiroz, Raúl García-Barrios, Arturo Argueta-Villamar, Robert J Smith, and Ramón Pérez Gil Salcido
WILD MEDICINAL SPECIES TRADED IN THE BALSAS BASIN, MEXICO: RISK ANALYSIS AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THEIR CONSERVATION 
Leonardo Beltran-Rodriguez, Fernando Manzo-Ramos, Belinda Maldonado-Almanza, Andrea Martínez-Ballesté, and José Blancas
TREE DIVERSITY AND USES IN COFFEE PLANTATIONS OF A MIXE COMMUNITY IN OAXACA, MEXICO
Bia'ni Madsa' Juárez-López, Noé Velázquez-Rosas, and Citalli López-Binnqüist
GENDER INFLUENCES IN THE PERCEPTION AND USE OF THE LANDSCAPE IN A RURAL COMMUNITY OF GERMAN IMMIGRANT DESCENDANTS IN BRAZIL 
Renata Andressa Poderoso, Nivaldo Peroni, and Natalia Hanazaki

 

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