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Volume 36, Issue 4 - December 2016: 

Special Sections:(1) Birds, and (2) Urban Ethnobiology
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I. SPECIAL SECTION: birds. guest edited by nicole sault
FOR THE BIRDS: HOW ETHNO-ORNITHOLOGY OPENS DOORS TO UNDERSTANDING RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHERS 
Nicole Sault
SALMONBERRY BIRD AND GOOSE WOMAN: BIRDS, PLANTS, AND PEOPLE IN INDIGENOUS PEOPLES' LIFEWAYS IN NORTHWESTERN NORTH AMERICA
Nancy J. Turner and Jonaki Bhattacharyya
BIRDS AND THE SPIRIT WORLD OF THE LOWER MURRAY, SOUTH AUSTRALIA  
Philip A. Clark
WARBLISH: VERBAL MIMICRY OF BIRDSONG
Hannah Sarvasy
HOW HUMMINGBIRD AND VULTURE MEDIATE BETWEEN LIFE AND DEATH IN LATIN AMERICA
Nicole Sault  
II. SPECIAL SECTION: urban ethnobiology. guest edited by marla e. emery & patrick t. hurley
ETHNOBIOLOGY IN THE CITY: EMBRACING THE URBAN ECOLOGICAL MOVEMENT 
Marla R. Emery and Patrick T. Hurley
WAYS OF BELONGING: MEANINGS OF "NATURE" AMONG XHOSA-SPEAKING TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS IN SOUTH AFRICA 
Michelle Cocks, Jamie Alexander, Lydia Mogano, and Susanne Vetter
SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL REFUGES: RECONNECTING IN COMMUNITY GARDENS IN LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
John Chan, Lisa Pennisi, and Charles A. Francis
THE USE OF MEDICINAL PLANS IN RIO DE JANEIRO'S URBAN PERIPHERY: AN ANALYSIS OF COMMUNITIES' ENGAGEMENT WITH POLICIES
Kerri Brown
 
STORIES, SHRINES, AND SYMBOLS: RECOGNIZING PSYCHO-SOCIAL-SPIRITUAL BENEFITS OF URBAN PARKS AND NATURAL AREAS
Erika S. Svendsen, Lindsay K. Campbell, and Heather L. McMillen
III. REGULAR SUBMISSIONS
PALEOINDIANS, PROBOSCIDEANS, AND PHYTOTOXINS: EXPLORING THE FEASIBILITY OF POISON HUNTING DURING THE LAST GLACIAL-INTERGLACIAL TRANSITION
Alan J. Osborn
WOOD ANALYSIS OF AN OUTER COFFIN UNEARTHED FROM THE QIAN ZHANG TOMB (AD 1535) IN WUXI OF EAST CHINA
Guilin Zhang, Huijuan Mai, Baoshan Liu, Mark D. Merlin, Shuzhi Wang, Yiquan Li, and Hongen Jiang

 

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