A Birder's Guide to Belize

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Babin, M. J. (2005). Geographic variation and speciation in rough-winged swallows (Aves: Hirundinidae: Stelgidopteryx). Master's Thesis, Louisiana State University.

Bangs, O. and M. E. Peck (1908). On some rare and new birds from British Honduras. Proc. Biol. Soc. Washington 31:43-46.

Barrow, J. C., J. A. Dick and E. Pendergast (1970). Additional records of birds from British Honduras (Belize). Condor 72:371-372.

Berry, R. B., C. W. Benkman, A. Muela, Y. Seminario and M. Curti (2010). Isolation and decline of a population of the Orange-breasted Falcon. Condor 112(3):479-489.

Clark, W. S., H. L. Jones, C. D. Bensh, and N. J. Schmitt (2006). Field Identification of the Solitary Eagle. Birding 38:66-74.

Clinton-Eitniear, J. (1986). Status of the large forest eagles of Belize. Birds of Prey Bull. 3:107-110.

Figueroa, O. A. and G. Albanese (2003). The nest and eggs of the Mangrove (Maya) Vireo (Vireo pallens semiflavus). Ornithologia Neotropical 13:437-439.

Howell, S. N. G., B. A. Dowell, D. A. James, R. A. Behrstock and C. S. Robbins (1992).  New and noteworthy bird records from Belize Bull. B.O.C. 112(4):235-244.

Jones, H. L., E. McRae, M. Meadows and S. N. G. Howell (2000).  Status updates for selected bird species in Belize, including several species previously undocumented from the country. Cotinga 13: 17-31.

Jones, H. L. (2002). Erroneous and unconfirmed bird records from Belize: setting the record straight Bull. B.O.C. 122(3):201-216.

Jones, H. L. and P. Balderamos (2011). Status and distribution of seabirds in Belize: threats and conservation opportunities. In Palomares, M.L.D., Pauly, D. (eds.), Too Precious to Drill: the Marine Biodiversity of Belize, pp. 25-33. Fisheries Centre Research Reports 19(6). Fisheries Centre, University of British Columbia.

McReynolds, M. S. (2013). Patterns of seasonal variation in diet, abundance, and movement of the Scarlet Macaw (Ara macao) in southern Belize. Ph.D. Thesis, Antioch University.

Miller & Miller (2012). Summary of the 2011 Gallon Jug CBC.

Mills, E. D. and D. T. Rogers Jr. (1988). First record of the Blue-throated Goldentail (Hylocharis eliciae) in Belize. Wilson Bull. 100:510.

Mills, E. D. and D. T. Rogers Jr. (1990). Nearctic passerine fall migration in central Belize. Wilson Bull. 102(1):146-150.

Mills, E. D. and D. T. Rogers Jr. (1992). Ratios of neotropical migrant and neotropical resident birds in winter in a citrus plantation in central Belize. J. Field Ornithol. 63(2):109-116.

Millsap, B. A., S. H. Seipke and W. S. Clark (2011). The Gray Hawk (Buteo nitidus) is two species. Condor 113:326-339.

Phillips, R., P. Balderamos and D. Roth (2010). First nesting of Northern Crested Caracara Caracara cheriway in Belize, Central America. Bull. B.O.C. 130(1):69-70.

Phillips, R. (2011). Studying the Stygian Owl Asio stygius robustus in Mountain Pine Ridge, Belize, Belize Raptor Research Institute.  Spizaetus Neotropial Raptor Network Newsletter, Issue 12, December 2011.
http://www.neotropicalraptors.org/Newsletter PDFs/Spizaetus 12 English.pdf

Phillips, R. (2012). An active nest of the rare Solitary Eagle Harpyhaliaetus solitarius discovered in Belize. Spizaetus Neotropical Raptor Network Newsletter, Issue 13, June 2012.

Rotenberg, J. A., J. A. Marlin, L. Pop, and W. Garcia (2012). First record of a Harpy Eagle (Harpia harpyja) nest in Belize - Wilson J. Ornithology, 124(2):292-297. http://www.bfreebz.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/First-Record-of-a-Harpy-Eagle-Harpia-harpyja-Nest-in-Belize.pdf

Russell, S. M. (1964). A distributional study of the birds of British Honduras, The American Ornithologists' Union, Ornithological Monographs, No.  1. http://www.science.uwaterloo.ca/~smithsm/Russell_Birds_of_British_Honduras.pdf

Russell, S. M. (1966). Status of the Black Rail and the Gray-breasted Crake in British Honduras. Condor 68(1):105-107.

Willis, E. O. (1960).  A study of the foraging behavior of two species of ant-tanagers. Auk 77:150-170.

Wood, D. S. and R. C. Leberman (1987). Results of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History expeditions to Belize. III. Distribution notes on the birds of Belize. Annals Carnegie Mus. 56:137-160.

Weyer, D. (1984). Diurnal birds of prey of Belize. Hawk Trust Annual Report 14:22-39.

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