LITERATURE

Evening Grosbeak © Jay McGowan

PAPERS & BOOKS

FINCHES

Newton I. 1972
Finches.
Harper Collins, Collins New Naturalist Library, Book 55
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GROSBEAKS

Young M. A., C. S. Adkisson 2020.
Pine Grosbeak (Pinicola enucleator), version 2.0 (online)
In: Birds of the World (P. G. Rodewald and B. K. Keeney, Editors). Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Ithaca, NY, USA.
Available at: https://birdsoftheworld.org/bow/species/pingro/2.0
(subscription needed)
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Young M., T. Spahr, A. Spencer 2017.
Evening Grosbeak Call Types of North America (online)
Available at: https://ebird.org/news/evening-grosbeak-call-types-of-north-america (Accessed: 13 March 2020).
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Sewall K., R. Kelsey and T. P. Hahn 2004.
Discrete Variants of Evening Grosbeak Flight Calls.
The Condor Vol. 106, No. 1
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Krüger S. 1979.
Der Kernbeißer (The Hawfinch).
Die Neue Brehm Bücherei, Westarp Verlag.
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ROSEFINCHES & PURPLE FINCHES

Ernst S., P. Franke 2014.
Strophentypen des Karmingimpels Carpodacus erythrinus in einem mehrjährig besetzten Brutrevier im sächsischen Vogtland.
(Songs types of Common Rosefinch Carpodacus erythrinus in a breeding ground occupied for several years in the Saxonian Vogtland).
Mitteilungen Verein Sächsischer Ornithologen 11
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Bozhko S. 1980.
Der Karmingimpel (The Common Rosefinch).
Die Neue Brehm Bücherei, Westarp Verlag.
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REDPOLLS

Pittaway R., J. Iron (revised) 2015.
Subspecies of Common and Hoary Redpolls (online)
First published 1992 in: The Journal Ontario Birds 10(3): 108-114
Available at: http://www.jeaniron.ca/2015/redpollsRP.htm
(Accessed: 13 March 2020)
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Ernst S. 1998.
Die Birkenzeisige (The Redpolls).
Verlag der Buchhandlung Klingenthal

RED CROSSBILL

Benkman C. W. and M. A. Young 2020.
Red Crossbill (Loxia curvirostra), version 1.0 (online)
In: Birds of the World (S. M. Billerman, B. K. Keeney, P. G. Rodewald, and T. S. Schulenberg, Editors). Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Ithaca, NY, USA. (Accessed: 13 March 2020).
(subscription needed)
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Brady R.S., N.M. Anich, and M.A. Young 2019.
Wisconsin’s Red Crossbill irruption of 2017–18: Distribution, abundance, and breeding behavior of multiple call types.
Passenger Pigeon 81: 215–240.
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Tremblay J., M. Robert, D. Hynes, M. Young, and B. Drolet 2018.
Range extension of the threatened Red Crossbill (Loxia curvirostra percna) in Canada: New insights from Anticosti Island, Québec.
Avian Conservation and Ecology 13(1):10.
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Young M. and T. Spahr 2017.
Crossbills of North America: species and Red Crossbill call types (online)
Available at: https://ebird.org/news/evening-grosbeak-call-types-of-north-america (Accessed: 13 March 2020).
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Smith K. G.; Neal, J. C.; and Young, M. A. 2015.
Red Crossbill Invasion of Northwestern Arkansas during 2012-2013.
Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science: Vol. 69 , Article 17.
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Young M. A., D. A. Fifield, and W. A. Montevecchi 2012.
New evidence in support of a distinctive Red Crossbill (Loxia curvirostra) type in Newfoundland.
North American Birds 66:29-33.
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Young M. A., K. Blankenship, M. Westphal, and S. Holzman 2011.
Status and distribution of Type 1 Red Crossbill (Loxia curvirostra): an Appalachian call type?
North American Birds 65:554–561.
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Young M. A. 2011.
Red Crossbill ( Loxia curvirostra) Call Types of New York: a closer look at their taxonomy, flight call vocalizations, and ecology.
Kingbird 61:106123
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Young M. A. 2010.
Type 5 Red Crossbill (Loxia curvirostra) in New York: first confirmation east of the Rocky Mountains.
North American Birds 64: 343–346.
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Nethersole-Thomson D. 2010.
The Pine Crossbills.
T & AD Poyser

Pieplow N. 2007.
Colorado’s Crossbill Types 2, 4 and 5
Colorado Birds Vol. 41 Nr. 3
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Münch H. 2003.
Die Kreuzschnäbel (The Crossbills).
Die Neue Brehm Bücherei, Westarp Verlag.
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Groth J. 1993.
Evolutionary Differentiation in Morphology, Vocalizations, and Allozymes Among Nomadic Sibling Species in the North American Red Crossbill (Loxia curvirostra) Complex.
UC Publications in Zoology.
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Groth J. 1988.
Resolution of cryptic species in Apalachian Red Crossbills.
The Condor Vol. 90, No. 4
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BLOGS

FINCHES

Earbirding by Nathan Pieplow
Mimicry in Cardueline Finches

GROSBEAKS

Earbirding by Nathan Pieplow
Do Evening Grosbeaks Sing?
Earbirding by Nathan Pieplow
Got Grosbeaks?

REDPOLLS

Birding Mongolia by Andreas Buchheim & Axel Bräunlich
ID of Mongolian Redpolls
Earbirding by Nathan Pieplow
Common and Hoary Redpolls
Matt Young for Birding Frontiers
North American Redpolls

CROSSBILLS

Pine Muncher by Lindsay Cargill
A blog dedicated to WP Crossbills
Turnstones by Thijs Fijen
WP Crossbill Flight Calls

GUIDES

Birds In Flight
Cornell Guide to Bird Sounds – Master Set
Cornell Guide to Bird Sounds – Essential Set
Flight Calls of Migratory Birds – Eastern NA Landbirds
Merlin
Peterson Field Guide to Bird Sounds
Songs of Warblers of North America
The Warbler Guide
Voices of Hawaii’s Birds

ARCHIVES

Animal Sound Archive Berlin
British Library Sounds
eBird/Macaulay Library
Fonozoo
Xeno Canto