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Using molt cycles to categorize the age of tropical birds: an integrative new system
JD Wolfe, TB Ryder, P Pyle
Journal of Field Ornithology 81 (2), 186-194, 2010
1062010
The current state of knowledge on molt and plumage sequences in selected tropical families: A review
TB Ryder, J Wolfe
Ornitologia Neotropical. 20: 1-18 20 (1), 1-18, 2009
1032009
Decay of interspecific avian flock networks along a disturbance gradient in Amazonia
K Mokross, TB Ryder, MC Côrtes, JD Wolfe, PC Stouffer
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1776), 20132599, 2014
972014
Molt in Neotropical birds: Life history and aging criteria
EI Johnson, JD Wolfe
CRC Press, 2017
702017
Modifications to a molt‐based ageing system proposed by Wolfe et al.(2010)
EI Johnson, JD Wolfe, T Brandt Ryder, P Pyle
Journal of Field Ornithology 82 (4), 422-424, 2011
672011
Breeding seasons, molt patterns, and gender and age criteria for selected northeastern Costa Rican resident landbirds
JD Wolfe, P Pyle, CJ Ralph
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 121 (3), 556-567, 2009
632009
Island vs. countryside biogeography: An examination of how Amazonian birds respond to forest clearing and fragmentation
JD Wolfe, PC Stouffer, K Mokross, LL Powell, MM Anciães
Ecosphere 6 (12), 1-14, 2015
572015
Long‐term change in the avifauna of undisturbed Amazonian rainforest: ground‐foraging birds disappear and the baseline shifts
PC Stouffer, V Jirinec, CL Rutt, RO Bierregaard Jr, A Hernández‐Palma, ...
Ecology Letters 24 (2), 186-195, 2021
482021
Do birds select habitat or food resources? Nearctic-Neotropic migrants in northeastern Costa Rica
JD Wolfe, MD Johnson, CJ Ralph
PloS one 9 (1), e86221, 2014
472014
Meta-analysis of California Spotted Owl (Strix occidentalis occidentalis) territory occupancy in the Sierra Nevada: Habitat associations and their implications for …
DJ Tempel, JJ Keane, RJ Gutiérrez, JD Wolfe, GM Jones, A Koltunov, ...
The Condor: Ornithological Applications 118 (4), 747-765, 2016
412016
Correlations between El Niño—Southern Oscillation and Changes in Nearctic—Neotropic Migrant Condition in Central America
JD Wolfe, CJ Ralph
The Auk 126 (4), 809-814, 2009
382009
AVONET: morphological, ecological and geographical data for all birds
JA Tobias, C Sheard, AL Pigot, AJM Devenish, J Yang, F Sayol, ...
Ecology Letters 25 (3), 581-597, 2022
352022
Changes in the apparent survival of a tropical bird in response to the El Niño Southern Oscillation in mature and young forest in Costa Rica
JD Wolfe, CJ Ralph, P Elizondo
Oecologia 178 (3), 715-721, 2015
352015
Heterogeneous movement of insectivorous Amazonian birds through primary and secondary forest: A case study using multistate models with radiotelemetry data
LL Powell, JD Wolfe, EI Johnson, JE Hines, JD Nichols, PC Stouffer
Biological Conservation 188, 100-108, 2015
342015
Changes in habitat use at rain forest edges through succession: a case study of understory birds in the Brazilian Amazon
LL Powell, G Zurita, JD Wolfe, EI Johnson, PC Stouffer
Biotropica 47 (6), 723-732, 2015
252015
Searching for consensus in molt terminology 11 years after Howell et al.'s “first basic problem”
JD Wolfe, EI Johnson, RS Terrill
The Auk: Ornithological Advances 131 (3), 371-377, 2014
242014
Variation in tropical bird survival across longitude and guilds: a case study from the Amazon
JD Wolfe, PC Stouffer, GF Seeholzer
Oikos 123 (8), 964-970, 2014
212014
Molt patterns, age, and sex criteria for selected highland Costa Rican resident landbirds
JD Wolfe, RB Chandler, DI King
Ornitologia Neotropical 20: 451–459 20, 451-459, 2009
212009
Forest recovery in post-pasture Amazonia: Testing a conceptual model of space use by insectivorous understory birds
LL Powell, JD Wolfe, EI Johnson, PC Stouffer
Biological Conservation 194, 22-30, 2016
202016
Progress in our understanding of molt patterns in Central American and Caribbean landbirds
JD Wolfe, P Pyle
Ornitología Neotropical 23 (Supplement), 169-176, 2012
182012
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