Journal of Caribbean Ornithology

The Journal of Caribbean Ornithology is a refereed scientific journal, produced by the non-profit society BirdsCaribbean.  The journal has been in publication since 2005 and serves as an important resource for ornithological information in the Caribbean.  We publish in English, Spanish, and French, depending on the author's primary language, and we include translations of the title, abstract, and key words in each of the non-primary languages.  Our over-arching goal is to provide freely accessible information that expands the scientific understanding of avian ecology in the Caribbean and serves to inform conservation decisions.  We welcome submissions of research articles, notes, review papers, and book reviews on all aspects of avian biology, ecology, natural history, and conservation within the Caribbean.  All of our manuscripts are open-access and can be downloaded from the Current Issue, or by searching our Archives.  

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Vol 29 (2016)

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Research Articles and Notes

Inventario de las poblaciones de aves en San Vicente y las Granadinas PDF
Hiram González Alonso, Alejandro Llanes Sosa, Eneider Pérez Mena 1-8
Registros de nuevas especies de aves accidentales y exóticas en la isla de Margarita, Venezuela PDF
Virginia Sanz, Elysa Silva, Gianco Angelozzi 9-12
Observation of a Barn Owl (Tyto alba) bathing in a rainwater pool in Jamaica PDF
Gary R. Graves 16-17
The status of the Eastern Phoebe (Sayornis phoebe) in Cuba PDF
Kenneth G.D. Burrell, Lillian A. Knopf 18-20
Avian biodiversity in a pasture-dominated ecosystem PDF
Jason P. Hernandez 21-27
Documentation of female song in a newly recognized species, the Puerto Rican Oriole (Icterus portoricensis) PDF
Susanna K. Campbell, Alcides L. Morales-Perez, John F. Malloy, Oliver C. Muellerklein, Jin A. Kim, Karan J. Odom, Kevin E. Omland 28-36
Sexual habitat segregation in migrant warblers along a shade gradient of Jamaican coffee farms PDF
Aaron B. Spidal, Matthew D. Johnson 37-42
First observations of Adelaide’s Warblers (Setophaga adelaidae) outside of Puerto Rico, in the U.S. Virgin Islands PDF
Sean M. Rune, LeAnn M. Conlon 43-46
Vagrancy and colonization of St. Thomas and St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands, by Adelaide’s Warblers (Setophaga adelaidae) PDF
Richard R. Veit, Lucinda C. Zawadzki, Lisa L. Manne, Pearl Cales, Danielle Fibikar, Shannon Curley, Elizabeth Dluhos, Robert L. Norton 47-50

Book Reviews

Birds of Vieques Island, Puerto Rico: Status, Abundance, and Conservation, by Daphne Gemmill, 2015 PDF
Review by: Joseph M. Wunderle 13-15
Beautiful Bahama Birds: Common Birds of the Bahama Islands, by Carolyn Wardle, Lynn Gape, and Predensa Moore, 2014 PDF
Review by: Steven C. Latta 51

Recent Ornithological Literature From the Caribbean

Recent Ornithological Literature from the Caribbean, V29 PDF
Steven C. Latta 52-54

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