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1. Boeckle, M., Szipl, G., Bugnyar, T. 2018Raven food calls indicate sender’s age and sex. Frontiers in Zoology 15: 5EnglishNormal PaperYes

2. Sima, M.J., Matzinger, T., Bugnyar, T., Pika, S. 2018Reconciliation and third-party affiliation in carrion crows. Ethology 124: 33-44.EnglishNormal PaperYesYes

3. van Grouw, H. 2018White feathers in black birds. British birds 111: 250-263.EnglishNormal PaperYes

4. da Silva, A., DIez-Méndez, D., Kempenaers, B. 2017Effects of experimental night lighting on the daily timing of winter foraging in common European songbirds. Journal of avian biology 48: 862-871.EnglishNormal PaperYes

5. Fernando, S.W., Peterson, A.T., Li, S.-H. 2017Reconstructing the geographic origin of the New World jays. Neotropical biodiversity 3 (1): 80-92.EnglishNormal PaperYes

6. Ferro, I., Navarro-Sigüenza, A.G., Morrone, J.J. 2017Biogeographical transitions in the Sierra Madre Oriental, Mexico, shown by chorological and evolutionary biogeographical affinities of passerine birds (Aves: Passeriformes). Journal of biogeography. 44: 2145-2160.EnglishNormal PaperYes

7. Khan, A.A., Qureshi, I.Z. 2017Vocalizations of adult male Asian koels (Eudynamys scolopacea) in the breeding season. PLoS ONE 12 (10): e0186604.EnglishNormal PaperYesYes

8. Munteanu, A.M., Stocker, M., Stöwe, M., Massen, J.J.M., Bugnyar, T. 2017Behavioural and Hormonal Stress Responses to Social Separation in Ravens, Corvus corax. Ethology 123: 123-135.EnglishNormal PaperYes

9. Saikia, P.J., Goswami, V.P. 2017 [Pied Crow Corvus albus at Jodhpur, India: Where did it come from?] Indian birds 13 (6): 147-149.EnglishNormal PaperYes

10. Scofield, R.P., Mitchell, K.J., Wood, J.R., De Pietri, V.L., Jarvie, S., Llamas, B., Cooper, A. 2017The origin and phylogenetic relationships of the New Zealand ravens. Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 106: 136-143.EnglishNormal PaperYes

11. Shahabuddin, G., Goswami, R., Gupta, M. 2017An annotated checklist of the birds of banj oak–chir pine forests in Kumaon, Uttarakhand. Indian birds 13 (2): 29-36EnglishChecklistYes

12. Sharma, N., Sharma, S. 2017A recent record of Rooks Corvus frugilegus from the Jammu plains, north-western India. Indian birds 13 (2): 51-52.EnglishNormal PaperYes

13. Simes, M., Johnson, D., Streit, J., LOngshore, K. 2017Common Raven (Corvus corax) kleptoparasitism at a Golden Eagle (Aquila chyrsaetos) nest in southern Nevada. The Wilson journal of ornithology 129 (1): 195-198.EnglishNormal PaperYes

14. Soler, M., Macías-Sánchez, E., Martín-Gálvaz, D., de Neve, L. 2017Complex feeding behaviour by magpies in nests with great spotted cuckoo nestlings. Journal of avian biology 48: 1406-1413.EnglishNormal PaperYes

15. Song, G., Zhang, R., Alström, P., Irestedt, M., Cai, T., Qu, Y., Ericson, P.G.P., Fjeldså, J., Lei, F. 2017Complete taxon sampling of the avian genus Pica (magpies) reveals ancient relictual populations and synchronous Late-Pleistocene demographic expansion across the Northern Hemisphere. Journal of avian biology EnglishNormal PaperYes

16. Tanimoto, A.M., Hart, P.J., Pack, A.A., Switzer, R. 2017Vocal repertoire and signal characteristics of 'Alalā, the Hawaiian Crow (Corvus hawaiiensis). The Wilson journal of ornithology 129 (1): 25-35.EnglishNormal PaperYes

17. Baidya, P., Gawas, H., Mukherjee, S., Gawas, S. 2016Decadal changes and additions to birds of Pondicherry University, Puducherry, India. Indian birds 11 (2): 29-34.EnglishNormal PaperYes

18. Choudhury, A. 2016Bird observations from Valmiki Tiger Reserve, Bihar. Indian birds 11 (3): 57-63.EnglishNormal PaperYes

19. Dilawar, M., Sharma, V. 2016A new breeding location of Indian Skimmer Rynchops albicollis , and notes on tther birds in Son Gharial Wildlife Sanctuary, Madhya Pradesh, India. Indian birds 11 (2): 35-38.EnglishNormal PaperYes

20. Jansen, J.J.F.J. 2016Early Indian bird collectors: Jean Macé, collector during 1798–1803. Indian birds 11 (1): 10-12.EnglishNormal PaperYes

21. Katzner, T.E. 2016Hanging out at the Airport: Unusual Upside-down Perching Behavior by Eurasian Jackdaws (Corvus monedula) in a Human-dominated Environment. The Wilson journal of ornithology 128 (4): 926-930.EnglishNormal PaperYes

22. Kennedy, J.D., Borregaard, M.K., Jønsson, K.A., Marki, P.Z., Fjeldså, J., Rahbek, C. 2016The influence of wing morphology upon the dispersal, geographical distributions and diversification of the Corvides (Aves; Passeriformes). Proceedings of the Royal Society Biological Sciences Series B 283: 20161922.EnglishNormal PaperYesYes

23. Koparde, P., Raote, N. 2016Areas of avian richness across an urban-rural setting: A case study of selected water-bodies from Pune, Maharashtra, India. Indian birds 12 (2&3): 50-55.EnglishChecklistYes

24. Mori, D., Vyas, R., Upadhyay, K. 2016Breeding biology of the Short-toed Snake Eagle Circaetus gallicus. Indian birds 12 (6): 149-156.EnglishNormal PaperYes

25. Nahid, M.I., Begum, S., Feeroz, M.M. 2016Brood parasitic cuckoos and their hosts in Jahangirnagar University campus. Indian birds 12 (2&3): 64-69.EnglishNormal PaperYes

26. Nahid, M.I., Fossøy, F., Begum, S., Røskaft, E., Stokke, B.G. 2016First record of Common Tailorbird (Orthotomus sutorius) parasitism by Plaintive Cuckoo (Cacomantis merulinus) in Bangladesh. Avian Research 7: 14.EnglishNormal PaperYesYes

27. Narayanan, T.B. 2016Birds of Alagarkovil Range, Dindigul District, Tamil Nadu. Indian birds 12 (4&5): 119-127.EnglishNormal PaperYes

28. Praveen, J., Jayapal, R., Pittie, A. 2016A checklist of the birds of India. Indian birds 11 (5&6): 113-172A.EnglishChecklistYes

29. Praveen, J., Subramanya, S., Raj, V.M. 2016A checklist of the birds of Karnataka. Indian birds 12 (4&5): 89-118.EnglishChecklistYes

30. Singh, B. 2016Sarus spotting through a train window. Indian birds 11 (4): 93-96.EnglishNormal PaperYes

31. Babu, S., Subramanya, S., Dilawar, M. 2015Kite flying: Effect of Chinese manja on birds in Bangalore, India. Indian birds 10 (1): 13-18.EnglishNormal PaperYes

32. Barcelos, L.M.D., Rodrigues, P.R., Bried, J., Mendonça, E.P., Gabriel, R., Vieriy Borges, P.A. 2015Birds from the Azores: An updated list with some comments on species distribution. Biodiversity Data Journal 3: e6604.EnglishChecklistYes

33. Bhat, S. 2015Birdbaths: Attracting birds to an urban home garden. Indian birds 10 (2): 35-39.EnglishNormal PaperYes

34. Carr, P. 2015Birds of the British Indian Ocean Territory, Chagos Archipelago, central Indian Ocean. Indian birds 10 (3&4): 57-70.EnglishNormal PaperYes

35. Cottee-Jones, H.E.W., Matthews, T.J., Bregman, T.P., Barua, ., Tamuly, J., Whittaker, R.J. 2015Are Protected Areas Required to Maintain Functional Diversity in Human-Modified Landscapes? PLoS ONE 10 (5): e0123952.EnglishNormal PaperYesYes

36. Gadadhar, S., Belur, R.R. 2015Interaction between a Jungle Crow Corvus culminatus and a Malabar Pied Hornbill Anthracoceros coronatus. Indian birds 11 (1): 22-23.EnglishNormal PaperYes

37. Ghorpadé, K. 2015Birds in urban human habitations and the case in Dharwad, northern Karnataka. Indian birds 10 (3&4): 71-84.EnglishNormal PaperYes

38. Li, N., Fang, S.-B., Li, X.-H., An, S.-Q., Lu, C.-H. 2015Differential contribution of frugivorous birds to dispersal patterns of the endangered Chinese yew (Taxus chinensis). Scientific reports 5: 10045.EnglishNormal PaperYesYes

39. Praveen, J., Nameer P.O. 2015Bird diversity of protected areas in the Munnar Hills, Kerala, India. Indian birds 10 (1): 1-12.EnglishNormal PaperYes

40. Raju S. 2015Population trend of the common birds in a residential area of Thiruvananthapuram city, Kerala. Indian birds 10 (2): 40-45.EnglishNormal PaperYes

41. Sapthagirish, M.K., Kaur, S., Kumara, H.N. 2015Avifauna of Kukkarahalli Tank: Decline of species due to impact of 'restoration' work. Indian birds 10 (6): 141-146.EnglishNormal PaperYes

42. Sathasivam, K. 2015The birds of Madurai city. Indian birds 10 (2): 29-34.EnglishNormal PaperYes

43. Sharma, V., Sharma, L., Kumawat, R.K., Sharma, K.K. 2015Sightings of partial albino Common House Crow Corvus splendes from central Aravalli foothills, Ajmer, Rajasthan, India. Journal on New Biological Reports 4 (2): 162-163.EstonianNormal PaperYes

44. Turaga, J. 2015Birds and trees in anurban context: An ecosystem paradigm for Vasant Vihar, New Delhi, India. Indian birds 10 (3&4): 85-93.EnglishNormal PaperYes

45. Vaghela, U., Sawant, D., Bhagwat, V. 2015Woolly-necked Storks Ciconia episcopus nesting on mobile-towers in Pune, Maharashtra. Indian birds 10 (6): 154-155.EnglishNormal PaperYes

46. Holt, B.G., Jønsson, K.A. 2014Reconciling hierarchical taxonomy with molecular phylogenies. Systematic biology 63 (6): 1010-1017.EnglishNormal PaperYes

47. Nahid, M.I. 2014Risk of brood parasitism and predation in relation to human activity in Jahangirnagar University campus, Bangladesh. Norwegian University of Science and Technology EnglishDiploma thesisYesYes

48. Santharam, V., Sathasivam, K., Badrinarayanan, T., Sudhakar, K.V. 2014Birds of the Sirumalai Hills. Indian birds 9 (3): 57-63.EnglishNormal PaperYes

49. Sashikumar, C., Vishnudas, C.K., Raju, S., Vinayan, P.A. 2014On Sálim Ali's trail: A comparative assessment of southern Kerala's avifauna after 75 years. Indian birds 9 (2): 29-40.EnglishNormal PaperYes

50. Sharma, M., Sangha, H.S., Jain, A. 2014Some noteworthy records from the Lohit Valley, eastern Arunachal Pradesh, India. Indian birds 9 (4): 88-92.EnglishNormal PaperYes