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Vol 130, No 2 (2016)
Table of Contents
|Carolyn Callaghan, Dwayne Lepitzki||188|
|Harlequin Ducks (Histrionicus histrionicus) Scavenge Sea Urchin Fragments from Foraging Sea Otters (Enhydra lutris)|
|Erin Rechsteiner, Angeleen Olson||91-98|
|Nesting Behaviour and Reproductive Success of Sprague’s Pipit (Anthus spragueii) and Vesper Sparrow (Pooecetes gramineus) during Pipeline Construction|
|Glenn C Sutter, Stephen K Davis, Janice C Skiffington, Laura M Keating, Lois A Pittaway||99-109|
|Reproductive Rates in Lesser Scaup (Aythya affinis) in Southwestern Manitoba: Another Look at the Data|
|Climate Warming as an Explanation for the Recent Northward Range Extension of Two Dragonflies, Pachydiplax longipennis and Perithemis tenera, into the Ottawa Valley, Eastern Ontario|
|Paul M Catling||122-132|
|Aberrant Colouration in the Atlantic Puffin (Fratercula arctica), the Common Murre (Uria aalge), and the Thick-billed Murre (U. lomvia) from Atlantic Canada||PDF Table S1|
|Alexander L Bond, Antony W Diamond||140-145|
|Evidence of Predation on Nestling Birds by Eastern Gartersnakes (Thamnophis sirtalis sirtalis)|
|William D. Halliday||146-151|
|Pre-settlement Snail Fauna on the Sandbanks Baymouth Bar, Lake Ontario, Compared with Nearby Contemporary Faunas|
|Robert G Forsyth, Paul Catling, Brenda Kostiuk, Sheila McKay-Kuja, Allen Kuja||152-157|
|Ancient Lake Maxima and Substrate-dependent Riverine Migration Have Defined the Range of the Mudpuppy (Necturus maculosus) in Southern Ontario Following the Wisconsinan Glaciation|
|Peter B Mills, Duncan J E Hill||158-163|
|The History of Elk (Cervus canadensis) Restoration in Ontario|
|Josef Hamr, Frank F Mallory, Ivan Filion||167-173|
|Silver-white Variants of the Eastern Red-backed Salamander, Plethodon cinereus, from Eastern Canada|
|Martin Ouellet, Jean-David Moore||133-136|
|Cream Pincushions (Scabiosa ochroleuca; Dipsacaceae), a New Established Exotic Plant in Eastern Canada|
|Ross A Layberry, Paul Catling||137-139|
|Second Report of the Gray Fox, Urocyon cinereoargenteus, in New Brunswick|
|Donald F McAlpine, Jonathan Cormier, Isaac G MacLean||164-166|
|Head-bobbing in the Ring-billed Gull (Larus delawarensis)|
|Thomas J Lisney, Nikolaus F Troje||174-177|
|"Free-ranging Cats – Behavior, Ecology, Management" by Stephen Spotte, 2014. [book review]|
|"Twice the Species at Half the Heft: A Review of Keys to the Lichens of North America: Revised and Expanded" by Irwin M. Brodo, 2016. [book review]|
|Diane L. Haughland||179|
|"Pacific Seaweeds – A Guide to Common Seaweeds of the West Coast (Expanded Edition)" by Louis Druehl and Bridgette Clarkston, 2016. [book review]|
News and Comment
|News and Comment|
|The Ottawa Field-Naturalists’ Club Awards for 2015, presented April 2016|
|Editor’s Report for Volume 129 (2015)|
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