North American Birds

VOLUME 68 NO2 2015

A Quarterly Journal of Ornithological Record Published by the American Birding Association. The mission of the journal is to provide a complete overview of the changing panorama of our continent’s birdlife.

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177 V o l u m e 6 8 ( 2 0 1 5 ) • N u m b e r 2 r e d - f o ot e d b o o b y i n n o va S c ot i a Brinkley, E. S. 2014. The Changing Seasons: 1000 words. North American Birds 68: 40- 46. Dittmann, D. L., and S. W. Cardiff. 2014. An- nual Report of the Louisiana Bird Records Committee. Newsletter of the Louisiana Bird Records Committee 1: 4-24. Retrieved online: http://losbird.org/lbrc/LBRC%20 Newsletter%202014.pdf. ----. 2010. Tenth report of the Louisiana Bird Records Committee. Journal of Louisiana Ornithology 8: 24-110. Duncan, C. D., and R. W. Havard. 1980. Pe- lagic birds of the northern Gulf of Mexico: a preliminary summary of distribution and abundance with comments on feld identi- fcation. American Birds 34: 122-132. Gjerdrum, C., D. A. Fifeld, and S. I. Wil- helm. 2012. Eastern Canada Seabirds at Sea (ECSAS): standardized protocol for pelagic seabird surveys from moving and stationary platforms. Canadian Wildlife Service Technical Report Series No. 515. Atlantic Region. Gutiérrez, R. 2010. The Red-footed Booby at l'Empordà, Catalonia, in December 2010. Second for Europe. Retrieved online: http:// www.rarebirdspain.net/arbsi037.htm. Hamilton, R. B. 1980. The winter season: Central Southern region. American Birds 34: 279-282. Hopkins, J., and J. Hopkins. 2010. The Red- footed Booby off Estepona, Málaga, August 2010, First for Spain. Retrieved online: http://www.rarebirdspain.net/arbsi035. htm. Howell, S. N. G. 2010. Molt in North Ameri- can Birds. Houghton Miffin Harcourt, New York. Howell, S. N. G., I. Lewington, and W. C. Russell. 2014. Rare Birds of North America. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey. Lockwood, M. W., and B. Freeman. 2014. The Texas Ornithological Society Handbook of Texas Birds. Second edition. Texas A&M University Press, College Station, Texas. Oberholser, H. C. 1974. The Bird Life of Texas. Volume 1. University of Texas Press, Austin, Texas. Post, W., and T. A. Murphy. 1987. Red-footed Booby added to the South Carolina state list. Chat 51: 65. Reeber, S., and the Comité d'Homologation National. 2012. Les oiseaux rares en France en 2011. 29 e rapport du Comité d'Homologation National. Ornithos 19: 353-395. Retrieved online: http://www. c h n - f r a n c e . o rg / u p l o a d _ c o n t e n t / r a p - port%20chn%202011.pdf. Roy, K. J. 2014. Brown Booby (Sula leuco- gaster): New to Ontario. Ontario Birds 32: 82-97. Schreiber, E. A., R. W. Schreiber and G. A. Schenk. 1996. Red-footed Booby (Sula sula) in: The Birds of North America On- line (A. Poole, ed.). Cornell Lab of Or- nithology, Ithaca, New York. Retrieved online: http://bna.birds.cornell.edu/bna/ species/241. Stevenson, H. M., and B. H. Anderson. 1994. Birdlife of Florida. University of Florida Press, Gainesville, Florida. Tang, H. 1999. Well-traveled seabird on the road to recovery. Honolulu Star-Bulletin [25 August]. Retrieved online: http://archives. starbulletin.com/1999/08/25/news/story5. html. Webster, F. S., Jr. 1969. The fall migration: South Texas region. Audubon Field Notes 23: 77-81. n Figure 3. Dorsal view of Red-footed Booby. Note mostly dark upperwing coverts, back, and scapulars with scattered whitish feathers; the primaries through p8 have been replaced. Photograph by Sue Abbott.

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