Harris Hawk

Folgend ein Literaturverzeichnis zum Harris Hawk (Quelle: Harrishawking, Yahoo Newsgroup 2003) :

Appelt, C. W. (2002). Ecological Correlates Of Harris' Hawk Grouping
In Southern Texas. Kingsville, TX., Texas A&M University at

Bancroft, G. (1920). "The Harris Hawk as a breeder in Calfornia."
Condor 22: 156.

Barcena, G. A. G., Escamila Rosa M; Jardon, Herrera Genaro; Rosiles,
Martinez Rene. (1995). "Serum concentration levels of calcium,
magnesium, sodium, potassium, copper and zinc (mg/dl) in captive

Barcena-Gonzalez, A. G. E., Rosa-Ma; Jardon Herrera, Genaro;
Rosiles-Martinez,-Rene (1995). "Concentracion serica de calcio, sodio,
magnesio, potasio, cobre y zinc en halcones cola roja (Buteo
jamaicensis), Harris (Parabuteo unicinctus) y caracara (Polyborus
plancus) en cautiverio de la ciudad de Mexico." Veterinaria---Mexico
26(1): 65-66.

Barker, K. (1996). "Recent records for Harris' hawks in Oklahoma."
Bulletin of the Oklahoma Ornithological Society 29(3; Sept): 21-22.

Bednarz, J. C. (1986). The behavioral ecology of the cooperatively
breeding Harris' Hawk in southeastern New Mexico. Albuquerque,
Univeristy of New Mexico.

Bednarz, J. C. (1987). "Pair and group reproductive success,
polyandrey, and coopetive breeding in Harris' Hawks." Auk 104: 393-

Bednarz, J. C. (1987). "Successive nesting and autumnal breeding in
Harris' Hawks." Auk 104(Jan): 85-96.

Bednarz, J. C. (1988). "Cooperative hunting in Harris' hawks
(Parabuteo unicinctus)." Science 239(Mar 25): 1525-7.
        Coordinated hunting by several individuals directed toward
the capture and sharing of one large prey animal has been documented
convincingly only for a few mammalian carnivores.  In New Mexico,
Harris' hawks formed hunting parties of two to six individuals in the
nonbreeding season.  This behavior improved capture success and the
average energy available per individual and enabled hawks to dispatch
prey larger than themselves.
 These patterns suggest that cooperation is important to understanding
the evolution of complex social behavior in higher vertebrates and,
specifically, that benefits derived from team hunting are a key
factor in the social living of Harris' hawks.  Copyright 1988 by the

Bednarz, J. C. L., J. David (1988). "A study of the ecological bases
of cooperative breeding in the Harris' hawk." Ecology 69(Aug): 1176-

Bednarz, J. C. D., J.W.; Whaley, W.H. (1988). Raptor status reports:
the Harris' Hawk. Proceedings of the southwest raptor management
symposium and workshop~, Washington DC, National Wildlife Federation.

Bednarz, J. C. D., J.W. ; Whaley, W.H. (1988). Harris' Hawk. Proc.
Southwest Raptor Management Symposium and Workshop, National Wildlife
Federal Sci Tech Ser.

Bednarz, J. D., JW; Whaley, WH (1988). "Harris' hawk." National
Wildlife Federation Scientific and Technical-Series. 71-82(11).

Bednarz, J. C. (1988). "The hunting party: cooperative hunting by
Harris' hawks; research by James C. Bednarz." Discover 9(July): 18-19.

James Bednarz of the Hawk Mountain Sanctuary Association in
Pennsylvania has discovered that the Harris's hawks of the New Mexico
desert use a variety of sophisticated cooperative strategies for
capturing large prey.
     Working in groups of two to six birds, the hawks may pounce on
their victim one after the other, ambush their prey after one team
member flushes it out, or attack the quarry in relay fashion.  The
cooperative skills necessary for this behavior are apparently learned
as well as instinctive.  Bednarz is not certain why Harris's hawks
engage in team hunting when other hawk species do not.

Bednarz, J. C. (1988). "A comparative study of the breeding ecology of
Harris' and Swainson's Hawks in southeastern New Mexico." Condor 90
(May): 311-23.

Bednarz, J. C. S., N. (1990). "The hunters of Los Medanos." Natural
History 99(10): p56, 8p, 7c.
        Scrutinizes the hunting habits of the Harris' hawk in the Los
Medanos area of southeastern New  Mexico. Author's research on the
social system of the hawk; How the hawks hunt in teams; Specific
hunting tactics.

Bednarz, -. J. (1990). Social hunting in Harris' hawks. Birds of
prey. I. O. Newton, P. London; New York, Merehurst: 1-240.

Bednarz, J. H., TJ (1991). "Skewed brood sex ratio and sex-biased
hatching sequence in Harris's hawks." American Naturalist 137(1;
Jan): 116-132.

Bednarz, J. P., A; Gill, F (eds) (1995). "Harris' hawk (Parabuteo
unicinctus)." The Birds of North America. 146: 1-24.

Bednarz, J. C. (1995). Harris' Hawk (Parabuteo unicinctus). The birds
of North America. A. G. Poole, F. Philidelphia PA, Acad. Nat. Sci and
Am. Ornithol. Union (Washington DC). 146.

Bodo, P. (1997). "Equipped with glove, communing with angel of
death." New York Times 146(June 29 06/29/97): Section 8 p9.

Boyle, R. H. (1998). "Hunting with Harris' Hawks." Field and Stream
102(11; Mar): 60-63.

Bradshaw, H. D. J. C., T. D. (1988). "Male biased sex ratio in
captive-bred Harris' hawks." Journal of Raptor Research 22: 116-117.

Brannon, J. D. (1980 or 1998). The reproductive ecology of a Texas
Harris' Hawk (Parabuteo unicinctus harrisi) population. Austin TX,
University of Texas.

Bunker, C. D. (1919). "Harris' Hawk (Parabuteo unicinctus) in
Kansas." Auk 36: 283.

Chambers, W. L. (1921). "A flight of Harris' Hawks." Condor 23: 65.

Chambers, W. L. (1924). "Another flight of Harris' Hawks." Condor
26(March): 75.

Coulson, J. O. C., Thomas D. "Group hunting by Harris' hawks in
Texas." Journal of Raptor Research 29(4): 265-267.

Dawson, J. W. (1988). The coopertive breeding system of the Harris'
Hawk in Arizona. Tucson, Univeristy of Arizona.

Dawson, J. W. M., R. W. (1989). "A comparison of two methods of
estimating breeding group size in the Harris' Hawk." Auk 106: 480-483.

Dawson, J. M., RW (1991). "Dominance hierarchies and helper
contributions in Harris' hawks." Auk 108(3): 649-660.

Dawson, J. M., RW (1991). "The role of territoriality in the social
organization of Harris' hawks." Auk 108(3): 661-672.

Dawson, J. W. (1998). Harris' Hawk. The raptors of Arizona. R. L.
Glinski. Tucson, University of Arizona Press: 77-81.

Dawson INCOMPLETE, J. M., RW (1989). "A comparison of two methods of
estimating breeding group size in Harris' hawks."

Earl, J. M. (1918). "Harris' Hawk in Ohio." Wilson bulletin; a
quarterly magazine of ornithology. 30: 15-16.

Erickson, R. A. H., Robert A. (2001). "Report of the California Bird
Records Committee: 1998 Records." Western Birds 32(1): 13-49.

Faaborg, J. B., JC (1990). Galapagos and Harris' hawks: divergent
causes of sociality in two raptors. Cooperative breeding in birds:
long-term studies of ecology and behaviour. P. B. K. Stacey, W.D.
Cambridge; New York, Cambridge University Press. i-xviii, 1-615.
Chapter Pagination:: 357-383.

Faaborg, J. B., JC (1990). Galapagos and Harris' Hawks: divergent
causes of sociality in two raptors. Cooperative breeding in birds:
long -term studies ecology and behaviour.

Forbes, N. A. (1987). "Fits in the Harris hawk." Veterinary Record
120(11): 264. 2 ref.

Forbes, N. A. H.-B., N. H. (1991). "Wing tip oedema and dry gangrene
of raptors." Veterinary Record 128( 24): 575-576.

Forbes, N. A. S., G. N. (1993). "Pathogenicity of ticks on aviary
birds." Veterinary Record 133(21): 532.

Garner, M. (1988). "Use of an oral immobilizing agent to capture a
Harris' hawk (Parabuteo unicinctus)." Journal-of-Raptor-Research 22
(2): 70-71.

Gerstell, A. T. and J. C. Bernarz (1999). "Competition and Patterns of
Resource Use by Two Sympatric Raptors." Condor 101(3 Aug): p557, 9p, 2
charts, 1 diagram,.

Grey, H. (1913). "Harris' Hawk in Calfornia." Condor 15: 128.

Griffin, C. R. (1976). "A preliminary comparison of Texas and Arizona
Harris' Hawk (Parabuteo unicinctus) populations." Raptor Research 10:

Hamerstrom, F. H., F (1978). "External sex characteristics of Harris'
Hawks in winter." Raptor Research 12(1/2): 1-14.

Jimenez, J. E. J., Fabian M. (1993). "Observations on the comparative
behavioral ecology of Harris' hawk in central Chile." Journal of
Raptor Research 27(3): 143-148.

Mader, W. J. (1975). "Biology of the Harris' Hawk in southern
Arizona." Living Bird 14: 59-85.

Mader, W. J. (1975). "Extra adults at Harris' Hawk nests." Condor 77:

Mader (1977). "Harris' Hawks lay three clutches in one year." Auk 94:

Mader, W. J. (1979). "Breeding behavior of a polyandrous trio of
Harris' Hawks in southern Arizona." Auk 96: 776-788.

Marden, J. (1990). "Maximum load-lifting and induced power output of
Harris' hawks are general functions of flight muscle mass." Journal of
Experimental Biology 149: 511-514.

Mays, N. A. V., C. M. (1987). "Changes in plasma hormone levels with
handling time in free-living Harris' Hawk (parabuteo unicinctus)."
American Zoologist 27(4): 156A.

Mays, N. A. V., Carol Masters; Dawson, James (1991). "Plasma
luteinizing hormone, steroid hormones, behavioral role, and nest
stage in cooperatively breeding Harris' Hawks Parabuteo unicinctus)."
The Auk 108(July): 619-37.

McFarlane, R. (1995). "Nervous disorder ("fitting") of an adult Harris
hawk, Parabuteo unicinctus." Journal of Wildlife Diseases 31(3;
Supplement): 11-12.

Parga, M. L. P., H. Forbes, N. A. (2001). "The effect of transport on
hematologic parameters in trained and untrained Harris's hawks
(Parabuteo unicinctus)

Parmalee, P. F. S., H.A. (1964). "Status of the Harris' Hawk in
Kansas." Condor 66: 443-345.

Patten, M. A. and R. A. Erickson (2000). "Population fluctuations of
the Harris' Hawk (Parabuteo unicinctus) and its reappearance in
California." Journal of Raptor Research 34(3; September): 187-195.

Pennycuick, C. F., MR; McAllister, L (1989). "Climbing performance of
Harris' hawks (Parabuteo unicinctus) with added load: implications for
muscle mechanics and for radiotracking." Journal of Experimental
Biology 142: 17-29.

Schedin, U. R., B O; Nyman, G; Frostell, C; Gustafsson, L E. (1997).
"Endogenous nitric oxide in the airways of different animal species."
Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica 41(9): 1133-1141.

Schmutz, S. M. M., Jane S; Thue, Tracey D. (1993). "Chromosomes of
five north American buteonine hawks." Journal of Raptor Research. 27
(4): 196-202.

Silva, R. O., Fabio (1997). "Parabuteo unicinctus (Falconiformes:
Accipitridae) na Baixada Santista, litoral de Sao Paulo, Brasil.
Harris' hawk, Parabuteo unicinctus (Falconiformes: Accipitridae) in
the Baixada Santista, Sao Paulo State coast, Brazil." Ararajuba 5(1;
Jun): 76-79.

Snyder, L. (1919). "Harris' Hawk in Kansas." Auk 36: 567.

Stewart, G. R. (1979). Re-establishing the Harris' Hawk on the Lower
Colorado River. Yuma AZ USA, Buerau Land Manage.

Stewart, G. R. (1982.). Re-establishing the Harris' Hawk on the Lower
Colorado River: annual report for fiscal 1982. Yuma AZ USA, Bureau
Land Manage.

Tatum, L. M. Z., J. Mealey, B. K. Cray, C. Bossart, G. D.
(2000). "Protein electrophoresis as a diagnostic and prognostic tool
in raptor medicine." Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 31(4): 497-

Tennesen, M. (1994). "Hawk squabbles." Wildlife Conservation 97
(May/June): 7.
        Biologists are in disagreement over the territorial and
feeding behavior and hunting and nesting habits of Harris's hawks.
Jim Dawson of the University of Arizona and Doug Lynn of the Raptor
Research and Management Program of the U.S. Department of Energy in
New Mexico have reported behavioral patterns for the hawks that
disagree with those reported by James Bednarz of Arkansas State

Troutt, R. C. (1991). "INCOMPLETE - Harris' hawk in Cleveland County,
Oklahoma." 24(4; Dec): 30-31.

Tucker, V. H., C (1990). "Aerodynamics of gliding flight in a Harris'
hawk, Parabuteo unicinctus." Journal-of-Experimental-Biology 149: 469-

Tucker, V. (1991). "The effect of molting on the gliding performance
of a Harris' hawk (Parabuteo unicinctus)." Auk 108(1): 108-113.

Tucker, V. (1992). "Pitching equilibrium, wing span and tail span in a
gliding Harris' hawk, Parabuteo unicinctus." Journal-of-Experimental-
Biology 165: 21-41.

Tucker, V. A. (1993). "Gliding birds: Reduction of induced drag by
wing tip slots between the primary feathers." Journal of Experimental
Biology 180(July): 285-310.

Tucker, V. A. (1995). "Drag reduction by wing-tip slots in a gliding
Harris'hawk, Parabuteo unicinctus." Journal of Experimental Biology
198(3; March): 775-781, 7p, 1 chart, 2 diagrams,.

Tucker, V. A. (2000). "The deep fovea, sideways vision and spiral
flight paths in raptors." Journal of Experimental Biology 203(24
Dec): 3745-3754.

Vaughan, C. (1988). "Hawks stoop with a group to increase hunting
success: Harris' hawks; research by James C. Bednarz." Science news
133(14; April 2): p222, 1/2p.

Vlecks, C. M., NA; Dawson, JW; Goldsmith, AR (1991). "Hormonal
correlates of parental and helping behavior in cooperatively breeding
Harris' hawks (Parabuteo unicinctus)." Auk 108(3): 638-648.

Walton, B. L., J; Stewart, G (1988). Release and re-establishment
techniques developed for Harris' hawks - Colorado River 1979-1986.
Proc. Southwest Rapter Management Symposium and Workshop,

Whaley, W. H. (1979). The ecology and status of the Harris' Hawk
(Parabuteo unicinctus) in Arizona. Tuscon AZ, University of Arizona.

Whaley, W. H. (1986). "Population ecology of the Harris' Hawk in
Arizona." Raptor Research 20: 1-15.

Wiley, L. (1917). "Nesting of the Harris' Hawk in southeastern
California." Condor 19: 142.