Adelaide's Warbler Setophaga adelaidae
Version: 1.0 — Published May 28, 2010
Account navigation Account navigation
Welcome to Birds of the World!
You are currently viewing one of the free accounts available in our complimentary tour of Birds of the World. In this courtesy review, you can access all the life history articles and the multimedia galleries associated with this account.
For complete access to all accounts, a subscription is required.
Already a subscriber? Sign in
American Ornithologists’ Union. 2000. Forty-second supplement to the American Ornithologists' Union Check-list of North American Birds. Auk 117: 847-858.
Arendt, W. J., J. Faaborg, G. E. Wallace, and O. H. Garrido. 2004. Biometrics of birds throughout the Greater Caribbean Basin. Proceedings of the Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology 8: 1-33.
Baird, S. F. 1872. Review of American birds, in the museum of the Smithsonian Institution: Part 1. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 181.
Beatty, H. A. 1931. Notes on birds observed at Guánica Lagoon, and its vicinity. Journal of the Department of Agriculture of Puerto Rico 15: 19-32.
Bond, J. 1971. Birds of the West Indies. Second edition. Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, Massachusetts.
Bowdish, B. S. 1903. Birds of Porto Rico. Auk 20: 10-23.
Brash, A. R. 1987. The history of avian extinction and forest conversion on Puerto Rico. Biological Conservation 39: 97-111.
Byers, B. E., and D. E. Kroodsma. 1992. Development of two song categories by Chestnut-sided Warblers. Animal Behaviour 44: 799-810.
Cruz, A., and C. Delannoy. 1984. Ecology of the Elfin Woods Warbler (Dendroica angelae). I. Distribution, habitat usage, and population densities. Caribbean Journal of Science 20: 89-96.
Cruz, A., J. W. Wiley, T. K. Nakamura, and W. Post. 1989. The Shiny Cowbird Molothrus bonariensis in the West Indian region – biogeographical and ecological implications. Pages 519-540 in C. A. Woods (editor). Biogeography of the West Indies: past, present and future. Sandhill Crane Press, Gainesville, Florida.
Curson, J., D. Quinn, and D. Beadle. 1994. Warblers of the Americas: an identification guide. Houghton Mifflin Company, New York, New York.
Danforth, S. T. 1926. An ecological study of Cartegena Lagoon, Porto Rico, with special reference to the birds. Journal of the Department of Agriculture of Porto Rico 10: 1-136.
Danforth, S. T. 1931. Puerto Rican ornithological records. Journal of the Department of Agriculture of Puerto Rico 15: 33-106.
Danforth, S. T. 1937. Ornithological investigations in Vieques Island, Puerto Rico, during December, 1935. Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 21: 539-550.
Delannoy, C. A., and A. Cruz. 1999. Patterns of prey abundance and use by male and female Puerto Rican Sharp-shinned Hawks. Caribbean Journal of Science 35: 38-45.
Diaz, H. F. 1996. Precipitation monitoring for climate change detection. Meteorology and Atmospherics Physics 60:179-190.
Fallon, S. M., R. E. Ricklefs, S. C. Latta, and E. Bermingham. 2004. Temporal stability of insular avian malarial parasite communities. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 271: 493-500.
Garvin, M. C., and P. P. Marra. 1991. Blood parasites of some birds from Puerto Rico. Caribbean Journal of Science 27: 93-94.
Gleffe, J. D., J. A. Collazo, M. J. Groom, and L. Miranda-Castro. 2006. Avian reproduction and the conservation value of shaded coffee plantations. Ornitologia Neotropical 17: 271-282.
Kepler, A. K. 1977. Comparative study of todies (Todidae): with emphasis on the Puerto Rican Tody, Todus mexicanus. Publications of the Nuttall Ornithological Club number 16.
Kepler, C. B., and A. K. Kepler. 1970. Preliminary comparison of bird species diversity and density in Luquillo and Guanica forests. Pages E183-191 in H. T. Odum and R. F. Pigeon (editors). A tropical rain forest: a study of irradiation and ecology at El Verde, Puerto Rico. U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, National Technical Information Service, Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
Klein, N. K., Burns, K. J., Hacket, S. J., and Griffiths, C. S. 2004. Molecular phylogenetic relationships among the wood warblers (Parulidae) and historical biogeography in the Caribbean basin. Journal of Caribbean Ornithology Vol. 17: 3-17.
Lemon, R. E., S. Perreaulta, and D. M. Weary. 1994. Dual strategies of song development in American Redstarts, Setophaga ruticilla. Animal Behaviour 47: 317-329.
Lovette, I. J., E. Bermingham, G. Seutin, and R. R. Ricklefs. 1998. Evolutionary differentiation in three endemic West Indian warblers. Auk 115: 890-903.
Lovette, I. J., and E. Bermingham. 1999. Explosive speciation in the New World Dendroica warblers. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 266: 1629-1636.
Nakamura, T. K. 1995. A test of the nest defense paradigm: are aggressive birds less parasitized? M.A. Thesis, University of Colorado.
Nakamura, T. K., and A. Cruz. 2000. The ecology of egg-puncture behavior by the Shiny Cowbird in southwestern Puerto Rico. Pages 178-186 in J. N. M. Smith, T. L. Cook, S. I. Rothstein, S. K. Robinson and S. G. Sealy (editors). Ecology and management of cowbirds and their hosts: studies in the conservation of North American passerine birds. University of Texas Press, Austin, Texas.
Neelin, J. D., M. Münnich, H. Su, J. E. Meyerson, and C. E. Holloway. 2006. Tropical drying trends in global warming models and observations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103: 6110-6115.
Oniki, Y. 1975. Temperatures of some Puerto Rican birds, with note of low temperatures in todies. Condor 77: 344.
Post, W. 1978. Social and foraging behavior of warblers wintering in Puerto Rican coastal scrub. Wilson Bulletin 90:197-214.
Post, W., T. K. Nakamura, and A. Cruz. 1990. Patterns of Shiny Cowbird parasitism in St. Lucia and southwestern Puerto Rico. Condor 92: 461-469.
Raffaele, H. A. 1989. Birds of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Revised edition. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey.
Ridgway, R. 1902. The birds of North and Middle America. Part II. Bulletin of the United States National Museum 50, part 2.
Sorrié, B. A. 1975. Observations on the birds of Vieques Island, Puerto Rico. Caribbean Journal of Science 15: 89-103.
Spaulding, N. G. 1937. Some observations on the nesting habits of Adelaide’s Warbler. The Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 21: 559-567.
Staicer, C. A. 1991. The role of male song in the socioecology of the tropical resident Adelaide's Warbler (Dendroica adelaidae). PhD Dissertation, University of Massachusetts.
Staicer, C. A. 1992. Social behavior of the Northern Parula, Cape May Warbler, and Prairie Warbler wintering in second-growth forest in southwestern Puerto Rico. Pages 308-320 in J. M. Hagan III and D.W. Johnston (editors). Ecology and conservation of neotropical land migrants. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C.
Staicer, C. A. 1996a. Acoustical features of song categories of the Adelaide’s Warbler (Dendroica adelaidae). Auk 113: 771-783.
Staicer, C. A. 1996b. Honest advertisement of pairing status: evidence from a tropical resident wood-warbler. Animal Behavior 51: 375-390.
Suarez-Rubio, M., and J. R. Thomlinson. 2009. Landscape and patch-level factors influence bird communities in an urbanized tropical landscape. Biological Conservation 142: 1311-1321.
Tossas, A.G. 2006. Effects of Hurricane Georges on the resident avifauna of Maricao State Forest, Puerto Rico. Caribbean Journal of Science 42:81-87.
Tossas, A.G. 2010. Population trends of montane birds in southwestern Puerto Rico eight years after the passage of Hurricane Georges. Pages 29-38 in F. Dallmeier, D. MacIver and A. Fenech (editors). Climate Change, Biodiversity, and Sustainability in the Americas: Impacts and Adaptations. Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, Washington, D.C.
Wetmore, A. 1916a. Birds of Porto Rico. United States Department of Agriculture Bulletin number 326.
Wetmore, A. 1916b. The birds of Vieques Island, Porto Rico. Auk 33: 403-419.
Wetmore, A. 1922. Bird remains from the caves of Puerto Rico. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 46: 297-333.
Wetmore, A. 1927. The birds of Porto Rico and the Virgin Islands – Psittaciformes to Passeriformes. Scientific Survey of Porto Rico and the Virgin Islands 9: 409-571.
Willis, E. O. 1973. Local distribution of mixed flocks in Puerto Rico. Wilson Bulletin 85: 75-77.