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Neotropical Owls

Diversity and Conservation

  • Paula L.  Enriquez

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. José Luis Rangel-Salazar, Paula L. Enríquez
    Pages 1-6
  3. Paula L. Enríquez, Knut Eisermann, Heimo Mikkola, José Carlos Motta-Junior
    Pages 7-19
  4. Ana Trejo, María Susana Bó
    Pages 21-37
  5. H. Lee Jones, Jan C. Meerman
    Pages 39-74
  6. Diego R. Méndez
    Pages 75-95
  7. Jose Carlos Motta-Junior, Ana Claudia Rocha Braga, Marco Antonio Monteiro Granzinolli
    Pages 97-158
  8. Ricardo A. Figueroa R., Sergio Alvarado O., E. Soraya Corales S., Daniel González-Acuña, Roberto Schlatter V., David R. Martínez P.
    Pages 159-290
  9. Pablo Camacho-Varela, Randall Arguedas-Porras
    Pages 291-315
  10. Sergio Chaparro-Herrera, Sergio Córdoba-Córdoba, Juan Pablo López-Ordoñez, Juan Sebastián Restrepo-Cardona, Oswaldo Cortes-Herrera
    Pages 317-371
  11. Juan F. Freile, Esteban A. Guevara, Cecilia Pacheco, Tatiana Santander
    Pages 373-395
  12. Ricardo Pérez-León, Iselda Vega, Néstor Herrera
    Pages 397-418
  13. Olivier Claessens, Nyls de Pracontal, Johan Ingels
    Pages 419-445
  14. Knut Eisermann, Claudia Avendaño
    Pages 447-515
  15. Russell Thorstrom, Julio C. Gallardo
    Pages 517-534
  16. Paula L. Enríquez, José Raúl Vázquez-Pérez
    Pages 535-570
  17. Ana Trejo, Martín Lezama-López
    Pages 571-578
  18. Belkys Jiménez-Ruíz, Karla Aparicio-Ubillúz, Francisco Delgado-Botello, Isis Tejada
    Pages 579-618
  19. Alejandro Bodrati, Paul Smith, Hugo del Castillo, Ana Trejo
    Pages 619-631
  20. Serano Ramcharan, Otte Ottema
    Pages 633-644
  21. Heimo Mikkola
    Pages 645-660
  22. Back Matter
    Pages 661-670

About this book

Introduction

This book presents a comprehensive biological and ecological information about owls in the neotropic area. In addition the book covers topics such as threats and conservation strategies for these nocturnal birds of prey from 18 Neotropical countries. Owls are a good example of diversification processes and have developed evolutionary characteristics themselves. These species are found almost everywhere in the world but most of them are distributed in tropical areas and about a third of them live in the Neotropics. This biogeographic region has a high biodiversity and even share lineages of species from other continents because at some point all were part of Pangea. Although we still have much to know and understand about this diverse, scarcely studied and threatened group this work aims to be a precedent for future and further research on the subject. 

Keywords

Owl conservation Neotropical owls Owl distribution Neotropical owl diversity Owl ecology

Editors and affiliations

  • Paula L.  Enriquez
    • 1
  1. 1.El Colegio de la Frontera SurSan Cristóbal de Las CasasMexico

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