- 1987, Princeton University Press
Princeton University Press
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- Textual graphs & tables. Minor rubbing. Slight page-edge soil. VG., dustwrapper. 22x14cm, xiii, 435 pp, Series: Monographs in Population Biology, 24. Contents: Introduction; Procedures & Methods; Overview of the Population; Ecological Consequences of Acorn Storage; Reproductive Success: General Patterns; Group Composition; Survivorship of Breeders; Sex Ratio, Survivorship, & Dispersal of Young; Consequences of Territorial Influence; The Life Table & Lifetime Reproductive Success; Population Regulation; Living in Groups: Retention of Offspring; Sharing Nests & Mates: Costs & Benefits; Acorn Woodpecker Sociability: Conclusions & Unanswered Questions; Appendices: Relatedness between Siblings & between Partners & Offspring; Estimation of Long Distance Dispersal; Scientific Names of Birds.