A. Poole's scientific contributions

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A tawny-colored thrush with a mellifluous song that cascades through the deep woods on its breeding grounds in the United States and Canada, the Veery bears a scientific name that reflects the beauty of its song and coloration: Catharus, from the Greek katharos, means “pure,” referring possibly to the texture of the song, and fuscescens, from the L...
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Distribución e Historia Natural de Pandion haliaetus ridgwayi Pandion haliaetus ridgwayi es una subespecie que nidifica en la cuenca del Caribe sobre la que se conoce muy poco. En este trabajo presentamos un panorama sobre el estatus y la distribución de esta subespecie, con énfasis en la delineación de áreas de concentración de nidificación y prop...
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Ospreys (Pandion haliaetus) are remarkable raptors. Their choice of conspicuous nest sites and surprising tolerance for nesting in nearly intimate association with humans render them an iconic piece of aquatic ecosystems in both marine and freshwater habitats across the northern hemisphere and much of Australasia (Australia to Indonesia). Wintering...
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The Osprey (Pandion haliaetus) population nesting between New York City and Boston, Massachusetts, collapsed from approximately 1000 pairs in 1940 to 109 in the early 1970s. In the 1970s, within five or six years of the cessation of DDT use in the region, the Osprey population began recovering. The recovery was asynchronous across the region. Curre...