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Condors and teratorns

Dear listers,

My name is Eric Weis and I am a Peregrine Fund
Biologist that works with California Condors in
Northern Arizona.

Does anyone have a PDF of:

Campbell, K. Jr. 1979.  The non-passerine Pleistocene
avifauna of the Talara Tar Seeps, northwestern Peru. 
Royal Ontario Museum, Life Sciences Contribution

Campbell, K.E., and L. Marcus. 1992. The relationship
of hindlimb bone dimensions to body weight in birds.
Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History, Science
Series 36: 395-412.

Campbell, K.E. Jr., and E. Tonni. 1981?/1982?.
Preliminary observations on the paleobiology and
evolution of teratorns (Aves: Teratornithidae). J. of
Vert. Paleo 1: 265-272.

Emslie, S.D. 1990. Additional 14C dates on Fossil
California Condor. National Geographic Research

Emslie, S. D., J. Speth and R. Wiseman. 1992. Two
prehistoric puebloan avifaunas from the Pecos Valley,
southeastern New Mexico. Journal of Ethnobiology 12:

Emslie, S. D. and T. H. Heaton. 1987. The late
Pleistocene avifauna of Crystal Ball Cave, Utah.
Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 21:

Guthrie, D.A. 1992. A late Pleistocene avifauna from
San Miguel Island, California. Pp 320-327 in Papers on
avian paleontology, Los Angeles, CA (K.E. Campbell,
ed.,). Science Series 36, Natural History Museum of
Los Angeles County.

Guthrie, D.A. 1993. New information on the prehistoric
fauna of San Miguel Island, California. Pp 405-416 in
Third California islands symposium: recent advances in
research on the California islands (R.G. Hochberg,
ed.). Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, Santa
Barbara, California.

Guthrie, D.A. 1998. Fossil vertebrates from
Pleistocene terrestrial deposits on the Northern
Channel Islands, southern California. Pp 187-192 in
Contributions to the geology of the Northern Channel
Islands, Southern California (P.W. Wiegand, ed.)
American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Pacific
Section, MP 45.

Hertel, F. 1992. Morphological diversity of past and
present New World Vultures. Los Angeles county Museum
of Natural History, Sciences Series 36:413-418.

Howard, H. 1952. The prehistoric avifauna of Smith
Creek Cave, Nevada, with a description of a new
gigantic raptor. Bulletin So. Calif. Academy of
Sciences 51:50-54.

Howard, H. 1963. Fossil birds from the Anza-Borrego
Desert. Nat. Hist. Mus. Los Angeles Cty. Contrib. Sci.

Kiff, L. 1983. An historical perspective on the
condor. Outdoor California 44(5):5-6, 34-37.

Miller, L.H. 1943. The Pleistocene birds of San
Josecito Cavern, Mexico. University of California
Publications in Zoology 47:143-168.

Steadman, D.W., and N.G. Miller. 1986. California
Condor associated with spruce-jack pine woodland in
the late Pleistocene of New York. Quarternary Research

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