NMOS Bulletin

Peer-reviewed Articles about the Status, Distribution, and Identification of New Mexico Birds / NMOS News

Most recent articles:

RESULTS OF AN ELF OWL (MICROTHENE WHITNEYI) SURVEY IN DARK CANYON, GUADALUPE MOUNTAIN, EDDY COUNTY, NEW MEXICO
by Andrew B. Johnson (NMOS Bulletin 45(4))

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ANNOTATED CHECKLIST OF THE BIRDS OF THE SANTA FE CANYON PRESERVE
by Bernard R. Foy (NMOS Bulletin 45(3), 2017)

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The NMOS Bulletin serves two primary purposes: 1) to publish articles of scientific merit concerning the distribution, abundance, status, behavior, and ecology of the avifauna of New Mexico and its contiguous regions, and 2) to publish news and announcements deemed of interest to the New Mexico ornithological community. The Bulletin is published four times a year; subscription is by membership in NMOS.

NMOS members are urged to submit articles and news. Please review the Guidelines for Preparation of Manuscripts for the NMOS Bulletin. Articles received are subject to review and editing. Published articles are noted in major abstracting services (e.g., the American Ornithological Society’s “Recent Ornithological Literature” section of The Auk). Please submit articles and news to the Editor:

Erin Greenlee, Editor
c/o NMOS
P.O. Box 3068B
Albuquerque, NM 87190-3068
ringreenlee@gmail.com

Recent Issues

Vol. 46, no. 1 (2018)

Past Issues

Vols. 1 – 45 (1973 – 2017)

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