Cognitive Ethology: The Minds of Other Animals: Essays in Honor of Donald R. Griffin

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Species Index
African grey parrot, 153-177
Amazonian birds, 243
Avocets, 105
Bats, xi, xvii-xviii
Blackbirds, European, 105
Black-headed gull, 267
Blowfly, 119-120, 310
Boa constrictor, 54
Bobwhite quail, 135, 194, 195
Bonobo, 303
Cattle, 95, 105
Cetaceans
see dolphins, porpoises, sea lions, whales
Chickens, 104, 135, 189, 292, 299
Chimpanzees, 73, 133, 136, 155, 157, 231-250, 303, 304
Clark's nutcrackers, 287
Colubrid snakes, 72
Cowbirds, 169
Crocodiles, 54, 55
Crows, 304
Dolphins, 55, 305
Downy woodpecker, 201
Elephants, 304
Fly-catchers, 154
Franklin's gulls, 105
Geckos, 80
Goats, 105
Golden seabright bantams, 190-206
Great tits, 139, 169
Greenbacked herons, 293
Hamadryas baboons, 133, 134, 137, 138, 232
Hawks, 190
Hognose snakes, 53, 62-73, 75-81, 85, 308
Honeybees, 55, 307
Horses, 95, 105
House sparrows, 134
Hummingbirds, 153
Humpback whales, xvi, 154
Jungle fowl, 134
Killdeer, 95, 105
Lanio versicolor,138
Laughing gulls, 154
Lemurs, 232
Lionesses, xviii-xix
Lizards, 79, 80
Marmosets, 155
Mockingbirds, 128, 169
Old world monkeys, 138
see also Vervet monkeys
Opossums, 66, 79
Parids, 287
Parrots, 153-154, 158-177, 292, 305-306
Pied flycatcher, 128
Pigeons, 105, 168, 285, 298
Piping plovers, xix, 93-95, 99-118, 123-124, 211, 276, 304, 309-310
Porpoises, 305
Prairie dogs, 128
Pygmy chimpanzees
see chimpanzees

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