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Mr. James R. Hill III

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Local Address:  Erie , Pennsylvania , United States
Bird Abodes
 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Founder
    Author and Purple Martin Conservation Association

Education

  • Biology degree
    Edinboro University of PA
63 Total References
Web References
Gourd Homes for Martins
www.purplemartin.org, 30 July 2015 [cached]
James R. Hill, III Purple Martin Conservation Association
Author, and Purple Martin Conservation Association founder, James R. Hill, III, looking into a natural gourd at the PMCA's research site in Edinboro, Pennsylvania. At this location, over 50% of the 125 martin pairs nest in gourds.
Recoveries South of the Border
purplemartin.org, 24 Sept 2012 [cached]
James R. Hill, III Purple Martin Conservation Association
PMCA Information
purplemartin.org, 24 Sept 2012 [cached]
James R. Hill, III Founder and Executive Director Emeritus Purple Martin Conservation Association
Gourd Homes for Martins
purplemartin.org, 20 Feb 2012 [cached]
James R. Hill, III Purple Martin Conservation Association
Author, and Purple Martin Conservation Association founder, James R. Hill, III, looking into a natural gourd at the PMCA's research site in Edinboro, Pennsylvania. At this location, over 50% of the 125 martin pairs nest in gourds.
Green Leaves and Martins
www.purplemartin.org, 30 July 2015 [cached]
James R. Hill, III Purple Martin Conservation Association
An adult male Purple Martin that has just plucked a green leaf from the outermost branches of a plum tree to take back to his nest.
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7Coulson, T., and J. R. Hill, III. 1984. The Nature Society's 1984 Purple Martin survey. 4pp. Trio Manufacturing Co., Griggsville, IL. 8Creech, N. M. M. l982. Letter to the editor. Nature Society News l7(9):l7. 9Danner, M. S. l9l6. Martin problems. Bird-Lore l8:l09. 10Edgar, C. l984. Letter to the editor. Nature Society News l9(2):22. 11Forbush, E. H. l929. Birds of Massachusetts and other New England States Vol. 3. Mass. Dept. of Agric., Boston. 12Gaunt, A.S. l959. Behavior in the Purple Martin. Kansas Ornithol. Society Bull. l0:l4-l6. 13Grinnell, H.W. l935. Minutes of Cooper Club Meetings. Condor 37:29l-292. 14Grzeskowiak, J. l983. Letter to the editor. Nature Society News l8(2):26. 15Harrington, R. l982. Observations of Purple Martins. Nature Society News l7(l0):4. 16Harrison, H. H. l975. A Field Guide to Birds' Nests in the United States east of the Mississippi River. Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston. 17Hill, J. R., III. Personal observations. 18Hill, J. R., III. l983. Here's an introduction to the common parasites of martins. Nature Society News l8(4):l-6. 19Hill, J. R., III. l988.
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29McLean, R. l982. Letter to the editor. Nature Society News l7(6):25. 30Morton, E. S. 1987. Variation in mate-guarding intensity by male Purple Martins. Behaviour 101:211-224. 31Moss, W.W., and J. H. Camin. l970. Nest parasitism, productivity, and clutch size in Purple Martins. Science l68:l000-l003. 32Olmstead, R. l955. Observations on Purple Martins. Kansas Ornithol. Society Bull. 6:8-l0. 33Raynor, G. S. l959. Leaf pulling by the Purple Martin. Auk 76:362. 34Reiss, E. W. l97l. Green leaves. Purple Martin Capital News 6(l0):2l. 35Stoner, D. 1936. Studies on the Bank Swallow Riparia riparia (Linneaus) in the Oneida Lake Region. Roosevelt Wildlife Annual 4:126-233.
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James R. Hill, III
Over the last several years, I have been surveying the types of leaves Purple Martins use for lining their nest cups. A majority of the data for my study came from questionnaires I ran in 1984 and 1985 (see Coulson and Hill 1984; Hill and Coulson 1985), but data also came from the scientific literature, from personal observations, from letters received by the PMCA, and from letters published in the Nature Society News. From these sources, 67 different leaf types were reported as used by martins.
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