Authors Starting with Letter H – Years 2001-2020

Bibliography of the Birds of Peru
Last Name Starts with Letter H


Haffer, Jürgen
2001. Hypotheses to explain the origin of species in Amazonia. In Biological and cultural diversity of Amazonia (Ima Célia Guimarães Vieira, José Maria C.Silva, David Conway Oren, and Maria Ângela D´Incao, (Organizers), Museu Emilio Goeldi, Belém, Pará, Brazil. [Reprinted in 2008 in the Brazilian Journal of Biology, 68 (4, Supplement): 917-947.]

Haines, Aaron M., Mike J. McGrady, Mark S. Martell, B. James Dayton, M. Blake Henke, and William S. Seegar
2003. Migration routes and wintering locations of Broad-winged Hawks tracked by satellite telemetry. Wilson Bulletin, 115: 166-169.

Halley, Matthew R., John C. Klicka, Paul R. Sesink Clee, and Jason D. Weckstein
2017. Restoring the species status of Catharus maculatus (Aves: Turdidae), a secretive Andean thrush, with a critique of the yardstick approach to species delimitation. Zootaxa, 4276: 387- 404.

Hardy, Douglas R., and Spencer P. Hardy
2008. White-winged Diuca Finch (Diuca speculifera) nesting on Quelccaya Ice Cap, Perú. Wilson Journal of Ornithology, 120: 613-617.

Hardy, Spencer P., Douglas R. Hardy, and Koky Castañeda G.
2018. Avian nesting and roosting on glaciers at high elevation, Cordillera Vilcanota, Peru. Wilson Journal of Ornithology, 130: 940-957.

Harvey, Michael G., Alexandre Aleixo, Camila C. Ribas, and Robb T. Brumfield
2017. Habitat association predicts genetic diversity and population divergence in Amazonian birds.
American Naturalist, 190: 631-648.

Harvey, Michael G., Daniel F. Lane, Justin Hite, Ryan S. Terrill, Sheila Figueroa R., Brian Tilston Smith, John Klicka, and Walter Vargas C.
2014. Notes on bird species in bamboo in northern Madre de Dios, Peru including the first Peruvian record of Acre Tody‐Tyrant (Hemitriccus cohnhafti). Occasional Papers of the Museum of Natural Science, Louisiana State University, no. 81: 1-38.

Harvey, Michael G., Glenn F. Seeholzer, Daniel Cáceres A., Benjamin M. Winger, Jose G. Tello, Flor Hernández C., Miguel A. Aponte J., Caroline D. Judy, Sheila Figueroa R., Ryan S. Terrill, Clare E. Brown, Luis A. Alza L., Gustavo Bravo, Mariela Combe, Omar Custodio, Alessandra Quiñonez Z., Abraham Urbay T., Willy A. Garcia B., Aaron Z. Savit, Frans W. Pezo R., William M. Mauck III, and Olivier Barden
2014. The avian biogeography of an Amazonian headwater: the Upper Ucayali River, Peru. Wilson Journal of Ornithology, 126: 179-191.

Harvey, Michael G., Benjamin M. Winger, Glenn F. Seeholzer, and Daniel Cáceres A.
2011. Avifauna of the Gran Pajonal and southern Cerros del Sira, Peru. Wilson Journal of Ornithology, 123: 289-315.

Hauber, Mark E.
2014. The book of eggs: a lifesize guide to the eggs of six hundred of the World’s bird species (John Bates and Barbara Becker, Eds.). University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, pp. 1-656.

Have, Wim ten
2009. White-whiskered Puffbird Malacoptila panamensis, a new species for Peru. Cotinga, no. 31: 136-137.

Hayes, Floyd E., Peter Lecourt, and Hugo del Castillo
2018. Rapid southward and upward range expansion of a tropical songbird, the Thrush-like Wren (Campylorhynchus turdinus), in South America: a consequence of habitat or climate change? Revista Brasileira de Ornitologia, 26: 57-64.

Hayes, Floyd E., and Jo-Anne N. Sewlal
2004. The Amazon River as a dispersal barrier to passerine birds: effects of river width, habitat and taxonomy. Journal of Biogeography, 31: 1809-1818.

Hazlehurst, Jenny, and Gustavo A. Londoño
2012. Reproductive biology of the Yungas Manakin (Chiroxiphia boliviana) in Manu National Park, Peru. Ornitologia Neotropical, 23: 597-601.

Hazzi, Nicolás A., Juan Sebastián Moreno, Carolina Ortiz-Movliav, and Rubén Dario Palacio
2018. Biogeographic regions and events of isolation and diversification of the endemic biota of the tropical Andes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 115 (31): 7985-7990.

Heming, Neander M., Harold F. Greeney, and Miguel Â. Marini
2013. Breeding biology research and data availability for New World flycatchers. Natureza & Conservação [Brazilian Journal of Nature Conservation], 11: 54-58.

Heming, Neander M., and Miguel Â. Marini
2015. Ecological and environmental factors related to variation in egg size of New World flycatchers. Journal of Avian Biology, 46: 352-360.

Hendrickson, Sher L.
2003. Natural history, population decline and mitochondrial genetics of Cathartids (Aves, Ciconiformes) with special focus on the Andean condor (Vultur gryphus). Doctor of Philosophy Dissertation, University of Wisconsin at Madison, Wisconsin, pp. i-viii, 1-175.

Hendrickson, Sher L., Robert Bleiweiss, Juan Carlos Matheus, Lilly Silva de Matheus, Norberto Luis Jácome, and Eduardo Pavez
2003. Low genetic variability in the geographically widespread Andean Condor. Condor, 105: 1-12.

Hennessey, A. Bennett
2004. Unbiased local information survey method confirms Southern Helmeted Curassow (Pauxi unicornis koepckeae) for Peru. Bulletin of the IUCN/BirdLife/WPA Cracid Specialist Group, 19: 36-45.

Hernández, Flor, Miriam Torres, Lisset Sáenz, C. Steven Sevillano-Ríos, Glenn F. Seeholzer, and Gustavo Carrasco
2019. Distribution of Wedge-tailed Grass Finch Emberizoides herbicola in Peru, with three new localities. Cotinga, no. 41: 52-56.

Hernandez, P. A. (=Pilar A.), I.(=Irma) Franke, S. K. (=Sebastian K.) Herzog, V. (=Víctor) Pacheco, L. (=Lily) Paniagua, H. L. (=Heidi L.) Quintana, A. (=Aldo) Soto, J. J.(=Jennifer J.) Swenson, C. (=Carolina) Tovar, T. H. (=Thomas H.) Valqui, J. (=Julieta) Vargas, and B. E. (=Bruce E.) Young
2008. Predicting species distributions in poorly-studied landscapes. Biodiversity and Conservation, 17:1353-1366.

Hernández C., Flor B.
2015. Utilización de tres métodos en la determinación de la dieta del cucarachero común (Troglodytes aedon), en La Molina – Lima, Perú. Tesis para optar el titulo de Biólogo, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina, Lima, Perú, pp. 1-72 [5].

Hernández C., Willy A.
2014. Nuevos registros de aberraciones en la pigmentación del plumaje de aves marinas en el Perú de las familias Sulidae y Phalacrocoracidae. Boletín de la Unión de Ornitólogos del Perú (UNOP), 9 (2): 20-27.

2016. Evaluación de la diversidad, abundancia y estado de conservación de la avifauna local y migratoria en el humedal de Caucato – San Clemente, Ica. Agosto 2012 a Marzo 2013. Tesis para optar el titulo de Biólogo, Escuela Académico Profesional de Biología, Facultad de
Ciencias Biológicas, Universidad Nacional “San Luis Gonzaga” de Ica, Ica, Perú, pp. [6] 1- 126.

Herzog, Sebastian K., Steven R. Ewing, Karl L. Evans, Aidan MacCormick, Thomas Valqui, Rosalind Bryce, Michael Kessler, and Ross MacLeod
2009. Vocalizations, distribution, and ecology of the Cloud-forest Screech Owl (Megascops marshalli). Wilson Journal of Ornithology, 121:240-252.

Herzog, Sebastian K., Víctor H. García-Soliz, and Susan E. Davis
2009. Status of the Cerulean Warbler (Dendroica cerulea) at the southern terminus of its non- breeding range, with a review of other Neartic-Neotropical migrant Parulidae in Bolivia. Ornitología Neotropical, 20: 121-130.

Herzog, Sebastian K., A. Bennett Hennessey, Michael Kessler, and Víctor H. García-Solíz
2008. Distribution, natural history and conservation status of two endemics of the Bolivian Yungas, Bolivian Recurvebill Simoxenops striatus and Yungas Antwren Myrmotherula grisea. Bird Conservation International, 18: 331-348.

Herzog, Sebastian K., and Gustavo H. Kattan
2011. Patterns of diversity and endemism in the birds of the tropical Andes. In Climate change and biodiversity in the tropical Andes (Sebastian K. Herzog, Rodney Martínez, Peter M. Jørgensen, Holm Tiessen, Eds.). Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research (IAI) and Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE), pp. 245-259.

Herzog, Sebastian K., Michael Kessler, and José A. Balderrama
2008. A new species of Tyrannulet (Tyrannidae: Phyllomyias) from Andean foothills in northwest Bolivia and adjacent Peru. Auk, 125: 265-276.

Hickcox, Rachel P., Manuel Jara, Laura A. K. Deacon, Lilly P. Harvey, and Daniel Pincheira-Donoso 2019. Global terrestrial distribution of penguins (Spheniscidae) and their conservation by protected
areas. Biodiversity and Conservation, 28: 2861-2876.

Hidalgo, Fernando J., Fausto N. Firstater, Betina J. Lomovasky, Percy Gallegos, Patricia Gamero, Oscar
O. Iribarne
2010. Macroalgal fouling on the intertidal mole crab Emerita analoga facilitates bird predation.
Helgoland Marine Research, 64: 367-376.

Hidalgo A., Nataly, and Giovana Chipana I.
2012. Densidad, estacionalidad y estado de conservación de las aves marinas en la Región Tacna.
Científica [Revista de la Universidad Científica del Sur, Lima, Perú], 9: 225-239.

Hidalgo A., Nataly A.
2007. Ecología de anidamiento en tres especies de guacamayos Ara spp. (Aves: Psittacidae). Río los Amigos, Madre de Dios, 2006. Tesis para obtener el título profesional de Biólogo, Escuela Profesional y Académica de Biología, Facultad de Ciencias Biológicas y Agropecuarias, Universidad Nacional de San Agustin de Arequipa, Arequipa, Perú, pp. i-vi, 7- 123, vi-viii.

Hidalgo A., Nataly A., James Booker, and Stephen F. Bailey
2010. First record of Orinoco Goose Neochen jubata west of the Andes. Cotinga, no. 32: 154-155.

Hidalgo-Aranzamendi, Nataly, Joanna Alfaro-Shigueto, and Carlos B. Zavalaga
2010. New records of broad-billed prions (Pachyptila vittata) in southern Peru. Notornis [Ornithological Society of New Zealand], 57: 39-42.

Hill, Jason M., Brett K. Sandercock, and Rosalind B. Renfrew
2019. Migration patterns of Upland Sandpipers in the Western Hemisphere. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 7, article 426: 1-18.

Hilty, Steven
2011. Family Thraupidae (Tanagers). In Handbook of the birds of the World (Josep del Hoyo, Andrew Elliott, and David Christie, Eds.). Tanagers to New World Blackbirds. Lynx Edicions, Barcelona [Spain], 16: 46-329.

Hilty, Steven L., and David Ascanio
2014. McConnell’s Flycatcher Mionectes macconnelli is more than one species. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club, 134: 270-279.

Hirschfeld, Erik (Ed.)
2007. Rare Birds Yearbook 2008. MagDig Media Ltd. in association with BirdLife International, Shropshire, England, pp. 1-273.

Hirschfeld, Erik, Andy Swash, and Robert Still
2013. The World’s rarest birds. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, pp. 1-360.

Hobson, Keith A., Kevin J. Kardynal, Steven L. Van Wilgenburg, Gretchen Albrecht, Antonio Salvadori, Michael D. Cadman, Felix Liechti, and James W. Fox
2015. A continent-wide migratory divide in North American breeding Barn Swallows (Hirundo rustica). PLoS ONE, 10 (6): e0129340. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0129340 [13 pp.].

Hocking W., Pedro J. (sometimes Peter Hocking)
2014. Criptoaves del Perú. Boletín de la Unión de Ornitólogos del Perú (UNOP), 9 (3): 6-15.

Hocking W., Pedro J. (sometimes Peter Hocking), Mikko Pyhala, and Heinz Plenge
2015. Constancia del caso de una supuesta criptoave mal identificada que finalmente resultó ser una Piranga Bermeja (Piranga flava). Boletín de la Unión de Ornitólogos del Perú (UNOP), 10 (1): 6-8.

Høgsås, Tor Egil, Ernesto Málaga-Arenas, and José Pizarro N.
2002. Noteworthy bird records for south-west Peru. Cotinga, no. 17: 60-61.

Høgsås, Tor Egil, Jhonson K. Vizcarra, Nataly Hidalgo A., and Ernesto Málaga A.
2010. Primeros registros documentados de Phoenicoparrus andinus en la costa sur de Perú.
Cotinga, no. 32: 155-157.

Holyoak, David T.
2001. Nightjars and their allies: The Caprimulgiformes. Oxford University Press, New York, pp. i- xxi, 1-773.

Hon Y., Enrique O., José Iannacone, and Lidia Sánchez
2013. Nemátodos en aves silvestres del área de conservación privada “Gotas de Agua” Jaén, Cajamarca, Perú. Neotropical Helminthology [Asociación Peruana de Helmintología e Invertebrados Afines (APHIA)], 7: 289-310.

Hoppe, Dieter
2018. Wissenschaftlicher Name des Perusittichs ist falsch. Papageien 31 (5): 163-166, with 15 unnumbered additional pages. [Scientific name of the Perusittich is wrong (Psittacara (wagleri) frontatus (Cabanis)). Scientific name proposed for the Peruvian parakeet is invalid according to some experts in litt. to MAP]
Hosner, Peter A., Michael J. Andersen, Mark B. Robbins, Abraham Urbay-Tello, Luis Cueto-Aparicio, Karen Verde-Guerra, Luis A. Sánchez-González, Adolfo G. Navarro-Sigüenza, Roger L. Boyd, Jano Núñez, Jorge Tiravanti, Mariela Combe, Hannah L. Owens, and A. Townsend Peterson
2015. Avifaunal surveys of the upper Apurímac River Valley, Ayacucho and Cuzco Departments, Peru: new distributional records and biogeographic, taxonomic, and conservation implications. Wilson Journal of Ornithology, 127: 563-581.

Hosner, Peter A., Luis Cueto-Aparicio, Gregorio Ferro-Meza, Darwin Miranda, and Mark B. Robbins 2015. Vocal and molecular phylogenetic evidence for recognition of a Thistletail species
(Furnariidae: Asthenes) endemic to the elfin forests of Ayacucho, Peru. Wilson Journal of Ornithology, 127: 724-730.

Hosner, Peter A., Mark B. Robbins, Thomas Valqui, and A. Townsend Peterson
2013. A new species of Scytalopus Tapaculo (Aves: Passeriformes: Rhinocryptidae) from the Andes of central Peru. Wilson Journal of Ornithology, 125: 233-242.

Howell, Steve N. G.
2015. Identification of Black and Markham’s Storm Petrels off Peru. Neotropical Birding, no. 16: 22- 26.

Howell, Steve N. G., and Jon Dunn
2007. Gulls of the Americas. Houghton Miffin Company, New, York, pp. i-x, 1-516.

Huamán R., Emiliana
2003. Diversidad y densidad poblacional de la avifauna del monte ribereño del río Virú, La Libertad- Perú, Enero-Junio 2003. Trabajo de habilitación para Promoción Docente de la Categoría de Auxiliar a la Categoría de Asociado, Facultad de Ciencias Biológicas, Universidad Nacional de Trujillo, Trujillo, pp. 1-28.

Huamán R., C. Emiliana
2011. Densidad poblacional y diversidad ornitológica de los algarrobales “El Moro” y “Cañoncillo”, La Libertad, Perú durante 2005-2007. Tesis para optar el grado de: Doctor en Ciencias Biológicas, Programa Doctoral en Ciencias Biológicas, Escuela de Postgrado, Universidad Nacional de Trujillo, Trujillo, Perú, pp. i-xv, 16-82.

Huamán-Rodríguez, E. (=Emiliana)
2010. Densidad poblacional de la avifauna del monte ribereño del río Virú, La Libertad-Perú, durante 2010. REBIOL [Revista de la Facultad de Ciencias Biológicas, Universidad Nacional de Trujillo, Trujillo, Perú], 30 (2): 70-72.

Huamani L., William
2012. Nyctanassa violácea [sic]: nuevo registro para la Laguna de Huacachina – Ica. Info Unica [Universidad Nacional “San Luis Gonzaga”, Ica, Perú], año 6, no. 3: 20.

Huaylinos V., Walter, and Eliana Quispitupac Q.
2004a. Estado actual y efecto de la caza local de aves acuáticas en la Reserva Nacional de Junín. Memorias V Jornada Nacional de Ornitología. Revista de Investigación Dilloniana [Facultad de Ciencias. Biológicas y Agropecuarias, Universidad Nacional de San Agustín, Arequipa], 4 (1): 81-82.

2004b. Estimación de las tasas de mortalidad total, natural y por captura de aves acuáticas. Memorias V Jornada Nacional de Ornitología. Revista de Investigación Dilloniana [Facultad de Ciencias. Biológicas y Agropecuarias, Universidad Nacional de San Agustín, Arequipa], 4 (1): 102.

Hurtado, Natali, and Víctor Gamarra-Toledo
2019. On certain Peruvian type localities of birds (Aves) in Mlíkovský (2009). Zootaxa, 4712 (2): 299-300.

Huyvaert, Kathryn P., and David J. Anderson
2004. Limited dispersal by Nazca boobies Sula granti. Journal of Avian Biology, 35: 46-53.