CASA is a multi-national, web-based project with the goal of increasing the quality and quantity of research on the reproductive biology and natural history of birds in the Americas. CASA aims to encourage the study of nesting biology by disseminating information, identifying gaps in our knowledge, and bringing together collaborators from across the Americas who work with, study, or simply just love birds. CASA began with a focus on birds nesting on mainland Ecuador (Natural History of Ecuador's Mainland Avifauna), but is slowly expanding its scope to all of the Americas by unifying similar projects from other countries.
Recent bibliographic items
- The nest, eggs and nestlings of Fulvous Antshrike Frederickena fulva from north-east Ecuador
- The Plate-billed Mountain Toucan (Andigena laminirostris) feeding on a Caecilia spp (Gymnophiona: Amphibia)
- Avian publications from Virgin Islands as found with a search of the Zoological Record 1996-2011
- Avian publications from Venezuela as found with a search of the Zoological Record 1996-2011