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Cole, J.S., R.B. Siegel, H.L. Loffland, E.A. Elsey, M.B. Tingley, and M. Johnson. 2020. Plant selection by bumble bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in montane riparian habitat of California. Environmental Entomology XX:1–10. Article available here.

Saracco, J.F., and M. Rubenstein. 2020. Integrating broad-scale data to assess demographic and climatic contributions to population change in a declining songbird. Ecology and Evolution 10:1804-1816. PDF
Tingley, M.W., A.W. Stillman, R.L. Wilkerson, S.C. Sawyer, and R.B. Siegel. 2020. Black-backed woodpecker occupancy in burned and beetle-killed forests: disturbance agent matters. Forest Ecology and Management 455:117694. PDF
Blakey, R.V., E.B. Webb, D.C. Kesler, R.B. Siegel, D. Corcoran, and M. Johnson. 2019. Bats in a changing landscape: linking occupancy and traits of a diverse montane bat community to fire regime. Ecology and Evolution 2019:1-14. PDF
Blakey, R.V., R.B. Siegel, E.B. Webb, C.P. Dillingham, M. Johnson, and D.C. Kesler. 2019. Multi-scale habitat selection by Northern Goshawks (Accipiter gentilis) in a fire-prone forest. Biological Conservation. doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2019.108348. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Rodney Siegel.)
Blakey, R.V., R.B. Siegel, E.B. Webb, C.P. Dillingham, R.L. Bauer, M. Johnson, and D.C. Kesler. 2019. Space use, forays, and habitat selection by California Spotted Owls (Strix occidentalis occidentalis) during the breeding season: new insights from high resolution GPS tracking. Forest Ecology and Management 432:912–922. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Rodney Siegel.)
Carnes, B., and A. Ash. 2019. Evidence for suspension of prebasic molt in a White-eyed Vireo. Western Birds 50:52–54. PDF
Cole, J.S., N.L. Michel, R.B. Siegel, and N. Somilleda, Jr. 2019. Effects of off-highway vehicles on avian abundance and diversity in a designated vehicular recreation area. Avian Conservation and Ecology 14:9. PDF
Cole, J.S., R.B. Siegel, H.L. Loffland, M.W. Tingley, E.A. Elsey, and M. Johnson. 2019. Explaining the birds and the bees: deriving habitat restoration targets from multi-species occupancy models. Ecosphere 10:e02718. PDF
Pyle, P. 2019. Book Review: E.I. Johnson and J.D. Wolfe. 2018. La Muda en Las Aves Tropicales [Molt in Neotropical Birds]. A publication of the American Ornithological Society, Volume 51. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. Hornero 33:72–74. PDF
Pyle, P. 2019. Sunset Sanderlings: Digital photography leads to novel insights about the presupplemental molt of the Sanderling. Birding 52(8):30-41. PDF
Pyle, P., M. Gustafson, T. Johnson, A.W. Kratter, A. Lang, K. Nelson, M.W. Lockwood, and D. Sibley. 2019. 30th report of the ABA Checklist Committee, 2018. Birding 52(11):36-42. PDF
Ray, C., D.R. Cluck, R.L. Wilkerson, R.B. Siegel, A.M. White, G.L. Tarbill, S.C. Sawyer, and C.A. Howell. 2019. Patterns of woodboring beetle activity following fires and bark beetle outbreaks in montane forests of California, USA. Fire Ecology 15:21. PDF
Ray, C., M.L. Holmgren, R.L. Wilkerson, R.B. Siegel, and J.R. Boetsch, K.J. Jenkins, and J.I. Ransom. 2019. Trends in landbird density at two national parks in fragmented, mixed-use landscapes of the Pacific Northwest. The Northwestern Naturalist 100:1-25. PDF
Roy, C., N.L. Michel, C.M. Handel, S.L. Van Wilgenburg, J.C. Burkhalter, K.E.B. Gurney, D.J. Messmer, K. Princé, C.S. Rushing, J.F. Saracco, R. Schuster, A.C. Smith, P.A. Smith, P. Sólymos, L.A. Venier, and B. Zuckerberg. 2019. Monitoring boreal avian populations: How can we estimate trends and trajectories from noisy data? Avian Conservation and Ecology 14:8. PDF
Saalfeld, S.T., D.C. McEwen, D.C. Kesler, M.G. Butler, J.A. Cunningham, A.C. Doll, W.B. English, D.E. Gerik, K. Grond, P. Herzog, B.L. Hill, B.J. Lagassé, and R.B. Lanctot. 2019. Phenological mismatch in Arctic‐breeding shorebirds: impact of snowmelt and unpredictable weather conditions on food availability and chick growth. Ecology and Evolution 00:1–15.
Saracco, J.F., R.B. Siegel, L. Helton, S. Stock, and D. DeSante. 2019. Phenology and productivity in a montane bird assemblage: trends and responses to elevation and climate variation. Global Change Biology 2019:25;985-086. PDF
Seritan, I., and P. Pyle. 2019. 2019 ABA Bird of the year: on the biology, field identification, and general coolness of the Red-billed Tropicbird, Phaethon aethereus. Birding 51(1):20-27. PDF
Siegel, R.B., S.A. Eyes, M.W. Tingley, J.X. Wu, S.L. Stock, J.R. Medley, R.S. Kalinowski, A. Casas, M. Lima-Baumbach, and A.C. Rich. 2019. Short-term resilience of Great Gray Owls to a megafire in California, USA. The Condor: Ornithological Applications 121:1–13. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Rodney Siegel.)
Stillman, A.N., R.B. Siegel, R.L. Wilkerson, M. Johnson, and M.W. Tingley. 2019. Age‐dependent habitat relationships of a burned forest specialist emphasise the role of pyrodiversity in fire management. Journal of Applied Ecology 56:880-890. PDF
Stillman, A.N., R.B. Siegel, R.L. Wilkerson, M. Johnson, C.A. Howell and M.W. Tingley. 2019. Nest site selection and nest survival of Black-backed Woodpeckers after wildfire. The Condor: Ornithological Applications 121(3). PDF
White, A.M., G.L. Tarbill, B. Wilkerson, and R. Siegel. 2019. Few detections of Black-backed Woodpeckers (Picoides arcticus) in extreme wildfires in the Sierra Nevada. Avian Conservation and Ecology 14:17. PDF
Albert, S., K. Ruegg, and R.B. Siegel. 2018. El uso de marcadores intrínsicos y extrínsicos para enlazar poblaciones de aves a través de las Americas [Use of intrinsic and extrinsic markers to link bird populations across the Americas]. Zeledonia 22:8-20. PDF
DeSante, D.F., Kaschube, D.R., and Saracco, J.F. 2018. Population changes and their demographic drivers in landbirds of western North America: an assessment from the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship program. Pages 269-293 in: W.D. Shuford, R.E. Gill Jr., and C.M. Handel, eds. Trends and Traditions: Avifaunal Change in Western North America. Studies of Western Birds No. 3.
Izaguirre, F., and P. Pyle. 2018. Electric Blue in the Bayou: the mystery of the Beaumont Cattle Egret. Birding 50(3):60-62. PDF
Kornegay, M.E., A.N.M. Wiewel, J.A. Collazo, J.F. Saracco, and S.J. Dinsmore. 2018. Improving our understanding of demographic monitoring: avian breeding productivity in a tropical dry forest. Journal of Field Ornithology 89:258-279. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Jim Saracco.)
Pyle, P. 2018. Book Review: E.I. Johnson and J.D. Wolfe. Molt in Neotropical Birds: Life History and Aging Criteria. A Publication of the American Ornithological Society, Volume 51. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. Journal of Field Ornithology 89:105-107. PDF
Pyle, P., A. Ayyash, and M.B. Bartosik. 2018. Replacement of primaries during prealternate molts in North American Larus gulls. Western Birds 49:293-306. PDF
Pyle, P., J.F. Saracco, and D.F. DeSante. 2018. Evidence of widespread movements from breeding to molting grounds by North American landbirds. The Auk: Ornithological Advances 135:506-520. PDF
Pyle, P., M. Gustafson, T. Johnson, A.W. Kratter, A. Lang, K. Nelson, M.W. Lockwood, and D. Sibley. 2018. 29th report of the ABA Checklist Committee, 2018. Birding 51(12):30-40. PDF
Ray, C., J.F. Saracco, M.L. Holmgren, R.L. Wilkerson, R.B. Siegel, K.J. Jenkins, J.I. Ransom, P.J. Happe, J.R. Boetsch, and M.H. Huff. 2018. Landbird population trends in mountain and historical parks of the North Coast and Cascades Network: 2005–2016 synthesis. Natural Resource Report NPS/NCCN/NRR—2018/1673. National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO. PDF
Ruegg, K., R.A. Bay, E.C. Anderson, J.F. Saracco, R.J. Harrigan, M. Whitfield, E.H. Paxton, and T.B. Smith. 2018. Ecological genomics predicts climate vulnerability in an endangered southwestern songbird. Ecology Letters 21:1085-1096. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Jim Saracco.)
Saracco, J.F., S.M. Fettig, G.L. San Miguel, D.W. Mehlman, and S.K. Albert. 2018. Avian demographic responses to drought and fire: a community-level perspective. Ecological Applications 28:1773–1781. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Jim Saracco.)
Schofield, L.N., H.L. Loffland, R.B. Siegel, C. Stermer, and H.A. Mathewson. 2018. Using conspecific broadcast for Willow Flycatcher restoration. Avian Conservation and Ecology 13:23. PDF
Schofield, L.N., J.L. Deppe, R.H. Diehl, M.P. Ward, R.T. Bolus, T.J. Zenzal, J. Smolinsky, and F.R. Moore. 2018. Occurrence of quiescence in free-ranging migratory songbirds. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 72:36. PDF
Schofield, L.N., J.L. Deppe, T.J. Zenzal, Jr., M.P. Ward, R.H. Diehl, R.T. Bolus, and F.R. Moore. 2018. Using automated radio telemetry to quantify activity patterns of songbirds during stopover. The Auk: Ornithological Advances 135:949-963. PDF
Sieburth, D., and P. Pyle. 2018. Evidence for a prealternate molt-migration in the Rufous Hummingbird and its implications for the evolution of molts in Apodiformes. The Auk: Ornithological Advances 135:495–505. PDF
Siegel, R.B., P. Pyle, and H.L. Loffland. 2018. Molt sequences in an extralimital Great Gray Owl detected over two winters in northwestern California. Western Birds 49:62–73. PDF
Stillman, A.N., and F. Tousley. 2018. Novel function of flutter display in the Black-backed Woodpecker. Western Birds 49:149–151. PDF
Tanaka, T., and P. Pyle. 2018. An odd duck: sex, age, and Wood Ducks. Birding 50(5):58-61. PDF
Tingley, M.W., A.N. Stillman, R.L. Wilkerson, C.A. Howell, S.C. Sawyer, and R.B. Siegel. 2018. Cross-scale occupancy dynamics of a postfire specialist in response to variation across a fire regime. The Journal of Animal Ecology 00:1–13. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Rodney Siegel.)
van Bemmelen, R.S.A., R.H. Clarke, P. Pyle, and K. Camphuysen. 2018. Timing and duration of primary molt in Northern Hemisphere skuas and jaegers. The Auk: Ornithological Advances 135:1043–1054. PDF
VanderWerf, E.A, R.E. David, P. Donaldson, R. May, H.D, Pratt, P. Pyle, and L. Tanino. 2018. First report of the Hawaii Bird Records Committee. Western Birds 49:2-23. PDF
Wilson, S., J.F. Saracco, R. Krikun, D.T. Tyler Flockhart, C.M. Godwin, and K.R. Foster. 2018. Drivers of demographic decline across the annual cycle of a threatened migratory bird. Scientific Reports:7316. PDF
Ahrestani, F.S., J.F. Saracco, J.R. Sauer, K.L. Pardieck, and J.A. Royle. 2017. An integrated population model for bird monitoring in North America. Ecological Applications 27:916-924. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Jim Saracco.)
Blakey, R.V., B.S. Law, R.T. Kingsford, and J. Stoklosa. 2017. Terrestrial laser scanning reveals below-canopy bat trait relationships with forest structure. Remote Sensing of Environment 198:40-51. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Rachel Blakey, rachelvblakey@gmail.com.)
Blakey, R.V., R.T. Kingsford, B.S. Law, and J. Stoklosa. 2017. Floodplain habitat is disproportionately important for bats in a large river basin. Biological Conservation 215:1-10. PDF
Carnes, B.H. 2017. Age determination of Swainson's Thrush using the distal marginal coverts. North American Bird Bander 42:104-107.
Gabriele, C.M., J.L. Neilson, J.M. Straley, C.S. Baker, J.A. Cedarleaf, and J.F. Saracco. 2017. Natural history, population dynamics, and habitat use of humpback whales over 30 years on an Alaska feeding ground. Ecosphere 8:e01641. PDF
Lai, P., P. Pyle, K.R. Foster, and C.M. Godwin. 2017. Identifying sparrows in juvenile plumage. Birding 49(6):62-76. PDF
Loffland, H.L., J.S. Polasik, M.W. Tingley, E.A. Elsey, C. Loffland, G. Lebuhn, and R.B. Siegel. 2017. Bumble bee use of post-fire chaparral in the central Sierra Nevada. The Journal of Wildlife Management 81:1084–1097. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Helen Loffland.)
Musher, L.J., P. Pyle, D.S. Irons, and J.R. Tietz. 2017. Identification of male Euphagus blackbirds in fresh fall plumage. Western Birds 48:205-2010. PDF
Pyle, P. 2017. Adding "Hawaii-only" species to the ABA Checklist. Birders Guide 29(2):28-34. PDF
Pyle, P., and M. McPherson. 2017. Why so many white Eared Grebes?: possible interactions among leucism, molt, and pollutants. Birding 49(10):58-65. PDF
Pyle, P., K. Kayano, K. Tranquillo, K. Murphy, B. Wilcox, and N. Arcilla. 2017. Manual for ageing and sexing landbirds of American Samoa, with notes on molt and breeding seasonality. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Pyle, P., M. Gustafson, T. Johnson, A. W. Kratter, A. Lang, M. W. Lockwood, R. Pittaway, and D. Sibley. 2017. 28th report of the ABA Checklist Committee, 2017. Birding 49(6):28-39. PDF
Ray, C., J. Saracco, K. Jenkins, M. Huff, P. Happe, and J. Ransom. 2017. Development of a robust analytical framework for assessing landbird population trends, dynamics and relationships with environmental covariates in the North Coast and Cascades Network. National Park Service Natural Resource Report NPS/NCCN/NRR—2017/1483. National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO. PDF
Ray, C., J.F. Saracco, M.L. Holmgren, R.L. Wilkerson, R.B. Siegel, K.J. Jenkins, J.I. Ransom, P.J. Happe, J.R. Boetsch, and M.H. Huff. 2017. Recent stability of resident and migratory landbird populations in National Parks of the Pacific Northwest. Ecosphere 8:e01902. PDF
Albert, S., D. DeSante, R. Siegel, D. Kaschube, and J. Saracco. 2016. Monitoring landbirds in national parks: understanding populations, migratory connectivity, and climate change. Pages 11-17 in: S. Weber, editor. Engagement, Education, and Expectations — The Future of Parks and Protected Areas: Proceedings of the 2015 George Wright Society Conference on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites. Hancock, Michigan: George Wright Society. PDF
Albert, S.K., D.F. DeSante, D.R. Kaschube, and J.F. Saracco. 2016. MAPS (Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship) data provide inferences on demographic drivers of population trends for 158 species of North American landbirds. North American Bird Bander 41:133-140. PDF
Beatty, W.S., D.C. Kesler, E.B. Webb, L.W. Naylor, A.H. Raedeke, D.D. Humburg, J.M. Coluccy, and G.J. Soulliere. 2016. How will predicted land-use change affect waterfowl spring stopover ecology? Inferences from an individual-based model. Journal of Applied Ecology. doi: 10.1111/1365-2664.12788. PDF
Casas, A., M. Garcia, R.B. Siegel, C. Ramirez, A. Koltunov, and S.L. Ustin. 2016. Burned forest characterization at single-tree level with Airborne Laser Scanning for wildlife habitat assessment. Remote Sensing of Environment 175:231-241. PDF
Foster, K.R., C.M. Godwin, P. Pyle, and J.F. Saracco. 2016. Reclamation and habitat-disturbance effects on landbird abundance and productivity indices in the oil sands region of northeastern Alberta, Canada. Restoration Ecology 25:532–538. PDF
Guallar, S.X., A. Ruiz-Sánchez, R. Rueda-Hernández, and P. Pyle. 2016. Molt strategies of ten Neotropical passerine species. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 128:543-555. PDF
Nordell, C.J., S. Haché, E.M. Bayne, P.M. Sólymos, K.R. Foster, C.M. Godwin, R. Krikun, P. Pyle, and K.A. Hobson. 2016. Within-site variation in feather stable hydrogen isotope (δ2Hf) values of boreal songbirds: implications for assignment to molt origin. PLoS ONE 11:e0163957. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Peter Pyle.)
Ortiz-Pulido, R., J.L. Alcántara-Carbajal, H. de la Cueva, J. Martínez-Gómez, P. Escalante Pliego, S.M. de la Parra-Martínez, T.P. Feria Arroyo y S. Albert. 2016. Conservación de aves en México: una instantánea de 2015. Huitzil: Revista Mexicana Ornitologica 17:234-238. PDF
Polasik, J.S., J.X. Wu, K. Roberts, and R.B. Siegel. 2016. Great Gray Owls nesting in atypical, low-elevation habitat in the Sierra Nevada, California. The Journal of Raptor Research 50:194-206. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Rodney Siegel.)

Puckett, E.E., D.C. Kesler, and D.N. Greenwald. 2016. Taxa, petitioning agency, and lawsuits affect time spent awaiting listing under the U.S. Endangered Species Act. Biological Conservation 201:220. Article available here

Pyle, P. 2016. Secondary aging criteria. Birding 48(2):28-32. PDF
Pyle, P., and M. Reid. 2016. Molts and plumages in Long-tailed and other jaegers: an "alternate" explanation for nonbreeding plumages? Western Birds 47:242–257. PDF
Pyle, P., D.L. Webster, and R.W. Baird. 2016. White-rumped dark storm-petrels in Hawaiian Island waters: the quandary of Leach's vs. Band-rumped storm-petrels throughout the world. Birding 48(1):58-73. PDF
Pyle, P., K. Tranquillo, K. Kayano, and N. Arcilla. 2016. Molt patterns, age criteria, and molt-breeding dynamics in American Samoan landbirds. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 128:56–69. PDF
Ruiz-Gutierrez, V., W.L. Kendall, J.F. Saracco, and G.C. White. 2016. Overwintering strategies of migratory birds: a novel approach for estimating seasonal movement patterns of residents and transients. The Journal of Applied Ecology. 53:1035–1045. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Jim Saracco.)
Rushing, C.S., T.B. Ryder, A.L. Scarpignato, J.F. Saracco, and P.P. Marra. 2016. Using demographic attributes from long-term monitoring data to delineate population structure. The Journal of Applied Ecology 53:491–500. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Jim Saracco.)
Saracco, J.F., P. Radley, P. Pyle, E. Rowan, R. Taylor, and L. Helton. 2016. Linking vital rates of landbirds on a tropical island to rainfall and vegetation greenness. PLoS ONE 11(2):e0148570. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Jim Saracco.)
Siegel, R.B., M.W. Tingley, R.L. Wilkerson, C.A. Howell, M. Johnson, and P. Pyle. 2016. Age structure of Black-backed Woodpecker populations in burned forests. The Auk: Ornithological Advances 133:69–78. PDF
Siegel, R.B., R. Taylor, J.F. Saracco, L. Helton, and S. Stock. 2016. GPS-tracking reveals non-breeding locations and apparent molt migration of a Black-headed Grosbeak. Journal of Field Ornithology 87:196-203. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Rodney Siegel.)
Tingley, M.W., R.L. Wilkerson, C.A. Howell, and R.B. Siegel. 2016. An integrated occupancy and home-range model to predict abundance of a wide-ranging, territorial vertebrate. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7:508–517. PDF
Tingley, M.W., V. Ruiz-Gutiérrez, R.L. Wilkerson, C.A. Howell, and R.B. Siegel. 2016. Pyrodiversity promotes avian diversity over the decade following forest fire. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 283:20161703. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Rodney Siegel.)
Walker, R.S., D.C. Kesler, and K.R. Hill. 2016. Are isolated indigenous populations headed toward extinction? PLoS One 11:e01150987. PDF
Beatty, W.S., E.B. Webb, D.C. Kesler, L.W. Naylor, A.H. Raedeke, D.D. Humburg, and J.M. Coluccy. 2015. An empirical evaluation of landscape energetic models: Mallard and American Black Duck space use during the non-breeding period. The Journal of Wildlife Management 79:1141-1151. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Dylan Kesler.) PDF
Clark, W.S., and P. Pyle. 2015. A recommendation for standardized age-sex class plumage terminology for raptors. The Journal of Raptor Research 49:513-517. PDF
Deppe, J.L., M.P. Ward, R.T. Bolus, R.H. Diehl, A. Celis-Murillo, T.J. Zenzal, F.R. Moore, T.J. Benson, J.A. Smolinsky, L.N. Schofield, D.A. Enstrom, et al. 2015. Fat, weather, and date affect migratory songbirds’ departure decisions, routes, and time it takes to cross the Gulf of Mexico. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112:E6331-E6338. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Lynn Schofield.)
DeSante, D.F., D.R. Kaschube, and J.F. Saracco. 2015. Vital rates of North American landbirds. The Institute for Bird Populations. www.VitalRatesOfNorthAmericanLandbirds.org.
George, T.L., R.J. Harrigan, J.A. LaManna, D.F. DeSante, J.F. Saracco, and T.B. Smith. 2015. Persistent impacts of West Nile virus on North American bird populations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112(46):14290–14294. PDF
Howell, S.N.G., and P. Pyle. 2015. Use of "definitive" and other terms in molt nomenclature: a response to Wolfe et al. The Auk: Ornithological Advances 132:365–369. PDF
Jachowski, D.S., D.C. Kesler, D.A Steen, and J.R. Walters. 2015. Redefining baselines in endangered species recovery. The Journal of Wildlife Management DOI: 10.1002/jwmg.800. PDF
Keller, D.C., P.R. Fresquez, L.A. Hansen, and D.R. Kaschube. 2015. Avian community composition in response to high explosive testing operations at Los Alamos National Laboratory in northern New Mexico. The Journal of Environmental Protection 6:1442-1453. PDF
McKellar, A.E., D.C. Kesler, and J.R. Walters. 2015. Resource selection reflects fitness associations for an endangered bird in restored habitat. Animal Conservation August 2015. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Dylan Kesler.) PDF
McKellar, A.E., R. Langrock, D.C. Kesler, J.R. Walters. 2015. Using hidden Markov models to examine behaviour and movement states in a cooperatively breeding bird. Behavioral Ecology 26:148-157. PDF
Polasik, J.P., M.A. Murphy, T. Abbott, and K. Vincent. 2015. Factors limiting early life stage survival and growth during endangered Wyoming toad reintroductions. The Journal of Wildlife Management 80:540-552.
Pyle, P., A. Engilis Jr., and D.A. Kelt. 2015. Manual for ageing and sexing landbirds of Bosque Fray Jorge National Park and north-central Chile, with notes on occurrence and breeding seasonality. Special Publications of the Louisiana State University. PDF
Pyle, P., A. Engilis Jr., and D.A. Kelt. 2015. Manual para estimar edad y sexo en aves del Parque Nacional Bosque Fray Jorge y Chile Central, con notas sobre rangos de distribución y estación reproductiva. Special Publications of the Louisiana State University. PDF
Pyle, P., C.M. Godwin, and K.R. Foster. 2015. Identifying juvenile warblers: The fun really begins here. Birding 47(6):58-69. PDF
Pyle, P., R.J. Keiffer, J.L. Dunn, and N. Moores. 2015. The Mendocino shrike: Red-backed Shrike (Lanius collurio) x Turkestan Shrike (L. phoenicuroides) hybrid. North American Birds 69:4-35. PDF
Rota, C.T., M.A. Rumble, C.P. Lehman, D.C. Kesler, and J.J. Millspaugh. 2015. Apparent foraging success reflects habitat quality in an irruptive species, the Black-backed Woodpecker. The Condor 117:178-191. PDF
Sealy, S.G., P. Pyle, and H.R. Carter. 2015. Ancient Murrelets molt flight feathers after the precocial young become independent. The Northwestern Naturalist 96:212-221. PDF
Stanton, R.A., F.R. Thompson, and D.C. Kesler. 2015. Site occupancy of Brown-headed Nuthatches varies with habitat restoration and range-limit context. The Journal of Wildlife Management 79:917-926. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Dylan Kesler.)
Winder, V.L., Carrlson, K.M., A.J. Gregory, C.A. Hagen, D.A. Haukos, D.C. Kesler, L.C. Larsson, T.W. Matthews, L.B. McNew, M.A. Patten, J.C. Pitman, L.A. Powell, J.A. Smith, T. Thompson, D.H. Wolfe, B.A. Sandercock. 2015. Factors affecting female space use in ten populations of Prairie Chickens. Ecosphere 6:Article 166. PDF
Wu, J.X., R.B. Siegel, H.L. Loffland, M.W. Tingley, S.L. Stock, K.N. Roberts, J.J. Keane, J.R. Medley, R. Bridgman, and C. Stermer. 2015. Diversity of nest sites and nesting habitats used by Great Gray Owls in California. The Journal of Wildlife Management 79:937-947. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Helen Loffland.)
Aslan, A., P. Hart, J. Wu, and C.E. Aslan. 2014. Evaluating the qualitative effectiveness of a novel pollinator: a case study of two endemic Hawaiian plants. Biotropica 46:732-739. PDF
Beatty, W.S., E.B. Webb, D.C. Kesler, A.H. Raedeke, L.W. Naylor, and D.D. Humburg. 2014. Landscape effects on Mallard habitat selection at multiple spatial scales during the non-breeding season. Landscape Ecology 29:989-1000. PDF
Beatty, W.S., E.B. Webb, D.C. Kesler, A.H. Raedeke, L.W. Naylor, and D.D. Humburg. 2014. The role of protected area wetlands in waterfowl habitat conservation: implications for protected area network design. Biological Conservation 176:144-152. PDF
Carrlson, K.M., D.C. Kesler, and T.R. Thompson. 2014. Survival and habitat use in translocated and resident Greater Prairie-chickens. The Journal for Nature Conservation 22:405-412. PDF
Guallar, S., A. Ruiz-Sánchez, R. Rueda-Hernández, and P. Pyle. 2014. Moult topography and its application to the study of partial wing-moult in two neotropical wrens. Ibis 156:311-320. PDF
Kesler, D.C. 2014. The role of science in avian conservation: examples from Pacific island kingfishers. Proceedings of the IV International Symposium on Breeding Birds in Captivity. Toronto, Canada. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Dylan Kesler.)
Kesler, D.C., A. Radedke, J. Foggia, W. Beatty, E.B. Webb, D. Humburg, L. Naylor. 2014. Effects of satellite transmitters on captive and wild Mallards. The Wildlife Society Bulletin 38:557-565. PDF
McKee, T., P. Pyle, and N. Moores. 2014. Vagrancy and identification in first cycle Slaty-backed Gulls. Birding 46:38-51 plus 51A-J. PDF
McKellar, A.E., D.C. Kesler, R.J. Mitchell, D.K. Delaney, and J.R. Walters. 2014. Geographic variation in fitness and foraging habitat quality in an endangered bird. Biological Conservation 175:52-64. PDF
Pyle, P. 2014. Plumages of second-basic and older Northern Harriers: a circular Circus? Birding 46:46-53. PDF
Pyle, P., R. David, B.D. Eilerts, A.B. Amerson, A.B. Borker, and M. McKown. 2014. Second record of Bryan’s Shearwater Puffinius bryani from Midway Atoll, with notes on habitat selection, vocalizations, and at-sea distribution. Marine Ornithology 42:5-8. PDF
Rota, C.T., J.J. Millspaugh, M.A. Rumble, C.P. Lehman, and D.C. Kesler. 2014. The role of wildfire, prescribed fire, and mountain pine beetle infestations on the population dynamics of a disturbance dependent species. PLoS ONE: 10.1371/journal.pone.0094700. PDF
Rota, C.T., M.A. Rumble, J.J. Millspaugh, C.P. Lehman, and D.C. Kesler. 2014. Space-use and habitat associations of Black-backed Woodpeckers (Picoides arcticus) occupying recently disturbed forests in the Black Hills, South Dakota. Forest Ecology and Management 313:161-168. PDF
Rowan, E., R.B. Siegel, D.R. Kaschube, and S. Stock. 2014. North American longevity records for nine landbird species monitored at Yosemite National Park's MAPS stations. North American Bird Bander 39:153-159. PDF
Ruegg, K., E. Anderson, K. Paxton, V. Apkenas, S. Lao, R.B. Siegel, D.F. DeSante, F. Moore, and T. Smith. 2014. Mapping migration in a songbird using high-resolution genetic markers. Molecular Ecology 23:5726–5739. PDF
Rushing, C.S., T.B. Ryder, J. Saracco, and P.P. Marra. 2014. Assessing migratory connectivity for a long-distance migratory bird using multiple intrinsic data sources. Ecological Applications 24:445-456. PDF
Rutt, C.L., P. Pyle, P.W. Collins, M.L. Brady, J.R. Tietz, and J.L. Dunn. 2014. The nominate subspecies of the Purple Finch in California and western North America. Western Birds 45:284–295. PDF
Saracco, J.F., A.L. Holmgren, R.L. Wilkerson, R.B. Siegel, R.C. Kuntz II, K.J. Jenkins, P.J. Happe, J.R. Boetsch, and M.H. Huff. 2014. Landbird trends in National Parks of the North Coast and Cascades Network, 2005-2012. U.S. Geological Survey open-file report 2014–1202. PDF
Siegel, R.B., P. Pyle, J.H. Thorne, A.J. Holguin, C.A. Howell, S. Stock, and M. Tingley. 2014. Vulnerability of birds to climate change in California’s Sierra Nevada. Avian Conservation and Ecology 9:7. PDF
Siegel, R.B., R.L. Wilkerson, M.W. Tingley, and C.A. Howell. 2014. Roost sites of the Black-backed Woodpecker in burned forest. Western Birds 45:296-303. PDF
Stanton, R.A., D.C. Kesler, and F.R. Thompson III. 2014. Resource configuration and abundance affect space use of a cooperatively breeding resident bird. The Auk: Ornithological Advances 131:407-420. PDF
Tingley, M.W., R.L. Wilkerson, M.L. Bond, C.A. Howell, and R.B. Siegel. 2014. Variation in home range size of Black-backed Woodpeckers (Picoides arcticus). The Condor: Ornithological Applications 116:325–340. PDF
Wu, J.X., D.M. Delparte, and P.J. Hart. 2014. Movement patterns of a native and non-native frugivore in Hawaii and implications for seed dispersal. Biotropica 46:175-182. PDF
Beatty, W.S., D.C. Kesler, E.B. Webb, A.H. Raedeke, L.W. Naylor, and D.D. Humburg. 2013. Quantitative and qualitative approaches to identifying migration chronology in a continental migrant. PLoS ONE 8:e75673. PDF
Bond, M.L., D.E. Lee, R.B. Siegel, and M.W. Tingley. 2013. Diet and home range size of California Spotted Owls in a burned forest. Western Birds 44:114-126. PDF
Johnson, O., P. Pyle, and J. Tietz. 2013. The subspecies of the Song Sparrow on Southeast Farallon Island and in central California. Western Birds 44:162-170. PDF
Kemink, K.M., and D.C. Kesler. 2013. Using movement ecology to inform translocation efforts: a case study with an endangered lekking bird species. Animal Conservation 16:499-457. PDF
Nelson, K., and P. Pyle. 2013. Distribution and movement patterns of individual Crested Caracaras in California. Western Birds 44:45-55. PDF
Pyle, P. 2013. Dark-faced Common Murres off California in fall and winter. Western Birds 44:250-261. PDF
Pyle, P. 2013. Evolutionary implications of synapomorphic wing-molt sequences among falcons (Falconidae) and parrots (Psittaciformes). The Condor 115:593-602. PDF
Pyle, P. 2013. Harrier molts and plumages. Birding 45:10-12. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Peter Pyle.)
Pyle, P. 2013. Molt homologies in ducks and other birds: a response to Hawkins (2011) and further thoughts on molt terminology in ducks. Waterbirds 36:75-79. PDF
Rota, C.T., J.J. Millspaugh, D.C. Kesler, C.P. Lehman, M.A. Rumble, and C.M. Bodinof. 2013. A re-evaluation of a case-control model with contaminated controls for resource selection studies. The Journal of Animal Ecology 82:1165-1173. PDF
Rundel, C.W., M.B. Wunder, A.H. Alvarado, K.C. Ruegg, R. Harrington, A. Schuh, J.F. Kelly, R.B. Siegel, D.F. DeSante, T.B. Smith, and J. Novembre. 2013. Novel statistical methods for integrating genetic and stable isotope data to infer individual-level migratory connectivity. Molecular Ecology 22:4163-4176. PDF
Saracco, J.F., C.M. Gabriele, and J. Neilson. 2013. Population dynamics and demography of humpback whales in Glacier Bay and Icy Strait, Alaska. The Northwestern Naturalist 94:187-197. PDF
Scarpignato, A.L., and T.L. George. 2013. Space use by Common Ravens in Marbled Murrelet nesting habitat in northern California. Journal of Field Ornithology 84:147–159. PDF
Sztukowski, L.A., and D.C. Kesler. 2013. Environmental fluorescence and conservation bait consumption by Sooty Terns (Sterna fuscata): implications for eradication programs. Bird Conservation International 23:36-44. PDF
Bond, M.L., R.B. Siegel, R.L. Hutto, V. Saab, and S. Shunk. 2012. A new forest fire paradigm: the need for high-severity fires. The Wildlife Professional 6:46-49. PDF
Cox, A.S., and D.C. Kesler. 2012. Prospecting behavior and the influence of forest cover on natal dispersal in a resident bird. Behavioral Ecology 23:1068-1077. PDF
Cox, A.S., and D.C. Kesler. 2012. Reevaluating the cost of natal dispersal: post-fledging survival of Red-bellied Woodpeckers. The Condor 114:341-347. PDF
Junda, J., A.L. Crary, and P. Pyle. 2012. Two modes of primary replacement during prebasic molt of Rufous Fantails (Rhipidura rufifrons). The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 124:680-685. PDF
Kesler, D.C. 2012. Foraging habitat distributions affect territory size and shape in the Tuamotu Kingfisher. The International Journal of Zoology 7:1-7. PDF
Kesler, D.C., A.S. Cox, G. Albar, A. Gouni, J. Mejeur, and C. Plasse. 2012. Translocation of Tuamotu Kingfishers, post-release exploratory behavior, and harvest effects on the donor population. Pacific Science 66:467-480. PDF
Kesler, D.C., and J.R. Walters. 2012. Social composition of destination territories and matrix habitat affect Red-cockaded Woodpecker dispersal. The Journal of Wildlife Management 76:1028-1035. PDF
Kesler, D.C., R.J. Laws, A.S. Cox, A. Gouni, and J.D. Stafford. 2012. Survival and population persistence in the critically endangered Tuamotu Kingfisher. The Journal of Wildlife Management 76:1001-1009. PDF
LaManna, J.A., T.L. George, J.F. Saracco, M.P. Nott, and D.F. DeSante. 2012. El Niño-Southern Oscillation influences annual survival of a migratory songbird at a regional scale. The Auk 129:734-743. PDF
Laws, R.J., and D.C. Kesler. 2012. A Bayesian network approach for selecting translocation sites for endangered island birds. Biological Conservation 155:178-185. PDF
Lee, D.E., M.L. Bond, and R.B. Siegel. 2012. Dynamics of breeding-season site occupancy of the California Spotted Owl in burned forests. The Condor 114:792-802. PDF
Lowe, J.D., and D.F. DeSante. 2012. The 2009 North American Breeding Bird Census. Bird Populations 11:52-53. PDF
Mathewson, H.A., M.L. Morrison, H.L. Loffland, and P.F. Brussard. 2012. Ecology of willow flycatchers (Empidonax traillii) in the Sierra Nevada, California: effects of meadow characteristics and weather on demographics. Ornithological Monographs 75:1-31. PDF
Pyle, P. 2012. In memory of the avian species. Birding, Sept., 2012:34-39. PDF
Ruiz-Sánchez, A., R. Rueda-Hernández, S. Guallar, and P. Pyle. 2012. Age determination of the Spot-breasted Wren and the White-breasted Wood-Wren using molt limits. North American Bird Bander 37:93-100. PDF
Saracco, J.F., J.A. Royle, D.F. DeSante, and B. Gardner. 2012. Spatial modeling of survival and residency and application to the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship Program. The Journal of Ornithology 152 (Supplement 2):S469-S476. PDF
Siegel, R.B., M.L. Bond, R.L. Wilkerson, B.C. Barr, C. Gardiner, and J.M. Kinsella. 2012. Lethal Procyrnea nematode infection in a Black-backed Woodpecker (Picoides arcticus) from California. The Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 43:421-424. PDF
Siegel, R.B., R.L. Wilkerson, R.C. Kuntz II, J.F. Saracco, and A.L. Holmgren. 2012. Elevation ranges of birds at Mount Rainier National Park, North Cascades National Park Service Complex, and Olympic National Park. The Northwestern Naturalist 93:23-39. PDF
Wolfe, J.D., and P. Pyle. 2012. Progress in our understanding of molt patterns in Central American and Caribbean landbirds. In: Proceedings of the IX Neotropical Ornithological Congress-Peru. Ornitologia Neotropical 23:153-158. PDF
Wolfe, J.D., T.B. Ryder, P. Pyle, and E.I. Johnson. 2012. Using molt and plumage cycles to age tropical birds: updates and recent advances. Ornitologia Neotropical 23:153-158. PDF
Chambers, M., G. David, C. Ray, B. Leitner, and P. Pyle. 2011. Habitats and conservation of molt migrant birds in southeastern Arizona. The Southwestern Naturalist 56:204-211. PDF
Coulombe, G.C., D.C. Kesler, and A. Gouni. 2011. Agricultural coconut forest as habitat for the critically endangered Tuamotu Kingfisher (Todiramphus gambieri gertrudae). The Auk 128:283-292. PDF
De la Hera, I., D.F. DeSante, and B. Mila. 2011. Feather growth rate and mass in Nearctic passerines with variable migratory behavior and molt pattern. The Auk 129:222-230. PDF
Hudgens, B., F. Beaudry, T.L. George, S. Kaiser, and N.M. Munkwitz. 2011. Shifting threats faced by the San Clemente Sage Sparrow. The Journal of Wildlife Management 75:1350-1360. PDF
Johnson, E.I., J.D. Wolfe, T.B. Ryder, and P. Pyle. 2011. Modifications to a molt-based ageing system proposed by Wolfe et al. (2010). Journal of Field Ornithology 82:422-424. PDF
Kesler, D.C. 2011. Non-permanent radiotelemetry leg harness for small birds. The Journal of Wildlife Management 75:467-471. PDF
Lehman, C.P., D.C. Kesler, C.T. Rota, M.A. Rumble, E.M. Seckinger, T.M. Juntti, and J.J. Millspaugh. 2011. Hand-held netguns: a technique for capturing Black-backed Woodpeckers. Journal of Field Ornithology 82:430-435. PDF

McGowan, C.P., D.C. Kesler, and M.R. Ryan. 2011. Endangered species management. Network of Conservation Educators and Practitioners. Available here

Pyle, P. 2011. Book review: Guallar et al., Paseriformes del Occidente de México: morfometría, datación y sexado. Revista Catalana d'Ornitologia 27:45-47. (Catalan Version) PDF
Pyle, P. 2011. Book review: Guallar et al., Paseriformes del Occidente de México: morfometría, datación y sexado. Western Birds 42:120-122. (English Version) PDF
Pyle, P. 2011. Nomenclature of the Laysan Honeycreeper, Himatione [sanguinea] fraithii. The Bulletin of the British Ornithological Club 131:116-117. PDF
Pyle, P., A.J. Welch, and R.C. Fleischer. 2011. A new species of shearwater (Puffinus) recorded from Midway Atoll, Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. The Condor 113:518-527. PDF
Pyle, P., and M.B. Main. 2011. Surveying and monitoring birds. Pages 49-90 in: M.B. Main, editor. Wildlife Monitoring: Florida Master Naturalist Program Special Topics. Southwest Florida Research and Education Center, Immokalee, FL.
Pyle, P., D.L. Webster, and R.W. Baird. 2011. Notes on petrels of the Dark-rumped Petrel complex (Pterodroma phaeopygia/sandwichensis) in Hawaiian waters. North American Birds 65:364-367. PDF
Pyle, P., J. Tietz, and G. McCaskie. 2011. The 35th report of the California Bird Records Committee: 2009 records. Western Birds 42:134-163. PDF
Radley, P., A.L. Crary, J. Bradley, C. Carter, and P. Pyle. 2011. Molt patterns, biometrics, and age and gender classification of landbirds on Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 123:588-594. PDF
Saracco, J.F., R.B. Siegel, and R.L. Wilkerson. 2011. Occupancy modeling of Black-backed Woodpeckers on burned Sierra Nevada forests. Ecosphere 2:art31. PDF
Siegel, R.B., R.L. Wilkerson, J.F. Saracco, and Z.L. Steel. 2011. Elevation ranges of birds on the Sierra Nevada’s west slope. Western Birds 42:2-26. PDF
Wilkerson, R.L., and R.B. Siegel. 2011. Distribution and abundance of Western Burrowing Owls (Athene cunicularia hypugaea) in southeastern California. The Southwestern Naturalist 56:378-384. PDF
Wolfe, J.D., and P. Pyle. 2011. First evidence for eccentric prealternate molt in the Indigo Bunting (Passerina cyanea): possible implications for adaptive molt strategies. Western Birds 42:257-262. PDF
Bond, M.L. D.E. Lee, R.B. Siegel, and J.P. Ward. 2010. Habitat use and selection by California Spotted Owls in a post-fire landscape. The Journal of Wildlife Management 73:1116-1124. PDF
Bond, M.L., D.E. Lee, and R.B. Siegel. 2010. Winter movements by California Spotted Owls in a burned landscape. Western Birds 41:174-180. PDF
Chandler, R.M., P. Pyle, M.E. Flannery, D.J. Long, and S.G. Howell. 2010. Flight feather molt of Turkey Vultures. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 122:354-360. PDF
DeSante, D.F., and J.D. Lowe. 2010. The 2007 and 2008 North American breeding bird census. Bird Populations 10:110-113. PDF
Fuller, T., S. Saatchi, E. Curd, E. Toffelmier, H. Thomassen, W. Buermann, D.F. DeSante, M.P. Nott, J.F. Saracco, C.J. Ralph, J. Pollinger, J. Alexander, and T.B. Smith. 2010. Mapping the risk of avian influenza in wild birds in the U.S. BMC Infectious Diseases 10:187. PDF
Kesler, D.C., J.R. Walters, and J.J. Kappes. 2010. Social influences on dispersal and the fat-tailed dispersal distribution in Red-cockaded Woodpeckers. Behavioral Ecology 21:1337-1343. PDF
Kesler, D.C., T. Ghestemme, E. Portier, and A. Gouni. 2010. Cooperative breeding of the Society Kingfisher (Todiramphus veneratus). The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 122:46-50. PDF
Pyle, P., and B.L. Sullivan. 2010. Documenting repeated occurrence of individual birds with digital images. Western Birds: 41:261-265. PDF
Pyle, P., and R. Kayhart. 2010. Replacement of primaries during the prealternate molt of a Yellow Warbler. North American Bird Bander 35:178-181. PDF
Saracco, J.F., J.A. Royle, D.F. DeSante, and B. Gardner. 2010. Modeling spatial variation in avian survival and residency probabilities. Ecology 91:1885-1891. PDF
Stock S.L., R.B. Siegel, and D.R. Kaschube. 2010. Declines in Yosemite’s bird populations. Pages 117-124 in: S. Weber, editor. Rethinking Protected Areas in a Changing World: Proceedings of the 2009 George Wright Society Biennial Conference on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites. PDF
Wilkerson, R.L., and R.B. Siegel. 2010. Assessing changes in the distribution and abundance of burrowing owls in California, 1993-2007. Bird Populations 10:1-36. PDF
Wolfe, J.D., T.B. Ryder, and P. Pyle. 2010. Using molt cycles to categorize the age of tropical birds: an integrative new system. Journal of Field Ornithology 81:186-194. PDF
Colwell, M.A., T.L. George, and R.T. Golightly. 2009. A predator management strategy to address corvid impacts on productivity of Snowy Plovers (Charadrius alexandrinus) and Marbled Murrelets (Brachyramphus marmoratus) in coastal northern California, final report. Submitted to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., and D.R. Kaschube. 2009. The Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program 2004, 2005, and 2006 report. Bird Populations 9:86-169. PDF
DeSante, D.F., and J.F. Saracco. 2009. Power of the MAPS Program to detect differences and trends in survival and a vision for program expansion. Bird Populations 9:42-75. PDF
DeSante, D.F., D.R. Kaschube, J.F. Saracco, and J.E. Hines. 2009. Power to detect differences and trends in apparent survival rates. Bird Populations 9:29-41. PDF
Jachowski, D.S., and D.C. Kesler. 2009. Allowing extinction: should we let species go? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 24:180. PDF
Pagen, R., P. Pyle, and L.T. Balance. 2009. A Fregetta storm petrel off western Mexico. Western Birds 39:225-227. PDF
Pyle, P. 2009. Age determination and molt strategies in North American alcids. Marine Ornithology 37:219-225. PDF
Pyle, P., and D.F. DeSante. 2009a. Updates to four-letter and six-letter alpha codes based on revisions by the American Ornithologists' Union in 2007-2008. North American Bird Bander 34:65-67. PDF
Pyle, P., and D.F. DeSante. 2009b. Updates to four-letter and six-letter alpha codes based on revisions by the American Ornithologists' Union in 2009. North American Bird Bander 34:109-110. PDF
Pyle, P., W.A. Leitner, L. Lozano-Angulo, F. Avilez-Teran, H. Swanson, E. Gómez-Limón, and M.K. Chambers. 2009. Temporal, spatial, and annual variation in the occurrence of molt-migrant passerines in the Mexican monsoon region. The Condor 111:583-590. PDF

Pyle, R.L., and P. Pyle. 2009. The Birds of the Hawaiian Islands: occurrence, history, distribution, and status. B.P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu, HI, U.S.A. Version 1 (31 December 2009). Available here

Robinson, R.A., R. Julliard, and J.F. Saracco. 2009. Constant effort: studying avian population processes through standardised ringing. Ringing and Migration 24:199-204. PDF
Rosenberg, D.K., J.A. Gervais, D.F. DeSante, and H. Ober. 2009. An updated adaptive management plan for the Burrowing Owl population at Naval Air Station Lemoore. The Oregon Wildlife Institute, Corvallis, OR, and The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Saracco, J.F., D.F. DeSante, M.P. Nott, and D.R. Kaschube. 2009. Using the MAPS and MoSI Programs to monitor landbirds and inform conservation. Pages 651-658 in: T.D. Rich, C.D. Thompson, D. Demarest, and C. Arizmendi, editors. Proceedings of the Fourth International Partners in Flight Conference: Tundra to Tropics. University of Texas-Pan American Press. PDF
Saracco, J.F., D.F. DeSante, M.P. Nott, W.M. Hochachka, S. Kelling, and D. Fink. 2009. Integrated bird monitoring and the Avian Knowledge Network: using multiple data resources to understand spatial variation in demographic processes and abundance. Pages 659-661 in: T.D. Rich, C.D. Thompson, D. Demarest, and C. Arizmendi, editors. Proceedings of the Fourth International Partners in Flight Conference: Tundra to Tropics. University of Texas-Pan American Press. PDF
Wolfe, J.D., P. Pyle, and C.J. Ralph. 2009. Breeding seasons, molt patterns, and gender and age criteria for selected northeastern Costa Rican resident landbirds. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 121:556-567. PDF
Elderd, B.D., and M.P. Nott. 2008. Changing landscapes, changing demography: an individual-based model for the endangered Cape Sable Seaside Sparrow. The Journal of Applied Ecology 45:258-268. PDF
Fogg, A.M., T.L. George, and K.L. Purcell. 2013. Intersexual variation in the foraging ecology of sexually monochromatic Western Wood-Pewees. Journal of Field Ornithology 84:40–48. PDF
Pyle, P. 2008. Birding by feather: a molt and plumage primer. Birding web extra. PDF
Pyle, P. 2008. Book review: N.E. Evenhuis, Barefoot on lava. Western Birds 39:230-232. PDF

Pyle, P. 2008. Identification Guide to North American Birds, Part II. Slate Creek Press, Bolinas, CA. (Copies of this book can be ordered from Slate Creek Press, http://www.slatecreekpress.com/orderIDG.htm). Order

Pyle, P., S.L. Jones, and J.M. Ruth. 2008. Molt and aging criteria for four North American grassland passerines. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Biological Tech. Pub., FWS/BTP-R6011-2008, Washington, D.C. PDF
Rosenberg, D.K., and K.L. Haley. 2008. The ecology of Burrowing Owls in the agroecosystem of the Imperial Valley, California. Studies in Avian Biology. PDF
Saracco, J.F., D.F. DeSante, and D.R. Kaschube. 2008. Assessing landbird monitoring programs and demographic causes of population trends. The Journal of Wildlife Management 72:1665-1673. PDF
Siegel, R.B., R.L. Wilkerson, and D.F. DeSante. 2008. Extirpation of the Willow Flycatcher from Yosemite National Park. Western Birds 39:8-21. PDF
Sperry, D.M., M. Kissling, and T.L. George. 2008. Avian nest survival in coastal forested buffer strips on Prince of Wales Island, Alaska. The Condor 110:740–746. PDF
Sperry, H., T.L. George, and S. Zack. 2008. Ecological factors affecting response of Dark-eyed Juncos to prescribed burning. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 120:131–138. PDF
DeSante, D.F., and D.R. Kaschube. 2007. The Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program 2002 and 2003 report. Bird Populations 8:46-115. PDF
DeSante, D.F., E.D. Ruhlen, and R. Scalf. 2007. The distribution and relative abundance of Burrowing Owls in California during 1991-1993: evidence for a declining population and thoughts on its conservation. Pages 1-41 in: Proceedings of The California Burrowing Owl Symposium. Bird Populations Monograph No. 1.
Kesler, D.C., and S.M. Haig. 2007. Conservation biology for suites of species: demographic modeling for the Pacific island kingfishers. Biological Conservation 136:520-530. PDF
Kesler, D.C., and S.M. Haig. 2007. Multiscale resource use and selection in cooperatively breeding Micronesian kingfishers. The Journal of Wildlife Management 71:765-772. PDF
Kesler, D.C., and S.M. Haig. 2007. Territoriality, prospecting, and dispersal in cooperatively breeding Micronesian kingfishers. The Auk 124:381-395. PDF
LeValley, R., and P. Pyle. 2007. Notes on plumage maturation in the Red-tailed Tropicbird. Western Birds 38:306-310. PDF
Pyle, P. 2007. Revision of molt and plumage terminology in Ptarmigan (Phasianidae: Lagopus spp.) based on evolutionary considerations. The Auk 124:508-514. PDF
Belland, C.B., and T.L. George. 2012. Survival of translocated Greater Sage Grouse hens in northeastern California. Western North American Naturalist 72:369–376. PDF
DeSante, D.F., and D.R. Kaschube. 2006. The Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program 1999, 2000, and 2001 report. Bird Populations 7:23-89. PDF
Gervais, J.A., C.M. Hunter, and R.G. Anthony. 2006. Interactive effects of prey and p,p′-DDE on Burrowing Owl population dynamics. Ecological Applications 16:666–677. PDF
Haig, S.M., E. Beever, S.M. Chambers, H.M. Draheim, B.D. Dugger, S. Dunham, E. Elliott-Smith, J. Fontaine, D.C. Kesler, B. Knaus, I.F. Lopes, P. Loschl, T.D. Mullins, and L.M. Sheffield. 2006. Taxonomic considerations in listing subspecies under the U.S. Endangered Species Act. Conservation Biology 20:1584-1594. PDF
Kesler, D.C., I.F. Lopes, and S.M. Haig. 2006. Sex determination of Pohnpei Micronesian Kingfisher using morphological and molecular genetic techniques. Journal of Field Ornithology 77:229-232. PDF
Pyle, P. 2006. Book review: E.M. McCarthy, Handbook of avian hybrids of the world. Western Birds 37:237-239. PDF
Pyle, P. 2006. Offshore Pacific highlights in summer-fall 2005: just another year. North American Birds 60:4-13. PDF
Pyle, P. 2006. Staffelmauser and other adaptive wing-molt strategies in larger birds. Western Birds 37:179-185. PDF
Pyle, P., and D.F. DeSante. 2006. Updates to four-letter and six-letter alpha codes based on revisions by the American Ornithologists' Union in 2005-2006. North American Bird Bander 31:193-195. PDF
Pyle, P., G. Friedrichsen, T. Staudt, C. Oedekoven, and L.T. Ballance. 2006. First record of Ringed Storm-Petrel (Oceanodroma hornbyi) for North America. North American Birds 60:162-163. PDF
Rosier, J.R., N.A. Ronan, and D.K. Rosenberg. 2006. Post-Breeding dispersal of Burrowing Owls in an extensive California grassland. The American Midlands Naturalist 155:162–167. PDF
DeSante, D.F. 2005. Suggestions for planning a migration-monitoring network based on the experience of establishing and operating the MAPS Program. In: C.J. Ralph and E.H. Dunn, editors. Using Mist Nets to Monitor Bird Populations. U.S.D.A. Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-191. PDF
DeSante, D.F., M.P. Nott, and D.R. Kaschube. 2005. Monitoring, modeling, and management: why base avian monitoring on vital rates and how should it be done? Pages 795-804 in: C.J. Ralph and T.D. Rich, editors. Bird Conservation Implementation and Integration in the Americas. U.S.D.A. Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-191. PDF
DeSante, D.F., T.S. Sillett, R.B. Siegel, J.F. Saracco, C.A. Romo de Vivar Alvarez, S. Morales, A. Cerezo, D. Kaschube, B. Milá, and M. Grosselet. 2005. MoSI (Monitoreo de Sobrevivencia Invernal): assessing habitat-specific overwintering survival of neotropical migratory landbirds. Pages 926-936 in: C.J. Ralph and T.D. Rich, editors. Bird Conservation Implementation and Integration in the Americas. U.S.D.A. Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-191. PDF
George, T.L., S. Zack, and W.F. Laudenslayer, Jr. 2005. A comparison of bird species composition and abundance between late- and mid-seral ponderosa pine forests. U.S.D.A. Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-198. PDF
Howell, S.N.G., and P. Pyle. 2005. Molt, age determination, and identification of puffins. Birding 37:412-418. PDF
Kesler, D.C., and S.M. Haig. 2005. Microclimate and nest site selection in Micronesian kingfishers. Pacific Science 59:499-508. PDF
Kesler, D.C., and S.M. Haig. 2005. Selection of arboreal termitaria for nesting by cooperatively breeding Pohnpei Micronesian kingfishers. The Ibis 147:188-196. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Dylan Kesler.)
Pyle, P. 2005. First-cycle molts in North American Falconiformes. Raptor Research 39:378-385. PDF
Pyle, P. 2005. Molts and plumages of ducks. Colonial Waterbirds 28:207-218. PDF
Pyle, P. 2005. Remigial molt patterns in North American Falconiformes as related to age, sex, breeding status, and life-history strategies. The Condor 107:823-834. PDF
Albert, S., E. Wemytewa, and N. Luna 2004. Revival of Zuni eagle husbandry in a modern context. Environmental Practice 6:240-246. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Steve Albert.)
Albert, S., N. Luna, R. Jensen, and L. Livingston. 2004. Restoring diversity to piñon-juniper woodlands. Ecological Restoration 22:18-23. PDF
Burton, K.M., and D.F. Desante. 2004. Effects of mist-netting frequency on capture rates at MAPS stations. Studies in Avian Biology 29:7-11. PDF
DeSante, D.F., E.D. Ruhlen, and D.K. Rosenberg. 2004. Density and abundance of Burrowing Owls in the agricultural matrix of the Imperial Valley, California. Studies in Avian Biology 27:116-119. PDF
DeSante, D.F., J.F. Saracco, D.R. O’Grady, K.M. Burton, and B.L. Walker. 2004. Some methodological considerations of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship Program. In: C.J. Ralph and E.H. Dunn, editors. Using Mist Nets to Monitor Bird Populations. Studies in Avian Biology 29:28-45.
Gervais, J.A., and D.H. Catlin. 2004. Temporal patterns of DDE in Burrowing Owl eggs from The Imperial Valley, California. Southwest Naturalist 49:509-512. PDF
Howell, S.N.G., C. Corben, P. Pyle, and D.I. Rogers. 2004. The first basic problem revisited: a reply to commentaries on Howell et al. 2003. The Condor 106:206-210. PDF
Kesler, D.C., and S.M. Haig. 2004. Thermal characteristics of wild and captive Micronesian Kingfisher nesting habitats. Zoo Biology 23:301-308. PDF
Pyle, P., A. Engilis Jr., and T.G. Moore. 2004. A Specimen of the nominate subspecies of the Red-Shouldered Hawk from California. Western Birds 35:100-104. PDF
Pyle, P., A. McAndrews, P. Veléz, R.L. Wilkerson, R.B. Siegel, and D.F. DeSante. 2004. Molt patterns, and age and sex determination of selected southeastern Cuban landbirds. Journal of Field Ornithology 75:136-145. PDF
Pyle, P., and S.N.G. Howell. 2004. Ornamental plume development and the "prealternate molts" of herons and egrets. The Wilson Bulletin 116:287-297. PDF
Albert, S. 2003. American Indian perspectives on the Endangered Species Act. Buffalo Environmental Law Journal 9:175-188. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Steve Albert.)
Bombay, H.L., M.L. Morrison, and L.S. Hall. 2003. Scale perspectives in habitat selection and animal performance for Willow Flycatchers (Empidonax traillii) in the central Sierra Nevada, California. Studies in Avian Biology 26:60-72. PDF
Froehlich, D. 2003. Ageing North American landbirds by molt limits and plumage criteria: a photographic companion guide to the Identification Guide to North American Birds, Part I. Slate Creek Press, Bolinas, CA. PDF
Gervais, J.A., D.K. Rosenberg, and R.G. Anthony. 2003. Space use and pesticide exposure risk of male Burrowing Owls in an agricultural landscape. The Journal of Wildlife Management 67:155–164. PDF
Gorman, L.R., D.K. Rosenberg, N.A. Ronan, K.L. Haley, J.A. Gervais, and V. Franke. 2003. Estimation of reproductive rates of Burrowing Owls. The Journal of Wildlife Management 67:493-500. PDF
Howell, S.N.G., C. Corben, P. Pyle, and D.I. Rogers. 2003. The first basic problem: a review of molt and plumage homologies. The Condor 105:635-653. PDF
Latta, S.C., A. Tossas, A. Sutton, H. Gonzales, P.B. Hamel, and D. DeSante. 2003. Research, monitoring, and conservation of neotropical migratory landbirds in the West Indies. The Journal of Caribbean Ornithology 16:1-19.
Liebezeit, J.R., and T.L. George. 2003. Comparison of mechanically egg-triggered cameras and time-lapse video cameras in identifying predators at Dusky Flycatcher nests. Journal of Field Ornithology 74:261-269. PDF
Pyle, P., and D.F. DeSante. 2003. Four-letter and six-letter alpha codes for birds recorded in the American Ornithologists' Union Check-list area. North American Bird Bander 28:64-79. PDF
Richardson, T.W., P. Pyle, R. Burnett, and P. Capitolo. 2003. The occurrence and seasonal distribution of migratory birds on Southeast Farallon Island, 1968-1999. Western Birds 34:58-96. PDF
Siegel, R.B., and D.F. DeSante. 2003. Bird communities in thinned versus unthinned stands of Sierran mixed conifer forest. The Wilson Bulletin 115:155-165. PDF
Donovan, T.M., C.J. Beardmore, D.N. Bonter, J.D. Brawn, R.J.Cooper, J.A. Fitzgerald, R. Ford, S.A. Gauthreaux, T.L. George, W.C. Hunter, T.E. Martin, J. Price, K.V. Rosenberg, P.D. Vickery, and T.B. Wigley. 2002. Priority research needs for the conservation of Neotropical migrant landbirds. Journal of Field Ornithology 73:329-450. PDF
George, T.L., and D.S. Dobkin, editors. 2002. Effects of habitat fragmentation on birds: contrasts with paradigms from the eastern United States. Studies in Avian Biology No. 25. The Cooper Ornithological Society. (22 MB file). PDF
George, T.L., and L.A. Brand. 2002. The effects of habitat fragmentation on birds in coast redwood forests. Studies in Avian Biology 25:92-102. PDF
Howell, S.N.G., and P. Pyle. 2002. Ageing and molt in nonbreeding Black-bellied Plovers. Western Birds 33:268-270. PDF
McKee, T., and P. Pyle. 2002. Plumage variation and hybridization in Black-footed and Laysan Albatrosses. North American Birds 56:131-138. PDF
Nott M.P., and D.F. DeSante. 2002. Demographic monitoring and the identification of transients in mark-recapture models. In: J.M. Scott, P.J. Heglund, M. Morrison, M. Raphael, J. Haufler, B. Wall, editors. Predicting Species Occurrences: Issues of Scale and Accuracy. Island Press. Covello, CA. PDF
Nott, M.P., D.F. DeSante, R.B. Siegel, and P. Pyle. 2002. Influences of the El Niño/Southern Oscillation and the North Atlantic Oscillation on avian productivity in forests of the Pacific Northwest of North America. Global Ecology and Biogeography 11:333-342. PDF
Zack, S., T.L. George, and W.F. Laudenslayer, Jr. 2002. Are there snags in the system? Comparing cavity use among nesting birds in “snag-rich” and “snag-poor” eastside pine forests. U.S.D.A. Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-181. PDF
Abbott, S., S.N.G. Howell, and P. Pyle. 2001. First North American record of Greater Sandplover. North American Birds 55:252-257. PDF
Brand, L.A., and T.L. George. 2001. Response of passerine birds to forest edge in coast redwood forest fragments. The Auk 118:678-686. PDF
DeSante, D.F., M.P. Nott, and D.R. O'Grady. 2001. Identifying the proximate demographic cause(s) of population change by modeling spatial variation in productivity, survivorship, and population trends. Ardea 89:185-208. PDF
Earnhart-Gold, S., and P. Pyle. 2001. Ocurrence Patterns of Peregrine Falcons on Southeast Farallon Island, California, by subspecies, age, and sex. Western Birds 32:119-126. PDF
George, T.L., and S. Zack. 2001. Spatial and temporal considerations in restoring habitat for wildlife. Restoration Ecology 9:272-279. PDF
Pyle, P. 2001. Age at first breeding and natal dispersal in a declining population of Cassin’s Auklet. The Auk 118:996-1007. PDF
Pyle, P. 2001. Book Review: M.J. Rauzon, Isles of Refuge. Western Birds 32:234. PDF
Pyle, P., D.J. Long, J. Schonewald, R.E. Jones, and J. Roletto. 2001. Historical and recent colonization of the South Farallon Islands, California, by Northern Fur Seals (Callorhinus ursinus). Marine Mammal Science 17:397-402. PDF
Pyle, P., N. Hoffman, B. Casler, and T. McKee. 2001. Little and Least Terns breeding on Midway Atoll: identification, range extensions, and assortative breeding behavior. North American Birds 55:3-6. PDF
Pyle, P., W.J. Sydeman, and M. Hester. 2001. Effects of age, breeding experience, mate fidelity, and site fidelity on breeding performance in a declining population of Cassin’s Auklets. The Journal of Animal Ecology 70:1088-1097. PDF
Siegel, R.B., M.P. Nott, and D.F. DeSante. 2001. Using point counts to establish conservation priorities: How many visits are optimal? Journal of Field Ornithology 72:228-235. PDF
Stephens, C., R.B. Siegel, and W.W. Weathers. 2001. Thermal conductance and basal metabolism of the Orange-cheeked Waxbill (Estrilda melpoda). The Ostrich 72:121-123. PDF
Albert, S. 2000. Zuni Indian use of parrot and macaw feathers. Psittascene 12:7.
Albert, S., and T. Trimble. 2000. Beavers as partners in ecological restoration. Ecological Restoration 18:87-92. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Steve Albert.)
Beck, M.J., and T.L. George. 2000. Song post and foraging site characteristics of breeding Varied Thrushes in northwestern California. The Condor 102:93-103. PDF
Brand, A., and T.L. George. 2000. Predation risks for nesting birds in fragmented coast redwood forest. The Journal of Wildlife Management 64:42-51. PDF
Capitolo, P., W. Richardson, R. Burnett, and P. Pyle. 2000. First record of an Olive-backed Pipit in California. Western Birds 31:112-116. PDF
DeSante, D.F., and D.R. O’Grady. 2000. The Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorshop (MAPS) Program 1997 and 1998 annual report. Bird Populations 5:49-101.
Gervais, J.A., D.K. Rosenberg, D.M. Fry, L. Trulio, and K.K. Sturm. 2000. Burrowing Owls and agricultural pesticides: evaluation of residues and risks for three populations in California, U.S.A. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 19:337–343. PDF
Pyle, P., and S.N.G. Howell. 2000. Revised ageing and sexing criteria for the Blue-throated Hummingbird. North American Bird Bander 25:134-137. PDF
Bosque, C., M.A. Pacheco, and R.B. Siegel. 1999. Maintenance energy costs of two partially folivorous tropical passerines. The Auk 116:246-252. PDF
Burton, K.M., and D.F. DeSante. 1999. Volunteers and training in MAPS. In: R. Bonney, D.N. Pashley, R.J. Cooper, and L. Niles, editors. Strategies for Bird Conservation: The Partners in Flight Planning Process. Cornell Lab of Ornithology. PDF
DeSante, D.F. 1999. Patterns of productivity and survivorship from the MAPS Program. In: R. Bonney, D.N. Pashley, R.J. Cooper, and L. Niles, editors. Strategies for Bird Conservation: The Partners in Flight Planning Process. Cornell Lab of Ornithology. PDF
DeSante, D.F., D.R. O'Grady, and P. Pyle. 1999. Measures of productivity and survival derived from standardised mist-netting are consistent with observed population changes. Bird Study 46 (suppl.): S178-188. PDF
Gervais, J.A, and D.K. Rosenberg. 1999. Western Burrowing Owls in California produce second brood of chicks. The Wilson Bulletin 111:569-571. PDF
Geupel, G.R., and DeSante, D.F. 1990. Incidence and determinants of double brooding in Wrentits. The Condor 92:67-75. PDF
Hazard, G.C., and T.L. George. 1999. Landbird abundance and diversity in different-aged stands of coast redwood forests in northwestern California. The Northwestern Naturalist 80:99-109. PDF
Heindel, M., and P. Pyle. 1999. Identification of Yellow-bellied and Western Flycatchers. Birders Journal 8:83-86. PDF
Pyle, P. 1999. Molts by age in the Bristle-thighed Curlew and other shorebirds. Western Birds 30:181-183. PDF
Rosenberg, D.K., D.F. DeSante , K.S. McKelvey and J.E. Hines. 1999. Monitoring survival rates of Swainson's Thrush (Catharus ustulatus) at multiple spatial scales. Bird Study 46:S198-S208. PDF
Rosenberg, D.K., D.F. DeSante, and J.E. Hines. 1999. Monitoring survival rates of landbirds at varying spatial scales: an application of the MAPS Program. Pages 178-184 in: Strategies for Bird Conservation: the Partners in Flight Planning Process. Proceedings of the 3rd Partners in Flight Workshop. October 1-5, 1995, Cape May, NJ. PDF
Siegel, R.B., W.W. Weathers and S.R. Beissinger. 1999. Hatching asynchrony reduces the duration, not the magnitude, of peak load in breeding Green-rumped Parrotlets (Forpus passerinus). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 45:444-450. PDF
Siegel, R.B., W.W. Weathers, and S.R. Beissinger. 1999. Assessing parental effort in a Neotropical parrot: a comparison of methods. Animal Behaviour 57:73-79. (For a copy of this publication, please contact Rodney Siegel.) PDF
Spear, L.B., D.G. Ainley, and P. Pyle. 1999. Seabirds in southeastern Hawaiian waters Western Birds 30:1-32. PDF
Weathers, W.W., C.R. Olson, R.B. Siegel, C.L. Davidson, and T.R. Famula. 1999. Winter and breeding energetics of nonmigratory White-crowned Sparrows. The Auk 116:842-847. PDF
Buckley, P.A., C.M. Francis, P. Blancher, D.F. Desante, C.S. Robbins, G. Smith, and P. Cannell. 1998. The North American bird banding program: into the 21st Century. Journal of Field Ornithology 69:511-692. PDF
DeSante, D.F., and D.K. Rosenberg. 1998. What do we need to monitor in order to manage landbirds? Pages 93-106 in: J.M. Marzluff, and R. Sallabanks, editors. Avian Conservation: Research and Management. Island Press, Washington, D.C. PDF
DeSante, D.F., D.R. O'Grady, K.M. Burton, P. Velez, D. Froehlich, E.E. Feuss, H. Smith, and E.D. Ruhlen. 1998. The Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program sixth and seventh annual reports (1995 and 1996). Bird Populations 4:69-122.
Pyle, P. 1998. Book Review: J.L. Dunn and K.L. Garrett, A field guide to the warblers of North America. Western Birds 29:233-234. PDF
Pyle, P. 1998. Eccentric first year molt patterns in certain Tyrannid flycatchers. Western Birds 29:29-35. PDF
Pyle, P., and J. Nestler. 1998. First record of Cuculus cuckoo on Midway Atoll and the Hawaiian Islands. Western Birds 29:124-127. PDF
Pyle, P., and P. Unitt. 1998. Molt and plumage variation by age and sex in the California and Black-tailed Gnatcatchers. Western Birds 29:280-289. PDF
Rosenberg, D., J. Gervais, H. Ober, and D. DeSante. 1998. An adaptive management plan for the Burrowing Owl population at Naval Air Station Lemoore, Lemoore, California. The Institute for Bird Populations and The Oregon Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. PDF
Spear, L.B., P. Pyle, and N. Nur. 1998. Natal dispersal in the Western Gull: proximal factors and fitness consequences. The Journal of Animal Ecology 67:165-179. PDF
DeSante, D.F., E.D. Ruhlen, S.L. Adamany, K.M. Burton, and S. Amin. 1997. A census of Burrowing Owls in central California in 1991. The Journal of Raptor Research 9:38-48.
Howell, S.N.G., and P. Pyle. 1997. Twentieth report of the California Bird Records Committee: 1994 records. Western Birds 28:117-141. PDF
Pyle, P. 1997. A further examination of wing and tail formulae in Contopus and Empidonax flycatchers. Pages 147-154 in: R.W. Dickman, editor. The Era of Allan Phillips: a Festschrift, Albuquerque, NM. PDF
Pyle, P. 1997. First year Slaty-backed Gull. Birders Journal 6:251. PDF
Pyle, P. 1997. Flight-feather molt patterns and age in North American owls. American Birding Association Monographs in Field Ornithology 2:1-32. PDF
Pyle, P. 1997. Molt limits in North American passerines. North American Bird Bander 22:49-89. PDF
Pyle, P., N. Nur, W.J. Sydeman, and S.D. Emslie. 1997. Cost of reproduction and the evolution of deferred breeding in the Western Gull. Behavioral Ecology 8:140-147. PDF
Pyle, P., S.N.G. Howell, and G.M. Yanega. 1997. Molt, retained flight feathers, and age in North American hummingbirds. Pages 155-166 in: R.W. Dickman, editor. The Era of Allan Phillips: a Festschrift., Albuquerque, NM. PDF
Sydeman, W.J., K.A. Hobson, P. Pyle, and E.B. McLaren. 1997. Trophic relationships among seabirds in central California: combined stable isotope and conventional dietary approach. The Condor 99:327-336. PDF
Yanega, G.M., P. Pyle, and G. Geupel. 1997. The timing and reliability of bill corrugations for ageing hummingbirds. Western Birds 28:13-18. PDF
DeSante, D.F., K.M. Burton, and D.R. O’Grady. 1996. The Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program fourth and fifth annual report (1993 and 1994). Bird Populations 3:67-120.
Howe, F.P., R.L. Knight, L.C. McEwen, and T.L. George. 1996. Direct and indirect effects of insecticide applications on growth and survival of nestling passerines. Ecological Applications 6:1314-1324. PDF
Pyle, P., and S.N.G. Howell. 1996. Intraspecific variation and the identification of Spizella sparrows. Birding 28:374-387. PDF
Ralph, C.J., G.R. Geupel, P. Pyle, T.E. Martin, D.F. DeSante, and B. Milá. 1996. Manual de métodos de campo para el monitoreo de aves terrestres. General Technical Report PSW-GTR-159. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. PDF
Siegel, R.B., and M.V. Centeno. 1996. Neotropical migrants in marginal habitats on a Guatemalan cattle ranch. The Wilson Bulletin 108:170-175. PDF
DeSante, D.F. 1995. Suggestions for future directions for studies of marked migratory landbirds from the perspective of a practitioner in population management and conservation. The Journal of Applied Statistics 22:949-965.
DeSante, D.F., K.M. Burton, J.F., Saracco, and B.L. Walker. 1995. Productivity indices and survival-rate estimates from MAPS, a continent-wide programme of constant-effort mist-netting in North America. The Journal of Applied Statistics 22:935-947.
Erickson, R.A., R.A. Hamlton, S.G. Howell, P. Pyle, and M.A. Patten. 1995. First record of the Marbled Murrelet and third record of the Ancient Murrelet for Mexico. Western Birds 26:39-45. PDF
George, T.L., L.C. McEwen, and B.E. Petersen. 1995. Effects of grasshopper control programs on rangeland breeding bird populations. The Journal of Range Management 48:336-342. PDF
Pyle, P. 1995. Incomplete flight feather molt and age in certain North American non-passerines. North American Bird Bander 20:15-26. PDF
Pyle, P., and S.N.G. Howell. 1995. Flight-feather molt patterns and age in North American Woodpeckers. Journal of Field Ornithology 66:564-581. PDF
Adams, J.S., R.L. Knight, L.C. McEwen, and T.L. George. 1994. Survival and growth of nestling Vesper Sparrows exposed to experimental food reductions. The Condor 96:739-748. PDF
DeSante, D.F., and T.L. George. 1994. Population trends in the landbirds of western North America. Pages 173-190 in: J.R. Jehl and N.K. Johnson, editors. A Century of Avifaunal Change in Western North America. Studies in Avian Biology No. 15. PDF
DeSante, D.F., K.M. Burton. 1994. The Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program third annual report (1992). Bird Populations 2:62-89.
Howell, S.N.G., L.B. Spear, and P. Pyle. 1994. Identification of Manx-type Shearwaters in the eastern Pacific. Western Birds 25:169-177. PDF
Miller, C.K., R.L. Knight, L.C. McEwen, and T.L. George. 1994. Responses of nesting Savannah Sparrows to fluctuations in grasshopper densities in interior Alaska. The Auk 111:962-969. PDF
Pyle, P., and D.F. DeSante. 1994. Trends in waterbirds and raptors at Southeast Farallon Island, California, 1974-1993. Bird Populations 2:33-43. PDF
Pyle, P., N. Nur, and D. DeSante. 1994. Trends in nocturnal migrant landbird populations at Southeast Farallon Island, California, 1968-1992. Studies in Avian Biology No 15:58-74. PDF
Taylor, D.M., D.F. DeSante, G.R. Geupel, and K. Houghton. 1994. Autumn populations of landbirds along central coastal California 1976-1986. Journal of Field Ornithology 65:169-185. PDF
DeSante, D.F., K.M. Burton, and O.E. Williams. 1993. The Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program second annual report (1990-1991). Bird Populations 1:68-97.
Howell, S.N.G., and P. Pyle. 1993. New and noteworthy bird records from Baja California, Mexico, October 1991. Western Birds 24:57-62. PDF
Howell, S.N.G., P. Pyle, L.B. Spear, and R.L. Pitman. 1993. North American migrant birds on Clipperton Atoll. Western Birds 24:73-80. PDF
Pyle, P. 1993. A Markham’s Storm Petrel in the northeastern Pacific. Western Birds 24:108-110. PDF
Pyle, P., and S.N.G. Howell. 1993. An Arctic Warbler in Baja California, Mexico. Western Birds 24:53-56. PDF
Pyle, P., N. Nur, R.P. Henderson, and D.F. DeSante. 1993. The effects of weather and lunar cycle on nocturnal migration of landbirds at Southeast Farallon Island, California. The Condor 95:343-361. PDF
Ralph, C.J.. G. Geupel, P. Pyle, T.E. Martin, and D.F. DeSante. 1993. Handbook of field methods for monitoring landbirds. U.S.D.A. Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-144. PDF
Tracy, C.R., and T.L. George. 1993. Extinction probabilities for British Island birds: a reply. The American Naturalist 142: 1036-1037. PDF
DeSante, D.F. 1992. Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS): a sharp, rather than blunt, tool for monitoring and assessing landbird populations. Pages 511-521 in: D.R. McCullough and R.H. Barrett, editors. Wildlife 2001: Populations. Elsevier Applied Science, London, UK. PDF
George, T.L., A.C. Fowler, R.L. Knight, and L.C. McEwen. 1992. Impacts of a severe drought on grassland birds in western North Dakota. Ecological Applications 2:275-284. PDF
George, T.L., L.C. McEwen, and A. Fowler. 1992. Effects of a carbaryl bait treatment on nontarget wildlife. Environmental Entomology 21:1239-1247. PDF
Pyle, P., and D. Sibley. 1992. Juvenal-plumed LeConte’s Sparrows on migration. Birding 24:70-76. PDF
Pyle, P., and G. McCaskie. 1992. Thirteenth report of the California Bird Records Committee. Western Birds 23:97-132. PDF
Pyle, P., L.B. Spear, and D.G. Ainley. 1992. Observations of Dark-rumped Petrels off Oregon and California. Western Birds 24:110-112. PDF
Tracy, C.R., and T.L. George. 1992. On the determinants of extinction. The American Naturalist 139:102-122. PDF
Fowler, A.C., R.L. Knight, T.L George, and L.C. McEwen. 1991. Effects of avian predation on grasshopper populations in North Dakota grasslands. Ecology 72:1775-1781. PDF
Pyle, P., and P. Henderson. 1991. The birds of Southeast Farallon Island: occurrence and seasonal distribution of migratory species. Western Birds 22:41-84. PDF
Pyle, P., L.B. Spear, W.J. Sydeman, and D.G. Ainley. 1991. The effects of experience and age on the breeding performance of Western Gulls. The Auk 108:25-33. PDF
DeSante, D.F. 1990. The role of recruitment in the dynamics of a Sierran subalpine bird community. American Naturalist 136:429-455.
Pyle, P., and P. Henderson. 1990. On separating female and immature Oporonis warblers in fall. Birding 22:222-229. PDF
Pyle, P., L. Spear, and J. Engbring. 1990. A previously unreported population of Herald Petrel on Ta’u Island, American Samoa. Colonial Waterbirds 13:136-137. PDF
Bailey, S.F., P. Pyle, and L.B. Spear. 1989. Dark Pterodroma petrels in the North Pacific identification, status and North American occurrence. American Birds 43:400-415. PDF
DeSante, D.F., and L.F. Baptista. 1989. Factors affecting the termination of breeding in Nuttal's White-crowned Sparrows. The Wilson Bulletin 101:120-124. PDF
DeSante, D.F. 1988. A Tribute to Dave Gaines. American Birds 42:329-330. PDF
Pyle, P. 1988. Comments and errata for Identification Guide to North American Passerines. North American Bird Bander 13:112-113. PDF
Pyle, P., and J. Engbring. 1988. First described nest of a Truk Greater White-eye. Elepaio 48:11-14. PDF
DeSante, D.F., and G.R. Geupel. 1987. Landbird productivity in central coastal California: the relationship to annual rainfall, and a reproductive failure in 1986. The Condor 89:636-653. PDF
George, T.L. 1987. Behavior of territorial male and female Townsend's Solitaires (Mydates townsendi) in winter. The American Midland Naturalist 118:121-127. PDF
George, T.L. 1987. Greater land bird densities on island vs. mainland: relation to nest predation level. Ecology 68:1393-1400. PDF
George, T.L. 1987. Nesting phenology of landbirds in Baja California. The Condor 89:920-923. PDF
Pyle, P. 1987. Identification Guide to North American Birds. Part 1. Slate Creek Press, Bolinas, CA. (Copies of this book can be ordered from Slate Creek Press, http://www.slatecreekpress.com/orderIDG.htm).
Pyle, P., and J. Engbring. 1987. New bird records and migrant observations from Micronesia, 1977-1984. Micronesica 21:281-283. PDF
Pyle, P., S.N.G. Howell, R.P. Yunick, and D.F. DeSante. 1987. Identification Guide to North American Passerines. Slate Creek Press, Bolinas, CA.
DeSante, D.F. 1986. A field test of the variable circular-plot censusing method in a Sierran subalpine forest habitat. The Condor 88:129-142. PDF
DeSante, D.F., and P. Pyle. 1986. Distibutional checklist of North American Birds. Artemisia Press, Lee Vining, CA. (For a copy of this book, please contact IBP).
DeSante, D.F., N.K. Johnson, R. Levalley, and R.P. Henderson. 1985. Occurrence and identification of the Yellow-bellied Flycatcher on Southeast Farallon Island, California. Western Birds 16:153-160. PDF
Isenhart, F.R., and D.F. DeSante. 1985. Observations of Scrub Jays cleaning ectoparasites from black-tailed deer. The Condor 87:145-147. PDF
Pyle, P. 1985. Book review: L. Svensson, Identification Guide to European Passerines. North American Bird Bander 10:22-23. PDF
Pyle, P., and J. Engbring. 1985. Checklist of the Birds of Micronesia. Eleapaio 21:281-282. PDF
DeSante, D.F. 1983. Annual variability in the abundance of migrant landbirds on Southeast Farallon Island, California. The Auk 100:826-852. PDF
Pyle, P., D. DeSante, and R.J. Boekelheide, and R.P. Henderson. 1983. A Dusky Warbler (Phylloscopus fuscatus) on Southeast Farallon Island, California. The Auk 100:995-996. PDF
DeSante, D.F., and D.G. Ainley. 1980. The avifauna of the South Farallon Islands, California. Studies in Avian Biology No. 4, The Cooper Ornithological Society. PDF
Shuford, D., and D. DeSante. 1979. The changing seasons. American Birds 33:255-262. PDF
DeSante, D. 1976. The changing seasons. American Birds 30:677-688. PDF
Peer-reviewed Publications by Other Researchers
Glass, A.J., A.J. Caven, D. Kim, M.O. Sutton, and N. Arcilla. 2020. Climate change and land management implications for a declining Neotropical migratory songbird breeding in the North American Great Plains. Avian Conservation and Ecology 15:4. PDF
Mendieta, R., J.M. Zolotoff, M.A. Tórrez, and M. Ignacia Galeano. 2019. Primer registro del Pinzón Piquirrecto (Haplospiza rustica) en el Pacífico de Nicaragua / First record of a Slaty Finch (Haplospiza rustica) on the Pacific slope of Nicaragua. Zeledonia 23:27-30. PDF
Wolfe, J.D., J.D. Alexander, J.L. Stephens, and C.J. Ralph. 2019. A novel approach to understanding bird communities using informed diversity estimates at local and regional scales in northern California and southern Oregon. Ecology and Evolution 1:12. PDF
Kelly. L.T., and L. Brotons. 2017. Using fire to promote biodiversity. Science 355:1264-1265. PDF
North American Bird Conservation Initiative. 2016. The State of North America’s Birds 2016. www.stateofthebirds.org PDF
Ryu, H.Y., K.T. Shoemaker, É. Kneip, A.M. Pidgeon, P.J. Heglund, B.L. Bateman, W.E. Thogmartin, and H.R. Akçakaya. 2016. Developing population models with data from marked individuals. Biological Conservation 197:190–199.
Senda, M., N. Nakamura, and K. Ozaki. 2016. Annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Fukushima, Japan (2012 to 2015). The Journal of the Yamashina Institute for Ornithology 47:140-155. (In Japanese with abstract and tables in English). PDF
Brown, L.M., and C.H. Graham. 2015. Demography, traits and vulnerability to urbanization: Can we make generalizations? The Journal of Applied Ecology 52:1455–1464. PDF
Martínez-Salinas, A. and F. DeClerck. 2015. El papel de los agroecosistemas y bosques en la conservación de aves dentro de corredores biológicos. Mesoaméricana 14:35-50. PDF
Medina, J.P., C. Salgado-Miranda, M. García-Conejo, K.P. Galindo-Sánchez, C.J. Mejía-García, M.K. Janczur, C.W. Gomes Lopes, B.P. Berto, and E. Soriano-Vargas. 2015. Coccidia in passerines from the Nevado de Toluca National Park, Mexico. Acta Parasitologica 60:173–174. PDF
Su, M.R., and R.S. Lin. 2015. Sexing, aging and molt patterns of White-tailed Robin Cinclidium leucurum monti. The Taiwan Journal of Biodiversity 17:287-300. (In Chinese with English abstract) PDF
Hsu, T.C., and H.J. Shiu. 2014. A comparison of bird point count and mist netting used in a lowland shrub in southern Taiwan. The Taiwan Journal of Biodiversity 16:51-61. (In Chinese with English abstract) PDF
Jones, S.E.I. 2014. A first documented record of black-naped tern (Sterna sumatrana) for Tutuila Island, American Samoa. Notornis 61:113-115. PDF
Yang, C.Y., S.P. Yo, and R.S. Lin. 2014. Estimation of survival rate for Alcippe morrisonia, Alcippe brunnea, Stachyris ruficeps, and Pomatorhinus ruficollis by using capture-recapture method. M.S. Thesis, Department of Life Sciences, National Chung Hsing University, Taichung, Taiwan. PDF
Lin, R.S., C.Y. Yang, Y.W. Mei, and H.Y. Sung. 2013. Preliminary investigation of the prevalence of avian pox-like lesions in resident passerines in Taiwan. The Taiwan Journal of Biodiversity 15:219-231. (In Chinese with English abstract) PDF
Wolfe, J.D., E.I. Johnson, P.C. Stouffer, F. Owens, E. Deleon, E. Liffmann, K. Brzeski, S. Utley, D. Mooney, C. Coco, and G. Grandy. 2013. Annual survival of birds captured in a habitat island bordered by the urban matrix of Baton Rouge, LA. The Southeastern Naturalist 12:492-499. PDF
Langle-Flores, A., E.M. Barba-Robert, and A. Reyes-Magallanes. 2011. Estatus invernal de Junco hyemalis en el estado de Jalisco, México. Huitzl 12:5-8. PDF
Rodríguez-Ruíz, E.R., H.A. Garza-Torres, C.A. Ríos-Muñoz, and A.G. Navarro-Sigüenza. 2011. La distribución geográfica de la tángara azul-gris (Thraupis episcopus) en hábitats modificados antropogénicamente en México. Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad 82:989-996. PDF
Calvert, A.M., J. Woodcock, and J.D. McCracken. 2010. Contrasting seasonal survivorship of two migratory songbirds wintering in threatened mangrove forests. Avian Conservation and Ecology 5:2. PDF
Espericueta-Viera, J.C., and A. Leal-Sandoval. 2010. Aves capturadas en tres estaciones de anillado durante el Programa Monitoreo de Sobrevivencia Invernal (MoSI) en el estado de Sinaloa. El canto del Centzontle 1:49-64.
Akresh, M.E., K. Dinse, J. Foufopoulos, S.C. Schubel, and T. Kowalczyk. 2009. Passerine breeding and post-fledgling habitat use in riparian and upland temperate forests of the American Midwest. The Condor 111:756-762. PDF
Jennings, S., T. Gardali, N.E. Seavy, and G.R. Geupel. 2009. Effects of mist netting on reproductive performance of Wrentits and Song Sparrows in central coastal California. The Condor 111:488–496. PDF
Leal-Sandoval, A., J. Fonseca-Parra, and J.A. Castillo-Guerrero. 2009. Noteworthy bird records from central Sinaloa, México. Huitzl 10:63-65. PDF
Maglianesi, M.A. 2009. Establecimiento y manejo de una estación del Programa de Monitoreo de Sobrevivencia Invernal (MoSI) en un bosque tropical seco. Zeledonia 13:23-32. PDF
Snyder, T.A. III. 2009. Molt strategies in Alaskan Arctic Warblers. North American Bird Bander 33:174-176. PDF
Woodcock, J., and M. Woodcock. 2009. Una Reinita Amarilla (Dendroica petechia) anillada en Costa Rica recapturada en los EE.UU. Zeledonia 13:28-29. PDF
Gutierrez-Ramirez M. 2007. Comportamiento poblacional de aves y biometría de Elaenia frantzii en el Bosque Nuboso de la Reserva Natural Volcán Mombacho. Un estudio de cinco años de la avifauna de Mombacho, diciembre 2002 – marzo 2007. Monografía, Tesis de Licenciatura en Biología, UNAN Managua, Nicaragua. PDF
Piaskowski, V.D., M. Teul, K.M. Williams, and R.N. Cal. 2006. Birds of the Sibun riverine forest, Belize. Ornitología Neotropical 17:333-352. PDF
Piaskowski, V.D., M. Teul, R.N. Cal, and K.M. Williams. 2005. Habitat associations of Neotropical migrants in Belize, Central America, during the non-breeding season. The Passenger Pigeon 67:61-76. PDF
Alexander, J.D., C.J. Ralph, K. Hollinger, and B. Hogoboom. 2004. Using a wide-scale landbird monitoring network to determine landbird distribution and productivity in the Klamath-Siskiyou region. Pages 33-41 in: K.L. Mergenthaler, J.E. Williams, and J. Jules, editors. Proceedings of the Second Conference on Klamath-Siskiyou Ecology, Klamath Falls, OR. PDF
Donnelly, R., and J.M. Marzluff. 2003. Importance of reserve size and landscape context to urban bird conservation. Conservation Biology 18:734-745. PDF
Bart, J., C. Kepler, P. Sykes, and C. Boceti. 1999. Evaluation of mist-net sampling as an index to productivity in Kirtland's Warblers. The Auk 116:1147-1151. PDF
Tautin, J., L. Metras, and G. Smith. 1999. Large-scale studies of marked birds in North America. Bird Study 46:S271-S278. PDF
Other Publications and Reports
2018 Annual Report, The Institute for Bird Populations. PDF
Albert, S., C. Ray, J. Schillaci, and L. Schofield. 2019. The Fort Bragg landbird monitoring project: report for the 2018 field season. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Campos, B.R., H.B. Loffland, and R.D. Burnett. 2019. Relationships between Willow Flycatcher and beaver-modified stream reaches in Sierra Nevada montane meadows. Point Blue Conservation Science and The Institute for Bird Populations PDF
Cole, J., N. Michel, R. Siegel, and C. Wilsey. 2019. Avian indicators of habitat conditions and disturbance effects to natural resources in state vehicular recreation areas of California. National Audubon Society, New York, NY.
Kayano, K., P. Pyle, and D. Kesler. 2019. Development of remote tracking and vocalization playback methodology to study the natural history of the Tongan Ground Dove on Ofu and Olosega Islands, American Samoa. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Loffland, H. 2019. Using birds to inform meadow restoration at Clear Creek Meadow. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Loffland, H. 2019. Using birds to inform meadow restoration at Hope Valley West. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Loffland, H. 2019. Using birds to inform meadow restoration at Leavitt Meadow. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Loffland, H. 2019. Using birds to inform meadow restoration at Lower Wolf Creek Meadow. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Loffland, H. 2019. Using birds to inform meadow restoration at Pickel Meadow. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Loffland, H. 2019. Using birds to inform meadow restoration at Sardine Meadow. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Loffland, H. 2019. Using birds to inform meadow restoration at Wet Meadows Reservoir. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B., M.W. Tingley, and R.L. Wilkerson. 2019. Black-backed Woodpecker MIS surveys on Sierra Nevada national forests: 2018 annual report. The Institute for Bird Populations. Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Smith, A.B., E.A. Beever, A.E. Kessler, A.N. Johnston, C. Ray C et al. 2019. Alternatives to genetic affinity as a context for within-species response to climate. Nature Climate Change 9:787-794.
Albert, S., C. Ray, J. Schillaci, and L. Schofield. 2018. The Fort Bragg landbird monitoring project: report for the 2017 field season. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Loffland, H., and R. Siegel. 2018. Using birds to inform meadow restoration at Faith Valley. The Institute for Bird Populations. Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
P. Pyle, D. Roche, Z. Emery, E. Fishel, H.M. Todaro, M. Wayne, J. Wong, K. Kayano, D. Kaschube, and L. Helton. 2018. The Tropical Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorshop (TMAPS) Program in American Samoa: 2018 Report. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B., M.L. Bond, C.A. Howell, S.C. Sawyer, and, D.L. Craig, editors. 2018. A Conservation Strategy for the Black-backed Woodpecker (Picoides arcticus) in California. Version 2.0. The Institute for Bird Populations and California Partners in Flight. Point Reyes Station, California. PDF
Siegel, R.B., M.W. Tingley, and R.L. Wilkerson. 2018. Black-backed Woodpecker MIS surveys on Sierra Nevada national forests: 2017 annual report. Report to U.S.D.A. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Albert, S., D. Kaschube, and R. Taylor. 2017. The 2016 Annual Report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Holmgren, A.L., R.L. Wilkerson, R.B. Siegel, and J.I. Ransom. 2017. North Coast and Cascades Network landbird monitoring: report for the 2016 field season. Natural Resource Report NPS/NCCN/NRR—2017/1495. National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO. PDF
Kaschube, D.R., and S. Albert. 2017. The Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program at Audubon Canyon Ranch, Cypress Grove Research Center. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Marra, P.P., T.B. Ryder, S. Sillett, M. Betts, R. Siegel, J. Saracco, and R. Fischer. 2017. Using a hierarchical approach to model regional source-sink dynamics for neotropical-nearctic songbirds to inform management practices on Department of Defense installations. U.S. Department of Defense Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program, Final Report. PDF
Pyle, P., K. Kayano, A. Doyle, S. Fitz-William, A. Grupenhoff, A.J. Pate, F. Tousley, C. Weissburg, D. Kaschube, and L. Helton. 2017. The Tropical Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (TMAPS) Program in American Samoa: 2017 report. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Schofield, L.N., and S.S. Stock. 2017. Birds of Ackerson Meadows prior to acquisition. US Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Yosemite National Park.
Siegel, R.B., M.W. Tingley, and R.L. Wilkerson. 2017. Black-backed Woodpecker MIS surveys on Sierra Nevada national forests: 2016 annual report. Report to U.S.D.A. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
The Institute for Bird Populations. 2017. Bumble bees and post-fire chaparral management in the Sierra Nevada. Color brochure, 8 pp. PDF

Gahbauer, M.A., S. Duval, and D. Davey. 2016. McGill Bird Observatory ten-year report 2005-2014. McGill Bird Observatory, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Report available here

Holmgren, A.L., R.L. Wilkerson, R.B. Siegel, and J.I. Ransom. 2016. North Coast and Cascades Network landbird monitoring report for the 2015 Field Season. Natural Resource Report NPS/NCCN/NRR—2016/1241. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA, and The National Park Service, North Cascades National Park Service Complex, Sedro-Woolley, WA. PDF
Kaschube, D.R., S. Albert, L. Helton, and R. Taylor. 2016. The 2015 Annual Report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Polasik, J.S., H.L. Loffland, R.B. Siegel, and M.W. Tingley. 2016. Assessing bumble bee communities on the Fred’s and Power Fires of the Eldorado National Forest: report for the 2015 Field Season. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Pyle, P., K. Kayano, K. Murphy, A.J. Pate, M. Soderbergh, C. Taft, N. Weyandt, B. Wilcox, D. Kaschube, and L. Helton. 2016. The Tropical Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (TMAPS) Program in American Samoa: 2016 report. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Schofield, L.N., and S.S. Stock. 2016. Looking downstream: bird studies in Poopenaut Valley. US Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Yosemite National Park.
Schofield, L.N., and S.S. Stock. 2016. Yosemite Valley riparian bird indicator species status. US Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Yosemite National Park.
Schofield, L.N., R.B. Siegel, J.X. Wu, and R.L. Wilkerson. 2016. Avian monitoring in the King Fire: surveying Black-backed Woodpeckers during the 2015 breeding season. Report to the US Forest Service, El Dorado National Forest. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Siegel, R.B., M.W. Tingley, and R.L. Wilkerson. 2016. Black-backed Woodpecker MIS surveys on Sierra Nevada national forests: 2015 annual report. Report to U.S.D.A. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Wu, J.X., H.L. Loffland, R.B. Siegel, C. Stermer. 2016. A Conservation Strategy for Great Gray Owls (Strix nebulosa) in California. Interim version 1.0. The Institute for Bird Populations and California Partners in Flight. Point Reyes Station, California. PDF
DeSante, D.F., K.M. Burton, P. Velez, D. Froehlich, and D.R. Kaschube. 2015. MAPS Manual: 2015 Protocol. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Gahbauer, M. 2015. McGill Bird Observatory annual program report 2014. McGill Bird Observatory, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. PDF
Helton, L.W., R.B. Siegel, D.R. Kaschube, and S. Stock. 2015. The 2014 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Yosemite National Park. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Holmgren, A.L., R.L. Wilkerson, R.B. Siegel, and P.J. Happe. 2015. North Coast and Cascades Network landbird monitoring: report for the 2014 field season. Natural Resource Data Series NPS/NCCN/NRDS—2015/502. National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO. PDF
Loffland, H., and R.B. Siegel. 2015. Monitoring bird response to restoration at Indian Valley. Report to American Rivers. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Polasik, J.S. 2015. Annotated bibliography of recently published literature on the Black-backed Woodpecker. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Pyle, P., K. Kayano, J. Reese, V. Morgan, R.S. Mulitalo, J. Tigilau, S. Tuvalu, D. Kaschube, R. Taylor, and L. Helton. 2015. The Tropical Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (TMAPS) Program in American Samoa: 2015 report. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Saracco, J.F., L. Helton, and P. Pyle. 2015. Seasonal demographics of landbirds on Saipan: report on the 2013-14 TMAPS program. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Schofield, L.N., R.B. Siegel, J.X. Wu, and R.L. Wilkerson. 2015. Avian monitoring in the King Fire: surveying Spotted Owls and Northern Goshawks during the 2015 breeding season. Report to the US Forest Service, Eldorado National Forest. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Siegel, R.B., M.W. Tingley, and R.L. Wilkerson. 2015. Black-backed Woodpecker MIS surveys on Sierra Nevada national forests: 2014 annual report. Report to U.S.D.A. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Strohm, K.H., and H.L. Loffland. 2015. 2015 Willow Flycatcher Surveys in the Tahoe National Forest. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Su, M.R., J.H. Chen, S.S. Chen, H.I. Syu, D.S. Hu, L.L. Wu, Y.Z. Cai, S.H. Wu, P.J. Lin, G.J. Hong, J.L. Lai, and R.S. Lin. 2015. The 2014 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Taiwan. The Endemic Species Research Institute, Nantou, Taiwan. (In Chinese with English abstract) PDF
Su, M.R., J.H. Chen, S.S. Chen, H.I. Syu, D.S. Hu, L.L. Wu, Y.Z. Cai, S.H. Wu, P.J. Lin, J.L. Lai, and R.S. Lin. 2015. The 2015 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Taiwan. The Endemic Species Research Institute, Nantou, Taiwan. (In Chinese with English abstract) PDF
Tingley, M.W, R.L. Wilkerson, and R.B. Siegel. 2015. Explanation and guidance for a decision support tool to help manage post-fire Black-backed Woodpecker habitat. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, California. PDF
Campos, B.R., R.D. Burnett, H.L. Loffland, and R.B. Siegel. 2014. Evaluating meadow restoration in the Sierra Nevada using birds and their habitat associations. Report to the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. Point Blue Conservation Science, Petaluma, CA. PDF
Corcoran, R., C. Trussell, and R. MacIntosh. 2014. Monitoring avian productivity and survivorship on Kodiak Island, Alaska, 2010-2014. Refuge report no. 2014.7, Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Kodiak, AK. PDF
Holmgren, A.L., R.L. Wilkerson, R.B. Siegel, and P.J. Happe. 2014. North Coast and Cascades Network landbird monitoring: report for the 2013 field season. Natural Resource Data Series NPS/NCCN/NRDS—2014/691. National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO. PDF
Loffland, H L., and R.B. Siegel. 2014. 2014 Willow Flycatcher surveys in east-side meadows on the Tahoe National Forest. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Loffland, H.L., R.B. Siegel, C. Stermer, B.R. Campos, R.D. Burnett, and T. Mark. 2014. Assessing Willow Flycatcher population size and distribution to inform meadow restoration in the Sierra Nevada and Southern Cascades. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Pyle, P., N.S. Arcillo, K. Tranquillo, K. Kayano, A. Doyle, S. Jones, D. Kaschube, R. Taylor, and E. Rowan. 2014. The Tropical Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (TMAPS) Program in American Samoa: 2014 report. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Rowan, E., R.B. Siegel, D.R. Kaschube, and S. Stock. 2014. The 2013 Annual Report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Yosemite National Park. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Saracco, J.F., P. Pyle, E. Rowan, R. Taylor, and P. Radley. 2014. Closed robust design modeling of 2013 Saipan TMAPS capture-recapture Data. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Saracco, J.F., P. Radley, P. Pyle, E. Rowan, and R. Taylor. 2014. Vital rates of landbirds on Saipan and links to remote-sensed habitat data: a summary of five years (2008-2012) of the Tropical Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (TMAPS) program on Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B., M.W. Tingley, and R.L. Wilkerson. 2014. Assessing home-range size and habitat needs of Black-backed Woodpeckers in California: report for the 2013 field season. Report to U.S.D.A. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B., M.W. Tingley, and R.L. Wilkerson. 2014. Black-backed Woodpecker ecology and response to post-fire forest management. Technical Report to the U.S.D.A. Forest Service. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Siegel, R.B., M.W. Tingley, and R.L. Wilkerson. 2014. Black-backed Woodpecker MIS surveys on Sierra Nevada national forests: 2012 annual report. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B., M.W. Tingley, and R.L. Wilkerson. 2014. Black-backed Woodpecker MIS surveys on Sierra Nevada national forests: 2013 annual report. Report to U.S.D.A. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Song, S.Y., J.H. Chen, S.S. Chen, M.R. Su, H.I. Syu, D.S. Hu, L.L. Wu, Y.Z. Cai, R.C. Jhang, S.H. Wu, and R.S. Lin. 2014. The 2013 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Taiwan. The Endemic Species Research Institute, Nantou, Taiwan. (In Chinese with English abstract) PDF
Gahbauer, M.A. 2013. McGill Bird Observatory annual program report 2013. McGill Bird Observatory, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. PDF
Holmgren, A.L., R.L. Wilkerson, R.B. Siegel, and R.C. Kuntz II. 2013. North Coast Cascades Network landbird monitoring report for the 2012 field season. Natural Resource Data Series NPS/NCCN/NRDS—20113/523. National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO. PDF
Loffland, H.L, R.B. Siegel, and R L. Wilkerson. 2013. Assessing the effects of meadow restoration on bird populations in the greater Sierra Nevada: report for the 2012 field season. Report to the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Loffland, H.L., and R.B. Siegel. 2013. Using bird monitoring to inform meadow restoration at Ackerson Meadow. Report to American Rivers. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Loffland, H.L., R.B. Siegel, and R.L. Wilkerson. 2013. Assessing the effects of meadow restoration on bird populations in the greater Sierra Nevada: report for the 2012 field season The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Pyle, P., N.S. Dauphine, K. Tranquillo, C. Nell, E. Jeffreys, D. Kaschube, R. Taylor, and E. Rowan. 2013. The Tropical Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (TMAPS) Program in American Samoa: 2013 report. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Rowan, E.R., D.R. Kaschube, R.B. Siegel, and S. Stock. 2013. The 2012 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Yosemite National Park. Report to Yosemite National Park. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B., M.W. Tingley, and R.L. Wilkerson. 2013. Black-backed Woodpecker MIS surveys on Sierra Nevada national forests: 2012 annual report. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Siegel, R.B., M.W. Tingley, R.L. Wilkerson, and M.L. Bond. 2012. Assessing home range size and habitat needs of Black-backed Woodpeckers in California: report for the 2011 and 2012 field seasons. Report to U.S.D.A. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Song, S.Y., J.H. Chen, S.S. Chen, M.R. Su, H.I. Syu, D.S. Hu, L.L. Wu, Y.Z. Cai, R.C. Jhang, Z.C. Syu, and R.S. Lin. 2013. The 2012 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Taiwan. The Endemic Species Research Institute, Nantou, Taiwan. (In Chinese with English abstract) PDF
Bond, M.L., R.B. Siegel, and D. Craig, editors. 2012. A conservation strategy for Black-backed Woodpecker (Picoides arcticus) in California. The Institute for Bird Populations and California Partners in Flight. PDF
Gahbauer, M.A. 2012. McGill Bird Observatory annual program report 2012. McGill Bird Observatory, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. PDF
Holmgren, A.L., R.L. Wilkerson, and R.B. Siegel. 2012. Sierra Nevada Network bird monitoring: 2011 annual report. Natural Resource Data Series NPS/SIEN/NRDS—2012/362. National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO. PDF
Holmgren, A.L., R.L. Wilkerson, R.B. Siegel, and R.C. Kuntz II. 2012. North Coast Cascades Network landbird monitoring report for the 2011 field season. Natural Resource Report NPS/NCCN/NRTR. National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO. PDF
Loffland, H.L., and R.B. Siegel. 2012. Using bird monitoring to inform meadow restoration at Hope Valley. Report to American Rivers. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Pyle, P. 2012. Updated Manual for Ageing and Sexing Landbirds of American Samoa. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA PDF
Pyle, P., J.F. Saracco, P. Radley, and D.R. Kaschube. 2012. The Tropical Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (TMAPS) Program on Saipan, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands: 2011-2012 Report. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Pyle, P., N.S. Dauphine, D. Lipp, R. Badia, R. Taylor, and E. Rowan. 2012. The Tropical Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (TMAPS) Program in American Samoa: 2012 report. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Pyle, P., R.B. Siegel, R. Taylor, and M.K. Chambers. 2012. Evaluating 155 bird taxa for consideration as sensitive species in the U.S.D.A. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Saracco, J.F., and V. Ruiz-Gutierrez. 2012. Development of restoration and scaling options for songbirds. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Saracco, J.F., V. Ruiz-Gutierrez, W.L. Kendall, P. Pyle, and R. Taylor. 2012. Identification and management of priority winter bird habitats for migratory landbirds: research results and implications for conserving and managing winter habitat. Report to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel R.B., R.C. Kuntz II, R.L. Wilkerson, K.D. Kuhlman, and M.D. Toshack. 2012. Surveying for Spotted Owls in the Upper Skagit watershed of North Cascades National Park Complex, 2009-2010. Natural Resource Technical Report. NPS/NOCA/NRTR—2012/597. National Park Service. Fort Collins, CO. Published Report-2186188. PDF
Siegel, R.B., and D.R. Kaschube. 2012. Evaluating the capacity of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survival (MAPS) and Monitoreo de Sobrevivencia Invernal (MoSI) Programs to monitor hummingbird populations. Report to the Hummingbird Monitoring Network. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Siegel, R.B., and D.R. Kaschube. 2012. Landbird monitoring results from the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in the Sierra Nevada. Report to U.S.D.A. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B., J.F. Saracco, R.L. Wilkerson, and S. Stock. 2012. Long-term demographics of Yosemite’s songbirds: an analysis of data from the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Yosemite National Park. Report to Yosemite National Park. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B., M.W. Tingley, and R.L. Wilkerson. 2012. Black-backed Woodpecker MIS surveys on Sierra Nevada national forests: 2011 annual report. Report to U.S.D.A. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Song, S.Y., J.H. Chen, S.S. Chen, M.R. Su, H.I. Syu, D.S. Hu, L.L. Wu, Y.Z. Cai, C.H. Ou-yang, Y.R. Cheng, and R.S. Lin. 2012. The 2011 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Taiwan. The Endemic Species Research Institute, Nantou, Taiwan. (In Chinese with English abstract) PDF
Steel, Z.L., M.L. Bond, R.B. Siegel, and P. Pyle. 2012. Avifauna of Sierra Nevada Network parks: assessing distribution, abundance, stressors, and conservation opportunities for 145 bird species (Appendix A – species accounts). Natural Resource Report NPS/SIEN/NRR—2012/506A. National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO. PDF
Steel, Z.L., M.L. Bond, R.B. Siegel, and P. Pyle. 2012. Avifauna of Sierra Nevada Network parks: assessing distribution, abundance, stressors, and conservation opportunities for 145 bird species. Natural Resource Report NPS/SIEN/NRR—2012/506. National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO. PDF
Gahbauer, M. and G. Gruner. 2011. McGill Bird Observatory fall migration monitoring program, 2010 report. McGill Bird Observatory, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. PDF
Gahbauer, M.A. 2011. McGill Bird Observatory annual program report 2011. McGill Bird Observatory, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. PDF
Holmgren, A., R.L. Wilkerson, R.B. Siegel, and R.C. Kuntz II. 2011. North Coast and Cascades Network Landbird Monitoring. Report for the 2010 Field Season. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Holmgren, M., R.L. Wilkerson, and R.B. Siegel. 2011. North Coast and Cascades Network landird monitoring: report for the 2010 field season. Natural Resources Technical Report NPG/NCCN/NRTR-2011/473. PDF
Kaschube, D.R., R.B. Siegel, and S. Stock. 2011. The 2010 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Yosemite National Park. Report to Yosemite National Park. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Kaschube, D.R., R.B. Siegel, and S. Stock. 2011. The 2011 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Yosemite National Park. Report to Yosemite National Park. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Loffland, H.L, R.B. Siegel, and R L. Wilkerson. 2011. Pre-restoration bird surveys at meadows on Sierra National Forest and Sequoia National Park. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Loffland, H.L, R.B. Siegel, and R L. Wilkerson. 2011. Pre-restoration bird surveys at meadows on the east slope of the Tahoe National Forest and Plumas National Forest. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Loffland, H.L, R.B. Siegel, and R L. Wilkerson. 2011. Pre-restoration bird surveys at meadows on the Eldorado and Humboldt-Toiyabe national forests and nearby lands managed by the State of California. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Loffland, H.L, R.B. Siegel, and R L. Wilkerson. 2011. Pre-restoration bird surveys at meadows on the west slope of the Tahoe National Forest. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Loffland, H.L, R.B. Siegel, and R L. Wilkerson. 2011. Pre-restoration bird surveys on meadows of Modoc National Forest, Ash Creek State Wildlife Area, and nearby private lands. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Loffland, H.L, R.B. Siegel, and R L. Wilkerson. 2011. Pre-restoration bird surveys on meadows of Stanislaus National Forest and Yosemite National Park. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Loffland, H.L., R.B. Siegel, and R L. Wilkerson. 2011. Avian monitoring protocol for Sierra Nevada meadows: a tool for assessing the effects of meadow restoration on birds. Version 1.0. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Nott, M.P. 2011. Analyzing Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) landbird monitoring data using VIZBAND (V. 1.0): a guide to interpreting MAPS data visualizations and tabulations. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Nott, M.P. 2011. Mapping landbird diversity and populations performance metrics across the Midwest landscape: an analysis of long-term Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) data. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Nott, M.P. 2011. Modeling Midwest landbird population responses to multiple-scale land cover attributes using constant effort mist-netting data. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Siegel, R.B., M.W. Tingley, and R.L. Wilkerson. 2011. Black-backed Woodpecker MIS surveys on Sierra Nevada national forests: 2010 annual report. Report to U.S.D.A. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Andino, L., and O. Komar. 2010. Sexto Informe Anual, Proyecto de Monitoreo Permanente de Aves Terrestres, El Salvador. SalvaNATURA, El Salvador.

DeSante, D.F., and J.F. Saracco. 2010. MoSI (Monitoreo de Sobrevivencia Invernal) Manual: instructions for establishing and operating bird banding stations as part of the MoSI Program. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. Available here here

Gahbauer, M.A. 2010. McGill Bird Observatory five-year report 2005-2009. McGill Bird Observatory, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. PDF
Holmgren, A., R.L. Wilkerson, R.B. Siegel, and R.C. Kuntz II. 2010. North Coast Cascades Landbird Monitoring; Report for the 2009 Field Season. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Nott, M.P., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2010. The 2009 report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Pyle, P., J.F. Saracco, P. Radley, and D.R. Kaschube. 2010. The Tropical Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (TMAPS) Program on Saipan, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands: 2010 Report. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B, R.C. Kuntz II, R.L. Wilkerson, and K.D. Kuhlman. 2010. Surveying for Spotted Owls in the northeastern portion of North Cascades National Park Service Complex, 2009-2010: report for the 2009 field season. Natural Resource Technical Report NPS/NCCN/NRTR/2010/334. National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO. PDF
Siegel, R.B., J.F. Saracco, and R.L. Wilkerson. 2010. Management indicator species (MIS) surveys on Sierra Nevada national forests: Black-backed Woodpecker. 2009 annual report. Report to U.S.D.A. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B., P. Pyle, D.R. Kaschube, and S. Stock. 2010. The 2009 annual report of the MAPS Program in Yosemite National Park. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B., R.L. Wilkerson, and M. Goldin Rose. 2010. Bird monitoring protocol for national parks in the Sierra Nevada Network. Natural Resource Report NPS/SIEN/NRR--2010/231. National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO. PDF
Wilkerson, R.L., R.B. Siegel, and R.C. Kuntz II. 2010. North Coast Cascades Network landbird monitoring report for the 2009 field season. Natural Resource Report NPS/NCCN/NRTR—2010/392. PDF

DeSante, D.F., and J.S. Saracco. 2009. Instrucciones para el establecimiento y manejo de estaciones de una estacion de anillamiento de aves del Programa MoSI. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. Available here

Gahbauer, M.A., and A.R. Hudson. 2009. McGill Bird Observatory fall migration monitoring program, 2009 report. McGill Bird Observatory, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. PDF
Hudson, A.R., and M.A. Gahbauer. 2009. McGill Bird Observatory spring migration monitoring program, 2009 report. McGill Bird Observatory, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. PDF
Liebezeit, J.R. and T.L. George. 2002. A Summary of predation by corvids on threatened and endangered species in California and management recommendations to reduce corvid predation. California Department of Fish and Game, Species Conservation and Recovery Program report 2002-02. Sacramento, CA. PDF
Nott, M.P., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2009. The 2008 report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on Fort Bragg. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Nott, M.P., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2009. The 2009 Report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on Fort Leonard Wood. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Nott, M.P., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2009. The 2009 Report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on Texas Army National Guard Installations Camp Swift and Camp Bowie. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Nott, M.P., Pyle, P., and D.R., Kaschube. 2009. The 2008 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program at Naval Information Operations Command, Sugar Grove, West Virginia, and U.S.D.A. Forest Service George Washington National Forest, West Virginia. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Nott, M.P., Pyle, P., and D.R., Kaschube. 2009. The Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program at Naval Air Station Brunswick and Redington Training Facility, Maine. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Pyle, P., J.F. Saracco, P. Radley, D.R. Kaschube, A.L. Crary, and J. Junda. 2009. The Tropical Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship Program on Saipan, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands; 2009 report. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B., and R.C. Kuntz II. 2009. Designing a landbird monitoring program at North Cascades National Park Service Complex. Natural Resource Report NPS/NCCN/NRR—2009/075. PDF
Siegel, R.B., J.F. Saracco, and D.R. Kaschube. 2009. The Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Kings Canyon National Park: 1991-2008. Report to Kings Canyon National Park. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B., P. Pyle, D.R. Kaschube, and S. Stock. 2009. The 2008 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Yosemite National Park. Report to Yosemite National Park. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B., R.L. Wilkerson, and R.C. Kuntz II. 2009. Landbird inventory for Lewis and Clark National Historical Park (2006). Natural Resource Technical Report NPS/NCCN/NRTR—2009/166. National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO. PDF
Siegel, R.B., R.L. Wilkerson, and R.C. Kuntz. 2009. Landbird inventory for Lewis and Clark National Historical Park (2004). Natural Resource Technical Report NPS/NCCN/NRTR2009/165. National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO. PDF
Siegel, R.B., R.L. Wilkerson, and S. Hall. 2009. Landbird inventory for Olympic National Park (2002-2003). Natural Resource Technical Report NPS/NCCN/NRTR¬2009/159. National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO.
Siegel, R.B., R.L. Wilkerson, H.K. Pedersen, and R.C. Kuntz II. 2009. Landbird inventory of San Juan Island National Historical Park (2002). Natural Resource Technical Report NPS/NCCN/NRTR2009/156. National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO. PDF
Siegel, R.B., R.L. Wilkerson, R.C. Kuntz II, and J. McLaughlin. 2009. Landbird inventory for North Cascades National Park Service Complex (2001-2002). Natural Resource Technical Report NPS/NCCN/NRTR¬2009/152. National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO. PDF
Siegel, R.B., Wilkerson, R.L., and R.C. Kuntz II. 2009. Landbird Monitoring in the North Coast and Cascades Network Report for the 2006 Pilot Field Season. Natural Resource Technical Report NPS/NCCN/NRTR—2009/168. PDF
Wilkerson, R.L., and R.B. Siegel. 2009. Assessing the distribution, abundance, and population trend of the Western Burrowing Owl (Athene cunicularia hypugaea) throughout California. Report to California Department of Fish and Game. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Wilkerson, R.L., R.B. Siegel, and R.C. Kuntz II. 2009. Landbird monitoring in the North Coast and Cascades Monitoring Network: report for the 2008 field season. Report to the North Coast and Cascades Network of the National Park Service. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., J.F. Saracco, P. Pyle, D.R. Kaschube, and M. Chambers. 2008. Integrating the MAPS Program into coordinated bird monitoring in the Northeast (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Region 5). Northeast Coordinated Bird Monitoring Partnership and the American Bird Conservancy. PDF
DeSante, D.F., K.M. Burton, P. Velez, D. Froehlich, and D.R. Kaschube. 2008. MAPS Manual: 2008 Protocol. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Frei, B., and A.R. Hudson. 2008. McGill Bird Observatory fall migration monitoring program, 2008 report. McGill Bird Observatory, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. PDF
Haseltine, S.D., P.R. Schmidt, B.D. Bales, D.N. Bonter, D.F. DeSante, P.F. Doherty, C.M. Francis, P.T. Green, L.A. Howes, D.L. James, J.J. Lamont, R.A. Lancia, E.I. Paul, C.J. Ralph, J.G. Rogers, and R.E. Young. 2008. Report of the Federal Advisory Committee on the Bird Banding Laboratory. U.S.G.S. Circular 1320.
Hudson, A.R. 2008. McGill Bird Observatory spring migration monitoring program, 2008 report. McGill Bird Observatory, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. PDF
Nott, M.P. 2008. Butterflies and birds of Navy Information Operations Command, Sugar Grove, West Virginia and George Washington National Forest. Web-based report to Naval Facilities Command, Atlantic Division.
Nott, M.P., and M.K. Chambers. 2008. Monitoring, modeling, and managing landbird populations on Department of Defense lands. Web-based management decision-support tools for Department of Defense Installation land managers. Report to the Department of Defense Legacy Resource Management Office. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Nott, M.P., K. Gordon, D.R. Kaschube, and T. Morris. 2008. Landbird demographic monitoring in Virginia: an analysis of historical MAPS data in Virginia and surrounding region. A report to the State of Virginia, Dept. of Game and Inland Fisheries, Richmond, VA. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Nott, M.P., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2008. The 2007 report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on Fort Bragg. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Nott, M.P., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2008. The 2007 report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on Fort Leonard Wood. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Nott, M.P., Pyle, P., and D.R. Kaschube. 2008. The 2008 report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on Fort Leonard Wood. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Nott, M.P., Pyle, P., and D.R., Kaschube. 2008. The 2007 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program at Naval Air Station Brunswick and Redington Training Facility. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Nott, M.P., Pyle, P., and D.R., Kaschube. 2008. The 2007 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program at Naval Information Operations Command, Sugar Grove, West Virginia, and U.S.D.A. Forest Service George Washington National Forest, West Virginia. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Nott, P., P. Pyle, and D. Kaschube. 2008. The 2007 report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on Texas Army National Guard installations Camp Bowie and Camp Swift. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Nott, P., P. Pyle, and D. Kaschube. 2008. The 2008 report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on Texas Army National Guard installations Camp Bowie and Camp Swift. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Pyle, P., P. Radley, J. Bradley, and C. Carter. 2008. Manual for ageing and sexing Saipanese birds, with notes on breeding seasonality. Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Division of Fishand Wildlife Research Program, Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Saracco, J.F., and D.F. DeSante. 2008. Identifying proximate causes of population trends in migratory birds. Technical report submitted to the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation,Washington, D.C. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Saracco, J.F., D.F. DeSante, and D.R. Kaschube. 2008. Modeling over-wintering survival of declining landbirds: final report on four years of the Monitoring Avian Winter Survival (MAWS) Program on southeastern U.S. Department of Defense installations. Submitted to the Department of Defense Legacy Resource Management Program. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Saracco, J.F., D.F. DeSante, P. Pyle, S. Morales, J.L. Alcántara, and C. Romo. 2008 Assessing winter habitat quality for migratory landbirds: a report on five winters (2002-03 through 2006-07) of the Monitoreo de Sobrevivencia Invernal (MoSI) Program. Technical report submitted to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Saracco, J.F., D.F. DeSante, P. Pyle, S. Morales, J.L. Alcántara, and C. Romo. 2008 Determinación de la calidad del hábitat de invierno para aves migratorias terrestres. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Saracco, J.F., P. Radley, D.R. Kaschube, J. Bradley, C. Carter, and P. Pyle. 2008. The Tropical Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (TMAPS) Program on Saipan, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands: 2008 report. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B., K.E. Jablonski, M.N. Scholer, R.C. Kuntz II, and R.L. Wilkerson. 2008. Surveying Spotted Owls on the east slope of North Cascades National Park Service Complex: report for the 2007 and 2008 field seasons. Report to North Cascades National Park Service Complex. Natural Resource Technical Report NPS/NCCN/NRTR—2008/114. National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO. PDF
Siegel, R.B., R.L. Wilkerson, and D.L. Mauer. 2008. Black-backed Woodpecker (Picoides arcticus) surveys on Sierra Nevada national forests: 2008 pilot study. Report to Region 5 of the U.S.D.A. Forest Service. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B., Wilkerson, R.L., and R.C. Kuntz II. 2008. Landbird Monitoring in the North Coast and Cascades Network Report for the 2007 Field Season. Natural Resource Technical Report NPS/NCCN/NRTR—2008/114. PDF
Hudson, A.R., and B. Frei. 2007. McGill Bird Observatory spring migration monitoring program, 2007 report. McGill Bird Observatory, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. PDF
Hudson, A.R., and M.A. Gahbauer, 2007. McGill Bird Observatory fall migration monitoring program, 2007 report. McGill Bird Observatory, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. PDF
Nott, M.P. 2007. Demographics monitoring modeling and management of landbird populations in Pacific Northwest forests: an application of the MAPS dataset. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Nott, M.P., and D. Kaschube. 2007. Managing landbird populations in forests of the Pacific Northwest region. Web-based management decision-support tools for Pacific Northwest forest managers. A report to the Pacific Joint Venture. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Nott, M.P., and T. Morris. 2007. Performance measure analysis: examples of comparing and contrasting installation-specific demographics with regional demographics and landscape characteristics. Technical report to the U.S. Department of Defense Legacy Resources Management Program. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Nott, M.P., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2007. The 2006 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Region 6 of the U.S.D.A. Forest Service. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Nott, M.P., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2007. The 2006 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on two texas National Guard and U.S. Army Installations: Camp Bowie and Camp Swift. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Nott, M.P., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2007. The 2006 report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on Fort Bragg. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Nott, M.P., Pyle, P., and D.R., Kaschube. 2007. The 2006 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program at Naval Air Station Brunswick and Redington Training Facility. PDF
Nott, M.P., Pyle, P., and D.R., Kaschube. 2007. The 2006 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program at the Naval Security Group Activity (NSGA), Sugar Grove. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Pyle, P., Siegel, R., D.F. DeSante, and D.R. Kaschube. 2007. The Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park: a summary of the 2006 field season, an assessment of recent trends, and a comparison with results from the MAPS Program in Yosemite National Park. Report to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Saracco, J.F., D.R. Kaschube, and D.F. DeSante. 2007. 2006 Report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Dillingham, Nome, and Umiat, Alaska. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B., P. Pyle, D.F. DeSante, and D.R. Kaschube. 2007. The 2006 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Survivorship and Productivity (MAPS) Program in Yosemite National Park. Report to Yosemite National Park. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B., R.L. Wilkerson, and D.F. DeSante. 2007. Determining the status and distribution of Willow Flycatcher in Yosemite National Park. Report to Yosemite National Park. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Siegel, R.B., R.L. Wilkerson, K.J. Jenkins, R.C. Kuntz II, J.R. Boetsch, J.P. Schaberl, and P.J. Happe. 2007. Landbird monitoring protocol for national parks in the North Coast and Cascades Network. U.S. Geological Survey Techniques and Methods 2-A6. PDF
U.S. North American Bird Conservation Initiative Monitoring Subcommittee. 2007. Opportunities for Improving Avian Monitoring. U.S. North American Bird Conservation Initiative Report. Division of Migratory Bird Management, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arlington, VA.
Wilkerson, R.L., and R.B. Siegel. 2007. Interpreting the Northwest Forest Plan’s Northern Spotted Owl habitat suitability model for use in North Cascades National Park. Report to North Cascades National Park Service Complex. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Albert, S., and E. Wemytewa. 2006. The Zuni cultural practice of eagle care. In: Proceedings of the 65th Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology, Santa Fe, NM.
DeSante, D.F., and M.P. Nott. 2006. Integrating guidelines to reverse avian declines into actions to enhance military readiness and range sustainment: report on 2006 Monitoring avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) data collected on five Department of Defense installations in southeastern United States. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Froehlich, D., N. Michel, D.F. DeSante, and P. Velez. 2006. MAPSPROG Version 4.1 User's Guide and Manual. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Gahbauer, M., and A.R. Hudson. 2006. McGill Bird Observatory spring migration monitoring program, 2006 report. McGill Bird Observatory, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. PDF
Hudson, A.R., and M.A. Gahbauer. 2006. McGill Bird Observatory fall migration monitoring program, 2006 report. McGill Bird Observatory, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. PDF
Nott, M.P. 2006. Management strategies for reversing declines in landbirds of conservation concern on military installations: enhanced species-landscape models of avian demographics. Technical report to the U.S. Department of Defense Legacy Resources Management Program. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Nott, M.P., and K. Gordon. 2006. Management strategies for reversing declines in landbirds of conservation concern on military installations: analysis of MAPS data from military installations outside of the legacy-funded network. Technical report to the U.S. Department of Defense Legacy Resources Management Program. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Nott, M.P., and N. Michel. 2006. Management strategies for reversing declines in landbirds of conservation concern on military installations: updating predictive models of land management. Technical report to the U.S. Department of Defense Legacy Resources Management Program. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Nott, M.P., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2006. The 2006 report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on Fort Leonard Wood. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Nott, P., P. Pyle, and D. Kaschube. 2006. The 2006 report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on Texas Army National Guard installations Camp Bowie and Camp Swift. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
P. Pyle, D.R. Kaschube, M.P. Nott, and D.F. DeSante. 2006. The 2005 Report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on Fort Leonard Wood. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Pyle, P., D. Kaschube, P. Nott, and D.F. DeSante. 2006. The 2005 report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on Texas Army National Guard installations Camp Bowie and Camp Swift. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Pyle, P., D.R. Kaschube, M.P. Nott, and D.F. DeSante. 2006. The 2005 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program at the Naval Security Group Activity (NSGA), Sugar Grove. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Pyle, P., D.R. Kaschube, M.P. Nott, and D.F. DeSante. 2006. The 2005 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Region 6 of the U.S.D.A. Forest Service. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Pyle, P., D.R. Kaschube, R.B. Siegel, and D.F. DeSante. 2006. The 2005 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Yosemite National Park. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Pyle, P., D.R. Kaschube, R.B. Siegel, and D.F. DeSante. 2006. The 2005 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on two texas National Guard and U.S. Army Installations: Camp Bowie and Camp Swift. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Pyle, P., D.R. Kaschube, R.B. Siegel, and D.F. DeSante. 2006. The 2005 report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on Fort Bragg. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Pyle, P., D.R., Kaschube, and M.P. Nott. 2006. The 2005 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program at Naval Air Station Brunswick and Redington Training Facility. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Pyle, P., Nott, M.P., D.R. Kaschube. 2006. The 2006 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in U.S.D.A. Forest Service Region Six. Report submitted to the U.S.D.A. Forest Service Pacific Northwest Region Six. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Saracco, J.F. and D.F. DeSante. 2006. 2006 annual performance report for NMBCA project: habitat-management strategies that enhance overwintering survival of migratory landbirds. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Saracco, J.F., and D.F. DeSante. 2006. Sampling landbirds for avian influenza in Alaska: a synopsis of the 2006 Dillingham, Umiat, and Nome Projects. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Saracco, J.F., D.F. DeSante, and D.R. Kaschube. 2006. Modeling overwintering survival of declining landbirds: a technical analysis of the Monitoring Avian Winter Survival (MAWS) Program on four DoD installations in the Southeastern United States. Submitted to the Legacy Resources Management Program for the DoD Legacy Project. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Saracco, J.F., D.F. DeSante, D.R. Kaschube, J.E. Hines, M.P. Nott, and R.B. Siegel. 2006. An analysis of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program and a vision for its integration into North American coordinated bird monitoring. Submitted to the U.S. Geological Survey. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Saracco, J.F., D.F. DeSante, D.R. Kaschube. 2006. Identifying causes of population change in landbirds: phase I progress report to National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, Washington D.C. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B. 2006. Surveying for Great Gray Owl on the Carson and Bridgeport Ranger Districts of the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest during the 2006 breeding season. Report to U.S.D.A. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Woodcock, J.M. 2006. Ecology of winter resident Prothonotary Warblers in Costa Rica 2005/2006 Report. Report by John Woodcock for the Canadian Wildlife Service. PDF
DeSante, D.F., J.F. Saracco, and D.R. Kaschube. 2005. Modeling overwintering survival of declining landbirds: the 2004-05 Annual Report of the Monitoring Avian Winter Survival (MAWS) Program on four DoD Installations in the southeastern United States, 2004-05 annual technical report to the Legacy Resources Management Program. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2005. The 2004 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program at Naval Air Station Brunswick and Redington Training Facility. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2005. The 2004 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Region 6 of the U.S.D.A. Forest Service. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2005. The 2004 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Yosemite National Park. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2005. The 2004 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on the Flathead Reservation of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2005. The 2004 report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on Fort Bragg. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2005. The 2004 Report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on Fort Leonard Wood. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2005. The Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Sequoia and Kings Canyon and Yosemite National Parks and Devils Postpile National Monument: a comparison between time periods and locations. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2005.The 2004 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program at the Naval Security Group Activity (NSGA), Sugar Grove. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Gahbauer, M. 2005. McGill Bird Observatory fall migration monitoring program, 2005 report. McGill Bird Observatory, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. PDF
Gahbauer, M. 2005. McGill Bird Observatory spring migration monitoring program, 2005 report. McGill Bird Observatory, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. PDF
Nott, M.P., and N. Michel. 2005. Management strategies for reversing declines in landbirds of conservation concern on military installations: predictive modelling of landbird populations on military installations. A report to the Legacy Resources Management Office, Washington. D.C. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Nott, M.P., D.F. DeSante, P. Pyle, and N. Michel. 2005. Managing landbird populations in forests of the Pacific Northwest Region. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Nott, M.P., D.F. DeSante, P. Pyle, and N. Michel. 2005. Pacific Northwest forest bird population declines: formulating population management guidelines from landscape-scale ecological analysis of MAPS data from avian communities on seven national forests in the Pacific Northwest. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Pyle, P., D.F. DeSante, M.P. Nott, and D.R. Kaschube. 2005. The MAPS Program in the Pacific Northwest: current status and future direction. Report submitted to the Bureau of Land Management, Oregon State Office for Order HAP044166. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Pyle, P., D.R. Kaschube, J.F. Saracco, and D.F. DeSante. 2005. The 2005 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on the Flathead Reservation of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B. 2005. Twelve years (1993-2004) of landbird survey data at Channel Islands National Park: an analysis based on distance sampling. Report to Channel Islands National Park. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Siegel, R.B., and D. Kaschube. 2005. Status of Grasshopper Sparrow and other grassland-associated bird species at Naval Air Station Brunswick, Maine. Report to Naval Air Station Brunswick, Maine. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B., and D.R. Kaschube. 2005. The Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks: a report to accompany the 2005 data verification. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B., and R L. Wilkerson. 2005. Short- and long-term effects of stand replacing fire on a Sierra Nevada bird community. Report to U.S.D.A. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Siegel, R.B., and R.L. Wilkerson. 2005. Sample designs for avian monitoring alternatives in Sierra Nevada Network national parks. Report to the Sierra Nevada Network of the National Park Service. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
The Institute for Bird Populations. 2005. The 2004 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program at Camp Swift. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Wilkerson, R.L., R.B. Siegel, and J. Schaberl. 2005. Landbird inventory for Mount Rainier National Park (2003-2004). Natural Resource Technical Report NPS/NCCN/NRTR¬2009/164. National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO. PDF
D.F. DeSante, P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2004. The 2003 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on the Flathead Reservation of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., and D.R. Kaschube. 2004. Modeling overwintering survival of declining landbirds: the 2003-04 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Winter Survival (MAWS) Program on Department of Defense installations in southeastern United States. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
DeSante, D.F., M.P. Nott, and D.R. Kaschube. 2004. MAPS Stations on National Wildlife Refuges in the USFWS Pacific Region: current status and future direction. A report to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. PDF
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2004. The 2003 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program at Naval Air Station Brunswick and Redington Training Facility. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2004. The 2003 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Cape Cod National Seashore. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2004. The 2003 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Region 1 of the U.S.D.A. Forest Service. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2004. The 2003 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Shenandoah National Park. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2004. The 2003 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Yosemite National Park. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2004. The 2003 report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on Texas Army National Guard Installations Camp Bowie and Camp Swift.The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. O'Grady. 2004. The 2003 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program at the Naval Security Group Activity (NSGA), Sugar Grove. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. O'Grady. 2004. The 2003 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Region 6 of the U.S.D.A. Forest Service The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. O'Grady. 2004. The 2003 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on Fort Bragg. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. O'Grady. 2004. The 2003 report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on Fort Leonard Wood. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Gahbauer, M. 2004. McGill Bird Observatory fall migration monitoring program, 2004 report. McGill Bird Observatory, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. PDF
Saracco, J F., D.F. DeSante, C. Romo de Vivar Alvarez, S. Morales, B. Milá, D.R. Kaschube and N. Michel. 2004. Modeling overwintering survival of declining landbirds: final report on four years of the Monitoring Avian Winter Survival (MAWS) Program on southeastern U.S. DoD installations. Technical report submitted to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B., and R.L. Wilkerson. 2004. Landbird Inventory for Devils Postpile National Monument, Final Report. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B., and R.L. Wilkerson. 2004. Landbird Inventory for Olympic National Park, Final Report. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B., and R.L. Wilkerson. 2004. Landbird Inventory for Sequioia and Kings Canyon National Parks Final Report. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B., and R.L. Wilkerson. 2004. Landbird inventory for Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park (2003-2004). Report to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B., R.L. Wilkerson, D.F. DeSante, D.R. Kaschube, and T.S. Sillett. 2004. Survival rates of landbirds on U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Report to the Legacy Program of the Department of Defense. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Bombay, H.L., T.M. Benson, B.E. Valentine, and R.A. Stefani. 2003. A willow flycatcher survey protocol for California. U.S.D.A. Forest Service. PDF
D.F. DeSante, P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2003. The 2002 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Cape Cod National Seashore. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2003 The 2002 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on the Flathead Reservation of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2003. The 2002 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program at the Naval Security Group Activity (NSGA), Sugar Grove. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2003. The 2003 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship Program at The Nature Reserve of Orange County. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. O'Grady. 2003. The 2000-3 report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program on Fort Bragg. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. O'Grady. 2003. The 2002 (ten-year) annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Yosemite National Park. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. O'Grady. 2003. The 2002 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Denali National Park. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. O'Grady. 2003. The 2002 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Region 1/FIR of the U.S.D.A. Forest Service. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. O'Grady. 2003. The 2002 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Region 6 of the U.S.D.A. Forest Service. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, N. Michel, and D. O’Grady. 2003. The 2002 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program at the Nature Reserve of Orange County. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Nott, M.P., D.F. DeSante, and N. Michel. 2003. Management strategies for reversing declines in landbirds of conservation concerns on military installations: a landscape-scale analysis of MAPS data. Report to the U.S. Department of Defense Legacy Resource Management Program. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B. 2003. Classifying and photographing habitat at breeding bird survey point count locations throughout the Sierra Nevada. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Siegel, R.B., and R.L. Wilkerson. 2003. Classifying and photographing habitat at Breeding Bird Survey point count locations throughout the Sierra Nevada. Report to U.S.D.A. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Siegel, R.B., R. Wilkerson, D.R. Kaschube, and D.F. DeSante. 2003. Survival rates and productivity of landbirds on U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Siegel, R.B., R.L. Wilkerson, and D.F. DeSante. 2003. A rapid, inexpensive field protocol for assessing the importance of montane meadows to breeding and post-breeding birds, and a test of the late season protocol. Riparian Habitat and Floodplains Conference Proceedings, Riparian Habitat Joint Venture, Sacramento, CA. In: California Riparian Systems: Processes and Floodplains Management, Ecology, and Restoration. PDF
Albert, S. 2002. Tribal perspectives on southwestern Willow Flycatcher management and the Endangered Species Act. Pages N1-N21 in: final recovery plan, southwestern Willow Flycatcher, Appendix N. PDF
D.F. DeSante, P. Pyle, and D.R. O'Grady. 2002. The 2001 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Cape Cod National Seashore. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., N. Michel, and D.R. O'Grady. 2002. The 2001 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship Program at The Nature Reserve of Orange County. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. Kaschube. 2002. The 2001 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program at the Naval Security Group Activity (NSGA), Sugar Grove. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. O'Grady. 2002. Ten-year (1992-2001) report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Denali National Park. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. O'Grady. 2002. The 2001 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program at Naval Air Station Brunswick and Redington Training Facility. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. O'Grady. 2002. The 2001 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Region 6 of the U.S.D.A. Forest Service. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Nott, M.P. 2002. Climate, weather and landscape effects on landbird survival and reproductive success in Texas. Technical report to the Texas Army National Guard Command: Adjutant General's Department and U.S. Department of Defense Legacy Resources Management Program. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Nott, M.P., and D.F. DeSante. 2002. A proposed methodology for adjusting productivity indices given missing effort in constant-effort mist-netting data. Technical report to the U.S. Department of Defense Legacy Resources Management Program. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B. 2002. Surveying Great Gray Owls at Sierra Nevada sites outside the greater Yosemite area: results from the 2002 field season. Report to Region 5 of the U.S.D.A. Forest Service. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Siegel, R.B., and D.F. DeSante. 2002. Avian inventory of Yosemite National Park (1998-2000). Report to Yosemite National Park. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Wilkerson, R.L., and R.B. Siegel. 2002. Establishing a Southern Sierra Meadows Important Bird Area. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., and M.P. Nott. 2001. An overview of the North American Monitoring Avian and Survivorship (MAPS) Program. EURING: The European Union for Bird Ringing. PDF
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. O'Grady. 2001. The 2000 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Denali National Park The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F., P. Pyle, and D.R. O'Grady. 2001. The 2000 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship Program at The Nature Reserve of Orange County. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B. 2001. Surveying Great Gray Owls on southern Sierra Nevada forests: results from the 2001 field season. Report to U.S.D.A. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Siegel, R.B., and D.F. DeSante. 2001. Evaluating biological effects of forest management practices by monitoring the nest success of landbirds. Report to Sierra Pacific Industries. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Siegel, R.B., T.S. Sillett and D.F. DeSante. 2001. Survival rates and productivity of landbirds on U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Wilkerson, R.L., and R.B. Siegel. 2001. Establishing a Sierra Meadows Important Bird Area: results from meadow surveys at Stanislaus, Sierra and Sequoia national forests, and Yosemite and Sequoia/Kings Canyon National Parks. Report to the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Albert, S., and E. Wemytewa. 2000. A tribal approach to eagle husbandry. In: Proceedings of the 10th International Applied Anthropology Conference, Nashville, TN.
Nott, M.P. 2000. Identifying management actions on Department of Defense installations to reverse declines in neotropical birds. Technical report to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B. 2000. Evaluating biological effects of forest management practices by monitoring the nest success of landbirds: second annual report. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Siegel, R.B. 2000. Methods for monitoring landbirds. U.S. Department of Interior National Park Service Technical Report NPS/NRNOCA/NRTR/00-03. PDF
Siegel, R.B., and D.F. DeSante. 2002. Survival rates and productivity of landbirds on U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Siegel, R.B., D. O'Grady and D.F. DeSante. 2000. Survival rates and productivity of landbirds on U.S. Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Albert, S. 1999. The Beaver and the flycatcher. Endangered Species Bulletin 24:16-17. U.S. Department of Interior, Washington, D.C.
Siegel, R.B., and D.F. DeSante. 1999. Draft avian conservation plan for the Sierra Nevada Bioregion: a report to California Partners in Flight. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
Siegel, R.B., and D.F. DeSante. 1999. Evaluating biological effects of forest management practices by monitoring the nest success of landbirds: first annual report. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Rosenberg, D.K., L.D. Tralis, and D.F. DeSante. 1998. The Burrowing Owl demography and space use research study in California: annual report. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Smith, H.A., J. McCracken, D. Sheperd, and P. Velez. 1997. The Bander's Safety Handbook: A North American Banders' Guide to Safe and Ethical Field Procedures, First Edition. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA. PDF
DeSante, D.F. 1996. General Evaluation of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Rosenberg, D.K. 1996. Evaluation of the statistical properties of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Rosenberg, D.K., and D.F. DeSante. 1996. Report on the feasibility of a demographic study of Burrowing Owls in California. 1996. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Albert, S., A. Chopito, and N. Luna. 1995. Wildlife use of thinned piñon-juniper plots. In: Desired future conditions for pinon-juniper ecosystems. U.S.D.A. Forest Service General Technical Report RM-258. PDF
DeSante, D.F. 1995. Estimating productivity and survivorship of neotropical landbirds by mist netting. In: J.A. Bissonette, and P.R. Krausman, editors. Integrating People and Wildlife for a Sustainable Future. The Wildlife Society.
DeSante, D.F. 1995. The status, distribution, abundance, population trends, demographics, and risks of the landbird avifauna of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
Martin, T.E., D.F. DeSante, C.R. Paine, R. Dettmers, J. Manolis, and K.M. Burton. 1995. Breeding productivity and adult survival in nongame birds. Pages 24-27 in: E.T. Laroe, G.S. Farris, C.E. Puckett, P.D. Doran, and M.J. Mac, editors. Our Living Resources: Report to the Nation on the Distribution, Abundance, and Health of U.S. Plants, Animals, and Ecosystems. U.S. Department of Interior, National Biological Service. PDF
DeSante, D.F., and K.M. Burton. 1993. The 1992 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) program in Denali national Park. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
DeSante, D.F., and K.M. Burton. 1993. The 1992 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program in Region 6 of the U.S.D.A. Forest Service. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
DeSante, D.F., and K.M. Burton. 1993. The 1992 annual report of the Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) program on Flathead National Forest. The Institute for Bird Populations, Point Reyes Station, CA.
DeSante, D.F., O.E. Williams, and K.M. Burton. 1993. The Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) Program: overview and progress. Pages 208-222 in: D.M. Finch and P.W. Stangel, editors. Status and Management of Neotropical Migratory Birds. U.S.D.A. Forest Service General Technical Report RM-229. PDF
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