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Goshawk Bioregional Monitoring Design

photo of goshawkThe northern goshawk bioregional monitoring design is described in two publications:

Hargis, C. D. and B. Woodbridge. 2006. A design for monitoring northern goshawks at the bioregional scale. Studies in Avian Biology 31:274-287.

Woodbridge, B. and C. D. Hargis. 2006. Northern Goshawk Inventory and Monitoring Technical Guide. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report WO-71. Washington, D.C.

For the busy manager, we have a two-page overview of the design. This design was successfully tested on the San Juan and Rio Grande National Forests in Colorado in 2003, and by Wisconsin state in 2004. The design was fully implemented in Montana and northern Idaho in 2005. For further information on the design and how to implement it, contact Sandy (Douglas) Boyce.


Photo credit: Brian Woodbridge




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Wildlife Ecology Unit
Author: Christina D. Vojta
Email: cvojta@fs.fed.us
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