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Research TopicsWildlife & Fish: Bird Monitoring

Publications and reports by C. John Ralph and members of the Bird Monitoring Laboratory.

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1. Ralph, C.J. and C.L. Ralph. 1958. Notes on the nesting of egrets near San Rafael, California. Condor 60:70-71.

2. Ralph, C.J. 1959. Winter bird population study: Live Oak-California Laurel hillside woodland. Audubon Field Notes 13:340.

3. Ralph, C.J. 1966. Avifaunal surveys of Limantour Estero and Abbott's Lagoon Point Reyes Bird Observatory (PRBO) Annual Report 1965:6-10.

4. Lenna, P. and C.J. Ralph. 1967. Abbott's Lagoon and Limantour Estero--Population dynamics of a non-breeding system. PRBO Newsletter 7:3-11.

5. Ralph, C.J. 1967. The Warbling Vireo at Point Reyes. PRBO Newsletter 8:12-16.

6. Ralph, C.J. 1967. Taking data at a banding station. Western Bird-banding Association Workshop Manual, Volume 1.

7. Ralph, C.J. and P. Lenna. 1967. Checklist of the birds of the Point Reyes Peninsula. National Park Service, San Francisco.

8. Robert, H.C., C.J. Ralph and R. Stallcup. 1967. Migration on the Farallon Islands, September 20-26, 1967. PRBO Newsletter 8:1-7.

9. Ralph, C.J. 1968. Migrants on the Farallon Islands, 1853-1967 (with special emphasis on warblers). PRBO Newsletter 9:2-7.

10. Ralph, C.J. 1968. The biology of the Western Flycatcher at Point Reyes. PRBO Newsletter 10:6-8.

11. Ralph, C.J. 1969. An analysis of offshore migration. PRBO Newsletter 12:12-15.

12. Ralph, C.J. 1969. Homing ability of three taxa of Zonotrichia. M.S. Thesis, California State University, San Jose.

13. Ralph, C.J. and F. Sibley 1970. A new method of capturing nocturnal alcids. Bird-banding 41:124-127.

14. Ralph, C.J. 1971. An age differential in migrants in coastal California. Condor 73:243-246.

15. Ralph, C.J. and C.A. Pearson. 1971. Correlation of age, size of territory, plumage and success in breeding White-crowned Sparrows. Condor 73:77-80.

16. Ralph, C.J. 1974. Age ratios, orientation and routes of land bird migrants in the northeastern United States. Sc.D. Thesis, the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore.

17. Ralph, C.J. and L.R. Mewaldt. 1975. Timing of site fixation upon the wintering grounds in sparrows. Auk 92:698-705.

18. Robert, H.C. and C.J. Ralph. 1975. The effects of human disturbance on the breeding success of gulls. Condor 77:495-499.

19. Ralph, C.J. 1976. Standardization of mist net captures for quantification of avian migration. Bird-banding 47:44-47.

20. Ralph, C.J. 1976. Breeding bird census: Second growth hardwood forest. American Birds 30:1230-1231.

21. Ralph, C.J. 1976. Breeding bird census: Recently-abandoned pasture. American Birds 30:1240.

22. Ralph, C.J. and L.R. Mewaldt. 1976. Homing success in wintering sparrows. Auk 93:1-14.

23. Pyle, R.L. and C.J. Ralph. 1977. The fall season: Hawaiian Islands Region. American Birds 31:1192-1193.

24. Ralph, C.J. and R.L. Pyle. 1977. The spring season: Hawaiian Islands Region. American Birds 31:688-690.

25. Ralph, C.J. and R.L. Pyle. 1977. The spring season: Hawaiian Islands Region. American Birds 31:815-821.

26. Ralph, C.J. and R.L. Pyle. 1977. The summer season: Hawaiian Islands Region. American Birds 31:1049-1050.

27. Ralph, C.J. and C.P. Ralph. 1977. Some observations on the winter distribution of the New Zealand Kingfisher. Notornis 24:82-93.

28. Zeillemaker, C.F. and C.J. Ralph 1977. First breeding record of Laysan Albatross on Kauai. 'Elepaio 38:51-53.

29. Pyle, R.L. and C.J. Ralph. 1978. The spring season: Hawaiian Islands Region. American Birds 32(5) :1057-1058.

30. Ralph, C.J. 1978. Disorientation and possible fate of young passerine coastal migrants. Bird-Banding 49:237-247.

31. Ralph, C.J. 1978. Hawaiian plant on endangered species list. 'Elepaio 38:142-143.

32. Ralph, C.J. 1978. The winter season: Hawaiian Islands Region. American Birds 32:265-267.

33. Ralph, C.J.and R.L. Pyle. 1978. The spring season: Hawaiian Islands Region. American Birds 32:402-403.

34. Ralph, C.J. and R.L. Pyle. 1978. The summer season: Hawaiian Islands Region. American Birds 32(6):1211.

35. Sakai, H.F. and C.J. Ralph. 1978. A recent sighting of the 'Akiapola'au in South Kona, Hawaii. 'Elepaio 39(5):49-50.

36. Balazs, G.H. and C.J. Ralph. 1979. A Steller's Sea Eagle at Kure and Midway: First Hawaii Record. 'Elepaio 39(10):117-118.

37. Pyle, R.L. and C.J. Ralph. 1979. The autumn migration: Hawaiian Islands Region. American Birds 33(2):218-220.

38. Pyle, R.L. and C.J. Ralph. 1979. The summer season: Hawaiian Islands Region. American Birds 33(6):898-899.

39. Ralph, C.J. and R.L. Pyle. 1979. First record of the Buff-breasted Sandpiper in Hawaii. 'Elepaio 39(11):140.

40. Ralph, C.J. and R.L. Pyle. 1979. The winter season: Hawaiian Islands Region. American Birds 33(3):317-318.

41. Ralph, C.J. and R.L. Pyle. 1979. The spring migration: Hawaiian Islands Region. American Birds 33(5):807-808.

42. Ralph, C.J. and H.F. Sakai. 1979. Forest birds and fruit bat population and their conservation in Micronesia: Notes on a survey. 'Elepaio 40(2):20-26.

43. Atkinson, C.T. and C.J. Ralph. 1980. Acquisition of plumage polymorphism in White-throated Sparrows. The Auk. 97:245-252.

44. Pyle, R.L. and C.J. Ralph. 1980. The spring season: Hawaiian Islands Region. American Birds 34:817-818.

45. Pyle, R.L. and C.J. Ralph. 1980. The fall migration: Hawaiian Islands Region. American Birds 34(2):204-205.

46. Pyle, R.L. and C.J. Ralph. 1980. The winter season: Hawaiian Islands Region. American Birds 34(3):309-310.

47. Ralph, C.J. 1980. Habitat utilization and niche components in some Hawaiian endangered forest birds (abstract). Pacific Second Conference in Natural Sciences, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. C.W. Smith, Editor.

48. Ralph, C.J., A.P. Pearson, and D.C. Phillips. 1980. Observations of the life history of the endangered Hawaiian Vetch (Vicia menziesii) (Fabiaceae) and its use by birds. Pacific Sci. 34:83-92.

49. Ralph, C.J. and R.L. Pyle. 1980. The summer season: Hawaiian Islands Region. American Birds 34:931-932.

50. Sakai, H.F. and C.J. Ralph. 1980. An observation of 'Akiapola'au nest construction. 'Elepaio 41(1):4-5.

51. Sakai, H.F. and C.J. Ralph. 1980. Nest construction of the Hawaiian Creeper near Volcano, Hawaii. 'Elepaio 40(9):117-119.

52. Sakai, H.F. and C.J. Ralph. 1980. Observations on the Hawaiian Crow in South Kona, Hawaii. 'Elepaio 40(10):133-138.

53. Wolfe, C.M., C.J. Ralph, and P.K. Higashino. 1980. Forest bird population variation as related to habitat types (abstract). Pacific Second Conference in Natural Sciences, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. C.W. Smith, Ed.

54. Ralph, C.J. 1981. An investigation of the effect of seasonal activity levels on avian censusing. Pg. 265-270 In C.J. Ralph and J.M. Scott (Eds.), Estimating numbers of terrestrial birds. Stud. Avian Biol. No. 6.

55. Conant, S., M.S. Collins, and C.J. Ralph. 1981. Effects of observers using different methods upon the estimation of the total population of two resident island birds. Pp. 377-381 In C.J. Ralph and J.M. Scott (Eds.), Estimating numbers of terrestrial birds. Stud. Avian Biol. No. 6.

56. Ralph, C.J. 1981. Age ratios and their possible use in determining routes of passerine migrants. Wilson Bulletin 93:164-188.

57. Ralph, C.J. 1981. Terminology used in estimating numbers of birds. Pp. 577-578 In C.J. Ralph and J.M. Scott (Eds.), Estimating numbers of terrestrial birds. Stud. Avian Biol. No. 6.

58. Scott, J.M. and C.J. Ralph. 1981. Introduction to the Symposium on estimating numbers of terrestrial birds. Pp. 1-3 In C.J. Ralph and J.M. Scott (Eds.), Estimating numbers of terrestrial birds. Stud. Avian Biol. No. 6.

59. Ralph, C.J. and J.M. Scott (Eds.). 1981. Estimating numbers of terrestrial birds. Studies in Avian Biology No. 6. 630 pp. Reprinted in 2004, available from The Blackburn Press, Caldwell, NJ.

60. Pyle, R.L. and C.J. Ralph. 1981. The winter season: Hawaiian Islands Region. American Birds 35:230-231.

61. Russell, S.R. and C.J. Ralph. 1981. The first observation of the nest of the Oahu 'Amakihi. 'Elepaio 42:53-54.

62. Ralph, C.J. 1982. Birds of the forest. Natural History 91:40-45.

63. Ralph, C.J. and R.L. Pyle. 1982. The spring season: Hawaiian Islands Region. American Birds 36:333-334.

64. Larson, R.T. and C.J. Ralph. 1984. The arrival, departure, and residency of a small population of the Lesser Golden-Plover in Hawaii. 'Elepaio 45:12-13.

65. Ralph, C.J. 1984. Opportunistic nectarivory in some introduced Hawaiian birds. 'Elepaio 45:17-18.

66. Ralph, C.J. and B.D. Maxwell. 1984. Relative effects of human and feral hog disturbance on a wet forest in Hawaii. Biological Conservation 30:291-303.

67. Watt, D.J., C.J. Ralph, and C.T. Atkinson. 1984. The role of plumage polymorphism in dominance relationships of the White-throated Sparrow. Auk 101:110-120.

68. Ralph, C.J. 1985. Habitat association patterns of forest and steppe birds of northern Patagonia, Argentina. Condor 87:471-483.

69. Ralph, C.J. 1985. PRBO lands on the Farallones. PRBO Newsletter :4-5.

70. Ralph, C.P., S.E. Nagata, and C.J. Ralph. 1985. Analysis of droppings to describe diets of small birds. J. Field Ornithology 56:165-174.

71. Ralph, C.J. and C. van Riper III. 1985. Historical and current factors affecting Hawaiian native birds. Bird Conservation 2:7-42.

72. Franklin, J.F., F. Hall, W. Laudenslayer, C. Maser, J. Nunan, J. Poppino, C.J. Ralph, and T. Spies. 1986. Interim definitions of old-growth Douglas-fir and mixed-conifer forests in the Pacific Northwest and California. USDA Forest Service, Research Note PNW-447.

73. Ralph, C.J. and R. LeValley. 1986. The changing seasons. Amer. Birds 40:437-441.

74. Sakai, H.F., C.J. Ralph, and C.D. Jenkins. 1986. Foraging ecology of the Hawaiian Crow, an endangered generalist. Condor 88:211-219.

75. Verner, J., M.L. Morrison, and C.J. Ralph. 1986. Wildlife 2000: Modeling habitat relationships of terrestrial vertebrates. The University of Wisconsin Press, Madison. 470 pp.

76. Johnson, N.K., J.A. Marten, and C.J. Ralph. 1989. Genetic evidence for the origin and relationships of Hawaiian Honeycreepers (Aves: Fringillidae). Condor 91:379-396.

77. Miller, S.L., M.A. Gregg, A.R. Kuritsubo, S.M. Combs, M.K. Murdock, B.R. Noon, and R.G. Botzler. 1988. Morphometric variation in Tundra Swans: relationships among age and sex classes. (199k) Condor 90:802-815.

78. Paton, P.W.C., and C.J. Ralph 1988. Geographic distribution of the Marbled Murrelet in California at inland sites during the 1988 breeding season. Technical Report, The State of California, Department of Fish and Game, Nongame Bird and Mammal Section, Sacramento, California. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. 35 pp.

79. Ralph, C.J. and B.R. Noon. 1988. Foraging interactions of small Hawaiian forest birds. Acta XIX Congressus Internationalis Ornithologici, Univer. Ottawa Press. 2:1992-2006.

80. Ralph, C.J., P.W.C. Paton, and C.A. Taylor. 1988. Abundance of vertebrates in stands of various aged Douglas-fir forests of northern California and southern Oregon (Abstract). Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. Suppl., 69(2):269.

81. Scott, J.M, and C.J. Ralph. 1988. Quality control of symposia and their published proceedings. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 16:68-74.

82. Taylor, C.A., C.J. Ralph, and A.T. Doyle. 1988. Differences in the ability of vegetation models to predict small mammal abundance in different aged Douglas-fir forests. pp. 368-374 in Szaro, R.C., K.E. Severson, and D.R. Patton (Eds.). Management of amphibians, reptiles, and small mammals in North America: proceedings of the symposium (Flagstaff, Arizona, 19-21 July 1988). U.S. Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-166.

83. Morrison, M.L., C.J. Ralph, J. Verner, and J.R. Jehl, Jr. (Eds.). 1990. Avian Foraging: Theory, Methodology, and Applications. Studies in Avian Biology No. 13, 515 pp. Download available at SORA: Searchable Ornithological Research Archive.

84. Paton, P.W.C. and C.J. Ralph. 1990. Distribution of the Marbled Murrelet at inland sites in California. Northwestern Naturalist. 71:72-84.

85. Paton, P.W.C., C.J. Ralph, H.R. Carter, and S.K. Nelson 1990. Surveying Marbled Murrelets at inland forested sites: A guide. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-120. Berkeley, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; 9 p.

86. Ralph, C.J. 1990. The island forests of Hawaii: few species, many specialists. pp. 275-283 in Biogeography and ecology of forest bird communities. A.Keast (Ed.). SPB Academic Publishing Co., The Hague, The Netherlands.

87. Ralph, C.J., S.L. Miller, N.L. Naslund, B. O'Donnell, P.W.C. Paton, J. Seay, and S.W. Singer. 1990. Marbled Murrelet research during 1989 in northern and central California. State of California, Department of Fish and Game, Technical Report 1990-8, Nongame Bird and Mammal Section. Sacramento, California. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. 39 pp.

88. Ralph, C.J., P.W.C. Paton, A. Zakis, and G. Strachan. 1990. Breeding distribution of the Marbled Murrelet in Redwood National Park and vicinity during 1988. pp. 57-70 in Examples of resource inventory and monitoring in National Parks of California. Proceedings of the Third Biennial Conference on Research in California's National Parks, Sept. 13-15, 1988. C. van Riper III, T.J. Stohlgren, S.D. Veirs, Jr. and S.C. Hillver (eds.). Transactions and Proceedings Series No. 8, National Park Service, Washington, D.C. 268 pp.

89. Ralph, C.J. 1991. Population dynamics of land bird populations on Oahu, Hawaii: Fifty years of introductions and competition. Acta XX Congressus Internationalis Ornithologici, Christchurch, New Zealand 2-9 December 1990. 3:1444-1457.

90. Ralph, C.J., P.W.C. Paton, and C.A. Taylor. 1991. Habitat association patterns of breeding birds and small mammals in Douglas-fir stands in northwestern California and southwestern Oregon. pp. 379-393 in Wildlife Habitat Relationships in Old-growth Douglas-fir Forests. K.B. Aubry and M.H. Huff (Eds.), U.S. Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-285.

91. Singer, S.W., N.L. Naslund, S.A. Singer, and C.J. Ralph. 1991. Discovery and observations of two tree nests of the Marbled Murrelet. Condor 93:330-339.

92. Paton, P.W.C., C.J. Ralph, and R.A. Erickson. 1992. Use of an inland site in northwestern California by Marbled Murrelets. pp. 109-116 in Status and conservation of the Marbled Murrelet in North America. H.R. Carter and M.L. Morrison (eds.). Proceedings of West. Found. Vert. Zool. 5(1).

93. Paton, P.W.C., C.J. Ralph, and J. Seay. 1992. A mist net design for capturing Marbled Murrelets. North American Bird Bander 16:123-125.

94. Ralph, C.J., S. Miller, and B. O'Donnell. 1992. Capture and monitoring of foraging and breeding of the Marbled Murrelet in California during 1990. Technical Report 1992-7, Nongame Bird and Mammal Section, California Department of Fish and Game, Sacramento, California. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. 15 pp.

95. Ralph, C.J. and S.K. Nelson, compilers. 1992. Methods of surveying Marbled Murrelets at inland forested sites. Pacific Seabird Group, Bulletin #1. Oregon Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon.

96. Butcher, G.S., B. Peterjohn, and C.J. Ralph. 1993. Overview of national bird population monitoring programs and databases. pp. 192-203 in D.M. Finch and P. W. Stangel (Eds.), Status and Management of Neotropical Migratory Birds. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-229.

97. Gellman, S.T., D.L. Waters, and C.J. Ralph. 1993. Biological assessment of the Cushing Creek area bypass project, Del Norte County, California. Report submitted to the California Department of Transportation. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California.

98. Manley, P.N., W.M. Block, F.R. Thompson, G.S. Butcher, C. Paige, L.H. Suring, D.S. Winn, D. Roth, C.J. Ralph, E. Morris, C.H. Flather, and K. Byford. 1993. Guidelines for monitoring populations of neotropical migratory birds on National Forest System Lands. USDA Forest Service, Wildlife and Fisheries Staff, Washington, D.C. July. 35 pp.

99. Ralph, C.J. 1993. Designing and implementing a monitoring program and the standards for conducting point counts. pp. 204-207 in D.M. Finch and P.W. Stangel (Eds.). Status and Management of Neotropical Migratory Birds. USDA Forest Service, GTR-RM-229.

100. O’Donnell, B. P. 1993. Patterns of activity and vocalizations of the Marbled Murrelet,Brachyramphus marmoratus, within old-growth redwood stands in northwestern California. Arcata, CA: Humboldt State University; 84 p. M.Sc. Thesis.

101. Ralph, C.J., G. Geupel, S. Jones, K. Milne, and M. Rigney. 1993. A syllabus of training methods and resources for monitoring landbirds. Western Working Group, Partners in Flight, Colorado Bird Observatory, Brighton, Colorado.

102. Ralph, C.J., G. Geupel, S. Jones, K. Milne, and M. Rigney. 1993. Tecnicas de capacitacion de personal para el monitoreo de aves terrestres. WesternWorking Group, Partners in Flight, Colorado Bird Observatory, Brighton, Colorado.

103. Ralph, C.J., G.R. Geupel, P. Pyle, T.E. Martin, and D.F. DeSante. 1993. Handbook of field methods for monitoring landbirds. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-144. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. 41 pp.

104. Ralph, C.J., S.K. Nelson, M.M. Shaughnessy, and S.L. Miller. 1993. Methods for surveying Marbled Murrelets in forests. Pacific Seabird Group, Technical Paper #1. Oregon Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon.

105. Fancy, S.G., J.D. Jacobi, T.K. Pratt, and C.J. Ralph. 1994. Determining age and sex of `Oma`o (Myadestes obscurus). Elepaio 54:25-27.

106. Miller, S.L and C.J. Ralph. 1994. The relationship of Marbled Murrelet activity levels and behaviors with habitat characteristics of forest stands in California (Abstract). Pacific Seabirds 21:45.

107. Ralph, C.J. 1994. Evidence of changes in population status of the Marbled Murrelet in the Pacific Northwest. pp. 286-292 in: A century of avifaunal change in Western North America. (Eds. J. Jehl and N.K. Johnson). Studies in Avian Biology No. 15.

108. Ralph, C.J., G. Butcher, K.K. Busse, and J.S. Bradley. 1994. Shared migratory birds between North and Latin America. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California, and Laboratory of Ornithology, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

109. Ralph, C.J. and S.G. Fancy. 1994. Demography and movements of the endangered Akepa and Hawaii Creeper. Wilson Bulletin. 106:615-628.

110. Ralph, C.J. and S.G. Fancy. 1994. Demography and movements of the Omao (Myadestes obscurus). Condor 96:503-511.

111. Ralph, C.J. and S.G. Fancy. 1994. Timing of breeding and molting in six species of Hawaiian honeycreepers. Condor 96:151-161.

112. Ralph, C.J. and S.L. Miller. 1994. Offshore population estimates of Marbled Murrelets in California (abstract). Pacific Seabirds 21:48.

113. Ralph, C.J., S.K. Nelson, M.M. Shaugnessy, S.L. Miller, and T.E. Hamer. 1994. Methods of surveying Marbled Murrelets in forests: A protocol for land management and research. Pacific Seabird Group, Marbled Murrelet Technical Committee, publication #2.

114. Hamer, T., B. Cooper, and C.J. Ralph. 1995. Use of radar to study the movements of Marbled Murrelets at inland sites. Northwest Naturalist 76:73-78.

115. Miller, S.L. and C.J. Ralph. 1995. Relationship of Marbled Murrelets with habitat characteristics at inland sites in California. pp. 205-218 in Ecology and Conservation of the Marbled Murrelet. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-152. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

116. Naslund, N.L. and B.P. O'Donnell. 1995. Daily patterns of Marbled Murrelet activity at inland sites. pp. 129-134 in Ecology and Conservation of the Marbled Murrelet. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-152. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

117. O'Donnell, B.P. 1995. A review of the effects of station placement and observer bias in detections of Marbled Murrelets in forest stands. pp. 139-140 in Ecology and Conservation of the Marbled Murrelet. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-152. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

118. O'Donnell, B.P., N.L. Naslund, and C.J. Ralph. 1995. Patterns of seasonal variation of activity of Marbled Murrelets in forested stands. pp. 117-128 in Ecology and Conservation of the Marbled Murrelet. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-152. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

119. Ralph, C.J. 1995. Interannual differences in detections of Marbled Murrelets in some inland California stands. pp. 135-138 in Ecology and Conservation of the Marbled Murrelet. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-152. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

120. Ralph, C.J., S. Droege, and J.R. Sauer (Eds.). 1995. Monitoring bird populations by point counts. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-149. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. 187 pp.

121. Ralph, C.J., S. Droege, and J.R. Sauer. 1995. Managing and monitoring birds using point counts: Standards and applications. pp. 161-168 in: Ralph, C.J., S. Droege, and J.R. Sauer (Eds.). Monitoring landbirds with point counts. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-149. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

122. Ralph, C.J., and S.G. Fancy. 1995. Demography and movements of Apapane and Iiwi in Hawaii. Condor 97:729-742.

123. Ralph, C.J., G. Hunt, J. Piatt, and M. Raphael (Eds.). 1995. Ecology and Conservation of the Marbled Murrelet. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-152. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. 420 pp.

124. Ralph, C.J., G.L. Hunt, Jr., M.G. Raphael, and J.F. Piatt, 1995. Ecology and conservation of the Marbled Murrelet in North America: An overview. pp. 3-22 in Ecology and Conservation of the Marbled Murrelet. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-152. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

125. Ralph, C.J. and L.L. Long. 1995. Productivity of Marbled Murrelets in California from observations of young at sea. pp. 371-380 in Ecology and Conservation of the Marbled Murrelet. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-152. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

126. Ralph, C.J. and B. Milá. 1995. Towards an integrated and standardized monitoring program for landbirds in Latin America. pp. 676-678 in J.A. Bissonette and P.R. Krausman, eds. Integrating people and wildlife for a sustainable future. Proceedings of the First International Wildlife Congress, San Jose, Costa Rica. The Wildlife Society, Bethesda, Maryland.

127. Strachan, G., M. McAllister, and C.J. Ralph. 1995. Marbled Murrelet at-sea and foraging behavior. pp. 117-128 in Ecology and Conservation of the Marbled Murrelet. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-152. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

128. Ralph, C.J. and S.L. Miller. 1995. Offshore population estimates of Marbled Murrelets in California. pp. 353-360 in Ecology and Conservation of the Marbled Murrelet. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-152. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

129. Miller, S.L. and C.J. Ralph. 1996. Relationship of Marbled Murrelets with habitat characteristics in redwood forests in northwestern California. pp. 127-130 in LeBlanc, J. (Ed.). Proceedings of the conference on coast redwood forest ecology and management, June 18-20, 1996. 170 pp. Humboldt State University, Arcata, California.

130. Ralph, C.J. and S.G. Fancy. 1996. Aspects of the life history and foraging ecology of the endangered Akiapolaau. Condor 98:312-321.

131. Ralph, C.J., G.R. Geupel, P. Pyle, T.E. Martin, D.F. DeSante, and B. Milá. 1996. Manual de metodos de campo para el monitoreo de aves terrestres. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-159. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. 44 pp.

132. Ralph, C.J. and M.L.C. McAllister. 1996. Population distribution of the Marbled Murrelet in southeastern Alaska, based on a naturalist's log (abstract). Pacific Seabirds 23(1):48.

133. Ralph, C.J. and S.L. Miller. 1996. Between year variation in detections of Marbled Murrelets at three inland sites in California, 1989-1995 (abstract). Pacific Seabirds 23(1):48-49.

134. Ralph, C.J., S.L. Miller, L.L. Long, S. Courtney, and M. Raphael. 1996. Patterns of variation in the distribution of Marbled Murrelets offshore of the San Juan Islands, Washington (abstract). Pacific Seabirds 23(1):49.

135. Ralph, C.J., H.F. Sakai, and K. Hollinger. 1996. Monitoring populations and demography of landbirds in riparian corridors of the coastal redwood zone. pp. 124-126 in LeBlanc, J. (Ed.). Proceedings of the conference on coast redwood forest ecology and management, June 18-20, 1996. 170 pp. Humboldt State University, Arcata, California.

136. Fancy, S.G., and C.J. Ralph. 1997. 'Apapane (Himatione sanguinea). In The Birds of North America, Inc. No. 296 (A. Poole and F. Gill, Eds.). The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, PA, and the American Ornithologists' Union, Washington, D.C. 16 pp.

137. Ralph, C.J. 1997. Review of Martin, T.E., and D.M. Finch (Eds.). 1995. Ecology and management of Neotropical migratory birds. Oxford University Press, New York, NY. Ecology 78(3):963-964.

138. Ralph, C.J. and S.L. Miller. 1997. A preliminary evaluation of the impact of land management scenarios on the population of the Marbled Murrelet in southern Humboldt County, California. Sustainable Ecosystems Institute. 18 pp.

139. Fancy, S.G., and C.J. Ralph. 1998. 'I'iwi (Vestiaria coccinea). The Birds of North America, Inc. No. 327 (A. Poole and F. Gill, Eds.). The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, PA, and the American Ornithologists' Union, Washington, D.C. 16 pages.

140. Hunter, J.E., K.N. Schmidt, H.B. Stauffer, S.L. Miller, C.J. Ralph, and L. Roberts. 1998. Status of the Marbled Murrelet in the inner north coast ranges of California. Northwestern Naturalist 79:92-103.

141. Hussell, D.J.T. and C.J. Ralph. 1998. Recommended methods for monitoring bird populations by counting and capture of migrants. Intensive Sites Technical Committee of the Migration Monitoring Council.

142. Long, L.L. and C.J. Ralph. 1998. Regulation and observations of human disturbance near nesting Marbled Murrelets. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. 37 pp.

143. Male, T.D., S.G. Fancy, and C.J. Ralph. 1998. Red-billed Leiothrix (Leiothrix lutea). The Birds of North America, Inc. No. 359 (A. Poole and F. Gill, Eds.). The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, PA, and the American Ornithologists' Union, Washington, D.C. 12 pages.

144. Ralph, C.J., S.G. Fancy, and T.D. Male. 1998. Demography of an introduced Red-billed Leiothrix population in Hawaii. The Condor 100:468-473.

145. Ralph, C.J., K. Hollinger, L. Long, and S.L. Miller. 1998. Preliminary checklist of the birds of the Lanphere Dunes and Mad River Slough. Humboldt Bay Bird Observatory, Arcata, California.

146. Ralph, C.J., P. Kelly, S.L. Miller, and W. Hogoboom. 1998. Methods to estimate effects on an oil spill on waterbirds in northern California (abstract). Pacific Seabirds 25(1):40.

147. Ralph, C.J., T. Matsumoto, L. Folliard, and B.P. O'Donnell. 1998. The evaluation of potentially-influencing factors on inland detection levels of marbled murrelets (abstract). Pacific Seabirds 25(1):37.

148. Beauchamp, W.D., F. Cooke, C. Lougheed, L.W. Lougheed, C.J. Ralph, and S. Courtney. 1999. Seasonal movements of Marbled Murrelets: Evidence from banded birds. Condor 101:671-674.

149. Madsen, S., D. Evans, T. Hamer, P. Henson, S. Miller, S.K. Nelson, D. Roby, M. Stapanian. 1999. Marbled Murrelet effectiveness monitoring plan for the Northwest Forest Plan. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-439. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 51 p.

150. Meyer, C.B., S.L. Miller, C.J. Ralph. 1999. Marbled Murrelet use of landscapes for nesting in California and southern Oregon (abstract). Pacific Seabirds 26(1):41.

151. Miller, S.L., C.B. Meyer, and C.J. Ralph. 2000. Landscape and seascape patterns associated with Marbled Murrelet offshore abundance (abstract). Pacific Seabirds 27(1):43.

152. Ralph, C.J. 2000. The 10 biggest challenges in bird inventory and monitoring: which migratory routes will monitoring take next? Bird Conservation 13:12.

153. Alexander, J.D., L. Detweiler, and C.J. Ralph. 2001. Black Tern surveys in the Upper Klamath Basin, Oregon 1997-2001. Klamath Bird Observatory, Ashland, Oregon.

154. Bart, J., M. A. Howe, and C. J. Ralph. 2001. The Partners in Flight Landbird Monitoring Strategy. Office of Migratory Bird Management, U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Washington, D. C.

155. Long, L.L. and C.J. Ralph. 2001. Dynamics of habitat use by shorebirds in estuarine and agricultural habitats in northwestern California. Wilson Bull. 113(1):41-52.

156. Long, L.L., C.J. Ralph, and S.Miller. 2001. A new method for ageing Marbled Murrelets and the effect on productivity estimates. Pacific Seabirds 28(2):82-91.

157. North American Banding Council, Publications Committee. 2001. The North American bander's study guide. North American Banding Council, Point Reyes Station, California. 52 pp. Available from http://www.nabanding.net/pubs.html.

158. North American Banding Council, Publications Committee. 2001. Manual for banding passerines and near-passerines (except hummingbirds and owls). North American Banding Council, Point Reyes Station, California. 41 pp. Available from http://www.nabanding.net/pubs.html.

159. North American Banding Council, Publications Committee. 2001. The instructor's guide to training passerine bird banders in North America. North American Banding Council, Point Reyes Station, California. 44 pp. Available from http://www.nabanding.net/pubs.html.

160. North American Banding Council, Publications Committee. 2001. Manual for banding hummingbirds. North American Banding Council, Point Reyes Station, California. 52 pp. Available from http://www.nabanding.net/pubs.html.

161. North American Banding Council, Publications Committee. 2001. Manual for banding raptors. North American Banding Council, Point Reyes Station, California. 30 pp. Available from http://www.nabanding.net/pubs.html.

162. Ralph, C.J., S.L. Miller, and L.L. Long. 2001. Abundance, distribution, and productivity of Marbled Murrelets along the northern California coast and southern Oregon in 2000. Report to the Marbled Murrelet Study Trust. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California.

163. Bentivoglio, N., J. Baldwin, D. Evans-Mack, T. Max, S. Miller, S.K. Nelson, K. Ostrom, C. Ralph, M. Raphael, C. Strong, C. Thompson, R. Wilk. 2002. Northwest Forest Plan Marbled Murrelet effectiveness monitoring data summary report. Northwest Forest Plan Marbled Murrelet Effectiveness Monitoring Interagency Teams. Portland, Oregon.

164. Meyer, C.B. and S.L. Miller. 2002. Use of fragmented landscapes by Marbled Murrelets for nesting in Southern Oregon. Conservation Biology 16(3):755-766.

165. Meyer, C.B., S.L. Miller, and C.J. Ralph. 2002. Multi-scale landscape and seascape patterns associated with marbled murrelet nesting areas on the U.S. west coast. Landscape Ecology 17:95-115.

166. Miller, S.L., C.B. Meyer, and C.J. Ralph. 2002. Land and seascape patterns associated with Marbled Murrelet abundance offshore. Waterbirds 25(1): 100-108.

167. Ralph, C.J. and J.D. Alexander. 2002. Comprehensive bird monitoring in the Klamath River Region: A joint effort of the Klamath Bird Observatory and various cooperators. Pp 3:3-8 in Proceedings of the 2001 Klamath Basin Fish & Water Management Symposium. Yvonne Everett, Merv George, and Akimi King, eds. Available in http://www.humboldt.edu/~extended/klamath/proceedings2001/KLAMINTR.PDF

168. Sakai, W.H. and C.J. Ralph. 2002. A tabular format of Pyle's ageing and sexing methods for landbirds. North American Bird Bander 27(3): 77-90.

169. Stauffer, H.B., C.J. Ralph, and S.L. Miller. 2002. Incorporating uncertainty of detection into presence-absence survey design and analysis. pp. 357-365 in: Predicting species occurrences: Issues of scale and accuracy. Scott, J.M., P.J. Heglund, M. Morrison, M. Raphael, J. Haufler, B. Wall, eds. Island Press, Covello, California.

170. Ralph, C.J. and K. Hollinger. 2003. The status of the Willow and Pacific-slope flycatchers in northwestern California and southern Oregon. Pp 104-117 in Ecology and Conservation of the Willow Flycatcher. M. Sogge, B. Kus, S. Sferra, and M. Whitfield, eds. Studies in Avian Biology 26.

171. Alexander, J.D. and C.J. Ralph. 2004. Towards a Migration Monitoring Network in the United States. In Skagen, S.K., Melcher, C.P., and Hazlewood, R. 2004. Migration stopover ecology of western avian populations: A southwestern migration workshop. U.S. Geological Survey, Biological Resources Discipline, Open-File Report 2004-1452, 29 p. Available in http://www.fort.usgs.gov/Products/Publications/21409/21409.pdf.

172. 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. Pp. 33-41 in K.L. Mergenthaler, J.E. Williams, and E.S. Jules, eds. Proceedings of the Second Conference on Klamath-Siskiyou Ecology, Cave Junction,Oregon, May 29-31, 2003. Siskiyou Field Institute, Cave Junction, Oregon.

173. Alexander, J.D., C.J. Ralph, B. Hogoboom, N.R. Seavy, and S. Janes. 2004. Understanding effects of fire suppression, fuel treatment, and wildfire on bird communities in the Klamath-Siskiyou ecoregion. Pp. 42-46 in K.L. Mergenthaler, J.E. Williams, and E.S. Jules, eds. Proceedings of the Second Conference on Klamath-Siskiyou Ecology, Cave Junction, Oregon, May 29-31, 2003. Siskiyou Field Institute, Cave Junction, Oregon.

174. Bart, J., K.P. Burnham, E.H. Dunn, C.M. Francis, and C.J. Ralph. 2004. Goals and strategies for estimating trends in landbird abundance. Journal of Wildlife Management 68:611-626.

175. Bart, J., S. Droege, P. Geissler, B. Peterjohn, and C.J. Ralph. 2004. Density estimation in wildlife surveys. Wildlife Society Bulletin 32 (4): 1242-1247.

176. California Pacific Coast Joint Venture, Ron LeValley, C. John Ralph, Carey Smith, Chet Ogan, and Karen Kovacs. 2004. Pacific Coast Joint Venture Coastal Northern California Component Strategic Plan Update. September 2004. California Pacific Coast Joint Venture, Arcata, California.

177. Dunn, E.H. and C.J. Ralph. 2004. The use of mist nets as a tool for bird population monitoring. Pp 1-6 in C.J. Ralph, and E.H. Dunn (Eds). Monitoring bird populations using mist nets. Studies in Avian Biology no. 29.

178. Maglianesi, M.A. 2004. Caracterización de la comunidad de aves de un bosque tropical muy húmedo en el Caribe norte de Costa Rica. M.S. Thesis, Universidad Nacional, Heredia, Costa Rica.

179. Meyer, C.B., S.L. Miller, and C.J. Ralph. 2004. Logistic regression accuracy across different spatial and temporal scales for a wide-ranging species, the marbled murrelet. Pages 94-106 in S. Huzurbazar, editor. Resource Selection Methods and Applications. Omnipress, Madison, Wisconsin.

180. Meyer, C.B., S.L. Miller, and C.J. Ralph. 2004. Stand-scale habitat associations across a large geographic region of an old-growth specialist, the marbled murrelet. Wilson Bulletin 116(3):197-210.

181. North American Banding Council, Publications Committee. 2004. Manual for banding shorebirds. North American Banding Council, Point Reyes Station, California. 48 pp. Available from http://www.nabanding.net/pubs.html.

182. Ralph, C.J. and E.H. Dunn (Eds). 2004. Monitoring bird populations using mist nets. Studies in Avian Biology no. 29. Allen Press, Lawrence, KS. 211 pp. View Table of Contents. Information on ordering can be found at http://www.cooper.org/publications/sab.htm.

183. Ralph, C.J., E.H. Dunn, W.J. Peach, and C.M. Handel. 2004. Recommendations for the use of mist nets for inventory and monitoring of bird populations. Pp 187-196 in C.J. Ralph, and E.H. Dunn (Eds). Monitoring bird populations using mist nets. Studies in Avian Biology no. 29.

184. Ralph, C.J., K.R. Hollinger, and R.I. Frey. 2004. Redwood Sciences Laboratory and the Klamath Demographic Monitoring Network mist-netting station management procedures. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. 57 pp.

185. Ralph, C.J., K. Hollinger, and S.L. Miller. 2004. Monitoring productivity with multiple mist-net stations. Pp 12-20 in C.J. Ralph, and E.H. Dunn (Eds). Monitoring bird populations using mist nets. Studies in Avian Biology no. 29.

186. Ralph, C.J. and J.M. Scott. 2004, 1981. Estimating numbers of terrestrial birds. The Blackburn Press, Caldwell, NJ. 630 pp. (reprinting of Studies in Avian Biology 6)

187. Stauffer, H.B., C.J. Ralph, and S.L. Miller. 2004. Ranking habitat for Marbled Murrelets: New conservation approach for species with uncertain detection. Ecological Applications 14(5): 1374-1383.

188. Bart, J. and C.J. Ralph. 2005. Suggestions for establishing a network of landbird migration monitoring sites. pp. 701-704 in: C.J. Ralph and T.D. Rich (Eds.). Bird conservation implementation and integration in the Americas: Proceedings of the third international Partners in Flight conference. 2002 March 20-24; Asilomar, California; vol. 2. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-191. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

189. Bart, J. and C.J. Ralph. 2005. The need for a North American coordinated bird monitoring program. pp. 982-981 in: C.J. Ralph and T.D. Rich (Eds.). Bird conservation implementation and integration in the Americas: Proceedings of the third international Partners in Flight conference. 2002 March 20-24; Asilomar, California; vol. 2. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-191. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

190. Carlisle, J.D. and C.J. Ralph. 2005. Towards the establishment of landbird migration monitoring networks in the United States. pp. 698-700 in: C.J. Ralph and T.D. Rich (Eds.). Bird conservation implementation and integration in the Americas: Proceedings of the third international Partners in Flight conference. 2002 March 20-24; Asilomar, California; vol. 2. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-191. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

191. Dunn, E. H., B. L. Altman, J. Bart, C. J. Beardmore, H. Berlanga, P. J. Blancher, G. S. Butcher, D. W. Demarest, R. Dettmers, W. C. Hunter, E. E. Iñigo-Elias, A. O. Panjabi, D. N. Pashley, C. J. Ralph, T. D. Rich, K. V. Rosenberg, C. M. Rustay, J. M. Ruth, and T. C. Will. 2005. High priority needs for range-wide monitoring of North American landbirds. Partners in Flight Technical Series No. 2. Partners in Flight website: http://www.partnersinflight.org/pubs/ts/02-MonitoringNeeds.pdf.

192. Huff, M.H., N.E. Seavy, J.D. Alexander, and C.J. Ralph. 2005. Fire and birds in the maritime Pacific Northwest. pp. 46-62 in: V. Saab and H. Powell, eds. Fire and Avian Ecology. Studies in Avian Biology 30.

193. Hussell, D.J.T. and C.J. Ralph. 2005. Recommended methods for monitoring change in bird populations by counting and capture of migrants. North American Bird Bander 30(1): 6-20.

194. Hutto, R.L. and C.J. Ralph. 2005. Introduction - Regional monitoring programs. pp. 924-925 in: C.J. Ralph and T.D. Rich (Eds.). Bird conservation implementation and integration in the Americas: Proceedings of the third international Partners in Flight conference. 2002 March 20-24; Asilomar, California; vol. 2. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-191. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

195. Latta, Steven C., C. John Ralph, and Geoffrey R. Geupel. 2005. Strategies for the conservation monitoring of resident landbirds and wintering neotropical migrants in the Americas. Ornitologia Neotropical 16:163-174.

196. Miller, S.L. and C.J. Ralph. 2005. A watershed-scale survey for stream-foraging birds in northern California. pp 537-540 in: C.J. Ralph and T.D. Rich (Eds.). Bird conservation implementation and integration in the Americas: Proceedings of the third international Partners in Flight conference. 2002 March 20-24; Asilomar, California; vol. 2. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-191. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

197. Miller, S.L., C.J. Ralph, M.G. Raphael, C. Strong, C.W. Thompson, J. Baldwin, M.H. Huff, and G.A. Falxa. 2005. At-sea monitoring of Marbled Murrelet population status and trend in the Northwest Forest Plan area (abstract). Science and the Northwest Forest Plan - Knowledge gained over a decade. April 19-20, Portland, Oregon. (Power Point presentation)

198. Panjabi, A.O., E.H. Dunn, P.J. Blancher, W.C. Hunter, B.L. Altman, J. Bart, C.J. Beardmore, H. Berlanga, G.S. Butcher, S.K. Davis, D.W. Demarest, R. Dettmers, W. Easton, H. Gomez de Silva Garza, E.E. Iñigo-Elias, D.N. Pashley, C.J. Ralph, T.D. Rich, K.V. Rosenberg, C.M. Rustay, J.M. Ruth, J.S. Wendt, and T.C. Will. 2005. The Partners in Flight handbook on species assessment. Version 2005. Partners in Flight Technical Series No. 3.

199. Ralph, C.J. 2005. The body grasp technique: A rapid method of removing birds from mist nets. North American Bird Bander 30(2): 65-70.

200. Ralph, C.J. and T.D. Rich (Eds). 2005. Bird conservation implementation and integration in the Americas: Proceedings of the Third International Partners in Flight conference. 2002 March 20-24; Asilomar, California; Volume 1 and Volume 2. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-191. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. 651 and 643 pp.

201. Ralph, C.J.and T.D. Rich. 2005. The state of the art and the state of the science: Partners in Flight in the 21st century. pp 1-3 in: C.J. Ralph and T.D. Rich (Eds.). Bird conservation implementation and integration in the Americas: Proceedings of the third international Partners in Flight conference. 2002 March 20-24; Asilomar, California; vol. 2. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-191. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

202. Ralph, C.J., M.J. Widdowson, R.I. Frey, P. Herrera, and B.P. O'Donnell. 2005. An overview of a Landbird Monitoring Program at Tortuguero, on the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica. pp 831-846 in: C.J. Ralph and T.D. Rich (Eds.). Bird conservation implementation and integration in the Americas: Proceedings of the third international Partners in Flight conference. 2002 March 20-24; Asilomar, California; vol. 2. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-191. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

203. Seavy, N.E., S. Quader, J.D. Alexander, and C.J. Ralph. 2005. Generalized linear models and point count data: Statistical considerations for the design and analysis of monitoring studies. pp. 744-753 in: C.J. Ralph and T.D. Rich (Eds.). Bird conservation implementation and integration in the Americas: Proceedings of the third international Partners in Flight conference. 2002 March 20-24; Asilomar, California; vol. 2. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-191. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

204. Solano, A., C.J. Ralph, and P.A. Herrera. 2005. El Proyecto Integrado de Monitoreo de Aves de Tortuguero: más de 10 años en el estudio y conservación de aves migratorias y residentes neotropicales. Zeledonia 9(2)76-82.

205. Alexander, J.D., N.E. Seavy, C.J. Ralph, and B. Hogoboom. 2006. Vegetation and topographical correlates of fire severity from two fires in the Klamath-Siskiyou region of Oregon and California. International Journal of Wildland Fire 15: 237-245.

206. Francis, C.M., J. Bart, E.H. Dunn, K.P. Burnham, and C.J. Ralph. 2006. Enhancing the value of the Breeding Bird Survey: Reply to Sauer et al. (2005). Journal of Wildlife Management 69(4):1327–1332.

207. Huff, M.H., M.G. Raphael, S.L. Miller, S.K. Nelson, and J. Baldwin, tech. coords. 2006. Northwest Forest Plan - The first 10 years (1994-2003): Status and trends of populations and nesting habitat for the Marbled Murrelet. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-650. Portland, OR: Pacific Northwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

208. Miller, S.L., C.J. Ralph, M.G. Raphael, C. Strong, C.W. Thompson, J. Baldwin, M.H. Huff, and G.A. Falxa. 2006. Chapter 3: At-sea monitoring of Marbled Murrelet population status and trend in the Northwest Forest Plan Area. Pp. 31-60 in M.H. Huff, M.G. Raphael, S.L. Miller, S.K. Nelson, and J.Baldwin, tech. coords. 2006. Northwest Forest Plan - The first 10 years (1994-2003): Status and trends of populations and nesting habitat for the Marbled Murrelet Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-650. Portland, OR: Pacific Northwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

209. Ralph, C.J., K. Larson, and W. Leitner. 2006. Visualizing your banding data with LaMMNA (abstract). North American Bird Bander 31(4): 219.

210. Ralph, C.J. 2006. LaMMNA: Empowering your banding data with eBird (abstract). North American Bird Bander 31(4): 223.

211. Spurr, E.B. and C.J. Ralph (compilers). 2006. Development of bird population monitoring in New Zealand: Proceedings of a workshop. Landcare Research Science Series No. 32. Manaaki Whenua Press, Lincoln, Canterbury, New Zealand. 25 pp.

212. Blancher, P. J., K. V. Rosenberg, A. O. Panjabi, B. Altman, J. Bart, C. J. Beardmore, G. S. Butcher, D. Demarest, R. Dettmers, E. H. Dunn, W. Easton, W. C. Hunter, E. E. Iñigo-Elias, D. N. Pashley, C. J. Ralph, T. D. Rich, C. M. Rustay, J. M. Ruth, and T. C. Will. 2007. Guide to the Partners in Flight Population Estimates Database. Version: North American Landbird Conservation Plan 2004. Partners in Flight Technical Series No 5. http://www.partnersinflight.org/. Available at: http://www.rmbo.org/pif_db/laped/download/Guide%20to%20PIF%20Population%20Estimates%20Database%202.pdf

213. Maglianesi, M. A. 2007. Aves y características de hábitat en un bosque tropical muy húmedo en el Caribe costarricense. Amientales 33: 2-12. Available in: http://www.ambientico.una.ac.cr/A33.pdf.

214. Miller, S.L., C.J. Ralph, and P. Herrera. 2007. Predicting changes in bird abundance caused by removal and succession of riparian habitat (abstract). Proceedings of the First Annual Science Symposium of the Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP), February 7-9, 2007, Weaverville, California.

215. Miller, S.L., C.J. Ralph, P. Herrera, and B. Hogoboom. 2007. Predicting bird abundance associated with Trinity River restoration. p. 32 in Kevin Shaffer, Ann Chrisney, and Lisa Owen Vianni, eds. Proceedings of the Riparian Habitat Joint Venture Conference: Integrating Riparian Habitat Conservation and Flood Management in California December 4-6, 2007; Sacramento, California. 115 p.

216. Ralph, C.J., M. Widdowson, B. Widdowson, B. O’Donnell, and R.I. Frey; A.R. Sánchez and R.R. Hernández, translators. 2007. Protocolo de operación de la estación de anillado de aves de Tortuguero; Programa Integral de Monitoreo de Tortuguero. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. 61 pp.

217. Raphael, M.G., J. Baldwin, G.A. Falxa, M.H. Huff, M. Lance, S. L. Miller, S.F. Pearson, C.J. Ralph, C. Strong, and C. Thompson. 2007. Regional population monitoring of the Marbled Murrelet: Field and analytical methods. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-716. Portland, OR: Pacific Northwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. 70 pp.

218. Tindall, S.D., C.J. Ralph, and M.N. Clout. 2007. Changes in bird abundance following Common Myna control on a New Zealand island. Pacific Conservation Biology 13(3): 202-212.

219. Falxa, G., J. Baldwin, D. Lynch, S.K. Nelson, S.L. Miller, S.F. Pearson, C.J. Ralph, M.G. Raphael, C. Strong, T. Bloxton, B. Galleher, B. Hogoboom, M. Lance, R. Young, and M.H. Huff. 2008. Marbled Murrelet effectiveness monitoring, Northwest Forest Plan: 2004-2007 summary report. 25 pp.

220. 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. Lament, 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. Geological Survey, Circular 1320. 19 pp.

221. Long, L.L., S.L. Miller, C.J. Ralph, and E.A. Elias. 2008. Marbled Murrelet abundance, distribution, and productivity along the coasts of Northern California and Southern Oregon, 2005-2007. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. 49 pp.

222. Ralph,C.J., K. Hollinger, and R.I. Frey. 2008. The Bander's Merit Badge. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. 7 pp.

223. Ralph, C.J., M. Widdowson, B. Widdowson, B. O’Donnell, and R.I. Frey. 2008. Tortuguero bird monitoring station protocol for the Tortuguero Integrated Bird Monitoring Program. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. 61 pp.

224. Sullivan, B.L., M.J. Iliff, P.L. Ralph, C.J. Ralph, and S.T. Kelling. 2008. A Lesser Frigatebird (Tregata ariel) in California: A first for the state and fourth for North America. North American Birds 61(4): 540-545.

225. Kelling, S., G. Ballard and L. Salas. 2008. The Avian Knowledge Network: A hemisphere-wide partnership to organize, analyze, and visualize bird observation data for education, conservation, research, and land management. pp. 48-52 in: Rich, T.D., B. Dale, L. Long, C. J. Ralph, K. Rosenberg, E. Santana, A. Sutton, and X. Vega. Partners in Flight bird conservation needs assessment: Results of the 4th International Partners in Flight Conference. Partners in Flight. McAllen, Texas. USA.

226. Ralph, C.J. 2008. E BIRD Preserving your observations. Try eBird New Zealand! Apteryx 22: 10. Available online in http://osnz.org.nz/newsletters/far-north-apteryx-december-2008

227. Ralph, C.J. 2008. Loose fishing line entangles Little Shag. Apteryx 22: 10-11. Available online in http://osnz.org.nz/newsletters/far-north-apteryx-december-2008

228. Ralph, C.J., C. Ralph, and J. Szabo. 2008. Tomtits confirmed breeding on Moturua Island, Bay of Islands. Apteryx 22: 11. Available online in http://osnz.org.nz/newsletters/far-north-apteryx-december-2008

229. Rich, T.D., B. Dale, L. Long, C. J. Ralph, K. Rosenberg, E. Santana, A. Sutton, and X. Vega. 2008. Partners in Flight bird conservation needs assessment: Results of the 4th International Partners in Flight Conference. Partners in Flight. McAllen, Texas. USA. 87 pp.

230. Wolfe, J.D. and C.J. Ralph. 2008. Catorce años de anillamiento de aves en Costa Rica: una visión general del Proyecto Integral de Monitoreo de Aves de Tortuguero (Fourteen years of bird banding in Costa Rica: An overview of the Tortuguero Integrated Bird Monitoring Project) (abstract). Mesoamericana 12(3):171.

231. Wolfe, J.D. and C.J. Ralph. 2008. Efectos de la Oscilación del Sur El Niño sobre las condiciones de aves migratorias (Effects of the Southern El Niño oscillation on Nearctic-Neotropical migrant conditon in Central America) (abstract). Mesoamericana 12(3):173-174.

232. Elizondo, P., C.J. Ralph, J.D. Wolfe, y A.O. Ramírez. 2009. Está la proporción de sexos de una población relacionada con el decrecimiento de la capturabilidad? (abstract). Mesoamericana 13(2):101.

233. Iliff, M., L. Salas, E.R. Inzunza, G. Ballard, D. Lepage, and S. Kelling. 2009. The Avian Knowledge Network : A partnership to organize, analyze, and visualize bird observation data for education, conservation, research, and land management. pp. 365-373 in T.D. Rich, C. Arizmendi, D. Demaraest, and C. Thompson (eds.). Tundra to tropics: Connecting birds, habitats and people. Proceedings of the 4th International Partners in Flight Conference, 13-16 February 2008. McAllen, TX. Partners in Flight.

234. Falxa, G.A., J. Baldwin, D. Lynch, S.K. Nelson, S.L. Miller, S.F. Pearson, M.G. Raphael, C. Strong, T. Bloxton, B. Galleher, B. Hogoboom, M. Lance, and R. Young. 2009. Marbled murrelet effectiveness monitoring, Northwest Forest Plan: 2008 summary report. 19 p.

235. Ralph, C.J. 2009. Review of "Bird Banding in North America: The First Hundred Years." - Jerome A. Jackson, William E. Davis, Jr., and John Tautin, editors. 2008. Auk 126(3):702-703.

236. Ryder, T.B. and J.D. Wolfe. 2009. The current state of knowledge on molt and plumage sequences in selected tropical families: A review.Ornitologia Neotropical 20:1-18.

237. Stralberg D., D. Jongsomjit, C.A. Howell, M.A. Snyder, J.D. Alexander, J.A. Wiens, and T.L. Root. 2009. Re-shuffling of species with climate disruption: A no-analog future for California birds? PLoS ONE 4(9): e6825. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0006825.

238. Wolfe, J.D. 2009. Diet of some spring migrant landbirds on the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica. Journal of Caribbean Ornithology 22:37-40.

239. Wolfe, J.D. 2009. Habitat use of Nearctic-Neotropic migrant birds in northeastern Costa Rica. Arcata, CA: Humboldt State University; M.Sc. Thesis.

240. Wolfe, J.D., Chandler, R.B., and D.I. King. 2009. Molt Patterns, age, and sex criteria for selected highland Costa Rican resident landbirds. Ornitologia Neotropical 20: 451-459.

241. Wolfe J.D., Pyle, P. 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(3):556–567.

242. Wolfe, J.D. and C.J. Ralph. 2009. Correlations between El Niño-Southern Oscillation and changes in nearctic-neotropic migrant condition in Central America. The Auk 126(4):809-814.

243. Alexander, John D, Josée Rousseau, and Linda Long. 2010. Identifying, describing and archiving existing hummingbird monitoring datasets - A project of the Western Hummingbird Partnership. Submitted to the Western Hummingbird Partnership. Available from the Klamath Bird Observatory, Ashland, Or. 4 p.

244. Fuller, Trevon L., Sassan S. Saatchi, Emily E. Curd, Erin Toffelmier, Henri A. Thomassen, Wolfgang Buermann, David F. DeSante, Mark P. Nott, James F. Saracco, C. J. Ralph, John D. Alexander, John P. Pollinger, and Thomas B. Smith. 2010. Mapping the risk of avian influenza in wild birds in the US. BMC Infectious Diseases 10:187doi:10.1186/1471-2334-10-187.

245. Long, Linda L., Sherri L. Miller, C. John Ralph, and Craig Strong. 2010. Marbled Murrelet abundance, distribution, and productivity along the coasts of Northern California and Southern Oregon, 2009. Report submitted to US Fish and Wildlife Service and Bureau of Land Management, Arcata, California. 32 pp.

246. Long, Linda, Josée Rousseau, Sherri Miller, and C. John Ralph. 2010. 21 Years of northern California marine surveys - seabird observation counts and densities for WaveConnect Energy Project planning and monitoring. Submitted to CH2M Hill, Sacramento, CA for Pacific Gas and Electric Company. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. 92 p.

247. Miller, Sherri, C. John Ralph, Linda Long, Brian O’Donnell, and Josée Rousseau. 2010. 21 years of northern California marine surveys - Seabird and mammal observation summaries for WaveConnect Energy Project planning and monitoring. Submitted to CH2M Hill, Sacramento, CA for Pacific Gas and Electric Company. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. 104 pp.

248. Miller, Sherri L., C. John Ralph, Jared D. Wolfe and Lisa M. Ollivier. 2010. Trinity River Restoration Program Riparian and Riverine Bird Monitoring Report 2002-2009. Submitted to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, California. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. 148 pp.

249. Morrissette, Mark and Brian P. O’Donnell. 2010. Waterman West Projects: Northern Spotted Owl and Northern Goshawk Survey Report 2010. Report submitted to Six Rivers National Forest, Eureka, California. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California.7 pp.

250. Ralph, C. John. 2010. Landbird surveys on islands of Ipipiri (Eastern Bay of Islands): Summers of 2008-9 and 2009-10. Report submitted to Guardians of the Bay of Islands Inc. and Department of Conservation. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. 6 p.

251. Ralph, C. J., K. R. Hollinger, and R. I. Frey. 2010. Redwood Sciences Laboratory and the Klamath Demographic Monitoring Network mist-netting station management procedures. U.S. Forest Service Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. 84 p.

252. Ralph, C.J., S. Miller, and L. Long. 2010. Boat survey methodology for oil spill response. U.S. Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. 6 pp.

253. Rowe, Lucinda M. and Jared D. Wolfe. 2010. Using alulas and the carpal covert to assess age in some formative and first alternative plumaged western passerines. North American Bird Bander 35(1): 23-27

254. Sullivan, Robert, Robert Frey, John D. Alexander, C. John Ralph, and Josée Rousseau. 2010. Summary species list for Burney State Park derived from landbird monitoring by the Klamath Bird Observatory and Redwood Sciences Laboratory along Upper Burney Creek (2006, 2007, 2008). Report submitted to California State Parks, Shasta, California. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. 5 pp.

255. Stephens, Jaime L., Kimberly Kreitinger, C. John Ralph, Michael T. Green, editors. 2010. Informing ecosystem management: Science and process for landbird conservation in the western United States. U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Biological Technical Publication, FWS/ BTP-R1014-2010, Washington, D.C. 65 pages.

256. Stephens, Jaime L., Kimberly Kreitinger, C. John Ralph, and Michael T. Green. 2010. Preface. Pp 1-2 in Jaime L. Stephens, Kimberly Kreitinger, C. John Ralph, Michael T. Green, eds. Informing ecosystem management: Science and process for landbird conservation in the western United States. U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Biological Technical Publication, FWS/ BTP-R1014-2010, Washington, D.C.

257. Wolfe, Jared D. and C. John Ralph. 2010. The Bluebonnet Bird Monitoring Project operational protocol. Baton Rouge Audubon Society, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. 32 p.

258. Wolfe, J.D., T.B. Ryder, and P. Pyle. 2010. Using molt cycles to categorize the age of tropical birds: an integrative new system. J. Field Ornithol. 81(2):186–194.

259. Elizondo, Pablo and C. John Ralph. 2011. Costa Rica bird banding scheme. pp. 9-11 in: Moreno, Maria Isabel, Pablo Elizondo, C. John Ralph. Proceedings of the fourth WHBBN workshop Brazil 2010. Available at: http://www.raaho.info/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=39&Itemid=54&lang=en.

260. Elizondo, Pablo and C. John Ralph. 2011. North American Banding Council: Experiences on training and certification across the region. pp. 15-16 in: Moreno, Maria Isabel, Pablo Elizondo, C. John Ralph. Proceedings of the fourth WHBBN workshop Brazil 2010. Available at: http://www.raaho.info/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=39&Itemid=54&lang=en.

261. Elizondo, Pablo, C. John Ralph, and Jared D. Wolfe. 2011. Out of the mists comes knowledge of little-known endemics, as researchers band together to predict a no-analog future. The All-Bird Bulletin Fall/Winter 2011: 6-7, 22. Available in http://www.nabci-us.org/aboutnabci/Bulletin-winter12.pdf

262. Elizondo, P. and O. Ramirez. 2011. Relación forestal, dinámica y diversidad de las poblaciones de las aves del Valle Central, Costa Rica. [Relationship between forest dynamics and diversity of bird populations in the Central Valley, Costa Rica]. Mesoamericana 14(2):76.

263. Long, Linda. 2011. Eddy Gulch Late-Successional Reserve Landbird Survey Report 2009-2010. Submitted to Scott-Salmon River Ranger District, Klamath National Forest. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. 6 p.

264. Long, Linda, Josée Rousseau, Sherri Miller, and C. John Ralph. 2011. 21 Years of Northern California Marine Surveys - Marine Mammal Observations Summary for WaveConnect Energy Project Planning and Monitoring. Submitted to CH2M Hill, Sacramento, CA for Pacific Gas and Electric Company. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. 53 p.

265. Moreno, Maria Isabel, Pablo Elizondo, C. John Ralph, editors. 2011. Proceedings of the fourth WHBBN workshop, Brazil 2010. Available at: http://www.raaho.info/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=39&Itemid=54&lang=en. 48 p.

266. Ralph, C. John. 2011. The revolution from Observatory to Network and "where have all the data gone?" North American Bird Bander 36(3): 133-134.

267. Ralph, C. John and Pablo Elizondo. 2011. Integrating LaMNA (Landbird Monitoring Network of the Americas) and the Western Hemisphere Bird-Banding Network. pp. 37-40 in: Moreno, Maria Isabel, Pablo Elizondo, C. John Ralph. Proceedings of the Fourth WHBBN workshop Brazil 2010. Available at: http://www.raaho.info/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=39&Itemid=54&lang=en.

268. Raphael, M.G., G.A. Falxa, K.M. Dugger, B.M. Galleher, D. Lynch, S.L.Miller, S.K. Nelson and R.D. Young. 2011. Northwest Forest Plan—the first 15 years (1994-2008): Status and trend of nesting habitat for the Marbled Murrelet.Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-848. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 52 p.

269. Rousseau, Josée, C. John Ralph, and Ana Paula Bertoldi Carneiro. 2011. Develop tools for managers to evaluate, monitor, and communicate the importance of bird use of high-importance riparian and wetland areas in the Klamath-Siskiyou Bioregion: Report summarizing products completed in relation with site-specific agreement between between Ducks Unlimited, Inc (DU) acting as a representative of the Pacific Coast Joint Venture (PCJV) and Klamath Bird Observatory (KBO). Report to Pacific Coast Joint Venture and Ducks Unlimited, Inc. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. 8 p.

270. Spotswood, Erica N., Kari Roesch Goodman, Jay Carlisle, Renée L. Cormier, Diana L. Humple, Josée Rousseau, Susan L. Guers, and Gina G. Barton. 2011. How safe is mist-netting? Evaluating the risk of injury and mortality to birds. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 3:29-38.

271. Wolfe, Jared D. and Robert I. Frey. 2011. Primary covert replacement patterns in the Western Wood-Pewee. North American Bird Bander 36(3): 113-115.

272. Elizondo, Pablo and C. John Ralph. 2012. Contributions of two decades of bird banding and monitoring to the science and conservation of birds in Costa Rica (abstract). North American Bird Bander 37(3): 126.

273. Hussey, Karen, C. J. Ralph, John Alexander, Jaime Stephens. 2012. Using a long-term dataset to understand regional Black Tern (Chlidonias niger) population status and improve monitoring methodologies (abstract). p. 177-178 in: North American Ornithological Conference, Vancouver 2012, abstract book. http://www.naoc-v2012.com/files/NAOC-V_Abstract_Book.pdf

274. Miller, Sherri L., Martin G. Raphael, Gary A. Falxa, Craig Strong, Jim Baldwin, Thomas Bloxton, Beth M. Galleher, Monique Lance, Deanna Lynch, Scott F. Pearson, C. John Ralph, and Richard D. Young. 2012. Recent population decline of the Marbled Murrelet in the Pacific Northwest. Condor 114(4):771-781.

275. Ralph, C. John. 2012. Recovering from recoveries: bird banding soon to be obsolete? North American Bird Bander 37(2):88-89.

276. Ralph, C. John and Pablo Elizondo. 2012. Recording subspecies: a finer tuning of data (abstract). North American Bird Bander 37(3): 128.

277. Ralph, C. J., K. R. Hollinger, and R. I. Frey. 2012. Redwood Sciences Laboratory and the Klamath Demographic Monitoring Network mist-netting station management procedures, April 2012. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. 82 p.

278. Ralph, C. John, Josée Rousseau, Linda L. Long, and Sherri L. Miller. 2012. Landbird monitoring at northeastern National Wildlife Refuges 2008-2010: Results and recommendations for future monitoring. Submitted to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, LaCrosse, WI, in fulfillment of Cooperative Agreement No. 301818J152. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. 89 p.

279. Ralph, C. John, Jared Wolfe, and Pablo Elizondo. 2012. Tropical birds are a sensitive indicator of climate change: thirteen years of bird banding and the influence of the El Niño Southern Oscillation on the demography and condition of several migrant and resident birds in northeastern Costa Rica (abstract). pp. 275 in: North American Ornithological Conference, Vancouver 2012, abstract book. http://www.naoc-v2012.com/files/NAOC-V_Abstract_Book.pdf

280. Ralph, C. John, Jared D. Wolfe, and Pablo Elizondo. 2012. Using capture to determine the effects of El Niño on resident and migrant birds in northeastern Costa Rica (abstract). North American Bird Bander 37(3): 128.

281. Rousseau, Josée and C. John Ralph. 2012. 2010 Bird Monitoring Report for the Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge – Salmon Creek Unit, Loleta, California. Submitted to USFWS Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge, Loleta, California. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. 11 p.

282. Rousseau, Josée and C. John Ralph. 2012. Abundance of Willow Flycatchers throughout the year, Humboldt County, Northern California. Report submitted to Michael G. van Hattem, Coastal Conservation Planning-Northern Region, California Department of Fish and Game, Eureka, CA. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California.3 p.

283. Rousseau, Josée and C. John Ralph. 2012. Breeding Bird Surveys trend analyses for the Management Indicator Species present in the Six Rivers National Forest, California. Report submitted to USFS Six Rivers National Forest, Eureka, CA. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, California. 37 p.

284. Rousseau, Josée S., C. John Ralph, and Lisa Ollivier. 2012. Hard-to-identify species: how do eBird and banding data compare (abstract)? North American Bird Bander 37(3): 129-130.

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