Pacific Southwest Research Station
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Wildlife & Fish: Bird Monitoring
Partners in Flight Monitoring and Working Group:
Publications and Reports
Below are some of the publications of the National Monitoring and
Inventory Working Group of Partners in Flight. If you have any questions about
these publications, or the Working Group, please contact
C. John Ralph.
Other Publications of Interest
Blancher, P., A. Cyr, S. Droege, D. Hussell, and L. Thomas. 1994.
Results of a U.S./Canada workshop
on monitoring of landbirds during migration and recommendations
towards a North American Migration Monitoring Program (MMP).
Unpublished report available from Peter Blancher, Canadian Wildlife
Service, Ottowa. 27 p. (PDF, 4.3 MB)
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 p.
Ralph, C.J., G.R. Geupel, P. Pyle, T.E. Martin, D.F. DeSante, and B. Mila. 1996.
Manual de metodos de campo
para el monitereo de aves terrestres. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-159.
Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department
of Agriculture; 44 p.
Ralph, C.J., J.R. Sauer, and Sam Droege, technical editors. 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. 197 p.
Last updated on October 12, 2005, by Linda