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Highlight IDTitleStrategic Program Area(s)YearStation
Photo of Fire approaching study plots during a winter controlled burned in the Ouachita Mountains. USDA Forest Service
ID: 929
Burning the Leafy Blanket: Winter Prescribed Fire and Litter Roosting Bats

Rather than hibernating in caves, some bat species in the southeastern U.S. get through the coldest parts of winter by roosting under fallen lea ...

Principal Investigator : Roger W. Perry

Wildlife and Fish2015SRS
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A pileated woodpecker foraging in a mature, unlogged forest.
ID: 1485
Forest birds benefit from a range of timber harvest strategies

Timber harvesting affects birds that rely on mature forests for breeding, foraging, and other purposes. A long-term Forest Service study tracked ...

Principal Investigator : Roger W. Perry

Wildlife and Fish2018SRS
Photo of A colony of tri-colored bats roosting in dead pine needles within a live pine tree during summer. Tri-colored bats are one of three species declining due to white-nose syndrome. S. Andrew Carter, U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1092
Guidelines to Minimize Risk of White-Nose Syndrome to Bats through Forest Management

During the course of forest operations, managers make many choices on the timing and method of improvements. The results of these choices affect ...

Principal Investigator : Roger W. Perry

Wildlife and Fish2016SRS
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ID: 425
Riparian zone width, pine plantation age, and status of conservation priority birds

Selecting 16 different bird species of conservation importance in the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas, we used models to look at the likelihood o ...

Principal Investigator : Roger W. Perry

Wildlife and Fish2011SRS