Ninth Update to a current Bibliographic Resource for the Red-cockaded Woodpecker: Updated May 2005

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Ninth Update to A Current Bibliographic Resource for the Red-cockaded Woodpecker:

Updated May 2005
1. Borgo, J. S. 2004. Reducing southern flying squirrel use of red-cockaded woodpecker cavities. Thesis, Utah State University, Logan, Utah, USA.

2. Browning, M. R. 2003. The generic distinction of pied woodpeckers. Western Birds 34:97-107.

3. Cole, J. H. 2004. Spatial and seasonal ecology of gray rat snakes proximal to red-cockaded woodpecker clusters in east-central Mississippi. Thesis, Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, Mississippi, USA.

4. Conner, R. N. , R. H. Johnson, D. C. Rudolph, and D. Saenz. 2003. Do red-cockaded woodpeckers select cavity trees based on chemical composition of pine resin? Wilson Bulletin 115:397-402.

5. Conner, R. N. , D. Saenz, D. C. Rudolph, and R. R. Schaefer. 2004. Extent of Phellinus pini decay in loblolly pines and red-cockaded woodpecker cavity trees in eastern Texas. Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden 89:315-321.

6. Conner, R. N. , C. E. Shackelford, R. R. Schaefer, and D. Saenz. 2005. The effects of fire suppression on Bachman’s sparrows in upland pine forests of eastern Texas. Bulletin of the Texas Ornithological Society 38:6-11.

7. Costa, R., and S. J. Daniels, editors. 2004. Red-cockaded woodpecker: road to recovery. Hancock House Publishers, Blaine, Washington, USA.

8. Costa, R., and N. Jordan. 2003. Biological opinion on all section 10(a)(1)(A) management, monitoring and research permits issued to all private, state and federal agencies and individuals involved with management, conservation and recovery of the red-cockaded woodpecker throughout the range of the species. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Clemson, South Carolina, USA.

9. Cox, J., and P. Spivey. 2003. Adoption in the red-cockaded woodpecker. Wilson Bulletin 115:336-39.

10. Drake, D., and E. J. Jones. 2003. Current and future red-cockaded woodpecker habitat availability on non-industrial private forestland in North Carolina. Wildlife Society Bulletin 31:661-669.

11. Driver, C., R. Fulton, J. Ollero, M. Clark, B. Tiller, and H. E. Balbach. 2005. Inhalation toxicity of cogenerated graphite flake and fog oil smoke in the brown-headed cowbird and the red-winged blackbird, size-specific inhalation surrogates for the red-cockaded woodpecker. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers ERDC/CERL TR-05-5.

12. Driver, C., A. Jarrell, J. Ollero, B. Tiller, R. Fulton, and G. Dennis. 2004. Effects of fog oil smoke on immune responses in the house sparrow (Passer domesticus) and red-winged blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus). U.S. Army Corps of Engineers ERDC/CERL TR-04-13.

13. Gault, K. E. , J. R. Walters, J. Tomcho, L. F. Phillips, and A. Butler. 2004. Nest success of southeastern American kestrels associated with red-cockaded woodpeckers in old-growth longleaf pine habitat in northwest Florida. Southeastern Naturalist 3:191-204.

14. Huebschmann, M. M., D. S. Tilley, T. B. Lynch, D. K. Lewis, and J. M. Guldin. 2002. Economic evaluation of restoring the shortleaf pine-bluestem grass ecosystem on the Ouachita National Forest. Pages 471-472 in Proceedings of the Eleventh Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference. U.S. Forest Service, Southern Research Station, Asheville, North Carolina, USA.

15. Jackson, J. A. 2002. Niche concepts and woodpecker conservation: understanding why some species are endangered. Pages 87-96 in P. Pechacek, and W. d'Oleire-Oltmanns, editors. International Woodpecker Symposium. Bayerische Landesanstalt fur Wald und Forstwirtschaft (LWF), Nationalpark Berchtesgaden, Berchtesgaden, Germany.

16. Masters, R. E., C. W. Wilson, D. S. Cram, and G. A. Bukenhofer. 2001. Reintroduction of fire benefits breeding birds in pine-grasslands (Arkansas). Ecological Restoration 19:265-266.

17. Masters, R. E., C. W. Wilson, D. S. Cram, G. A. Bukenhofer, and R. L. Lochmiller. 2000. Influence of ecosystem restoration for red-cockaded woodpeckers on breeding bird and small mammal communities. Pages 73-90 in W. N. Ford, K. R. Russell, and C. E. Moorman, editors. The role of fire in nongame wildlife management and community restoration: traditional uses and new directions. U.S. Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station, Nashville, Tennessee, USA .

18. The Nature Conservancy of Georgia. 1996. Effects of growing season burns on red-cockaded woodpecker clusters at Fort Benning Army Installation, Fort Benning, Georgia. The Nature Conservancy of Georgia, Fort Benning Endangered Species Research & Inventory , Fort Benning, Georgia, USA.

19. Oxendine, C. E. 2004. Integrating GIS with remote sensing to detect the flat-top pine tree: an important element of the red cockaded woodpecker's (Picoides borealis) habitat. Thesis, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.

20. Pasinelli, G., K. Schiegg, and J. Walters. 2004. Genetic and environmental influences on natal dispersal distance in a resident bird species. The American Naturalist 164:660-669.

21. Schaefer, R. R., R. N. Conner, D. C. Rudolph, and D. Saenz. 2004. Red-cockaded woodpecker nestling provisioning and reproduction in two different pine habitats. Wilson Bulletin 116:31-40.

22. Shipley, D. O. 2003. Geospatial analysis of vegetative characteristics associated with red-cockaded woodpecker habitat in a pine flatwoods ecosystem. Thesis, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA.

23. Smith, T., M. G. Hohmann, and R. H. Melton. 2005. Ecological risk assessment of the effects of military fog oil obscurant smoke on the red-cockaded woodpecker. US Army Corps of Engineers ERDC/CERL TR-05-4.

24. Sparks, J. C., R. E. Masters, D. M. Engle, M. W. Palmer, and G. A. Bukenhofer. 1998. Effects of late growing-season and late dormant-season prescribed fire on herbaceous vegetation in restored pine-grassland communities. Journal of Vegetation Science 9:133-142.

25. Walters, E. L. 2004. Estimating species interactions in a woodpecker tree-hole community at the individual, population, and community levels. Dissertation, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, USA.

26. Wood, D. R., L. W. Burger, J. L. Bowman, and C. L. Hardy. 2004. Avian community response to pine-grassland restoration. Wildlife Society Bulletin 32:819-828.

27. Wood, D. R., and G. A. Hurst. 1999. Red-cockaded woodpeckers and turkeys: birds of a feather? Turkey and Turkey Hunting Magazine 16:32-34.

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