Scientific Publications

Numbered Contributions

(1992-)

1. Hoover, J. P., and M. C. Brittingham. 1993. Regional variation in cowbird parasitism of Wood Thrushes. Wilson Bulletin 105: 228-238.

2. Bildstein, K. L. 1992. Causes and consequences of reversed sexual size dimorphism in raptors: the head start hypothesis. Journal of Raptor Research 26: 115-123.

3. Viverette, C. B. 1993. Oak-maple ridge-top forest (Breeding bird census -- 1992). Journal of Field Ornithology 64(Supplement): 53-54.

4. Viverette, C. B. 1993. Oak-maple slope forest (Breeding bird census -- 1992). Journal of Field Ornithology 64(Supplement): 54.

5. Gawlik, D. E., and K. L. Bildstein. 1993. Seasonal habitat use and abundance of Loggerhead Shrikes in South Carolina. Journal of Wildlife Management 57: 352-357.

6. Gawlik, D. E., and K. L. Bildstein. 1995. Differential habitat use by sympatric Loggerhead Shrikes and American Kestrels in South Carolina. Proceedings of the Western Foundation for Vertebrate Zoology 6: 163-166.

7. Bildstein, K. L., J. Brett, L. Goodrich, and C. Viverette. 1993. Shooting galleries. American Birds 47: 38-43.

8. Porneluzi, P., J. Bednarz, L. Goodrich, J. Hoover, and N. Zawada. 1993. Reproductive performance of territorial ovenbirds occupying forest fragments and a contiguous forest in Pennsylvania. Conservation Biology 7: 618-622.

9. Brett, J. J., and K. Bildstein. 1993. Pp. 367-370 in An international scheme for monitoring raptor populations at migration sites, E. T. Wilson, editor. Proceedings of the Eighth Pan African Ornithological Congress, Musee Royal de Afrique Centrale, Tervuren, Belgium.

10. Bildstein, K. L., C. B. Golden, B. J. Bohmke, and R. E. Seibels. 1993. Feeding behavior, aggression, and the conservation biology of flamingos: integrating studies of captive and free-ranging birds. American Zoologist 33: 117-125.

11. Kerlinger, P., and J. Brett. 1995. Hawk Mountain Sanctuary: a case study of birder visitation and birding economics at a private refuge. Pages 271-280 in Wildlife and recreationists: coexistence through management and research. Island Press, Washington, D. C.

12. Bildstein, K . L., and M. W. Collopy. In Press. Geographic variation in the hunting behaviour of Northern Harriers in North America: ecological and conservation implications for the genus Circus. Pp. xx-xx in Ecology and conservation of harriers. Hawk and Owl Trust, London, England.

13. Bryan, A. L., T. M. Murphy, K. L. Bildstein, I. L. Brisbin, and J. J. Mayer. 1995. Use of reservoirs and other artificial impoundments by Bald Eagles in South Carolina. Pp. 285-298 in Raptors in human landscapes, D. M. Bird, J. J. Negro, and D. Varland, editors. Academic Press, New York, New York.

14. Bartholomew-Began, S. 1993. The bryoflora of Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, Kempton, Pennsylvania. Journal of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science 67: 55-58.

15. Viverette, C. B. 1994. Oak-maple ridge-top forest (Breeding bird census --1993). Journal of Field Ornithology 65(Supplement): 61-62.

16. Viverette, C. B. 1994. Oak-maple slope forest (Breeding bird census -- 1993). Journal of Field Ornithology 65(Supplement): 62.

17. Viverette, C. B., L. Goodrich, and M. Pokras. 1994. Levels of DDE in eastern flyway populations of migrating Sharp-shinned Hawks and the question of recent declines in numbers sighted. Journal of Hawk Migration Studies 20(1): 5-7.

18. Goodrich, L. J., J. Brett, C. Viverette, and K. L. Bildstein. 1994. An invitation to join Hawks Aloft Worldwide: Hawk Mountain's raptor migration atlas project. Journal of Hawk Migration Studies 19(2):7-10.

19. Hoover, J. P., M. C. Brittingham, and L. J. Goodrich. 1994. Effect of forest patch size on nesting success of Wood Thrushes. Auk 112: 146-155.

20. Bildstein, K. L., D. E. Gawlik, D. P. Ferral, I L. Brisbin, and G. R. Wein. 1994. Wading bird use of established and newly created reactor cooling reservoirs at the Savannah River Site, near Aiken, South Carolina, USA. Hydrobiologia 279/280:71-82.

21. Powers, L., M. Pokras, K. Rio, C. Viverette, and L. Goodrich. 1994. Hematology and occurrence of hemoparasites in migrating Sharp-shinned Hawks (Accipiter striatus) during fall migration. Journal of Raptor Research 28: 178-185.

22. Bildstein, K. L., J. J. Brett, L. J. Goodrich, and C. Viverette. 1995. Hawks Aloft Worldwide: networking to protect the world's migrating birds of prey and their migratory habitats. Pp. 504-516 in Nature Conservation 4: the role of networks (D. Saunders, et al., ed.). Surrey Beatty & Sons Pty Ltd, Chipping Norton, New South Wales, Australia.

23. Viverette, C. 1995. Oak-maple slope forest (Breeding bird census -- 1994). Journal of Field Ornithology 66 (Supplement): 56.

24. Viverette, C. 1995. Oak-maple ridge-top forest (Breeding bird census -- 1994). Journal of Field Ornithology 66 (Supplement): 55-56.

25. Negro, J. J., K. L. Bildstein, and D. M. Bird. 1995. Effects of food deprivation and handling stress on fault-bar formation in nestling American Kestrels (Falco sparverius). Ardea 82:262-267.

26. Goodrich, L. J., S. T. Crocoll, and S. E. Senner. 1996. Broad-winged Hawk (Buteo platypterus). In the Birds of North America, No. 218, A. Poole and F. Gill, editors. Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia; and American Ornithologists Union, Washington, D.C.

27. Michener, W. K., E. R. Blood, K. L. Bildstein, M. M. Brinson, and L. R. Gardner. 1997. Climate change, hurricanes and tropical storms, and rising sea level in coastal wetlands. Ecological Applications 7:770-801.

28. Bunn, A., W. Klein, and K. L. Bildstein. 1995. Time-of-day effects on the numbers and behavior of non-breeding raptors seen on roadside surveys in eastern Pennsylvania. Journal of Field Ornithology 66:544-552.


29. Bildstein, K. L. Linking raptor migration science to mainstream ecology and conservation: an ambitious agenda for the 21st Century. Pages xx-xx in Proceedings of the World Working group for Birds of Prey and Owls Conference, Badajoz, Spain. WWGBP, Berlin, Germany.

30. Daub, B. C. Oak-maple ridge-top forest (Winter bird population study--1995). Journal of Field Ornithology 67(Supplement):12.

31. Daub, B. C. Oak-maple slope forest (Winter bird population study--1995). Journal of Field Ornithology 67(Supplement):12-13.

32. Frederick, P. C., K. L. Bildstein, B. Fleury, and J. Ogden. 1996. Conservation of large nomadic populations of White Ibises in the United States. Conservation Biology 10: 203-216.

33. Viverette, C. B., S. Struve, L. J. Goodrich, and K. L. Bildstein. 1996. Decreases in migrating Sharp-shinned Hawks (Accipiter striatus) at traditional watchsites in eastern North America. Auk 113: 32-40.

34. Allen, P. E., L. J. Goodrich, and K. L. Bildstein. 1996. Within- and among-year effects of cold fronts on migrating raptors at Hawk Mountain, Pennsylvania, 1934-1991. Auk 113: 329-338.

35. MacWhirter, B., and K. L. Bildstein. 1996. Northern Harrier (Circus cyaneus). Number 210 in The birds of North America, No. 210, A. Poole and F. Gill, editors. The Academy of Natural Sciences and the American Ornithologists' Union, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Washington, D. C.

36. Noojibail, G. 1995. A relationship between songbird breeding success, small mammal abundance and fragmented forests in eastern Pennsylvania. The Meadowlark (Journal of Illinois Ornithology) 4:7-11.

37. Goodrich, L. J., and K. L. Bildstein. 1995. Forest fragmentation and bird habitats, Hawk shooting, and Peregrine Falcon. Pages 287-288, 343, and 514-515 in Conservation and environmentalism: an encyclopedia, R. Paehlke, editor. Garland, New York, New York.

38. Bildstein, K. L. In Press. Group foraging in colonial waterbirds. In Colonial breeding in waterbirds: evolutionary causes and functional consequences, F. Cezilly, H. Hafner, and D. N. Nettleship, eds. Oxford Univ. Pr., Oxford, England.  

39. Jie, D., A. Eakright, L. Goodrich, and C. Viverette. Oak-maple slope forest (Breeding Bird census -- 1995). J. Field Ornithology 67 (Supplement): 47.

40. Eakright, A., D. Jie, L. Goodrich, and C. Viverette. Oak-maple ridge-top forest (Breeding Bird Census -- 1995). J. Field Ornithology 67 (Supplement): 47.

41. Goodrich, L. J., C. Viverette, S. E. Senner, and K. L. Bildstein. 1998. Long-term use of Breeding Bird Census plots to monitor populations of Neotropical migrants breeding in deciduous forest in eastern Pennsylvania, USA. Pages 151-166 in Measuring and monitoring forest biodiversity. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D. C.

42. Ardia, D. 2001. Use of nestboxes by roosting American Kestrels wintering in eastern Pennsylvania. Journal of Raptor Research 35:58-61.  042

43. Ottinger, J. and K. L. Bildstein. 2000. Spring raptor migration summary. Pennsylvania Birds 14:94-96.

44. Valdez, U., S. Robertson, B. Robertson, and K. L. Bildstein. 2000. Nestbox use by American Kestrels (Falco sparverius) and European Starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) in eastern Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Birds 14:150-153.

45. DeCandido, R., D. Allen, and K. L. Bildstein. 2001. The migration of Steppe Eagles (Aquila nipalensis) and other raptors in central Nepal, autumn 1999. Journal of Raptor Research 35:35-39.

46. Wiehn, J. 1997. Plumage characteristics and reproductive fitness in American Kestrels. Journal of Avian Biology 28:47-55.

47. Wiehn, J., E. Korpimaki, and K. L. Bildstein. Plumage characteristics and blood parasites in American Kestrels. Ethology 103:304-317.

48. Ardia, D., and K. L. Bildstein. 1997. Sex-related differences in habitat selection in wintering American Kestrels. Animal Behaviour 53:1305-1311.

49. Bohall Wood, P., C. Viverette, L. Goodrich, M. Pokras, and C. Tibbott. 1996. Environmental contaminant levels in Sharp-shinned Hawks from the eastern United States. Journal of Raptor Research 30: 136-144.

50. Atkinson, E. C., L. J. Goodrich, and K. L. Bildstein. 1996. A temporal field guide to autumn raptor migration at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Birds 10:134-137.

51.  Bildstein, K. L.  1997.  Factors influencing short- and long-term chances in raptor migration at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, USA, 1934-1995.  Buteo 9:5-15.

52. Bildstein, K. L. 1997. Wading-bird science: a guide for the twenty-first century. Colonial Waterbirds 20(1):138-142.

53. Atkinson, E. 1997. Singing for your supper: acoustical luring of avian prey by Northern Shrikes. Condor 99:203-206.

54. Bildstein. K. L., Wendy Schelsky, J. Zalles, and S. Ellis. 1998. Conservation status of tropical raptors. Journal of Raptor Research 32: 3-18.

55. Maransky, B., L. Goodrich, and K. Bildstein. 1997. Seasonal shifts in the effects of weather on the visible migration of Red-tailed Hawks at Hawk Mountain, Pennsylvania, 1992-1994. Wilson Bull.,109(2): 246-252.

56. Bildstein, K. L. and J. I. Zalles. 2001. Raptor migration along the Mesoamerican land corridor. Pages 119-141, Hawkwatching in the Americas (Proceedings of the Hawk Migration Association of North America's 25th Anniversary 2000 conference), edited by Keith L. Bildstein and Daniel Klem, Jr. Hawk Migration Association of North America, North Wales, Pennsylvania.

57. Rodriguez, F., M. Martell, P. Nye, and K. L. Bildstein. Osprey migration through Cuba. Pages 107-117, Hawkwatching in the Americas (Proceedings of the Hawk Migration Association of North America's 25th Anniversary 2000 conference), edited by Keith L. Bildstein and Daniel Klem, Jr. Hawk Migration Association of North America, North Wales, Pennsylvania.

58. DeSanto, T. L., J. W. Johnston, and K. L. Bildstein. 1997. Wetland feeding site use by White Ibises (Eudocimus albus) breeding in coastal South Carolina. Colonial Waterbirds 20:167-176.

59. Bildstein, K. L. and J. Zalles.  1998.  Moving targets: the science and conservation of migrating raptors in the Western Hemisphere. Proceedings of the migrating birds know no boundaries symposium and workshop.  Torgos 28:97-108.

60. Ardia, D. R. and K. L. Bildstein. 2001. Sex-related differences in habitat use in wintering American kestrels. Auk 118:746-750.

61. Aradis, A. 2000. Magnitude and seasonal timing of Northern Harrier (Circus cyaneus) migration at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, Pennsylvania, 1936-1999. American Hawkwatcher 26:16-20.

62. Rohrbaugh, R. W. and R. H. Yahner. 1997. Effects of macrohabitat and microhabitat on nest-box use and nesting success of American Kestrels. Wilson Bulletin 109:41-423.

63. Hoover, J., and M. Brittingham. 1998. Nest-site selection and nesting success of Wood Thrushes. Wilson Bulletin 110:375-383.

64. Wilson, G., M. Brittingham, and L. J. Goodrich. 1998. How well do artificial nests estimate the success of real nests. The Condor100:357-364.

65. Bildstein, K. L. 1998. Long-term counts of migrating raptors: a role for volunteers in wildlife research. Journal of Wildlife Management 62:435-445.

66. Castellucci, S. A., S. B. Oplinger, and J. R. Klucsarits. 1998. Hematology and detection of hemoparasites in the American Kestrel (Falco sparverius) during summer nesting period. Journal of the Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences72(1):29-31.

67. Klucsarits, J. R., B. Robertson, and S. Robertson. 1997. Breeding success of American Kestrels nesting in boxes in eastern Pennsylvania, 1987-1994. Pennsylvania Birds 11:138-140.

68. Bildstein, K. L. 2001. Raptors as vermin: the history of human attitudes towards Pennsylvania's birds of prey. Endangered Species Update.  18: 124-128.

69. Bildstein, K. L. and D. Klem, Jr., editors. Hawkwatching in the Americas. Proceedings of the 25th anniversary meeting of the Hawk Migration Association of North America. Hawk Migration Association of North America, North Wales, Pennsylvania.

70. Bildstein, K. L., J. I. Zalles, J. Ottinger, and K. McCarty. 2000. Conservation biology of the world's migratory raptors: status and strategies. Pages 573-590 in Raptors at Risk, Chancellor, R. D. and B.-U. Meyburg, eds. World Working Group on Birds of Prey and Owls, Berlin, Germany.

71. McCarty, K. M., M. Farhoud, J. Ottinger, L. G. Goodrich, and K. L. Bildstein. Spring migration at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, 1969-1998. Pennsylvania Birds 13:11-15.

72. Olivo, C. 2001. Conservation status and knowledge of raptor migration in Bolivia. Newsletter of the World Working Group on Birds of Prey and Owls. 29/32: 34-40.

73. McCarty, K., and K. L. Bildstein. 2001. Spring raptor migration summary 2001. Pennsylvania Birds. 15(2):53-56.

74. Bildstein, K. L. and K. Meyer. 2000. Sharp-shinned Hawk (Accipiter striatus).  The birds of North America.  482:1-28.

75. Bartholomew-Began, S. 1999.  Additions to the bryoflora of Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, Berks County, Pennsylvania.  Journal of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science 73(1):3-9.

76.  Smallwood, J. A., C. Natale, K. Steenhof, M. Meetz, C. D. Marti, R. J. Melvin, G. R. Bartolotti, R. Robertson, S. Robertson, W. R. Shuford, S. A. Lindemann, and B. Tornwall.  1999.  Clinal variation in the juvenal plumage of American Kestrels.  J. Field Ornithol. 70(3):425-435.

77. Inzunza, E. R., S. W. Hoffman, L. J. Goodrich, and R. Tingay.  2000. Conservation strategies for the world's largest known raptor migration flyway: Veracruz the river of raptors. Raptors at Risk:591-596.

78. Zegers, D. A., F. May, and L. J. Goodrich.  2000.  Identification of nest predators at farm/forest edge and forest interior sites.  Journal of Field Ornithology 71(2):207-216.

79. Bildstein, K. L. 1999. Racing with the sun: the forced migration of the Broad-winged Hawk.  Gatherings of angels: 79-92.

80. Bildstein, K. L. 2000. Mountaintop science: the history of conservation ornithology at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary. 153-181 in Contributions to the history of North American ornithology. Memoirs of the Nuttall Ornithological Club, Boston, Massachusetts.

81. Miller, M. W., and M. Monroe.  1999.  Black Rail in Berks County. Pennsylvania Birds 13(1): 80-81.

82. Jacobson, M. A., and W. Potter.  1999.  A comparison of Red-shouldered Hawk autumn migration counts at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary and Bake Oven Knob, Pennsylvania, 1982-1998. American Hawkwatcher 25: 11-16.

83. Castaño, A. M., and K. L. Bildstein. 1999. Hawks Aloft Worldwide, estrategia cooperativa para la protección de las rapaces migratorias del mundo. Boletín SAO 10: 55-64.

84. Ottinger, J., and K. L. Bildstein. 2000. Autumn raptor migration summary 1999. Pennsylvania Birds 13: 190-196.

85. Zalles, J. I., and K. L. Bildstein, eds. 2000. Raptor watch: a global directory of raptor migration sites. Birdlife International, Cambridge, England; and Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, Kempton, Pennsylvania.  

86. Bildstein, K. L., and M. Saborio. 2000. Spring migration counts of raptors and New World vultures in Costa Rica. Ornitologia Neotropical 11:197-205.

87. Bildstein, K. L.  2001.  Why migratory birds of prey make great biological indicators.  Hawkwatching in the Americas:169-179.

88. Barber, D. R., T. E. Martin, M. A. Melchiors, R. E. Thill, and T. B. Wigley. 2001. Nest success of birds in different silviculture treatments in southeastern U.S. pine forests. Conservation Biology 15:196-207.  

89. Barber, D.R., P. M. Barber, and P. G. Jablonski. 2000. Painted Redstart (Myioborus pictus). No. 528 in The birds of North America, No. 528, A. Poole and F. Gill, editors.  The Academy of Natural Sciences and the American Ornithologists' Union, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Washington, D. C.

90. Maransky, B. P., and K. L. Bildstein. 2001. Follow your elders: age-related differences in the migration behavior of Broad-winged hawks at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, Pennsylvania. Wilson Bulletin 113: 350-353.

91. Yosef, R., P. Tryjanowski, and K. L. Bildstein. 2002. Spring migration of adult and immature buzzards (Buteo buteo) through Eilat, Israel: timing and body size. Journal of Raptor Research 36:115-120.

92. Swartzenruber, B. A. and H. M. Beck.  2001.  A comparison of counts of migrating Red-tailed Hawks seen at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary and Bake Oven Knob, Pennsylvania, 1961-2000.  American Hawkwatcher 27:11-17.

93. Ardia, D. R. 2002. Energetic consequences of sex-related habitat segregation in wintering American Kestrels. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 80: 516-523. 

94. Bildstein, K. L., F. Rodriguez Santana, L. O. Melian, and M. Martell. 2002.  A new migration route for Swallow-tailed Kite Elanoidesforficatusin east Cuba.  Cotinga 18:93-95.

95. McCarty, K. and K. L. Bildstein. 2005.  Using Autumn Hawk Watch to track raptor migration and monitor populations of North American birds of prey. Pages 718-725 in U. S. Forest Service Technical Publication PSW-GTR-191.

96.  McCarty, K., and K. L. Bildstein.  2001.  Autumn raptor migration summary 2001. Pennsylvania Birds 15: 218-224.

97.  Yosef, R., L. Fornasari, P. Tryjanowski, M. J. Bechard, G. S. Kaltenecker, and K. Bildstein.  2003.  Differential spring migration of adult and juvenile Levant Sparrowhawks Accipiter brevipes through Eilat , Israel .  Journal of Raptor Research 37: 31-36.

98.  Miller, M. W., E. M. Greenstone, W. Greenstone, and K. L. Bildstein.  In press. Timing and magnitude of Broad-winged Hawk migration at Montclair Hawk Lookout, New Jersey, and Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, Pennsylvania .  Wilson Bulletin 114: 479-484.

99.  Steve Hawk, Nigar Agayeva Chingiz kizi, John Musina, and Kyle McCarty .  2002.  Ridge Adherence in Bald Eagles Migrating along the Kittatinny Ridge between Bake Oven Knob and Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, Autumn 1998-2001.  American Hawkwatcher 28:11-17.

100.  Bildstein, K.L., and J.I. Zalles.  2005.  Old World versus New World long-distance migration in accipiters, buteos, and falcons: the interplay of migration ability and global biogeography.  Pages 154-167, in Birds of Two Worlds: The Ecology and Evolution of Migratory Birds (R. Greenberg and P. Marra, eds.).  John Hopkins Press, Baltimore Maryland.

101.  Rodriguez Santana, F., L. M. Hernandez, M. Martell, and K. L. Bildstein.  In press.  Raptor migration at La Gran Piedra, eastern Cuba , 2001.  Journal of Raptor Research 37: 330-333.

102.  Bildstein, K. L. and E. Inigo-Elias.  Raptors.  2003.  In Wildlife Spectacles.  Conservation International.  Washington, D. C.

103.  Bildstein, K. L.  Raptor migration in the Neotropics: patterns, processes, and evolutionary consequences. Ornitologia Neotropical 15(Suppl.): 83-99.

104. Teter, S., A. Khalilieh, E. Ashworth , S. Wamiti , L. Bonner.  2003.  Ridge adherence in Golden Eagles Migrating along the Kittatinny Ridge between Bake Oven Knob and Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, Autumn 2000-2002.  American Hawkwatcher 29: 9-14.

105.  Senner, N. R., L. J. Goodrich, D. R. Barber, and M. W. Miller. 2003.  Ovenbird nest site selection within a large, contiguous forest in eastern Pennsylvania : variations in microhabitat at used and unused sites.  Journal of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science, Vol. 78: xx-xx.

106.  Inzunza, E., S. W. Hoffman, and L. J. Goodrich.  Stopover ecology of Neotropical migrants in central Veracruz, Mexico.  2004.  Bird Conservation Implementation and Integration in the Americas:  Proceedings of the Third International Partners in Flight Conference 2002.  U.S.D.A. Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-191.

107.  Gurung, S. B., S. Gurung, and K. McCarty.  2004.  Autumn 2003 raptor migration in central Nepal .  International Hawkwatcher 9: 12-15.

108.  DeCandido, C. Nualsri, D. Allen, D., and K. L. Bildstein.  Autumn 2003 raptor migration at Chumphon , Thailand : a globally significant raptor migration watchsite in South-East Asia .  Forktail 20:41-46.

109.  McCarty, K.  2004.  Autumn raptor migration summary 2003.  Pennsylvania Birds 17: 269-276.

110.  Olivio, C.  2004.  Cold fronts and raptor migration in Bolivia.  Ornitologia Neotropical 16:109-115.

111.  Olivo, C.  2004.  Migration patterns of Mississippi Kites (Ictinia mississippiensis) in the eastern lowlands of Bolivia Ornitologia Neotropical 15:261-266.

112.   McCarty, K.  2004.  Spring raptor migration summary 2003.  Pennsylvania Birds 18(4): 223-230.

113.  Katzner, T., A. Gavashelishvilli, S. Sklyarenko, M. McGrady, J. Shergalin, and K. L. Bildstein. Population and conservation status of Griffon Vultures in the former Soviet Union. 235-240 in Raptors worldwide, ed. by R. D. Chancellor and B. U. Meyberg. World Working Group for Birds of prey and owls, Berlin, Germany.

115.  Porras-Peñaranda, P., L. Robichaud, and F. Branch.  2004.  New full-season count sites for raptor migration in Talamanca , Costa Rica .  Ornitologia Neotropical 15 (Suppl.): 267-278.

116.  Gurung, S.,  C. Lattin, R. Robles., V. Sympson, and G. Quigly. 2004.  A comparison of counts of migrating Cooper's Hawks at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary and Bake Oven Knob, Pennsylvania, 1961 - 2003.  American Hawkwatcher 30:9-16.

117.  Bildstein, K. L., J.P. Smith, and R. Yosef.  2007.  Migration counts and monitoring.  Pages 101-116 in Raptor research and management and techniques, edited by D. M Bird and K. L. Bildstein.  Hancock House Publishers.  Blain, Washington, USA.

118.  Katzner, T., S. Robertson, B. Robertson, J. Klucsarits, K. McCarty, and K. Bildstein. 2005.  Results from a long-term nest-box program for American Kestrels: implications for improved population monitoring and conservation.  Journal of Field Ornithology 76(3):217-225.

119.  Jensen, W. J., M. S. Gregory, G. A. Baldassarre, F. J. Vilella, and K. L. Bildstein. 2005. Raptor abundance and distribution in the Llanos wetlands of Venezuela. J. Raptor Res. 39(4):417-428.

120. Porras-Penaranda. P. and K. McCarty. 2005. Autumn 2004 Raptor Migration at Talamanca, Costa Rica. International Hawkwatcher 10:3-6.

121.  DeCandido, R., and D. J. Allen. 2005. First nesting of Cooper's Hawks (Accipiter cooperii) in New York City since 1955.  J. Raptor Research 39(1):109.

122.  Ferland-Raymond, B., M. Bachand, D. Thomas, & K. Bildstein.  2005.  Flapping rates of migrating and foraging Turkey Vultures Cathartes aurain Costa Rica.  Vulture News 53:4-9.

123.  DeCandido, R., D. Allen, and R. Yosef.  Comparison of spring migration     phenology of Bee-eaters and Oriental Honey-Buzzards (Pernis ptilorhyncus)at  Tanjung Tuan, Malaysia 2000-01.  Ardea 92(2): 169-173.

124.  DeCandido, D. Allen.  Nocturnal hunting by Peregrine Falcons at the Empire State Building, New York City.  2006.  The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 118(1):53-58.

125.  Goodrich, L. J., M. C. Brittingham, J. A. Bishop, and P. Barber. 2006. An interagency-led effort: biodiversity conservation in Pennsylvania: a summary of the status of wildlife habitat and habitat threats statewide. Pp. 559-567 in Biodiversity conservation handbook: State, local, and private protection of biological diversity, ed. by R. B. McKinstry, Jr., C. Ripp, and E. Lisy.  Environmental Law Institue, Washington, D. C.

126.  Farmer Hall, G. 2005.  Spring Raptor Migration Summary.   Pennsylvania Birds 19(2): 115-117.

127.  DeCandido, R., R. O. Bierregaard, Jr., M. S. Martell, and K. L. Bildstein.  2006.  Evidence of nocturnal migration by Osprey (Pandion haliaetus) in North America and Western Europe.  Journal of Raptor Research 40(2): 156-158.
 
128.  Munroe, D., D.W. Thomas, and M.M. Humphries.  2005.  Torpor patterns of hibernating eastern chipmunks (Tamias striatus) vary in response to the size and fatty acid composition of food hoards.  Journal of Animal Ecology 74: 692-700.

129.  Ardia, D.  2006.  Glycated hemoglobin and albumin reflect nestling growth and condition in American Kestrels. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology,Part A, 143: 62-66.

130.  Bildstein, K. L.  In press.  Migrating raptors of the world: their ecology and conservation.  Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY.  

131. Farmer, G. Autumn raptor migration summary 2005. Pennsylvania Birds 19: 198-205.

132. Robert DeCandido, D. Allen, and K. L. Bildstein. 2006. Spring migration of Oriental Honey-buzzards Pernis ptilorhyncus and other rpators at Tanjung Tuan, Malaysia, 2000-2001. Forktail 22: 156-160.

133.  Gavashelishvili, A. 2005. Vulture movements in the Caucasus. Vulture News 53:28-29.

134.  Gavashelishvili, A., & M. J. McGrady.  2006.  Some results of research on the Cinereous Vulture Aegypius monachusin Georgia.  Vulture News 54:4-10.

135.  Careau, V., J. Therrien, P. Porras, D. Thomas, and K. Bildstein.  2006.  Soaring and gliding flight of migrating Broad-winged Hawks: Behavior in the Nearctic and Neotropics compared.  The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 118(4):471-477.

136. Reudink, M. W., S. G. Mech, S. P. Mullen, and R. L. Curry. 2007.  Structure and dynamics of the hybrid zone between Black-capped and Carolina chickadees in southeastern Pennsylvania.  Auk 124: 463-478.

137. Curry. R.L., L.M. Rossano, and M.W. Reudink. In press. Behavioral aspects of chickadee hybridization. Chapter 7 in K. Otter, editor. Ecology and behavior of chickadees and titmice: an integrated approach. Oxford University Press, Oxford, England.  

138. Gavashelishvili, L. 2005. Vultures of Georgia and the Caucasus. Georgian Center for the Conservation of Wildlife and Buneba Print Publishing. Tiblisi, Georgia. 96 pages.

139. Mandel, J., and K. L. Bildstein.  2007.  Turkey Vultures use anthropogenic thermals to extend their daily activity period.  Wilson Journal of Ornithology 119:102-105.

140. Gavashelishvili, A and M. J. McGrady.  2006.  Breeding site selection by Bearded Vulture (Gyptaeus barbatus) and Eurasian Griffon (Gyps fulvus) in the Caucasus. Animal Conservation 9:159-170.

141. Farmer, C., D. Husseli, and D. Mizrahi.  2007.  Detecting Population Trends in Migratory Birds of Prey.  The Auk 124:1047-1062.

142. Zemba, L. Spring raptor migration summary 2006. Pennsylvania Birds.  Pennsylvania Birds 20:71-73.  

143. Mandel, J. T., K. L. Bildstein, G. Bohrer, and D. W. Winkler.  2008. Movement ecology of migration in Turkey Vultures. PNAS 105(49): 19102-19107.

144. Bildstein, Bechard, Campo, Farmer. 2007. Seasonal abundances and distributions of black vultures (Corragyps atratus) and turkey vultures (Cathartes Aura) in Costa Rica and Panama: Evidence for reciprocal migration in the Neotropics. Neotropical Raptors (Bildstein et al., Eds.), Pages 47-60.

145.  Farmer, G., K. McCarty, S. Robertson, B. Robertson, and K. L. Bildstein.  2006.  Suspected predation by accipiters on radio-tracked American Kestrels (Falco sparverius) in Eastern Pennsylvania, U.S.A.  J. Raptor Res. 40(4):297-300.

146.  McGrady, M. J. and A. Gavashelishvili.  2006.  Tracking vultures from the Caucasus into Iran .  Podoces  1(1/2):21-26.  

147.  Tingay, R. E., M. A. C. Nicoll, and S. Visal.  2006.  Status and distribution of the Grey-headed Fish-eagle (Ichthyophaga ichthyaetus) in the Prek Toal core area of Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia .  Journal of Raptor Research 40: 277-283.  

148.  Rusbuldt, J. J., J. R. Klucsarits, S. Robertson, and B. Robertson.  2006.  Reproductive Success of American Kestrels Using Nest Boxes in Eastern Pennsylvania, 1992-2005.  Pennsylvania Birds. 20(3):112-117.

149. Zemba, L. Autumn raptor migration summary 2007. Pennsylvania Birds. Pennsylvania Birds 20-177-183.

150.  Medica, D., R. Clauser, K. Bildstein. 2007.  Prevalence of West Nile Virus Antibodies in a Breeding Population of American Kestrels (Falco sparverius) in Pennsylvania.  Journal of Wildlife Diseases 43:538-541.

151.  Bildstein, K. L., D. R. Barber, and A. Zimmerman, eds. 2007. Neotropical raptors: proceedings of the Second Neotropical Raptors Network Congress.  Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, Orwigsburg, PA.  

152.   Bildstein, K. L. 208. A brief history of raptor conservation in North America. In The State of North America's birds of prey (K. L. Bildstein, J. Smith, and E. Ruelas, eds.). Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, Orwigsburg, PA.

153. Bildstein, K., C. J. Farmer, and R. Yosef. Raptor population monitoring: examples from migration watchsites in North America. 2009. Avocetta 33:43-51.

155. Seipke, S. H., A. M. Castaño, and K. L. Bildstein.  2007.  Spanish common names of raptors in Latin America.  Pages 229-256 in Neotropical Raptors (K. L. Bildstein, D. R. Barber, and A. Zimmerman, eds.).  Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, Orwigsburg, PA.

156.  Bildstein, K. L., J. Smith, and E. Ruelas Inzunza.  2008.  The future of raptor migration monitoring in North America.  In The State of North America's birds of prey (K. L. Bildstein, J. Smith, and E. Ruelas, eds.).  Series in Ornithology No. 3, Nuttall Ornithological Club and American Ornithologists' Union, Washington, D.C.

157. Goodrich, L. J. and J. Smith. 2008. Raptor migration in North America. In The State of North America's birds of prey (K. L. Bildstein, J. Smith, and E. Ruelas, eds.).  Series in Ornithology No. 3, Nuttall Ornithological Club and American Ornithologists' Union, Washington, D. C.  

158. Farmer, C. J. and D. T. Hussell. 2008. The Raptor Population Index in practice. In The State of North America's birds of prey (K. L. Bildstein, J.  Smith, and E. Ruelas, eds.). Series in Ornithology No. 3, Nuttall Ornithological Club and American Ornithologists' Union, Washington, D. C. 

159. Farmer, C. J., R. J. Bell, B. Drolet, E. Greenstone, L. Goodrich, D. Grove, D. J. T. Hussell, D. Mizrahi, F. Nicoletti, and J. Sodergren. 2008. Trends in autumn counts of migratory raptors in northeastern North America, 1974-2004. In The State of North America's birds of prey (K. L. Bildstein, J. Smith, and E. Ruelas, eds.). Series in Ornithology No. 3, Nuttall Ornithological Club and American Ornithologists' Union, Washington, D. C.

160. Smith, J. P., C. J. Farmer, S. W. Hoffman, G. S. Keltenecker, K. Z. Woodruff, and P. F. Sherrington. 2008. Trends in autumn counts of migratory raptors in western North America, 1983-2005. In The State of North America's birds of prey (K. L. Bildstein, J. Smith, and E. Ruelas, eds.). Series in Ornithology No. 3, Nuttall Ornithological Club and American Ornithologists' Union, Washington, D. C.

161. Smith, J. P., C. J. Farmer, S. W. Hoffman, C. Lott, L. J. Goodrich, J. Simon, C. Riley, and Ernesto Ruelas Inzuna. 2008. Trends in autumn counts of migratory raptors around the Gulf of Mexico, 1995-2005. In The State of North America's birds of prey (K. L. Bildstein, J. Smith, and E. Ruelas, eds.). Series in Ornithology No. 3, Nuttall Ornithological Club and American Ornithologists' Union, Washington, D. C.

163. Farmer, C. J., L. J. Goodrich, E. Ruelas Inzunza, J. P. Smith. 2008. Conservation status reports of North American raptors. In The State of North America's birds of prey (K. L. Bildstein, J. Smith, and E. Ruelas, eds.). Series in Ornithology No. 3, Nuttall Ornithological Club and American Ornithologists' Union, Washington, D. C.

166. Sarasola, J. H., J. J. Negro, K. A. Hobson, G. R. Bortolotti, and K. L. Bildstein. 2008. Can a “wintering area effect” explain population status of Swainson’s hawks: A stable isotope approach.  Diversity and Distributions 14: 686-691.

168. Michener  W.K.  K.L. Bildstein  A. McKee  R.R. Parmenter  W.W. Hargrove  D. McClearn  and M. Stromberg. 2009.  Biological Field Stations:  Research Legacies and Sites for Serendipity. BioScience 59: 300-310.

172. Bildstein, K.L. 2010. Diurnal Raptor Migration. Pages 99-110 in Avian ecology and conservation:  a Pennsylvania focus with national implications.  (S. K. Majumdar, T. L. Master, M. Brittingham, R. M. Ross, R. Mulvihill, and J. Huffman, eds.).  Pennsylvania Academy of Science, Harrisburg, PA.   

173.  Klem, D., Jr., C. J. Farmer, N. Delacretaz, Y. Celb, and P. G. Saenger.  2009.  Architectural and landscape fctors associated with bird-glass collissions in an urban envitronment.  Wilson Journal of Ornithology 121: 126- 134.

174. Faaborg, J., R.T. Holmes, A.D. Anders, K.L. Bildstein, K.M. Dugger, S.A. Gauthreaux, P. Heglund, K.A. Hobson, A.E. Jahn, D.H. Johnson, S.C. Latta, D.J. Levey, P.P. Marra, C.L. Merkord, E. Nol, S.I. Rothstein, T.W. Sherry, T.S.Sillett, F.R. Thompson, and N. Warnock. Recent advances in understanding migration systems of new world landbirds. Ecological Monographs 20: 398-418.

175. Brittingham. M.C. and L.J. Goodrich. 2010. Habitat Fragmentation: A Threat to Pennsylvania's Forest Birds. Avian Ecology and Conservation: A Pennsylvania Focus with nation Implications, 15: 204-216.

176. Bildstein K. L., M. J. Bechard, C. Farmer, and L. Newcomb. 2009. Narrow sea crossings present major obstacles to migrating Griffon Vultures (Gyps fulvus). Ibis 151: 382-391.

177. Faaborg, J., R.T. Holmes, A.D. Anders, K.L. Bildstein, K.M. Dugger, S.A. Gauthreaux, P. Heglund, K.A. Hobson, A.E. Jahn, D.H. Johnson, S.C. Latta, D.J. Levey, P.P. Marra, C.L. Merkord, E. Nol, S.I. Rothstein, T.W. Sherry, T.S.Sillett, F.R. Thompson, and N. Warnock. Conserving migratory landbirds in the New World: Do we know enough? Ecological Monographs.

178. Goodrich, L.J. Autumn Raptor Migration Summary 2008. Pennsylvania Birds.  Pennsylvania Birds 22: 200-206.

179. D.L. Medica and K.L. Bildstein. 2009. Annual Variation in West Nile Virus Antibodies in American Kestrels (Falco sparverius) in Eastern Pennsylvania. Journal of Raptor Research 43(4): 301-307.

181. Kunkle, D., L. Goodrich, D. Barber, C. Farmer, and K. Bildstein. 2009. Movements of Red-tailed Hawks Color-marked on the Kittatinny Ridge in Eastern Pennsylvania. Hawk Migration Studies 34(2): 18-24.

183. Farmer, C.J. and J.P. Smith. 2009. Migration Monitoring Indicates Widespread Declines of American Kestrels (Falco sparverius) in North America. Journal of Raptor Research 43(4): 263-273.

186. Farmer, C.J., J.P. Smith. 2010. Seasonal differences in migration counts of Raptors: utility of spring counts for population monitoring. Journal of Raptor Research 44(2): 101-112.

187. Goodrich, L.J. Autumn Raptor Migration Summary 2009. Pennsylvania Birds Vol 23, No. 4.

188. Houston, C. S., D. R. Barber, B. Terry, M. J. Stoffel, M. Blom, J. Mandel, and K. L. Bildstein.  2008.  Hourly distances and altitudes of a recently-fledged Turkey Vulture on its first southbound migration.  Blue Jay 66:148-157.

190. Farmer, C.J., K. Safi, D.R. Barber, I. Newton, M. Martell, and K.L. Bildstein. 2010. Efficacy of Migration counts for monitoring continental populations of raptors: an example using the osprey (Pandion haliaetus). The Auk 127(3): 863-870.

191. Ananian, V., K. Aghababyan, Siranush Tumanyan, Grigor Janoyan, and Keith Bildstein. 2010. Shikra Accipiter badius breeding in Armenia. Sandgrouse 32:151-155.

193. Inzunza, E.R., L.J. Goodrich, and S.W. Hoffman. 2010. Cambios en las poblaciones de aves rapaces migratorias en Veracruz, Mexico, 1005-2005. Acta Zoologica Mexicana 26(3): 495-525.

195. Goodrich, L.J. Spring Migration Summary. 2010. Pennsylvania Birds Vol. 24 No. 10.

196. Barber, D.R. and K. Bildstein. 2011. A lightweight portable, walk-in trap for catching vultures. Vulture News 60: 22-25.

197. Mandel, J.T., D.W. Winkler, D. Barber, C. Stuart Houston, and K.L. Bildstein. Migration path annotation: cross-continental study of migration-flight response to environmental conditions. Ecological Applications. In Print.

199. Brittingham, M.C. and L.J. Goodrich. 2010. Wildlife habitat: the key to abundance, distribution, and diversity. Pages 10-10 in Terrestrial vertebrates of Pennsylvania (M.A. Steele, et. al. eds). Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore Maryland.

200. Goodrich, L.J. 2010. Sharp-shinned Hawk. Pages 237-241 in Terrestrial vertebrates of Pennsylvania (M.A. Steele, et. al. eds). Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore Maryland.

201. Goodrich, L.J. 2010. Broad-winged Hawk. Pages 243-247 in Terrestrial vertebrates of Pennsylvania (M.A. Steele, et. al. eds). Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore Maryland.

202. Goodrich, L.J. Autumn Raptor Migration Summary 2010. Pennsylvania Birds Vol. 24, No. 4. 

203. Bernard, M.J., L.J. Goodrich, W.M. Tzilkowski, and M.C. Brittingham. 2011.  Site fidelity and lifeteime territorial consistency of ovenbirds (Seiurus aurocapilla) in a contiguous forest.  The Auk 128(4): 633-642.

204. Batista, C., R. Miro, G. Angehr, and K.L. Bildstein. 2004.  More than Three Million Migrating Raptors Counted Ocean-to-Ocean in Panama.  Autumn 2004.  Hawk Migration Studies-Fall pg. 5-6.

205. Juhant. M.A. 2011.  Where to watch raptor migration in South America.  Neotropical Birding 9: 8-16.

206. Bilstein, K.L, and B.G. Peterjohn. 2012.  The Future of Banding in Raptor Science. Journal of Raptor Research 46(1): 3-11.

207. Ferrer, M., K.L. Bildstein, V. Penteriani, E. Casado, M. de Lucas. 2011. Why Birds with Deferred Sexual Maturity Are Sedentary on Islands:  A Systematic Review. PLoS ONE, July 6(7): 1-7.

208. Goodrich, L.J., C.J. Farmer, D.R. Barber, and K.L. Bildstein. What banding tells us about the movement ecology of raptors.  2012. Journal of Raptor Research 46(1): 27-35. 

210. Bildstein, K.L. 2011.  Counting the 'lost generation:' improving the accuracy of population assessments in birds.  Animal Conservation 14: 336-337.

211. Bohrer, G., D. Brandes, J. T. Mandel, K. L. Bildstein, T. A. Miller, M. Lanzone, T. Katzner, C. Maisonneuve, and J.A. Tremblay. 2011. Estimating updraft velocity components over large spatial scales: contrasting migration strategies of golden eagles and turkey vultures.  Ecology Letters 2011.

212. Katzner, T., B.W. Smith, T. A. Miller, D. Brandes, J. Cooper, M. Lanzone, D. Brauning, C. Farmer, S. Harding, D. Kramar, C. Koppie, C. Maisonneuve, M. Martell, E.K. Mojica, C. Todd, J.A. Tremblay, M. Wheeler, D.F. Brinker, T.E. Chubbs, R. Gubler, K. O’Malley, S. Mehus, B. Porter, R.P. Brooks, B.D. Watts, and K.L. Bildstein. 2012. Status, biology and conservation priorities for North America’s eastern Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) population. The Auk. 129(1): 168-176.

216.Juhant, M.A. 2012. Where to watch raptor migration in the Caribbean. Neotropical Birding 11: 4-15. 

219. Therrien, J.-F, L. J. Goodrich, D.R. Barber, and K.L. Bildstein. 2012. A long-term database on raptor migration at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, northeastern United States.  Ecology 93(8): 1979.

221. Gavashelishvili, A., M. McGrady, M. Ghasabian and K. L. Bildstein.  2012. Movements and habitat use by immature Cinereous Vultures (Aegypius monachus) from the Caucasus.  Bird Study, iFirst pp. 1-14. 

225. Therrien, J.F., G. Gauthier, E. Korpimaki, and J. Bety. 2014. Predation pressure by avian predators suggests summer limitationof small-mammal populations in the Canadian Arctic. Ecology 95(1): 56-67.

227. Kendall, C.J., M.Z. Virani, J.G.C. Hopcraft, K.L. Bildstein, D.I. Rubenstein. 2014. Afican Vultures Don't Follow Migratory Herds: Scavenger Habitat Use Is Not Mediated by Prey Abundance.  Plos One Vol. 9(1): 1-8 e83470.

228. Hedlin, E.M., C.S. Houston, P.D. McLoughlin, M.J. Bechard, M.J. Stoffel, D.R. Barber, and K.L. Bildstein. 2013. Winter Ranges of Migratory Turkey Vultures in Venezuela. Journal of Raptor Research 47(2): 145-152.

229. Juhant, M.A., J.I. Areta. 2013. Distribution and migration of Mississippi Kites in South America. Journal of Field Ornithology 84(3): 225-261.

234. Julien, J.R., P. Legagneux, G. Gauthier, R.I.G. Morrison, J.F. Therrien, J. Bety. 2014. Contribution of allochthonous resources to breedingin a high-arctic avian predator. Polar Biology 37: 193-203. 

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