Scientific Publications

Unnumbered Contributions

(1935-1992)

Andres, B., S. Benz, and S. Senner. 1984. Oak-maple slope forest (Thirty-sixth winter bird population study). American Birds 38: 38.

------.1984. Oak-Maple Ridge-Top forest (Thirty-sixth winter bird population study). American Birds 38: 38.

------. 1984. Oak-maple ridge-top forest (Forty-seventh breeding bird census). American Birds 38: 72.

------. 1984. Oak-maple slope forest (Forty-seventh breeding bird census). American Birds 38: 72.

Apanius, V., and C. E. Kirkpatrick. 1988. Preliminary report of Haemoproteus tinnunculi infection in a breeding population of American Kestrels (Falco sparverius). Journal of Wildlife Diseases 24: 150-153.

------. 1993. Blood parasitism, immunity and reproduction in American Kestrels. Pages 117-125 in Biology and conservation of small falcons (M. K. Nicholls and R. Clarke, eds.), Hawk and Owl Trust, London, England.

Bednarz, J. C. 1988. A comparative study of the ecology of breeding Harris' and Swainson's hawks in southeastern New Mexico. Condor 90: 311-323.

------. 1988. Cooperative hunting in Harris' Hawks (Parabuteo unicinctus). Science 239: 1525-1527.

------. 1988. Harris' Hawk subspecies: is superior larger or different than harrisi? Pages 294-300 in R. L. Glinski, B. G. Pendleton, M. B. Moss, J. LeFranc, M. N., B. Millsap, and S. W. Hoffman, editors. Proceedings of the southwest raptor management symposium and workshop. National Wildlife Federation, Washington, D. C.

------. 1988. Raptor status reports: Swainson's Hawk. Pages 87-96 in R. L. Glinski, B. G. Pendleton, M. B. Moss, J. LeFranc, M. N., B. A. Millsap, and S. W. Hoffman, editors. Proceedings of the southwest raptor management symposium and workshop. National Wildlife Federation, Washington, D. C.

------. 1989. Return of the falcons (book review). Science 244: 233-234.

------. 1990. Flight strategies of migrating hawks (book review). Auk 107: 801-802.

------. 1992. Red-shouldered Hawk. Pages 102-103 in Atlas of breeding birds in Pennsylvania, edited by D. W. Brauning. University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

------. 1992. Red-tailed Hawk. Pages 106-107 in Atlas of breeding birds in Pennsylvania, edited by D. W. Brauning. University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

------, and T. J. Hayden. 1991. Skewed brood sex ratio and sex-biased hatching sequence in Harris' Hawks. American Naturalist 137: 116-132.

------, and S. W. Hoffman. 1988. The status of breeding Swainson's Hawks in southeastern New Mexico. Pages 253-259 in R. L. Glinski, B. G. Pendleton, M. B. Moss, J. LeFranc, M. N., B. A. Millsap, and S. W. Hoffman, editors. Proceedings of the southwest raptor management symposium and workshop. National Wildlife Federation, Washington, D. C.

------, and P. Kerlinger. 1989. Monitoring hawk populations by counting migrants. Pages 328-342 in B. G. Pendleton, editor. Proceedings of the northeast raptor management symposium and workshop. National Wildlife Federation, Washington, D. C.

------, and J. D. Ligon. 1988. A study of the ecological bases of cooperative breeding in the Harris' Hawk . Ecology 69: 1176-1187.

------, J. W. Dawson, and W. H. Whaley. 1988. Raptor status reports: Harris' Hawk. Pages 71-82 in R. L. Glinski, B. G. Pendleton, M. B. Moss, J. LeFranc, M. N., B. A. Millsap, and S. W. Hoffman, editors. Proceedings of the southwest raptor management symposium and workshop. National Wildlife Federation, Washington, D. C.

------, T. J. Hayden, and T. Fischer. 1990. The raptor and raven community of the Los Medannos area in southeastern New Mexico: a unique and significant resource. Pages 92-101 in R. Mitchell, C. Shevaik, and D. Leopold, editors. Proceedings of the ecosystem management, rare species and significant habitats symposium (New York State Museum Bulletin No. 471). New York State Museum, Albany, New York.

------, D. Klem, L. J. Goodrich, and S. E. Senner. 1990. Migration counts at Hawk Mountain, Pennsylvania, as indicators of population trends, 1934-1986. Auk 107: 96-109.

Brett, J. J., and A. C. Nagy. 1973. Feathers in the wind: the mountain and the migration. Hawk Mountain Sanctuary Association, Kempton, Pennsylvania.

Brett, J. 1986. The mountain and the migration. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York.

Brett, J. 1991. The mountain and the migration (revised and expanded edition). Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York.

Broun, M. 1935. A Pennsylvania sanctuary for birds of prey. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Audubon Society January: 3-7.

------. 1935. The hawk migration during the fall of 1934, along the Kittatinny Ridge in Pennsylvania. Auk 52: 233-248.

------. 1936. Three seasons at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary. Publication Number 61. Emergency Conservation Committee, New York, New York.

------. 1936. Hawk Mountain Sanctuary. Nature Magazine 27: 367-368.

------. 1936. Some impressions of the "Land of the ferns," and a Florida Fern Garden. American Fern Journal 26: 55-59.

------. 1939. Fall migration of hawks at Hawk Mountain, Pennsylvania, 1934-1938. Auk 56: 429-441.

------. 1937. Hawk Mountain. Frontiers October: 8-11.

------. 1941. Hawk Mountain Sanctuary. Fauna 3: 83-85.

------. 1941. Migration of Blue Jays. Auk 58: 262-263.

------. 1941. Notes from Hawk Mountain Sanctuary. Auk 58: 267-268.

------. 1949. Hawks aloft: the story of Hawk Mountain. Cornwall Press, Cornwall, New York.

------. 1951. Hawks and weather. Atlantic Naturalist 6: 105-112.

------. 1963. Hawk migration and weather. Hawk Mountain Sanctuary Association, Kempton, Pennsylvania.

------. 1966. What future for birds of prey? Audubon Magazine 68: 330-344.

------. 1975. A send-off on adventure. Pages 162-165 in Proceedings of the North American Hawk Migration Conference. Hawk Migration Association of North America, Washington, Connecticut.

------, and B. V. Goodwin. 1943. Flight speeds of hawks and crows. Auk 60: 487-492.

Collins, H. H., Jr. 1935. Hawk sanctuary, Pennsylvania mountain is first refuge. Nature Magazine 25: 84-86.

Douglass, N. J., and H. K. Reinert. 1982. The utilization of fallen logs as runways by small mammals. Proceedings of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science. 56:162-164.

Edge, R. 1936. The world's first hawk sanctuary. International Journal of Animal Protection. May: 14-16.

Edge, R. 1945. Eagles in wonderland. Hawk Mountain Sanctuary Association, New York, New York.

------. 1962. Hawk Mountain. Plants and Gardens 18: 31-32. Faaborg, J., and J. C. Bednarz. 1990. Cooperative breeding in the Galapagos and Harris' hawks. Pages 359-383 in P. Stacey and W. Koenig, editors. Cooperative breeding in birds: long term studies of ecology and behavior. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England.

Fales, G. B. 1980. Hawk Mountain: a very special refuge. Bird Watcher's Digest 3(1): 44-47.

George, J. R. 1989. Bald Eagle kills Sharp-shinned Hawk. Journal of Raptor Research 23: 55-56.

Goodrich, L. 1989. Oak-maple slope forest (Breeding bird census -- 1988). Journal of Field Ornithology 60(Supplement): 31.

------. 1989. Oak-maple ridge-top forest (Breeding bird census -- 1988). Journal of Field Ornithology 60(Supplement): 31-32.

------. 1989. Oak-maple slope forest (Winter bird population study -- 1988). Journal of Field Ornithology 60(Supplement): 9-10.

------. 1990. Oak-maple slope forest (Breeding bird census -- 1989). Journal of Field Ornithology 61(Supplement): 44.

------. 1991. Oak-maple ridge-top forest (Breeding bird census -- 1990). Journal of Field Ornithology 62(Supplement): 46.

------. 1991. Oak-maple slope forest (Breeding bird census -- 1990). Journal of Field Ornithology 62(Supplement): 46-47.

------. 1992. Oak-maple ridge-top forest (Breeding bird census -- 1991). Journal of Field Ornithology 62(Supplement): 61.

------. 1992. Oak-maple slope forest (Breeding bird census -- 1991). Journal of Field Ornithology 62(Supplement): 61.

------. 1992. A case for doing nothing. New Jersey Audubon Spring 1992: 20-21.

------. 1992. Northern Harrier. Pages 94-95 in Atlas of breeding birds in Pennsylvania, edited by D. W. Brauning. University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

------. 1992. Sharp-shinned Hawk. Pages 96-97 in Atlas of breeding birds in Pennsylvania, edited by D. W. Brauning. University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

------. 1992. Cooper's Hawk. Pages 98-99 in Atlas of breeding birds in Pennsylvania, edited by D. W. Brauning. University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

------, and S. E. Senner. 1988. Recent trends of wintering great horned owls (Bubo virginianus), red-tailed hawks (Buteo jamaicensis) and two of their avian prey in Pennsylvania. Journal of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science 62: 131-137.

Harwood, M., and A. C. Nagy. 1977. Assessing the hawk counts at Hawk Mountain. Pages 69-75 in J. C. Ogden, editor. Transactions of the North American Osprey research conference (National Park Service Transactions and Proceedings Series Number 2.). U. S. Department of the Interior, Washington, D. C.

Heintzelman, D. S., and A. C. Nagy. 1968. Clutch sizes, hatchability rates, and sex ratios of Sparrow Hawks in eastern Pennsylvania. Wilson Bulletin 80: 306-311.

Johnson, K., and J. C. Bednarz. 1989. Crested Penguin egg dimorphism: reply to Williams. Oikos 55: 141-142.

Leckey, T., S. Nord, and S. Benz. 1983. Oak-maple ridge-top forest (Forty-sixth breeding bird census). American Birds 37: 55.

------. 1983. Oak-maple slope forest (Forty-sixth breeding bird census). American Birds 37: 55.

Mutchler, T. 1971. Surgical treatment by pinning of longbone fractures on raptors. Hawk Mountain Sanctuary Association, Kempton, Pennsylvania.

Nagy, A. C. 1963. Population density of Sparrow Hawks in eastern Pennsylvania. Wilson Bulletin 75: 93.

------. 1975. Hawk Mountain Osprey project. Pages 147-150 in M. Harwood, editor. Proceedings of the North American Hawk Migration Conference 1974. Washington, Connecticut.

------. 1977. Population trend indices based on 40 years of autumn counts at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary in north-eastern Pennsylvania. Pages 243-253 in R. D. Chancellor, editor. World Conference on Birds of Prey, Report of Proceedings, Vienna 1975. International Council for Bird Preservation, Cambridge, England.

Pough, R. H. 1935. A glider highway. Bird-Lore Sept. Oct.: 317-321. Reinert, H. K. 1984. Habitat variation within sympatric snake populations. Ecology 65: 1673-1682.

------. 1984. Habitat separation between sympatric snake populations. Ecology 65: 478-486.

------. 1991. Translocations as a conservation strategy for amphibians and reptiles: some comments, concerns, and observations. Herpetologica 47: 357-363.

Reinert, H. K., D. Cundall, and L. M. Bushar. 1984. Foraging behavior of the timber rattlesnake, Crotalus horridus. Copeia 1984: 976-981.

Robson, J. E. 1958. Hawk Mountain. Falconer 3(5): 159-160.

Senner, S. E. 1989. Hawk Mountain Sanctuary Association, Pennsylvania. American Birds 43: 248-253.

------. 1990. Oak-maple ridgetop forest (Breeding bird census -- 1989). Journal of Field Ornithology 61(Supplement): 44-45.

------, and J. C. Bednarz. 1989. Oak-maple ridge-top forest (Winter bird population study -- 1988). Journal of Field Ornithology 60(Supplement): 10.

------, and J. J. Brett. 1989. A proposal to create a registry of sites of international importance to raptors, especially on migration. Pages 33-37 in B. Meyburg and R. D. Chancellor, editors. Raptors in the modern world. World Working Group for Birds of Prey, Berlin, London, and Paris.

------, and M. R. Fuller. 1989. Status and conservation of North American raptors migrating to the Neotropics. Pages 53-58 in B. Meyburg and R. D. Chancellor, editors. Raptors in the modern world. World Working Group for Birds of Prey, Berlin, London, and Paris.

------, and L. J. Goodrich. 1992. Broad-winged Hawk. Pages 104-105 in Atlas of breeding birds in Pennsylvania, edited by D. W. Brauning. University of Pittsburgh press, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Shelley, E., and S. Benz. 1985. Observations of aerial hunting, food carrying and crop size of migrant raptors. Pages 299-301 in I. Newton and R. D. Chancellor, editors. Conservation studies on raptors. International Council for Bird Preservation, Cambridge, England.

Sielman, M. S., L. A. Sheriff, and T. C. William. 1981. Nocturnal migration at Hawk Mountain, Pennsylvania. American Birds 35: 906-909.

Spofford, W. R. 1969. Hawk Mountain counts as population indices in northeastern America. Pages 323-332 in J. J. Hickey, editor. Peregrine Falcon Populations. University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, Wisconsin.

Stotz, N. G., and L. J. Goodrich. 1989. Sexual differences in timing of American Kestrel migration at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, PA. Journal of Raptor Research 23: 167-171.

Willimont, L. A., S. E. Senner, and L. J. Goodrich. 1988. Fall migration of Ruby-throated Hummingbirds in the northeastern United States. Wilson Bulletin 100: 482-488.

Wink, J., S. E. Senner, and L. J. Goodrich. 1987. Food habits of great horned owls in Pennsylvania. Journal of the Pennsylvania Academy

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