Demographic response of a shrubland bird to habitat creation,
succession, and disturbance in a dynamic landscape: Download / View PDF
Eastern Whip-Poor-Will Breeding Ecology in
Relation to Habitat Management in a Pitch
Pine–Scrub Oak Barren: Download / View PDF
Improving Methods for Studying White-Nose Syndrome in Bats
Barbara Shock, PhD, University of California, Davis: Download / View PDF
Two recent research publications funded by AWCF were just published.
The first study examined the effects of forest management,including herbicide applications, on prairie warblers, while the second study examined eastern whip-poor-will breeding ecology. PDF copies of the publications are below.
Akresh and King 2016.pdf
Akresh et al. 2015 FEM.pdf
Individuality in captive and field measures of behavior and space use in wild muskrat (Ithaca College)
Full paper: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/03949370.2014.928653#preview
Automated Detection of Flying Animal Strikes
View here for copies of the reports
Assessment of Non-native Earthworms in the Adirondacks. SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry-$2,000.
Objectives: To determine the species of non-native earthworms in the Adirondacks, their distribution and relation to soil and vegetation characteristics.
Assessing Impacts of Crude Oil on Reproduction of Migratory Birds
Morris Animal Foundation, Denver, CO. - $2,000.
Objective: To determine if PAH found in eggs can be linked to the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
Progress: Preliminary results show that the eggs of migratory birds (White Pelicans and Double-crested Cormorants) contained higher levels of PAH's (poly-cyclic aromatic hydrocarbons) than those in the eggs of non-migratory Canada Geese.
Hopefully, this information will help in policy making decisions.
|Ecology and Breeding Habitat of Bobcats (Lynx rufus).
Univ. of Minnesota - $2,000.