Publications

Publications

 Development of Management Strategies to Reduce Wildlife Hazards to Aircraft

Publications

2017

DeVault, T., B. Blackwell, and J. Belant. Wildlife at Airports. Wildlife Damage Management Technical Series. USDA, APHIS, WS National Wildlife Research Center. Ft. Collins, Colorado. 19p.

DeVault, T.L., T.W. Seamans, B.F. Blackwell, S.L. Lima, M.A. Martinez, and E. Fernandez-Juricic. 2017. Can experience reduce collisions between birds and vehicles? Journal of Zoology 301:17-22.  doi: 10.1111/jzo.12385      

2016

Abernethy, E.F., K.L. Turner, J.C. Beasley, T.L. DeVault, W.C. Pitt, and O.E. Rhodes Jr. 2016. Carcasses of invasive species are predominantly utilized by invasive scavengers in an island ecosystem. Ecosphere 7(10):e01496. doi:10.1002/ecs2.1496

Beasley, J.C., Z.H. Olson, and T.L. DeVault. Ecological role of vertebrate scavengers. 2016. In M.E. Benbow, J.K.Tomberlin, and A.M.Tarone, editors. Carrion Ecology, Evolution, and their Applications. CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, Boca Raton, FL. 107-127.

Blackwell, B.F., T.L. DeVault, E. Fernandez-Juricic, E.M. Gese, L. Gilbert-Norton, and S.W. Breck. 2016. No single solution: application of behavioural principles in mitigating human-wildlife conflict. Animal Behavior 120:245-254. doi: 10.1016/j.anbehav.2016.07.013

Blackwell, B.F., T.W. Seamans, K. Linnell, L. Kutschbach-Brohl, and T.L. DeVault. 2016. Effects of visual obstruction, prey resources, and satiety on bird use of simulated airport grasslands. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 185:113-120. doi: 10.1016./j.applanim.2016.10.055

Cortes-Avizanda, A., G. Blanco, T.L. DeVault, A. Markandya, M.Z. Virani, J. Brandt, and J.A. Donazar. 2016. Supplementary feeding and endangered avian scavengers: benefits, caveats, and controversies. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 14(4):191-199. doi: 10.1002/fee.1257

DeVault, T.L., B.F. Blackwell, T.W. Seamans, S.L. Lima, and E. Fernandez-Juricic. 2016. Speed Kills: Effects of vehicle speed on avian escape behavior.2016. Proceedings of the 16th Wildlife Damage Management Conference 43-44

DeVault, T.L., B.F. Blackwell, T.W. Seamans, and J.L. Belant. 2016. Identification of off airport interspecific avian hazards to aircraft. Journal of Wildlife Management 80(4):746-752. doi: 10.1002/jwmg.1041

DeVault, T.L., J.C. Beasley, Z.H. Olson, M. Moleón, M. Carrete, A. Margalida, and J.A. Sánchez-Zapata. 2016. Ecosystem services provided by avian scavengers. In: Why Birds Matter: Avian Ecological Function and Ecosystem Services. C.H. Şekercioğlu, D.G. Wenny, and C.J. Whelan, eds. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL, USA. p.235-270.

Dorr, B.S., K.C. Hanson-Dorr, S.C. Barras and T.L. DeVault. 2016. Reproductive characteristics of double-crested cormorants (Phalacrocorax auritus) in the eastern United States: Demographic information for an intensely managed species. Waterbirds 39(1): 81-85.

Gerringer, M.B., S.L. Lima, and T.L. DeVault. 2016. Evaluation of an avian radar system in a midwestern landscape. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 40(1):150-159. doi: 10.1002/wsb.614

Greggor, A.L., O. Berger-Tal, D.T. Blumstein, L. Angeloni, C. Bessa-Gomes, B.F. Blackwell, C.C. St Clair, K. Crooks, S. de Silva, E. Fernandez-Juricic, S.Z. Goldenberg, S.L. Mesnick, M. Owen, C.J. Price, D. Saltz, C.J. Schell, A.V. Suarez, R.R. Swaisgood, C.S. Winchell, and W.J. Sutherland. Research priorities from animal behaviour for maximising conservation progress. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 31(12):953-964. doi:10.1016/j.tree.2016.09.001

Sánchez-Zapata, J. A., M. Clavero, M. Carrete, T. L. DeVault, V. Hermoso, M. A. Losada, M. J. Polo, S. Sánchez-Navarro, J. M. Pérez-García, F. Botella, C. Ibáñez, and J. A. Donázar. 2016. Effects of renewable energy production and infrastructure on wildlife. Pages 97-123 in: Current Trends in Wildlife Research. J. T. García, R. Mateo, and B. Arroyo, eds. Springer, Wildlife Research Monographs, Vol. 1

Seamans, T.W. and A. Gosser. 2016. Bird Dispersal Techniques. Wildlife Damage Management Technical Series. USDA, APHIS, WS National Wildlife Research Center. Ft. Collins, Colorado. 12p.

Seamans, T.W., B.F. Blackwell, and K.E. Linnell. 2016. Use of predator hair to enhance perceived risk to white-tailed deer in a forging context.Human-Wildlife Interactions 10(2):300-311.

Smith, J.B., K.L. Turner, J.C. Beasley, T.L. DeVault, W.C. Pitt, and O.E. Rhodes Jr. 2016. Brown tree snake (Boiga irregularis) population density and carcass locations following exposure to acetaminophen. Ecotoxicology 25:1556-1562. doi: 10.1007/s10646-016-1711-1

Washburn, B.E., R.M. Swearingin, C.K. Pullins, and M.E. Rice. 2016. Composition and diversity of avian communities using a new urban habitat: Green roofs. Environmental Management 53:1230-1239. doi: 10.1007/s00267-016-0687-1

2015

Conkling, T.J., J.A. Martin, J.L. Belant, and T.L. DeVault. 2015. Spatiotemporal dynamics in identification of aircraft-bird strikes. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board. No. 2471:19-25.   doi: 10.3141/2471-03  

Washburn, B.E. 2015. Combining old school and high tech. The Wildlife Professional 9(4):34-37.

Sheridan, E., J. Randolet, T.L. DeVault, T.W. Seamans, B.F. Blackwell, and E. Fernández-Juricic. 2015. The effects of radar on avian behavior: Implications for wildlife management at airports. Applied Animal Behavior Science 171:241-252.  doi:10.1016/j.applanim.2015.08.001

Rutledge, M.E., C.E. Moorman, B.E. Washburn, and C.S. Deperno. 2015. Evaluation of resident Canada goose movements to reduce the risk of goose-aircraft collisions at suburban airports. Journal of Wildlife Management 79(7):1185-1191.  doi: 10.1002/jwmg.924

Seamans, T.W., B.F. Blackwell, G.E. Bernhardt, and D.A. Potter. 2015. Assessing chemical control of earthworms at airports. Wildlife Society Bulletin 39(2):434-442.  doi: 10.1002/wsb.545

Anderson, A., D.S. Carpenter, M.J. Begier, B.F. Blackwell, T.L. DeVault, S.A. Shwiff. 2015. Modeling the cost of bird strikes to US civil aircraft. Transportation Research Part D (38):49-58.  doi: 10.1016/j.trd.2015.04.027

Washburn, B.E., M.J. Begier, and S.E. Wright. 2015. Collisions between eagles and aircraft: An increasing problem in the airport environment. Journal of Raptor Research 49(2):192-200.  doi: 10.3356/rapt-49-02-192-200.1

Crain, A.R., J.L. Belant, and T.L. DeVault. 2015. Carnivore incidents with U.S. civil aircraft. Transportation Research Part D 36:160-166. doi: 10.1016/j.trd.2014.12.001

DeVault, T.L. 2015. Reprioritizing avian conservation efforts. Human-Wildlife Interactions. 9(1):150-151.

DeVault, T.L., B.F. Blackwell, T.W. Seamans, S.L. Lima, and E. Fernandez-Juricic. 2015. Speed kills: ineffective avian escape responses to oncoming vehicles. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 282:20142188.  doi: 10.1098/rspb.2014.2188

Doppler, M.S., B.F. Blackwell, T.L. DeVault, and E. Fernandez-Juricic. 2015. Cowbird responses to aircraft with lights tuned to their eyes: Implications for bird-aircraft collisions. The Condor 117:165-177. doi:10.1650/CONDOR-14-157.1

Lima, S.L., B.F. Bradwell, T.L. DeVault, and E. Fernandez-Juricic. 2015. Animal reactions to oncoming vehicles : a conceptual review. Biological Reviews 90:60-76.  doi: 10.1111/brv.12093.

2014

Washburn, B.E. 2014. Human–osprey conflicts: Industry, utilities, communication, and transportation. Journal of Raptor Research 48(4):387-395. doi: 10.3356/JRR-OSPR-13-04.1.

Washburn, B.E., P.J. Cisar, and T.L. DeVault. 2014. Wildlife strikes with U.S. military rotary-wing aircraft deployed in foreign countries. Human-Wildlife Interactions 8(2):251-260.

Blackwell, B.F., T.W. Seamans, T.L. DeVault. 2014. White-tailed deer response to vehicle approach: Evidence of unclear and present danger. PLoS ONE 9(10):e109988.  doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0109988.

Schwarz, K.B., J.L. Belant, J.A. Martin, T.L. DeVault, and G.Wang. 2014. Behavioral traits and airport type affect mammal incidents with U.S. civil aircraft. Environmental Management 54:908-918. doi: 10.1007/s00267-014-0345-4.

Biondi, K., J.L. Belant, J.A. Martin, T.L. DeVault, and G. Wang. 2014. Integrating mammalian hazards with management at U.S. civil airports: a case study. Human-Wildlife Interactions 8(1):31-38.

Drey, K.M., J.A. Martin, J.L. Belant, T.L. DeVault, B.F. Blackwell. 2014. Interactions between wildlife and civil aircraft in Mississippi. Southeastern Naturalist 13(1): 156-165.

Washburn, B.E., P.J. Cisar, and T.L. DeVault. 2014. Wildlife strikes with military rotary-wing aircraft during flight operations within the United States. Wildlife Society Bulletin. Online. doi: 10.1002/wsb.409.

DeVault, T.L., B.F. Blackwell, T.W. Seamans, S.L. Lima, E. Fernandez-Juricic. 2014. Effects of vehicle speed on flight initiation by turkey vultures: Implications for bird-vehicle collisions. PLoS ONE 9(2): e87944. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0087944.

2013

Blackwell, B.F., D. Felstul, and T.W. Seamans. 2013. Managing airport stormwater to reduce attraction to wildlife. In T.L. DeVault, B.F. Blackwell, and J.L. Belant, editors. Wildlife in Airport Environments: Preventing Animal-Aircraft Collisions through Science-Based Management. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, in association with The Wildlife Society. 93-102.

Blackwell, B.F. and E. Fernandez-Juricic. 2013. Behavior and physiology in the development and application of visual deterrents at airports. In: T.L. DeVault, B.F. Blackwell, and J.L. Belant, editors. Wildlife in Airport Environments: Preventing Animal-Aircraft Collisions through Science-Based Management. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, in association with The Wildlife Society. 11-22.

Blackwell, B.F., P.M. Schmidt, and J.A. Martin. 2013. Avian survey methods for use on airports. Abstract. Proceedings of the Wildlife Damage Management Conference 15: 107.

Blackwell, B.F., P.M. Schmidt, and J.A. Martin. 2013. Avian survey methods for use at airports. In: T.L. DeVault, B.F. Blackwell, and J.L. Belant, editors. Wildlife in Airport Environments: Preventing Animal-Aircraft Collisions through Science-Based Management. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, in association with The Wildlife Society. 153-165.

Blackwell B.F., Seamans T.W., Schmidt P.M., De Vault T.L., Belant J.L., Whittingham M.J., Martin J.A. and E. Fernández-Juricic. 2013. A framework for managing airport grasslands and birds amidst conflicting priorities. Ibis 155:189-193.

Clark, L. and M.L. Avery. 2013. Effectiveness of chemical repellents in managing birds at airports. In: T.L. DeVault, B.F. Blackwell, and J.L. Belant, editors. Wildlife in Airport Environments: Preventing Animal-Aircraft Collisions through Science-Based Management. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, in association with The Wildlife Society. 25-35.

Curtis, P.D., J.D. Cepek, R. Mihalco, T.W. Seamans, and S.R. Craven. 2013. Wildlife translocation as a management alternative at airports. In T.L. DeVault, B.F. Blackwell, and J.L. Belant, editors. Wildlife in Airport Environments: Preventing Animal-Aircraft Collisions through Science-Based Management. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, in association with The Wildlife Society. 61-65.

DeVault, T.L., B.F. Blackwell, and J.L. Belant, editors. Wildlife in Airport Environments: Preventing Animal-Aircraft Collisions through Science-Based Management. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, in association with The Wildlife Society.

DeVault, T.L., M.J. Begier, J.L. Belant, B.F. Blackwell, R.A. Dolbeer, J.A. Martin, T.W. Seamans, and B.E. Washburn. 2013. Rethinking airport land-cover paradigms: agriculture, grass, and wildlife hazards. Human-Wildlife Interactions 7(1): 10-15.

DeVault, T.L., and B.E. Washburn. Identification and management of wildlife food resources at airports. In: T.L. Devault, B.F. Blackwell, and J.L. Belant, editors. Wildlife in Airport Environments: Preventing Animal-Aircraft Collisions through Science-Based Management. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore Maryland, in association with The Wildlife Society. 79-90.

DeVault, T.L., T.W. Seamans, J.A. Schmidt, J.L. Belant, B.F. Blackwell, N. Mooers, L.A. Tyson, and L. VanPelt. 2013. Bird use of solar photovoltaic installations at US airports: Implications for aviation safety. Landscape and Urban Planning 122: 122-128. doi: 10.1016/j.landurbplan.2013.11.017.

DeVault, T.L., T.W. Seamans, J.A. Schmidt, B.F. Blackwell, L.A. Tyson, J.L. Belant, N. Mooers, L.VanPelt. 2013. Bird use of solar arrays at airports. Abstract. Proceedings of the Wildlife Damage Management Conference 15: 97.

Dolbeer, R.A. 2013. The History of Wildlife Strikes and Management at Airports. Pages 1-6 in T.L. DeVault, B.F. Blackwell, and J.L. Belant, editors. Wildlife in Airport Environments: Preventing Animal-Aircraft Collisions through Science-Based Management. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, in association with The Wildlife Society.

Dolbeer, R.A. and A.B. Franklin. 2013. Population management to reduce the risk of wildlife-aircraft collisions. In: T.L. DeVault, B.F. Blackwell, and J.L. Belant, editors. Wildlife in Airport Environments: Preventing Animal-Aircraft Collisions through Science-Based Management. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, in association with The Wildlife Society. 67-75.

Gauthreaux, S.A., Jr. and P.M. Schmidt. 2013. Radar technology to monitor hazardous birds at airports. In: T.L. DeVault, B.F. Blackwell, and J.L. Belant, editors. Wildlife in Airport Environments: Preventing Animal-Aircraft Collisions through Science-Based Management. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, in association with The Wildlife Society. 141-151.

Martin, J.A., T.J. Conkling, J.L. Belant, K.M. Biondi, B.F. Blackwell, T.L. DeVault, E. Fernandez-Juricic, P.M. Schmidt, and T.W. Seamans. 2013. Wildlife conservation and alternative land uses at airports. In: T.L. DeVault, B.F. Blackwell, and J.L. Belant, editors. Wildlife in Airport Environments: Preventing Animal-Aircraft Collisions through Science-Based Management. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, in association with The Wildlife Society. 117-125.

Schmidt, J.A., B.E. Washburn, T.L. DeVault, T.W. Seamans, and P.M. Schmidt. 2013. Do native warm-season grasslands near airports increase bird strike hazards? American Midland Naturalist 170(1): 144-157. doi: 10.1674/0003-0031-170.1.144.

Seamans, T.W., J.A. Martin, and J.L. Belant. 2013. Tactile and auditory repellents to reduce wildlife hazards to aircraft. In: T.L. DeVault, B.F. Blackwell, and J.L. Belant, editors. Wildlife in Airport Environments: Preventing Animal-Aircraft Collisions through Science-Based Management. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, in association with The Wildlife Society. 37-46.

Washburn, B.E. and T.W. Seamans. 2013. Managing turfgrass to reduce wildlife hazards at airports. In: T.L. DeVault, B.F. Blackwell, and J.L. Belant, editors. Wildlife in Airport Environments: Preventing Animal-Aircraft Collisions through Science-Based Management. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, in association with The Wildlife Society. 105-114.

Washburn, B.E., P.J. Cisar, T.L. DeVault. 2013. Wildlife strikes to civil helicopters in the US, 1990-2011. Transportation Research Part D (2013) 83-88. doi 10.1016/j.trd2013.06.004.

2012

Beasley, J. C., Z. H. Olson, and T. L. Devault. 2012. Carrion cycling in food webs: Comparisons among terrestrial and marine ecosystems. Oikos 121:1021-1026.

Blackwell B.F., DeVault, T.L., Seamans T.W., Lima S.L., Baumhardt P., and E. Fernández-Juricic. 2012. Exploiting avian vision with aircraft lighting to reduce bird strikes. Journal of Applied Ecology 49:758-766.

Blackwell B.F., Seamans T.W., Tyson L.A., Belant J.L., and K.C. VerCauteren. 2012. Exploiting antipredator behavior in white-tailed deer for resource protection. Wildlife Society Bulletin 36:546-553. DOI: 10.1002/wsb.169.

Debruyne, R. L., T. L. DeVault, A. E. Duerr, D. E. Capen, F. E. Pogmore, J. R. Jackson, and L. G. Rudstam. 2012. Spatial and temporal comparisons of double-crested cormorant diets following the establishment of alewife in Lake Champlain, USA. Journal of Great Lakes Research 38:123-130

DeVault, T. L., J. L. Belant, B. F. Blackwell, J. A. Martin, J. A. Schmidt, W. Burger, Jr., and J.W. Patterson, Jr. 2012. Airports offer unrealized potential for alternative energy production. Environmental Management 49:517-522.

Engeman, R. M., J. W. Hartmann, S. F. Beckerman, T. W. Seamans, and S. Abu-Absi. 2012. Egg Oiling to Reduce Hatch-Year Ring-Billed Gull Numbers on Chicago's Beaches During Swim Season and Water Quality Test Results. EcoHealth 9:195-204.

Hartmann, J. W., S. F. Beckerman, T. W. Seamans, R. M. Engeman, and S. Beazley. 2012. Report to the City of Chicago on conflicts with ring-billed gulls and the 2011 integrated ring-billed gull damage management project. USDA, Wildlife Services.

Moore, B. A., P. Baumhardt, M. Doppler, J. Randolet, B. F. Blackwell, T. L. DeVault, E. R. Loew, and E. Fernández-Juricic. 2012. Oblique color vision in an open-habitat bird: spectral sensitivity, photoreceptor distribution and behavioral implications. The Journal of Experimental Biology 215:3442-3452.

Olson, Z. H., J. C. Beasley,, T. L. DeVault, and O.E. Rhodes, Jr. 2012. Scavenger community response to the removal of a dominant scavenger. Oikos 121:77-84.

Washburn, B. E. 2012. Avian use of solid waste transfer stations. Landscape and Urban Planning 104:388-394.

Washburn B.E. 2012. Corrigendum to Avian use of solid waste transfer stations [Landscape Urban Plan. 104 (2012) 388-394]. Landscape and Urban Planning 105:446.

Washburn, B. E., and T. W. Seamans. 2012. Foraging preferences of Canada geese among turfgrasses: implications for reducing human-goose conflicts. Journal of Wildlife Management 76:600-607.

Washburn B.E., Lowney M.S., Gosser A.L. 2012. Historical and current status of laughing gulls breeding in New York State. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 124:525-530.

2011

11-BIONDI, K. M., J. L. BELANT, J. A. MARTIN, T. L. DEVAULT, AND G. WANG. 2011. White-tailed deer incidents with U.S. civil aircraft. Wildlife Society Bulletin 35:303-309.

11-BUCKINGHAM, B. N., AND B. BACAK. 2011. Natal colony site fidelity of herring gulls at Sandusky Bay, Ohio. North American Bird Bander 36:53-57.

11-DEVAULT, T. L., J. L. BELANT, B. F. BLACKWELL, AND T. W. SEAMANS. 2011. Interspecific variation in wildlife hazards to aircraft: implications for airport wildlife management. Wildlife Society Bulletin 35:394-402.
 

11-DEVAULT, T. L., Z. H. OLSON, J. C. BEASLEY, AND O. E. RHODES, JR. 2011. Mesopredators dominate competition for carrion in an agricultural landscape. Basic and Applied Ecology 12:268-274.

11-FERNANDEZ-JURICIC, E., J. GAFFNEY, B. F. BLACKWELL, AND P. BAUMHARDT. 2011. Bird strikes and aircraft fuselage color: a correlational study. Human-Wildlife Interactions 5:224-234.

11-FERNANDEZ-JURICIC, E., B. A. MOORE, M. DOPPLER, J. FREEMAN, B. F. BLACKWELL, S. L. LIMA, AND T. L. DEVAULT. 2011. Testing the terrain hypothesis: Canada geese see their world laterally and obliquely. Brain, Behavior and Evolution 77:147-158.

11-GREINER, E. C., A. M. FEDYNICH, S. L. WEBB, T. L. DEVAULT, AND O. E. RHODES JR. 2011. Hematozoa and a new haemoproteid species from Cathartidae (New World vulture) in South Carolina. Journal of Parasitology 97:1137-1139.

11-MARTIN, J. A., J. L. BELANT, T. L. DEVAULT, B. F. BLACKWELL, L. W. BURGER JR., S. K. RIFFELL, AND G. WANG. 2011. Wildlife risk to aviation: a multi-scale issue requires a multi-scale solution. Human-Wildlife Interactions 5:198-203.

11-SEAMANS, T. W., AND B. F. BLACKWELL. 2011. Electric shock strips as bird deterrents: does experience count? International Journal of Pest Management 57:357-362.

11-TYSON, L. A., B. F. BLACKWELL, AND T. W. SEAMANS. 2011. Artificial nest cavity used successfully by native species and avoided by European starlings. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 123:827-830.

11-WASHBURN, B. E. 2011. Avian use of solid waste transfer stations. Landscape and Urban Planning (early online).

11-WASHBURN, B. E., AND M. J. BEGIER. 2011. Wildlife responses to long-term application of biosolids to grasslands in North Carolina. Rangeland Ecology and Management 64:131-138.

11-WASHBURN, B. E., G. E. BERNHARDT, AND L. A. KUTSCHBACH-BROHL. 2011. Using dietary analyses to reduce the risk of wildlife-aircraft collisions. Human-Wildlife Interactions 5:204-209.

11-WENNY, D. G., T. L. DEVAULT, M. D. JOHNSON, D. KELLY, C. H. SEKERCIOGLU, D. F. TOMBACK, AND C. J. WHELAN. 2011. The need to quantify ecosystem services provided by birds. Auk 128:1-14.

2010

10-BECKERMAN, S. F., J. W. HARTMANN, R. M. ENGEMAN, T. W. SEAMANS, AND S. ABU-ABSI. 2010. The Chicago ring-billed gull damage management project. Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 24:241-243. 149K

10-BERNHARDT, G. E., B. F. BLACKWELL, T. L. DEVAULT, AND L. KUTSCHBACH-BROHL. 2010. Fatal injuries to birds from collisions with aircraft reveal anti-predator behaviours. Ibis 152:830-834. 513K

10-BERNHARDT, G. E., W. B. E. KUTSCHBACH-BROHL, R. B. CHIPMAN, AND L. C. FRANCOEUR. 2010. Temporal variation in terrestrial invertebrate consumption by laughing gulls in New York. American Midland Naturalist 153:442-454. 519K

10-HANSON, K. C., T. L. DEVAULT, AND S. J. DINSMORE. 2010. Increased abundance and first breeding record of the neotropic cormorant ( Phalacrocorax brasilianus) on the alluvial plain of Mississippi. Southeastern Naturalist 9:385-394. 747K

10-HOMAN, H. J., A. A. SLOWIK, B. F. BLACKWELL, AND G. M. LINZ. 2010. Field testing Class IIIb handheld lasers to disperse roosting blackbirds. Online: National Sunflower Association Research Forum (http://www. sunflowernsa. com/research/research-workshop/documents/Homan_Lasers_10. pdf). National Sunflower Association, Fargo, North Dakota

10-KEIRN, G., J. CEPEK, B. BLACKWELL, AND T. DEVAULT. 2010. On a quest for safer skies. The Wildlife Professional Summer 2010:52-55. 865K

10-KUTSCHBACH-BROHL, L., B. E. WASHBURN, G. E. BERNHARDT, R. B. CHIPMAN, AND L. C. FRANCOEUR. 2010. Arthropods of a semi-natural grassland in an urban environment: the John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York. Journal of Insect Conservation 14:347-358. 473K

10-SCHMIDT, P. M., MCCLEERY, R. R. LOPEZ, N. J. SILVY, AND J. A. SCHMIDT. 2010. Habitat succession, hardwood encroachment and raccoons as limiting factors for Lower Keys marsh rabbits. Biological Conservation 143:2703-2710. 413K

10-SCHMIDT, P. M., AND H. K. STRICKER. 2010. What tradition teaches: indigenous knowledge complements Western wildlife science. The Wildlife Professional Winter:40-44. 7.3MB

10-SEAMANS, T. W., S. BECKERMAN, J. HARTMANN, J. A. RADER, AND B. F. BLACKWELL. 2010. Reporting difference for colored patagial tags on ring-billed bulls. Journal of Wildlife Management 74:1926-1930. 356K

2009

09- BLACKWELL, B. F., AND T. L. DEVAULT. 2009. Richard A. Dolbeer: scientist, innovator, manager, and mentor. Human-Wildlife Conflicts 3:296-297. 317K

09-BLACKWELL, B. F., T. L. DEVAULT, AND E. FERNANDEZ-JURICIC. 2009. Wildlife collisions with aircraft: a missing component of land-use planning for airports. Landscape and Urban Planning 93:1-9.

09-BLACKWELL, B. F., E. FERNANDEZ-JURICIC, T. W. SEAMANS, AND T. DOLAN. 2009. Avian visual system configuration and behavioural response to object approach. Animal Behaviour 77:673-684. 387K

09-BLACKWELL, B. F., AND T. W. SEAMANS. 2009. Enhancing the perceived threat of vehicle approach to deer. Journal of Wildlife Management 73:128-135. 552K

09-DEVAULT, T. L., J. E. KUBEL, O. E. RHODES JR., AND R. A. DOLBEER. 2009. Habitat and bird communities at small airports in the midwestern USA. Proceedings of the Wildlife Damage Management Conference 13:137-145. 122K

09-FIKE, J. A., T. L. DEVAULT, AND O. E. RHODES. 2009. Identification of 24 polymorphic microsatellite markers for the double-crested cormorant ( Phalacrocorax auritus). Molecular Ecology Resources 9:1183-1185. 64K

09-GLISTA, D. J., T. L. DEVAULT, AND J. A. DEWOODY. 2009. A review of mitigation measures for reducing wildlife mortality on roadways. Landscape and Urban Planning 91:1-7. 328K

09-HUMBERG, L. A., T. L. DEVAULT, AND O. E. RHODES JR. 2009. Survival and cause-specific mortality of wild turkeys in northern Indiana. American Midland Naturalist 161:313-322. 143K

09-SEAMANS, T. W., S. E. CLEMONS, AND A. L. GOSSER. 2009. Observations of neck-collared Canada geese near John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York. Human-Wildlife Conflicts 3:22-250. 480K

2008

08-BLACKWELL, B. F., L. M. SCHAFER, D. A. HELON, AND M. A. LINNELL. 2008. Bird use of stormwater-management ponds: decreasing avian attractants on airports. Landscape and Urban Planning 86:162-170. 780

08-BLACKWELL, B. F., AND T. W. SEAMANS. 2008. Food scraps composting and vector control. BioCycle Jun 2008:35-37. 402K

08-DEVAULT, T. L., J. E. KUBEL, D. J. GLISTA, AND O. E. RHODES, JR. 2008. Mammalian hazards at small airports in Indiana: impact of perimeter fencing. Human-Wildlife Conflicts 2:240-247.

08- GLISTA, D. J., AND T. L. DEVAULT. 2008. Road mortality of terrestrial vertebrates in Indiana. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science 117:55-62. 1,226K

08-GLISTA, D. J., T. L. DEVAULT, AND J. A. DEWOODY. 2008. Vertebrate road mortality predominantly impacts amphibians. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 3:77-87. 2,054K

08-RAMEY, P. C., B. F. BLACKWELL, R. J. GATES, AND R. D. SLEMONS. 2008. Oral rabies vaccination of a northern Ohio raccoon population: relevance of population density and prebait serology. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 44:553-568. 505K
 

08-SEAMANS, T. W., AND D. A. HELON. 2008. Comparison of electrified mats and cattle guards to control white-tailed deer ( Odocoileus virginianus) access through fences. Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 23:206-209. 151K

08-SEAMANS, T. W., AND D. A. HELON. 2008. Evaluation of an electrified mat as a white-tailed deer ( Odocoileus virginianus) barrier. International Journal of Pest Management 54:89-94. 240K

2007

07-BELANT, J. L., T. W. SEAMANS, AND D. PAETKAU. 2007. Genetic tagging free-ranging white-tailed deer using hair snares. Ohio Journal of Science 107:50-56. 808K

07-BENTLER, K. T., J. S. HALL, J. J. ROOT, K. KLENK, B. SCHMIT, B. F. BLACKWELL, P. C. RAMEY, AND LARRY CLARK. 2007. Serologic evidence of West Nile virus exposure in North American mesopredators. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 76:179. NWRCPDF 210K

07-BLACKWELL, B. F., M. L. AVERY, B. D. WATTS, AND M. S. LOWNEY. 2007. Demographics of black vultures in North Carolina. Journal of Wildlife Management 71:1976-1979. NWRCPDF 76K

O'HARE, J., J. D. EISEMAN, K. A. FAGERSTONE, L. L. KOCH, AND T. W. SEAMANS. 2007. Use of alpha-chloralose by USDA Wildlife Services to immobilize birds. Proceedings of the Wildlife Damage Management Conference 12:103-113. 300K

07-SEAMANS, T. W., S. C. BARRAS, AND G. E. BERNHARDT. 2007. Evaluation of two perch deterrents for starlings, blackbirds and pigeons. International Journal of Pest Management 53:45-51. 201K

07-SEAMANS, T. W., S. C. BARRAS, G. E. BERNHARDT, B. F. BLACKWELL, AND J. D. CEPEK. 2007. Comparison of 2 vegetation-height management practices for wildlife control at airports. Human-Wildlife Conflicts 1:97-105. 908K

07-WASHBURN, B. E., S. C. BARRAS, AND T. W. SEAMANS. 2007. Foraging preferences of captive Canada geese related to turfgrass mixtures. Human-Wildlife Conflicts 1:214-223. 882K

07-WASHBURN, B. E., AND T. W. SEAMANS. 2007. Wildlife responses to vegetation height management in cool-season grasslands. Rangeland Ecology & Management 60:319-323.

2006

06-BLACKWELL, B. F., AND S. E. WRIGHT. 2006. Collisions of red-tailed hawks ( Buteo jamaicensis), turkey vultures ( Cathartes aura) and black vultures ( Coragyps atratus) with aircraft: implications for bird strike reduction. Journal of Raptor Research 40:76-80. 271K

06-10 BLACKWELL, B. F., T. W. SEAMANS, AND B. E. WASHBURN. 2006. Use of infrared technology in wildlife surveys. Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 22:467-472. 127K

2005

05-BEASON, R. C. 2005. Mechanisms of magnetic orientation in birds. Integrative and Comparative Biology 45:565-573. 112K

2004

04-10 BEASON, R. C. 2004. What can birds hear? Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 21:92-96. 307K

04-11 BLACKWELL, B. F., AND G. E. BERNHARDT. 2004. Efficacy of aircraft landing lights in stimulating avoidance behavior in birds. Journal of Wildlife Management 68:725-732. 718K

04-13 BLACKWELL, B. F., B. E. WASHBURN, AND M. BEGIER. 2004. Evaluating population management scenarios: crunching the numbers before going to the field. Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 21:306-311. 467K

04-84 SEAMANS, T. W. AND G. E. BERNHARDT. 2004. Response of Canada geese to a dead goose effigy. Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 21:104-106. 201K

04-100 WASHBURN, B. E., AND T. W. SEAMANS. 2004. Management of vegetation to reduce wildlife hazards at airports. FAA Airport Technology Transfer Conference & Exposition. Atlantic City, New Jersey. 529K

2003

03-12 BEASON, R. C. 2003. Through a bird's eye—avian sensory perception. Proceedings of the Bird Strike Committee USA/Canada 2003 Conference. 144K Available online: http://www.birdstrikecanada.com/Papers2003/Robert Beason.doc

03-20 CLEARY, E. C., R. A. DOLBEER, AND S. E. WRIGHT. 2003. Wildlife strikes to civil aircraft in the United States 1990-2002. Federal Aviation Administration National Wildlife Strike Database Serial Report 9. http://wildlife.pr.erau.edu/Bash90-02b.pdf

03-26 DOLBEER, R. A., ANDG. E. BERNHARDT. 2003. Age-specific reproduction by female laughing gulls ( Larus atricilla). Auk 120:531-535. 239K

03-82 SEAMANS, T. W. 2003. Are birds scared by rotating mirrors? Proceedings of the Bird Strike Committee USA/Canada 2003 Conference. 137K Available online: http://www.birdstrikecanada.com/Papers2003/Thomas Seamans.doc

03-115 WRIGHT, S. E. 2003. The National Wildlife Strike Database for the USA: 1990-2002 and beyond. Proceedings of the Bird Strike Committee USA/Canada 2003 Conference. 156K Available online: http://www.birdstrikecanada.com/Papers2003/Sandra Wright.doc
      

   


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