Birds of New Mexico

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Content: Topic category: Birds Keywords: Birds County: All Title: Birds of New Mexico Author: Bailey, F.M. Date: 1928 Publication/journal/publisher: New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, Sante Fe, New Mexico. 807 pages. Type of document: Book Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Marron Library Purchase Price: Web site address: Document Location: University of New Mexico Library Work initiated by: NMDGF Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: A classic work published the early 1960's that documents the diverse species of birds. known to occur in New Mexico at that time. This book contains detailed descriptions of each of these species of birds, but more important it documents the range of these species within New Mexico, and often provides specific locations where they are known to nest.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Guadalupe Canyon, Animas Mountains County: Hidalgo Title: Nectar availability and habitat selection by hummingbirds in Guadalupe Canyon Author: Baltosser, W.H Date: 1989 Publication/journal/publisher: Wilson Bulletin 101(4): 559-578 Type of document: journal article Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Internet Purchase Price: Web site address: http://lib.nmsu.edu/resources/guides/plants/Birds.htm#Grant Document Location: University of New Mexico Library and JSTOR Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: This article documents the importance of nectar availability as it relates to the seasonal occurrence and abundance of several species of hummingbirds within Guadalupe Canyon in Animas Mountains, NM.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Hummingbirds County: Grant Title: Nesting success and productivity of hummingbirds in southwestern New Mexico and southeastern Arizona. Author: Baltosser, W.H. Date: 1986 Publication/journal/publisher: Wilson Bulletin 101(4): 559-578 Type of document: Journal Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Internet Purchase Price: Web site address: http://lib.nmsu.edu/resources/guides/plants/Birds.htm#Grant Document Location: University of New Mexico Library and JSTOR Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: Predation was the major source of nest failure for hummingbirds studied in southwestern New Mexico and southeastern Arizona, accounting for nearly 80% of all failed nest attempts. Results of the present study are consistent with those of previous studies that have dealt with nesting female hummingbirds, and suggest that predation and productivity are more generalized than might be expected based on the range of habitats occupied.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Gila Woodpecker County: Grant Title: An analysis of Gila woodpecker vocalizations. Author: Brenowitz, G.L Date: 1978 Publication/journal/publisher: Wilson Bulletin 90(3): 451-452. Type of document: Journal Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Internet Purchase Price: Web site address: http://lib.nmsu.edu/resources/guides/plants/Birds.htm#Grant Document Location: University of New Mexico Library and JSTOR Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: Woodpeckers (Meherpes zuopygialis) are conspicuous for their vocal behavior. The purpose of this study is to further describe Gila Woodpecker vocalizations and to analyze them spectrographically.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Gila Woodpecker County: Grant Title: Gila Woodpecker Agonistic Behavior Author: Brenowitz, G.L Date: 1978 Publication/journal/publisher: Auk 95(1): 49-58 Type of document: Journal Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Internet Purchase Price: Web site address: http://lib.nmsu.edu/resources/guides/plants/Birds.htm#Grant Document Location: University of New Mexico Library and JSTOR Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: Gila woodpeckers are conspicuous for their vocal behavior and for other related behaviors. The effects of intra- and interspecific territoriality on the distribution of the species is also presented.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: County: Title: Spatial analysis of breeding habitat for two avian species of concern in the Cliff-Gila Valley, New Mexico Author: Brodhead, K.M. Date: 2002 Publication/journal/publisher: Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts 87: 325 Type of document: Meeting Presentation Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Purchase Price: Web site address: Document Location: Unknown Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary:
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Riparian Birds County: All Title: Population Structure and social organization of Southwestern Riparian Birds Author: Carothers, S.W., R.R. Johnson, and S.W. Aitchison Date: 1974 Publication/journal/publisher: Population Structure and Social Organization of Southwestern Riparian Birds.14:97-108 Type of document: Journal Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Internet Purchase Price: Web site address: Document Location: University of New Mexico Library and JSTOR Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: Bird breeding populations were studied on seven riparian woodland study plots in north-central Arizona. This study documents the differences in bird species diversity within these study plots and correlates the differences with foliage height diversity.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Swainson's hawk County: all Title: Nesting of Swainson's hawks (Buteo Swainsoni) in Riparian woodlands of New Mexico Author: Catrol, J.L., D.A. Dean, S.H. Stoleson, and P.J. Polcehia Date: 2004 Publication/journal/publisher: NMOS Bulletin 32(4): 91091 Type of document: Journal Article Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Internet Purchase Price: Web site address: Document Location: JSTOR Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: This article details the nesting success of Swainson's hawks within the various forms of Riparian Woodlands located in southwestern New Mexico.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Southwestern Willow Flycatcher County: All Title: The Riparian Species Recovery Plan: A status Report Author: Chambers, S.M. Date: 1995 Publication/journal/publisher: Pages 277-280 in Desired future conditions for southwestern riparian ecosystems, September 18-22, 1995, Albuquerque. Ft. Collins: USDA Forest Service. Gov Doc A13.88:RM-GTR-272 Type of document: Technical Document Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Internet Purchase Price: Web site address: http://www.fs.fed.us/rm/pubs_rm/rm_gtr272.pdf Document Location: On internet Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: Habitats, threats, and conservation of the southwestern willow flycatcher (Empidonax traillii extimus).
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Mourning Dove, San Simon Cienega County: Hidalgo Title: Nesting of mourning doves at San Simon Cienega, southwestern New Mexico Author: Davis, C.A., and G.K. Sintz Date: 1973 Publication/journal/publisher: New Mexico Agricultural Experiment Station(265), Las Cruces Type of document: Technical Report Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Internet Purchase Price: Web site address: http://lib.nmsu.edu/resources/guides/plants/Birds.htm#Hidalgo Document Location: NM Department of Agriculture Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: This paper documents the nesting activity of mourning doves within the wetland and associated riparian habitat located at the San Simon Cienega, in the northern half of Hidalgo County located within southwestern New Mexico.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: San Simon Marsh County: Hidalgo Title: Effects of restoration and management of the San Simon Marsh on its utilization by Mexican ducks Author: Davis, C.A., and V.W. Bevel Date: 1970 Publication/journal/publisher: New Mexico Agricultural Experiment Station, Las Cruces Type of document: Technical Report Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Internet Purchase Price: Web site address: http://lib.nmsu.edu/resources/guides/plants/Birds.htm#Hidalgo Document Location: NM Department of Agriculture Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: Mexican duck utilization of San Simon Marsh after restoration
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Raptors County: Luna Title: Results of a raptor survey in southwestern New Mexico Author: Eagle, W.L, E.L. Smith, S.W. Hoffman, D.W. Stahlecker, and R.B. Duncan Date: 1996 Publication/journal/publisher: Raptor Research 30(4): 183-188 Type of document: Journal Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Internet Purchase Price: Web site address: http://lib.nmsu.edu/resources/guides/plants/Birds.htm#Luna Document Location: University of New Mexico Library and JSTOR Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: Eight roadside surveys for raptors were conducted in southwestern New Mexico from May 1988-January 1989. Seventeen species were observed. This article presents the data related to those observations and the habitats in which the birds were observed.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Gray-breasted Jay County: Catron Title: Ecological distribution of the gray-breasted jay: the role of habitat. Author: Edwards, T.C. Date: 1986 Publication/journal/publisher: Condor 88(4): 456-460 Type of document: Journal Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Internet Purchase Price: Web site address: http://lib.nmsu.edu/resources/guides/plants/Birds.htm#Catron Document Location: University of New Mexico Library and JSTOR Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: Habitat relationships of gray-breasted jays in southwestern New Mexico were investigated to determine what factors might account for the abrupt termination of this species range. Results indicated that gray-breasted jays are tied closely to the densities of mast-producing tree species.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Willow Flycatcher County: All Title: Draft literature review on the Water Needs of Southwestern Willow Flycatcher Author: ERO Resources Corporation Date: 2008 Publication/journal/publisher: US Bureau of Reclamation , Albuquerque, New Mexico Type of document: PDF Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Internet Purchase Price: Web site address: http://lib.nmsu.edu/resources/guides/plants/Birds.htm#Hidalgo Document Location: Bureau of Reclamation Work initiated by: BOR Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: This article summarizes the available literature concerning the hydrological requirements of the southwestern willow flycatcher in New Mexico.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Willow Flycatcher County: Grant Title: Status and migration of the southwestern willow flycatcher in New Mexico. Author: Finch, D.M. and J.F. Kelley Date: 1999 Publication/journal/publisher: Pages 187-203 in Rio Grande ecosystems: linking land, water and people. Rocky Mountain Research Station, Proceedings RMRS-P-7. Type of document: Technical Document Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Internet Purchase Price: Web site address: http://lib.nmsu.edu/resources/guides/plants/Birds.htm Document Location: NMSU LibraryGov Doc A13.151/5:RMRS-P-7 Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: Several Federal and state agencies in Arizona and New Mexico are collaborating on the development of a strategy for the restoration of riparian systems. The strategy that is taking shape is the development of a package of formats, methods and information that can guide local groups in developing and implementing local riparian restoration plans.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: SW Willow Flycatcher County: Catron, Grant Title: Status, Ecology and Conservation of the Southwestern Willow Flycatcher. Author: Finch, D.M. and S.H. Stoleson (eds) Date: 2000 Publication/journal/publisher: Gen. Tech. Report. RMRS_GTR-60. Ogden, UT: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mt. Research Station 131 p. Type of document: Technical Report Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Internet Purchase Price: Web site address: http://www.fs.fed.us/rm/pubs/rmrs_gtr060.pdf Document Location: Rocky Mt. Research Station Work initiated by: USDA Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: This publication was prepared in response to a need expressed by southwestern agencies and organizations for a comprehensive assessment of the population status, history, biology, ecology, habitats, threats, and conservation of the southwestern willow flycatcher (Empidonax traillii extimus). The southwestern willow flycatcher was federally listed as an Endangered subspecies in 1995. A team of flycatcher experts from multiple agencies and organizations identified components of the publication, wrote chapters, and cooperatively assembled management recommendations and research needs. We hope this publication will be useful in conserving populations and habitats of the southwestern willow flycatcher.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Spotted Owl County: Grant Title: Intermountain movement by Mexican spotted owls (Strix occidentalis lucida) Author: Gutierrez, R.J., M.E. Seamnas, and M.Z. Perr Date: 1996 Publication/journal/publisher: Great Basin Naturalist 56(1): 87-89 Type of document: Journal Article Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Internet Purchase Price: Web site address: http://lib.nmsu.edu/resources/guides/plants/Birds.htm#Grant Document Location: University of New Mexico Library and JSTOR Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: Organizations for a comprehensive assessment of the population status, history, biology, ecology. Twenty-four birds were banded and followed over time. This article details the distribution of these owls and in some cases their demise.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Gila Valley County: Grant Title: The Summer Birds of the Gila Valley, New Mexico Author: Hubbard, J.P. Date: 1971 Publication/journal/publisher: Numouria 2:35 Type of document: Journal Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Internet Purchase Price: Web site address: Document Location: University of NM Library and JSTOR Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: We hope this publication will be useful in conserving populations and habitats of the New Mexico.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Gray Hawk County: Grant Title: Status of the gray hawk in New Mexico Author: Hubbard, J.P. Date: 1974 Publication/journal/publisher: Auk 91(1): 163-166 Type of document: Journal Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Internet Purchase Price: Web site address: http://lib.nmsu.edu/resources/guides/plants/Birds.htm#Grant Document Location: University of NM Library and JSTOR Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: The southwestern willow flycatcher was federally listed as an Endangered subspecies in 1995. A team detailing the distribution and life history of the species. Ultimately the article details the extent of this species as it occurred in 1974.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Bald Eagle County: Grant Title: The bald eagle Author: Hubbard, J.P. Date: 1974 Publication/journal/publisher: New Mexico Wildlife 21(4): 2-6 Type of document: Journal Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Internet Purchase Price: Web site address: http://lib.nmsu.edu/resources/guides/plants/Birds.htm#Grant Document Location: NM Department of Game and Fish Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: Flycatcher experts from multiple agencies and organizations identified components of the publication. It also details the decline of the species in the southwest and makes the connection of this decline to the use of DDT.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Bird Checklist County: All Title: Revised Check-List of the Birds of New Mexico Author: Hubbard, J.P. Date: 1978 Publication/journal/publisher: New Mexico Ornithological Society Publication No. 6 Type of document: Technical Report Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Marron Library, can be copied Purchase Price: Web site address: Document Location: UNM Library, Marron Library or JSTOR Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: Wrote chapters, and cooperatively assembled management recommendations and research phylogenetically.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Avian Community Structure County: All Title: Avian Community Structure Changes in a Mature Floodplain Forest after Extensive Flooding Author: Hunter, W.C., B.W. Anderson, and R.D. Omart Date: 1987 Publication/journal/publisher: Journal of Wildlife Management 51:495-502 Type of document: Journal Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Nature Conservancy List Purchase Price: Web site address: Document Location: University of NM Library and JSTOR Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: Effects of flooding on the vegetation and avian communities of the Bill Williams River, Arizona was evaluated from 1976 to 1983. During that time high flows caused the death of 99% of the cottonwoods and 64% of the Gooding's willows. This study follows the associated decline in the diversity of bird species.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Avian Diversity Western Riparian County: All Title: Scale Perspectives on Avian Diversity in Western Riparian Ecosystems Author: Knoph F.L. and F.B. Samson Date: 1994 Publication/journal/publisher: Conservation Biology 8:669-676 Type of document: Journal Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Nature Conservancy List Purchase Price: Web site address: Document Location: University of NM Library and JSTOR Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: The conservation of Riparian Vegetation in Western North America has emphasized proving habitats for locally diverse avifauna. Site diversity, especially as it relates to the number of avian species, is higher in riparian communities.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Bird Locations County: All Title: New Mexico Birds and Where to Find Them Author: Ligon, J.S. Date: 1961 Publication/journal/publisher: The University of New Mexico Press. 1961. 360 pages Type of document: Book Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): UNM Zimmerman Library or Marron Library Purchase Price: Web site address: Document Location: UNM Library, JSTOR and Marron Library Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: This is a comprehensive work detailing the locations, habitats and breeding information about most of the birds within New Mexico. It is accompanied by some illustrations as well as anecdotal data on the observations of birds within New Mexico.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Vegetation Bird Density County: All Title: The Relationship Between Breeding Bird Density and Vegetation Volume Author: Mills, G.S., J.B.J. Bunning, and J.M. Bates Date: 1991 Publication/journal/publisher: Wilson Bulletin 103(3), 468-479 Type of document: Journal Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Nature Conservancy List Purchase Price: Web site address: Document Location: JSTOR Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: A basic theory or avian biology is that the number of birds in an area reflects the availability of critical resources. This paper presents the results of studies that correlated an index of total vegetation with breeding bird densities at 31 sites in southwestern shrub and desert habitats.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: County: Title: Biogeography variation in nest placement: a case study with conservation applications Author: Parody, J.M. and T.H. Parker Date: 2002 Publication/journal/publisher: Diversity and Distributions 8(1):11-20 Type of document: Journal Article Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Purchase Price: Web site address: Document Location: Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: Local habitat characteristics are often used to describe a species' niche despite the fact that habitat use can vary across the geographical range. We sought to quantify variation in habitat preferences by asking how nesting habit varies within and between populations of Bell's vireo (Vireo bellii) across its geographical range. Analyses of detailed nest placement data from three localities (Kansas, eastern New Mexico and western New Mexico) showed a general trend towards use of dense vegetation. However, there was substantial variation in nest placement and vegetation at nest sites between localities.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Nesting Habitat County: All Title: Nesting Habitat and Reproductive Success of Southwestern Riparian Birds Author: Powell, B.F. and R.J. Steidl Date: 2000 Publication/journal/publisher: Condor 102(4) 823-831 Type of document: Journal Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Nature Conservancy List Purchase Price: Web site address: Document Location: University of New Mexico Library and JSTOR Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: Vegetation structure and floristic composition strongly influence the structure of bird communities. To assess the influence of vegetation and other environmental characteristics of songbirds, this studied quantified nest-site characteristics and reproductive success of a riparian songbird community in Arizona.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Riparian Bird Breeding County: All Title: Community Organization of Riparian Breeding Birds: Response to an Annual Resource Peak Author: Rosenberg, K., R. Omart and B. Anderson Date: 1982 Publication/journal/publisher: Auk 99:260-274 Type of document: Journal Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Nature Conservancy List Purchase Price: Web site address: Document Location: UNM Library, Marron Library, or JSTOR Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: Spatial distribution, foraging behavior, and diets of 12-13 insectivorous birds species were measured during two breeding seasons in riparian forests in Arizona. The articles discusses the diet and coexistence without niche separation of ecologically similar birds within southwestern riparian communities.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Habitat Use Breeding Birds County: All Title: Importance of Spatial Scale to Habitat Use by Breeding Birds in Riparian Forests: A Hierarchical Analysis Author: Sabb, V. Date: 1999 Publication/journal/publisher: Ecological Applications 9(1): 135-151 Type of document: Journal Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Nature Conservancy List Purchase Price: Web site address: Document Location: UNM Library, Marron Library, or JSTOR Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: Patterns of habitat use by breeding birds were studied in cottonwood riparian forests of the Snake River. This paper addresses a series of predictions about species distributions within the riparian habitats.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Gould's Turkey County: Hidalgo Title: Ecology and management of Gould's turkeys in southwestern New Mexico Author: Schemntiz, S.D., D.E. Figer, and R.C. Willgin Date: 1990 Publication/journal/publisher: Pages 72-83 in Proceedings of the sixth National Wild Turkey Symposium, Charleston, South Carolina (William Healy and Georgette Healey, editors). Type of document: Symposium Report Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Internet Purchase Price: Web site address: http://lib.nmsu.edu/resources/guides/plants/Birds.htm#Hidalgo Document Location: NM Department of Game and Fish Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: Ecology and management of Gould's turkeys in southwestern New Mexico.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Spotted Owl County: Catron Title: Breeding habitat of the Mexican spotted owl in the Tularosa Mountains, New Mexico Author: Seamans, M.E. and R.J. Gutierrez. Date: 11995 Publication/journal/publisher: Condor 97(4): 944-952 Type of document: Journal Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Internet Purchase Price: Web site address: http://lib.nmsu.edu/resources/guides/plants/Birds.htm#Catron Document Location: University of New Mexico Library and JSTOR Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: This article presents information on nest and roost habitat characteristics of Mexican Spotted owls in the Tularosa Mountains of New Mexico. Owls selected both nesting and roosting sites in mixed-conifer forests that contained and oak component more frequent than expected by chance.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Willow Flycatcher, distribution, breeding sites County: All Title: Distribution and characteristics of southwestern willow flycatcher breeding sites and territories: 1993-2001 Author: Sogge, M.K., S.J. Sferra, T.D. McCarthey, S.O. Williams, and B.E. Kus Date: 2003 Publication/journal/publisher: Studies in Avian Biology 2003 26: 5-11 Type of document: Journal Article Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Internet Purchase Price: Web site address: http://sbsc.wr.usgs.gov/products/pdfs/SAB26_Sogge_et_al.pdf Document Location: On internet Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: Authors provide a synthesis of known information - California, Arizona, and New Mexico account for 89% of known territories; Approximately half of territories are comprised of 90% native plants - willow saltcedar or box elder are the dominant tree species. box elder use occurs only in the Cliff-Gila Valley, New Mexico.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Willow Flycatcher County: All Title: The Importance or Riparian Habitats to Migrating Birds Author: Stevens L.E., B.E. Brown, J.M. Simpson and R.R. Johnson Date: 1977 Publication/journal/publisher: U.S. Forest Service General Technical Report RM-43 156-164 Type of document: Technical Report Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Nature Conservancy List Purchase Price: Web site address: Document Location: U.S. Forest Service Work initiated by: USFS Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: Wildlife use riparian zones disproportionately more than any other type of habitat. This document describes the importance of riparian vegetation particularly to migrating birds.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Willow Flycatcher County: Title: Unusual nest sites for Southwestern willow flycatchers Author: Stoleson, S.H. and D.M. Finch Date: 1999 Publication/journal/publisher: Wilson Bulletin 111(4) 574-575 Type of document: Journal Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Purchase Price: Web site address: Document Location: Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: The endangered southwester willow flycatcher is an obligate riparian species that nests in willow thickets and other dense, shrubby habitats. This article details finding southwestern willow flycatcher nests in Arizona sycamore and in a climbing rose, suggesting that the nest substrate for this species is broader than originally believed.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Willow Flycatcher County: Title: Microhabitat use by breeding southwestern willow flycatchers on the Gila River Author: Stoleson, S.H. and D.M. Finch Date: 2003 Publication/journal/publisher: Studies in Avian Biology 26:91-95 Type of document: Journal Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Purchase Price: Web site address: Document Location: Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: Microhabitat use by breeding southwestern willow flycatchers on the Gila River.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Willow Flycatcher, breeding sites, brood parasitism, brown headed cowbird County: Title: Southwestern Willow Flycatchers (Empidonax Traillii Extimus) in a Grazed Landscape: Factors Influencing Brood Parasitism Author: Stoleson, S.H. and D.M. Finch Date: 2007 Publication/journal/publisher: The Auk 124(4):1213-1228. 2007 Type of document: Journal Article Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Bio One online Journal Purchase Price: Web site address: Document Location: Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: The authors investigate brood parasitism by brown headed cowbirds in sw willow flycatcher nests. They found that brood parasitism was strongly correlated with habitat characteristics: nests in larger patches or nests built near the patch edge adjacent to a river were more susceptible to parasitism. Nests in box elders were less susceptible to parasitism, whereas nests in willows were more susceptible to parasitism.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Distribution Pattern Riparian County: All Title: Bird Species Distribution Patterns in Riparian Habitats in Southeastern Arizona Author: Strong T.R. and C.E. Bock Date: 1990 Publication/journal/publisher: Condor 92(4): 866-885 Type of document: Journal Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Nature Conservancy List Purchase Price: Web site address: Document Location: University of New Mexico Library and JSTOR Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: Bird species densities were determined for Summer and winter on 132 study plots grouped into 25 riparian habitats in or near the Huachuca Mountains of southeastern Arizona. The habitats were defined based on the dominant riparian tree species.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Spotted Owl County: Catron, Grant Title: Mexican Spotted Owl Recovery Plan Author: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Date: Publication/journal/publisher: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Albuquerque, New Mexico Type of document: PDF Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Internet Purchase Price: Web site address: http://ecos.fws.gov/docs/recovery_plan/NSO%20Final%20Rec%20Plan%20051408.p df Document Location: On internet Work initiated by: USFWS Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: This document presents a plan for the recovery of the endangered Mexican spotted owl. This Recovery Plan relies on Federal lands to provide the major contribution for spotted owl recovery. In the western Physiographic Provinces, Managed Owl Conservation Areas (MOCAs) are recommended to provide habitat for the recovery of the spotted owl.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Aplomado Falcon County: Hidalgo, Luna, Grant Title: Northern Aplomado Recovery Plan Author: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Date: 1990 Publication/journal/publisher: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Albuquerque, New Mexico Type of document: PDF Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Internet Purchase Price: Web site address: http://ecos.fws.gov/docs/recovery_plan/900608.pdf Document Location: On internet Work initiated by: USFWS Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: This document presents a plan for the recovery of the northern aplomado falcon. The plan provides measures to increase the population in the American southwest with a goal of a minimum self--sustaining population of 60 breeding pairs has been established in the United States (this goal may be modified after we learn more about suitable habitat within the United States).
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Willow Flycatcher County: All Title: Southwestern Willow Flycatcher Recovery Plan Author: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Date: 2002 Publication/journal/publisher: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Albuquerque, New Mexico Type of document: PDF Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Internet Purchase Price: Web site address: http://ecos.fws.gov/docs/recovery_plans/2002/020830c.pdf Document Location: On internet Work initiated by: USFWS Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: This document presents a plan for the recovery of the endangered southwestern willow flycatcher. The plan provides a sequence of actions that if effective would reduce the status of the southwestern willow flycatcher from endangered to threatened and eventually remove it from the endangered species list.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Willow Flycatcher County: All Title: Designation of Critical Habitat for the Southwestern Willow Flycatcher Draft Environmental Assessment Author: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Date: 2005 Publication/journal/publisher: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Albuquerque, New Mexico Type of document: PDF Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Purchase Price: Web site address: Document Location: On internet Work initiated by: USFWS Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: This is a draft document proposing areas of critical habitat designation for the southwestern willow flycatcher. This document proposed specific stretches of rivers as critical habitat for this species.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Yellow-billed Cuckoos County: All Title: Additional Observations on Precopulatory Behavior of Yellow-Billed cuckoos Author: Wilson, J.K. Date: 2000 Publication/journal/publisher: The Southwestern Naturalist: Volume 45, No. 4, Pages 535-536 Type of document: Journal Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Marron Library Purchase Price: Web site address: Document Location: Southwestern Naturalist Reprints or Marron Library Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: Behavior of yellow-billed cuckoo in the spring of 1997.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Townsend's Solitaire County: Hidalgo Title: The Mexican Subspecies of Townsend's Solitaire in the Animas Mountains: A First for New Mexico and the United States Author: Wilson, J.K. Date: 2002 Publication/journal/publisher: The Southwestern Naturalist: Volume 47, No. 1, Pages 114-116 Type of document: Journal Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Marron Library Purchase Price: Web site address: Document Location: University of New Mexico Library, JSTOR, and Marron Library Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: This paper discusses the range of the Mexican subspecies of Townsend's solitaire in southwestern NM and its relationship to populations in adjacent Mexico.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Willow Flycatcher Brown-headed Cowbird County: All Title: Brown-headed Cowbird Attacks Southwestern Willow Flycatcher Nestlings Author: Woodward, H.P., and S.H. Stoleson Date: 2002 Publication/journal/publisher: The Southwestern Naturalist: Volume 47, No. 4, Pages 626-628 Type of document: Journal Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Marron Library Purchase Price: Web site address: Document Location: University of New Mexico Library and JSTOR and Marron Library Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: This article documents brown-headed cowbird attacks on southwestern willow flycatcher nests in the early summer of 2000. These attacks occurred in the Gila River Valley in mature riparian forest. During these attacks the young southwestern willow flycatcher chicks were ejected from the nest by brown-headed cowbirds.
Topic category: Birds Keywords: Gould's Turkey, Pelencillo Mts. County: Hidalgo Title: Home Range, Habitat Use, and Diet of Gould's Turkeys, Peloncillo Mountains, New Mexico Author: York, D.L. and S.D. Schemnitz Date: 2003 Publication/journal/publisher: The Southwestern Naturalist: Volume 48, No. 2, Pages 231-240 Type of document: Journal Source of document / Search method (phone, internet, library, etc.): Marron Library Purchase Price: Web site address: Document Location: University of New Mexico Library and JSTOR and Marron Library Work initiated by: Work funded by: Type of review: Location of Work: Abstract or brief summary: This paper documents the home range, habitat use, and diet of Gould's turkey in the Peloncillo Mountains of New Mexico and Arizona. Fieldwork occurred in 1989 documenting that preferred Gould's turkey habitat consisted of pinyon-juniper woodland with and abundance of pinyon ricegrass.

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