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Bibliography of night flight call publications

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2000-2009

Lanzone, M., DeLeon, E., Grove, L., and A. Farnsworth. 2009. Revealing undocumented or poorly known flight calls of warblers (Parulidae) using a novel method of recording birds in captivity. The Auk 126(3):511-519.

 

Floyd, T. 2009. Upland Sandpiper: a regular fall migrant in the Front Range region? Colorado Birds 43: 261–267.

 

Floyd, T. 2008. Nocturnal migration over Lafayette, Colorado: July–November 2007. Colorado Birds 42: 176–187.

 

SCHRAMA, T., POOT, M., ROBB, M. & SLABBEKOORN, H. 2008. Automated monitoring of avian flight calls during nocturnal migration. In: Frommolt, K.-H., Bardeli, R. & Clausen, M. (Eds). International Expert meeting on IT-based detection of bioacoustical pattern. Federal Agency for Nature Conservation, International Academy for Nature Conservation (INA), Isle of Vilm. BfN-Skripten 234: 131-134.

 

Evans, W. R., Y. Akashi, N. S. Altman, and A. M. Manville II. 2007. Response of night-migrating songbirds in cloud to colored and flashing light. North American Birds 60:476-488. Download pdf

 

Floyd, T. 2007. Detecting and documenting nocturnal migration in Colorado. Colorado Birds 41: 16–28.

 

Farnsworth, A. 2005. Flight calls and their value for future ornithological studies and conservation research. Auk 122(3):733-746.

 

Farnsworth, A. and R. W. Russell. 2005. Evaluation of a method for monitoring audible fall bird migration traffic over platforms. Pages 247–256 in Interactions Between Migrating Birds and Off shore Oil and Gas Platforms in the Northern Gulf of Mexico (R. W. Russell, Ed.). Minerals Management Service Publication 2005-009 (Chapter 14).


Farnsworth, A. and I. J. Lovette. 2005. Evolution of nocturnal flight-calls in migrating wood-warblers, apparent lack of morphological constraints. Journal of Avian Biology 36: 1-11.

 

Evans, W.R.  2005. Monitoring avian night flight calls - the new century ahead. Passenger Pigeon 67:15-24. Download pdf

 

Farnsworth, A., Gauthreaux, S.A., and van Blaricom, D. 2004. A comparison of nocturnal call counts of migrating birds and reflectivity measurements on Doppler radar. Journal of Avian Biology 35:365-369.

 

Evans W.R. and O’Brien, M. 2002. Flight Calls of Migratory Birds Eastern North American Landbirds. Old Bird, Inc. [CD-ROM]. [Online]

Larkin, R.P., Evans, W.R., Diehl, R.H. 2002  Nocturnal flight calls of Dickcissels and Doppler radar echoes over south Texas in springJournal of Field Ornithology 73:2-8.

Mills, H. 2000. Geographically distributed acoustical monitoring of migrating birds. J. Acoust. Soc. of Am. 108(5):2582.

Evans, W.R. 2000. Applications of acoustic bird monitoring for the wind power  industry PNAWPPM-III. 2000. Proceedings of National Avian - Wind Power Planning Meeting III, San Diego, California, May 1998. Prepared for the Avian Subcommittee of the National Wind Coordinating Committee by LGL Ltd., King City, Ont. 202 p. https://tethys.pnnl.gov/sites/default/files/publications/Evans%201998.pdf

Evans, W.R. and K.V. Rosenberg. 2000. Acoustic monitoring of night-migrating birds: a progress report. In Bonney, Rick, David N. Pashley, Robert J. Cooper, and Larry Niles, eds. Strategies of Bird Conservation: The Partners in Flight Planning Process. Proceedings of the 3rd Partners in Flight Workshop; 1995 October 1-5; Cape May, NJ. Proceedings RMRS-P-16. Ogden, UT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. http://birds.cornell.edu/pifcapemay/evans_rosenberg.htm

 

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