The Society’s Wildlife Publication Awards recognize excellence in scientific literature of wildlife biology and management issued within the last three years. The publications selected are characterized by originality of research or thought and a high scholastic standard in the manner of presentation. Four categories of research or management-oriented publications are eligible for awards: book, edited book, article/journal paper and monograph. Fishery publications are excluded since these are the prerogative of the American Fisheries Society.
The first Wildlife Publication Award was presented in 1940, just three years after the founding of The Wildlife Society.
To nominate an individual for consideration, click here to learn about the criteria and the nomination process. Nomination forms must be submitted by March 1, 2018 at 11:59 PM EST.
Book: Michael R. Conover and Rosanna M. Vail, “Human Diseases from Widllife, 2015”
Edited Book: Rodney van der Ree, Clara Grilo and Daniel J. Smith, “Handbook of Road Ecology, 2015”
Article: Virginia Winder, Kaylan Carrlson, Christian Hagen, David Haukos, Lena Larsson, Lance McNew, Jim Pitman, Larkin Powell, Jennifer Smith, Brett Sandercock, Donald Wolfe, Dylan Kessler, Andrew Gregory, Ty Matthews, Michael Patten and Tom Thompson, “Factors affecting female spce use in ten populations of priairie chickens”
Monograph: Kevin L. Monteith, Ryan A. Long, Vernon C. Bleich, James R. Heffelfinger, Paul R. Krausman and E. Terry Bowyer, “Effects of harvest, culture, and climate on trends in size of horn-like structures in trophy ungulates”
Book: Guy A. Baldassarre, “Ducks, Geese and Swans of North America”
Edited Book: Stephen DeMaso, Leonard Brennan, Joseph P. Sands, and Matthew J. Schnupp, “Wildlife Science Connecting Research with Management”
Article: Steinar Engen, Russell Lande, and Bernt-Erik Saether, “Evolutionary Consequences of Nonselective Harvesting in Density-Dependent Populations”
Monograph: Kevin L. Monteith, Vernon C. Bleich, Thomas R. Stephenson, Becky M. Pierce, Mary M. Conner, John G. Kie, and R. Terry Bowyer “Life-History Characteristics of Mule Deer: Effects of Nutrition in a Variable Environment”
Book: C. Kenneth Dodd Jr., Frogs of the United States and Canada, (2013)
Edited Book: Nova J. Silvy, The Wildlife Techniques Manual (2012)
Article: Lance B. McNew, Andrew J. Gregory, Samantha M. Wisely, and Brett K. Sandercock for “Demography of greater prairie-chickens: Regional variation in vital rates sensitivity values and population dynamics” Journal of Wildlife Management 76:987-1000. (2012)
Monograph: Brian A. Millsap, Timothy F. Breen, and Laura M. Phillips for “Ecology of the Cooper’s Hawk in North Florida.” North American Fauna: Number 78: pp. 1 – 58. (2013)
Editorship: David Hewitt, Biology and Management of White-tailed Deer (2011)
Book: Ian Sterling, Polar Bears — The Natural History of a Threatened Species (2011)
Article: Dawn M. Reding, Anne M. Bronikowski, Warren E. Johnson, and William R. Clark, “Pleistocene and ecological effects on continental-scale genetic differentiation in the bobcat (Lynx rufus), Molecular Ecology 21:3078-3093. (2012)
Monograph: Mark A. Hurley, James W. Unsworth, Peter Zager, Mark Hebblewhite, Edward O. Garton, Debra M. Montgomery, John R. Skalski, and Craig L. Maycock for “Demographic response of mule deer to an experimental reduction of coyotes and mountain lions in southeastern Idaho” Wildlife Monographs 178. (2011)
Book: E. D. Forsman, R. G. Anthony, K. M. Dugger, E. M. Glenn, A. B. Franklin, G. C. White, C. J. Schwarz, K. P. Burnham, D .R. Anderson, J. D. Nichols, J. E. Hines, J. B. Lint, R. J. Davis, S. H. Ackers, L. S. Andrews, B. L. Biswell, P. C. Carlson, L. V. Diller, S. A. Gremel, D. R. Herter, J. M. Higley, R. B. Horn, J. A. Reid, J. Rockweit, J. P. Schaberl, T. J. Snetsinger, and S. G. Sovern for Population demography of northern spotted owls. Cooper Ornithological Society, Studies in Avian Biology No. 40. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA. (2011)
Editorship: S. T. Knick and J. W. Connelly for “Greater sage-grouse: ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitats.” Cooper Ornithological Society, Studies in Avian Biology No. 38. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA. (2011)
Article: John G. Kie, J. Matthiopoulos, J. Fieberg, R. A. Powell, F. Cagnacci, M. S. Mitchell, J.-M. Gaillard, and P. R. Moorcroft for “The home range concept: are traditional estimators still relevant with modern telemetry technology?” Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B 365:2221-2231. (2010)
Monograph: A. R. Litt and R. J. Steidl for “Interactive effects of fire and nonnative plants on small mammals in grasslands.” Wildlife Monographs 176:1-31. (2011)
Book: Carl H. Ernst and Jeffrey E. Lovich for Turtles of the United States and Canada. Smithsonian Books, Washington, D.C. (2010)
Editorship: Thomas H. Kunz and Stuart Parsons for Ecological and Behavioral Methods for the Study of Bats. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Md. (2009)
Article: Hawthorne L. Beyer, Daniel T. Haydon, Juan M. Morales, Jacqueline L. Frair, Mark Hebblewhite, Michael Mitchell, and Jason Matthiopoulos for The interpretation of habitat preference metrics under use-availability designs.” Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. 365:2245-2254.
Monograph: Jonathan B. Cohen, Lawrence M. Houghton, James D. Fraser for “Nesting density and reproductive success of piping plovers in response to storm- and human-created habitat changes.” The Wildlife Society Monographs, No. 173 (August, 2009)
Book: Perry Barboza, Katherine L. Parker, and Ian D. Hume for Integrative Wildlife Nutrition, Springer-Verlag, Berlin Germany (2009)Editorship
Article: Katherine C. Kendall, Jeffrey B. Stetz, John Boulanger, Amy C. MacLeod, David Paetkau, and Gary White for “Demography and genetic structure of a recovering grizzly bear population.” The Journal of Wildlife Management 73:3-17 (2009)
Monograph: James W. Cain III, Paul R. Krausman, J.R. Morgart, Brian D. Jansen, and Martin P. Pepper for “Responses of desert bighorn sheep to removal of water sources.” Wildlife Monographs 171 (2008)
Book: Guthery, Fred S. 2008. A Primer on Natural Resource Science. Texas A&M University Press
Editorship: Manfredo, M. J., K. V. Vaske, P. K. Brown, D. J. Declker, and E. Duke (Editors). 2008. Wildlife and Society: the Science of Human Dimensions
Article: Bowyer, R. T. and J. G. Kie. 2006. Effects of scale on interpreting life-history characteristics of ungulates and carnivores. Density and Distributions 12: 244-257
Monograph: Barber-Meyer, S. M., L. D. Mech, and P. J. White. 2008. Elk calf survival and mortality following wolf restoration to Yellowstone National Park. Wildlife Monograph 169
Editorship: Leonard A. Brennan for Texas Quails, Texas A&M University Press, College Station, Texas. 2007.
Book: Frederic H. Wagner for Yellowstone’s Destabilized Ecosystem: Elk Effect, Science, and Policy Conflict. Oxford University Press, New York, N.Y. 2006.
Article: Roel R. Lopez, A. Lopez, R. N. Wilkins, C. Torres, R. Valdez, J. G. Teer, G. Bowser for “Changing Hispanic demographics: challenges in natural resource management.” Wildlife Society Bulletin. 33:553–564. 2005.
Monograph: Patrick K. Devers, D. F. Stauffer, G. W. Norman, D. E. Steffen, D. M. Whitaker, J. D. Sole, T. J. Allen, S. L. Bittner, D. A. Buehler, J. W. Edwards, D. E. Figert, S. T. Friedhoff, W. W. Giuliano, C. A. Harper, W. K. Igo, R. L. Kirkpatrick, M. H. Seamster, H. A. Spiker, Jr., D. A. Swanson, and B. C. Tefft for “Ruffed grouse population ecology in the Appalachian.” Wildlife Monograph. 168:1–36. 2007.
Editorship: Steven C. Amstrup, Trent L. McDonald, Bryan F. J. Manly for Handbook of Capture-Recapture Analysis, 2005, Princeton University Press, Princeton, N.J.
Book: Milton Friend for Disease Emergence and Resurgence: The Wildlife-Human Connection, 2006 U.S. Geological Survey, Circular 1285, 400p
Article: Steven W. Buskirk and Joshua J. Millspaugh for “Metrics for studies of resource selection,” 2006, The Journal of Wildlife Management 70(2): 358-366.
Monograph: Dennis L. Murray, Eric W. Cox, Warren B. Ballard, Heather A. Whitlaw, Mark S. Lenarz, Thomas W. Custer, Terri Barnett and Todd K. Fuller for “Pathogens, nutritional deficienty, and climate influences on a declining moose population,” 2006, Wildlife Monographs No. 166.
Book: Eugene Potapov and Richard Sale, 2003. The Gyrfalcon. Yale University Press, New Haven, Conn.
Monograph: Fred S. Guthery, Alexander R. Rybak, Samuel D. Fuhlendorf, Tim L. Hiller, Steven G. Smith, William H. Puckett, Jr., and Robert A. Baker, 2005. Aspects of the Thermal Ecology of Bobwhites in North Texas. Wildlife Monographs 160.
Article: Donald D. Katmik and Robert B. Wielgus, 2005. Landscape Proportions vs. Monte Carlo Simulated Home Ranges for Estimating Habitat Availability. The Journal of Wildlife Management, 69,1.
Editorship: William L. Thompson, 2004. Sampling Rare or Elusive Species. Island Press, Washington, D.C.
Book: Richard E. McCabe, B.W. O’Gara, and H.M. Reeves. Prarie Ghost: Pronghorn and Human Interaction in early America. University Press of Colorado, Boulder, Co.Monograph
Article: Steven Amstrup, T.L. McDonald, and G.M. Durner. Using Satellite Radiotelemetry Data to Delineate and Manage Wildlife Populations. Wildlife Society Bulletin 32: 661-679.
Editorship: Jim Yoakum and B.W. O’Gara. Pronghorn Ecology and Management. University Press of Colorado, Boulder, Co.
Book:Loren M Smith, 2003. Playas of the Great Plains. University of Texas Press, Austin.
Monograph: R. Terry Bowyer, G.M. Blundell, M. Ben David, S.C. Jewett, T.A. Dean, and L.K. Duffy, 2003. Effects of the Exxon Valdez oil spill on river otters: injury and recovery of sentinel species. Wildlife Monographs No. 153.
Article: Randy W. DeYoung, S. Demarais, R.L. Honeycutt, A.P. Rooney, R.A. Gonzales, and K.L. Gee, 2003. Genetic consequences of white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) restoration in Mississippi. Molecular Ecology 12:3237-3252.
Editorship: L. David Mech and L. Boitani, 2003. Wolves, Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London.
Book: Michael Conover. 2002. Resolving human-wildlife conflicts, the science of wildlife damage management. Lewis Publishers.
Monograph: Norma Ines Diaz and Jo Anne Smith-Flueck. 2000. The Patagonian Huemul: A mysterious deer on the brink of extinction. L.O.L.A. Monograph 3, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 168 pp.
Article: John G. Kie, T. Bowyer, M. Nicholson, B. Boroski, and E. Loft. 2002. Landscape heterogeneity at differing scales: Effects on spatial distribution of mule deer. Ecology 83:530-544.
Editorship: Dale E. Toweill, Jack Ward Thomas, and Richard E. McCabe (Editors). 2002. North American Elk: Ecology and Management. Smithsonian Institution Press.
Book: Kenneth A. Logan and L.L. Sweanor. 2001. Desert Puma: Evolutionary Ecology and Conservation of an Enduring Carnivore. Island Press.
Article: Warren B. Ballard, Jr., D. Lutz, T.W. Keegan, L.H. Carpenter, and J.C. DeVos, Jr. 2001. Deer-predator relationships: a review of recent North American studies with emphasis on mule and black-tailed deer. Wildlife Society Bulletin 29 (1).
Editorship: David S. Maehr, R.F. Noss, and J.L. Larkin (Editors). 2001. Large Mammal Restoration: Ecological and Sociological Challenges in the 21st Century. Island Press.
Book: Craig W. Johnson, Gary Bentrup, and Dick Rol. 1999. Conservation corrider planning at the landscape level: Managing for wildlife habitat. United States Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Part 190, National Biology Handbook. 164 pp.
Monograph: Alan B. Franklin, David R. Anderson, R.J. Gutierrez, and Kenneth P. Burnham. 2000. Climate, habitat quality, and fitness in northern spotted owl populations in northwestern California. Ecological Monographs 70: 539-590.
Article: Scott E. Henke and Fred C. Bryant. 1999. Effects of coyote removal on the faunal community in western Texas. The Journal of Wildlife Management 63:1066-1081.
Editorship: Henry Murkin, William R. Clark, and Arnold G. van der Valk (Editors). 2000. Prairie Wetland Ecology: The Contribution of the Marsh Ecology Research Program. Iowa State University Press, Ames, Iowa. 413 pp.
Book: Stephen Havera. 1999. Waterfowl of Illinois: Status and Management. Illinois Natural History Survey Special Publication 21, Champaign, 628 pp.
Monograph: John G. Cook, L.L Irwin, L.D Bryant, R.A. Riggs, and J.W. Thomas. 1998. Relations of forest cover and condition of elk: A test of the thermal cover hypothesis in summer and winter. Wildlife Monograph No. 141.
Article: Douglas Johnson. 1999. The insignificance of statistical testing. The Journal of Wildlife Management 63:763-772.
Editorship: Steve Demarais and Paul Krausman (Editors). 2000. Ecology and Management of Large Mammals in North America. Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle, NJ. 778 pp.
Book: James E. Petranka. 1998. Salamanders of the United States and Canada. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C. 587 pp.
Monograph: D.W. Sample, and M. J. Mossman. 1997. Managing habitat for rassland birds: a guide for Wisconsin. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Madison. 154 pp.
Article: L.B. Best, H. Campa III, K.E. Kemp, R.J. Robel, M. R. Ryan, J. A. Savidge, H. P. Weeks, Jr., and S. R. Winderstein/ 1997. Bird abundance and nesting in CRP fields and cropland in the Midwest: a regional approach. Wildlife Society Bulletin 25(4):864-877.
Editorship: T.H. Kuntz, and P.A. Racey, (Editors). 1998. Bat Biology and Conservation. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C. 365 pp.
Book: J.A. Byers, 1997. American pronghorn. Social adaptations and the ghosts of predators past. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago. 300 pp.
Monograph: V.C. Bleich, R.T. Bowyer, and J.D. Wehausen. 1997. Sexual segregation in mountain sheep: resources or predation? Wildlife Mongraphs No. 134. 50 pp
Article: R.S. Rempel, P.C. Elkie, A.R. Rodgers, and M.J. Gluck, 1997. Timber-management and natural-disturbance effects on moose habitat: landscape evaluation. The Journal of Wildlife Management 61(2):517-524.
Editorship: Franzmann, A.W., and C.C. Schwartz. (Editors). 1997. Ecology and management of the North American moose. Wildlife Management Institute and Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C. 733 pp.
Book: Les D. Beletsky and Gordon H. Orions. 1996. Redwinged blackbirds: Decision-making and reproductive success. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Ill. 294 pp.
Monograph: Eric D. Forsman, Stephen DeStefano, Martin G. Raphael, and R.J. Gutierrez. 1996. Demography of the northern spotted owl. Studies in Avian Biology No. 17. Cooper Ornithological Society.
Article: Wendy D. Beauchamp, Rolf R. Koford, Thomas D. Nudds, Robert G. Clark, and Douglas H. Johnson. 1996. Long-term declines in nest success of prairie ducks. The Journal of Wildlife Management 60:247-257.
Wendy D. Beauchamp, Thomas D. Nudds, and Robert G. Clark. 1996. Duck nest success declines with and without predator control. The Journal of Wildlife Management 60:258-264.
Editorship: Dale R. McCullough. Editor. 1996. Metapopulations and Wildlife Conservation. Island Press, Washington, D.C. 429 pp.
Book: John J. Craighead, Jay S. Summer, and John A. Mitchell. 1995. The grizzly bears of Yellowstone: their ecology in tthe Yellowstone Ecosystem, 1959-1992. Island Press, Washington, D.C. 535 pp.
Article: Charles J. Krebs, Stan Boutin, Rudy Boonstra, A.R.E. Sinclair, N.N.M. Smith, Mark R.T. Dale, K. Martin, and R. Turkington. 1995. Impact of food and predation on the snowshow hare cycle. Science 269:112-115.
Editorship: Thomas S. Baskett, Mark W. Sayre, Roy E. Tomlinson, and Ralph E. Mirarchi (Editors). 1993. Ecology and management of the mourning dove. Stackpole Books, Harrisburg, Pa. 567 pp.
Book: Frank C. Bellrose and Daniel J. Holm. 1994. Ecology and Management of the Wood Duck. A Wildlife Management Institute book. Stackpole Books.
Monograph: Brian T. Gray and Richard M. Kaminski. 1994. Illegal Waterfowl Hunting in the Mississippi Flyway and Recommendations for Alleviation. Wildlife Monograph 127.
Article: Miguel A. Pascual and Milo D. Adkison. 1994. The decline of the Stellar Sea Lion in the Northeast Pacific: Demography, harvest or environment? Ecological Applications. 4:393-403.
Editorship: John M. Hagan III and David W. Johnston. (Editors). 1992. Ecology and Conservation of Neotropical Migrant Landbirds. Smithsonian Institution Press.
Monograph: Dale G. Miquelle, James M. Peek, and Victor Van Ballenberghe. 1992. Sexual segregation in Alaskan moose. Wildlife Monograph 122. 57 pp.
Article: Matthew A. Cronin, Daniel A. Palmisciano, Ernest R. Vyse, and David G. Cameron. 1991. Mitochondrial DNA in wildlife forensic science: species identification of tissues. Wildlife Society Bulletin 19:94-105.
Matthew A. Cronin. 1993. Mitochondrial DNA in wildlife taxonomy and conservation biology: cautionary notes. Wildlife Society Bulletin 21:339-348.
Editorship: Dale R. McCullough and Reginald H. Barrett. (Editors). 1993. Wildlife 2001: Populations. Elsevier Science Publishing, London. 1163 pp.
Book: Edward O. Wilson. 1992. The Diversity of Life. The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass. 424 pp.
Monograph: William C. Gasaway, Rodney D. Boertje, Daniel V. Grangaard, David G. Kelleyhouse, Robert O. Stephenson, and Douglas G. Larsen. 1992. The role of predation in limiting moose at low densities in Alaska and Yukon and implications for conservation. Wildlife Monograph No. 120. 59 pp.
Article: Daniel J. Decker, Roland E. Shanks, Larry A. Nielsen, and Gary R. Parsons. 1991. Ethical and scientific judgements in management: beware of blurred distinctions. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 19:523-527.
Editorship: Hugh C. Black. (Editor). 1992. Silvicultural approaches to animal damage management in Pacific Northwest forests. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, Or. 422 pp.
Book: John W. Terborgh. 1989. Where Have the Birds Gone? Princeton University Press, Princeton. 207 pp.
Monograph: The Interagency Scientific Committee to address the Conservation of the Northern Spotted Owl. A Conservation Strategy for the Northern Spotted Owl. 1990. 427 pp.
Article: N. Thomas Hobbs and Thomas A. Hanley. 1990. Habitat Evaluation: Do Use and Availability Data Reflect Carrying Capacity. The Journal of Wildlife Management 54:515-522.
Editorship: Denis A. Saunders and Richard J. Hobbs. (Editors). 1991. The Role of Corridors. Surrey Beatty and Sons, Chipping Norton, Australia. 442 pp.
Book: B. Rosemary Grant and Peter R. Grant. 1989. Evolutionary dynamics of a natural population: the large cactus finch of the Galapagos. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. 350 pp.
Monograph: Kenneth H. Pollock, James D. Nichols, Cavell Brownie, and James E. Hines. 1990. Statistical inference for capture-recapture experiments. Wildlife Monograph No. 107. 97 pp.
Article: Dennis G. Raveling and Mickey E. Heitmeyer. 1989. Relationships of population size and recruitment of pintails to habitat conditions and harvest. The Journal of Wildlife Management 53(4):1088-1103.
Editorship: Loren M. Smith, Roger L. Pederson, and Richard M. Kaminski (Editors). 1989. Habitat management for migrating and wintering waterfowl in North America. Texas Tech University Press, Lubbock. 560 pp.
Book: Dian Olson Belanger. 1988. Managing American wildlife: a history of the International Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies. University of Massachusetts Press, Amherst, Mass. 247 pp.
Monograph: Chandler S. Robbins, Deanna K. Dawson, and Barbara A. Dowell. 1989. Habitat area requirements of breeding forest birds of the middle Atlantic states. Wildlife Monograph No. 103. 34 pp.
Article: Kenneth H. Pollock, Scott R. Winterstein, Christine M. Bunck, and Paul D. Curtis. 1989. Survival analysis in telemetry studies: the staggered entry design. The Journal of Wildlife Management 53(1):7-15.
Editorship: Ulysses S. Seal, E. Tom Thorne, Michael A. Bogan, and Stanley H. Anderson (Editors). 1989. Conservation biology and the black-footed ferret. Yale University Press, New Haven, Conn.. 302 pp.
Book: G.R. Potts. 1986. The partridge: pesticides, predation, and conservation. William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd., London. 274 pp.
Article: Thomas A. Gavin and Bernie May. 1988. Taxonomic status and genetic purity of Columbian white-tailed deer. The Journal of Wildlife Management 52(1):1-10.
Editorship: Milan Novak, James A. Baker, Martyn E. Obbard, and Bruce Malloch (Editors). 1987. Wild furbearer management and conservation in North America. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Toronto. 1150 pp.
Book: Jane Goodall. 1986. The chimpanzees of Gombe: patterns of behavior. Belknap Press of Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 673 pp.
Article: Kim T. Scribner, Michael C. Wooten, Michael H. Smith, and Paul E. Johns. 1985. Demographic and genetic characteristics of white-tailed deer populations subjected to still or dog hunting. Pages 197-212 in Game Harvest Management. Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute, Kingsville, Texas.
Editorship: S. Douglas Miller and Daniel D. Everett (Editors). 1986. Cats of the world: biology, conservation, and management. National Wildlife Federation, Washington, D.C. 501 pp.
Book: John L. Roseberry and Willard D. Klimstra. 1984. Population ecology of the bobwhite. Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale and Edwardsville. 259 pp.
Monograph: J. Michael Scott, Stephen Mountainspring, Fred L. Ramsey, and Cameron B. Kepler. 1986. Forest bird communities of the Hawaiian Islands: their dynamics, ecology, and conservation. Stud. Avian Biol. 9. 431 pp.
Article: Jon E. Swenson. 1985. Compensatory reproduction in an introduced mountain goat population in the Absaroka Mountains, Montana. The Journal of Wildlife Management 49(4):837-843.
Editorship: Jared Verner, Michael L. Morrison, and C. John Ralph (Editors). 1986. Wildlife 2000. University of Wisconsin Press, Madison. 470 pp.
Book: Larry D. Harris. 1984. The fragmented forest. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. 211 pp.
Monograph: Stephen B. White, Richard A. Dolbeer, and Theodore A. Bookhout. 1985. Ecology, bioenergetics, and agricultural impacts of a winter-rooting population of blackbirds and starlings. Wildlife Monograph No.93. 42 pp.
Article: Katherine L. Parker, Charles T. Robbins, and Thomas A. Hanley. 1984. Energy expenditures for locomotion by mule deer and elk. The Journal of Wildlife Management 49(2):474-488.
Editorship: Jan O. Murie and Gail R. Michener (Editors). 1984. The biology of ground-dwelling squirrels. University of Nebraska, Lincoln. 459 pp.
Book: T.H. Clutton-Brock, F.E. Guiness, and S.D. Albon. 1982. Red deer: behavior and ecology of two sexes. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. 378 pp.
Monograph: Eric D. Forsman, E. Charles Meslow, and Howard M. Wight. 1984. Distribution and biology of the spotted owl in Oregon. Wildlife Monograph No. 87. 64 pp.
Article: N. Thompson Hobbs, Dan L. Baker, and R. Bruce Gill. 1983. Comparative nutritional ecology of montane ungulates during winter. The Journal of Wildlife Management 47(1):1-16.
Editorship: Lowell K. Halls (Editor). 1984. White-tailed deer: ecology and management. Stackpole Books, Harrisburg, Pa. 870 pp.
Book: Douglas B. Houston. 1982. The northern Yellowstone elk: ecology and management. MacMillan Publishing Co., Inc., N.Y. 474 pp.
Monograph: Gary C. White, David R. Anderson, Kenneth P. Burnham, and David L. Otis. 1982. Capture-recapture and removal methods of sampling closed populations. LA-8787-NERP, UC-11. Los Alamos National Laboratory, Las Alamos, N.M. 235 pp.
Editorship: Joseph A. Chapman and George Feldhamer (Editors). 1982. Wild mammals of North America. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Md. 1147 pp.
Book: Walter Auffenberg. 1981. The behavioral ecology of the Komodo monitor. University Presses of Florida, Gainesville. 406 pp.
Monograph: John J. Craighead, Jay S. Sumner, and Gordon B. Scaggs. 1982. A definitive system for analysis of grizzly bear habitat and other wilderness resources. Wildlife-Wildlands Institute Monograph No. 1, University of Montana, Missoula. 279 pp.
Article: H. Charles Romesburg. 1981. Wildlife science: gaining reliable knowledge. The Journal of Wildlife Management 45(2):293-313.
Editorship: Jack Ward Thomas and Dale E. Toweill (Editors). 1982. Elk of North America: ecology and management. Stackpole Books, Harrisburg, Pa. 698 pp.
Book: Hartmut Walter. 1979. Eleonora’s falcon: adaptations to prey and habitat in a social raptor. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. 410 pp.
Monograph: John P. Weigand. 1980. Ecology of the Hungarian partridge in north-central Montana. Wildlife Monograph No. 74. 106 pp.
Article: Michael R. Vaughan and Lloyd B. Keith. 1981. Demographic response of experimental snowshoe hare populations to overwinter food shortage. The Journal of Wildlife Management 45(2):354-380.
Editorship: Olof C. Wallmo (Editor). 1981. Mule and black-tailed deer of North America. University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln. 605 pp.
Book: Dale R. McCullough. 1979. The George Reserve deer herd. University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor. 271 pp.
Monograph: Kenneth P. Burnham, David R. Anderson, and Jeffrey L. Laake. 1980. Estimation of density from line transect sampling of biological populations. Wildlife Monograph No. 72. 202 pp.
Article: Louis J. Verme and John J. Ozoga. 1980. Influence of protein-energy intake on deer fawns in autumn, and Effects of diet on growth and lipogenesis in deer fawns. The Journal of Wildlife Management 44(2):305-314 and 44(2):315-324, respectively.
Book: A. Starker Leopold. 1977. The California quail. University of California Press, Berkeley. 281 pp.
Monograph: Rolf O. Peterson. 1977. Wolf ecology and prey relationship on Isle Royale. Scientific Monograph Series No. 11, U.S. Department of Interior, National Park Service. 210 pp.
Article: John L. Roseberry. 1979. Bobwhite population responses to exploitation: real and simulated. The Journal of Wildlife Management 43(2):285-305.
Editorship: John L. Schmidt and Douglas L. Gilbert (Editors). Big game of North America: ecology and management. Stackpole Books, Harrisburg, Pa. 494 pp.
Book: Harold C. Hanson and Robert L. Jones. 1976. The biogeochemistry of blue, snow and Ross geese. Ill. Nat. Hist. Surv. Spec. Publ. No. 1. 281 pp.
Monograph: W. Leslie Robinette, Norman V. Hancock, and Dale A. Jones. 1977. The Oak Creek mule deer herd in Utah. Pub. No. 77-15, Utah State Division of Wildlife Resources. 148 pp.
Article: Lester L. Eberhardt. 1978. Appraising variability in population studies. The Journal of Wildlife Management 42(2): 207-238.
Book: Graeme Caughley. 1977. Analysis of vertebrate populations. John Wiley & Sons, N.Y. 234 pp.
Monograph: Gerald L. Storm, Ronald D. Andrews, Richard A. Bishop, Robert L. Phillips, Donald B. Sinoff, and John R. Tester. 1976. Morphology, reproduction, dispersal, and mortality of midwestern red fox populations. Wildlife Monograph No. 49. 82 pp.
Article: James W. Scarff. 1977. The international management of whales, dolphins, and porpoises: an interdisciplinary assessment. Ecology Law Quarterly 6(2&3):323-638.
|1977Book: Frank C. Bellrose. 1976. Ducks, geese and swans of North America. Stackpole Books, Harrisburg, Pa. 544 pp.
Monograph: Arthur M. Pearson. 1975. The northern interior grizzly bear Ursus arctus L. Canadian Wildlife Service Report Series No. 34. 86 pp.
Book: Iain Douglas-Hamilton and Oria Douglas-Hamilton. 1975. Among the elephants. Viking Press, Inc. N.Y. 280 pp.
Monograph: John M. Gates and James B. Hale. 1974. Seasonal movement, winter habitat use, and population distribution of an east central Wisconsin pheasant population. Wisc. Dept. Nat. Res., Madison. 55 pp. and Reproduction of an east central Wisconsin pheasant population. 1975. Wisc. Dept. Nat. Res., Madison. 70 pp.
Article: Charles M. Nixon, Milford W. McClain and Robert W. Donohoe. 1975. Effects of hunting and mast crops on a squirrel population. The Journal of Wildlife Management 39(1):1-25.
|1975Monograph: Robert T. Dumke and Charles M. Pils. 1973. Mortality of radio-tagged pheasants on the Waterloo Wildlife Area. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Technical Bulletin 72. 52 pp.
Article: W. Leslie Robinette, Charles M. Loveless, and Dale A. Jones. 1974. Field tests of strip census methods. The Journal of Wildlife Management 38(1):81-96.
|1974Helmuth Strangaard. 1972. The roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) population at Kalo and factors regulating its size. Vildtbiologisk Station Communication No. 95, Kalo, Denmark. 205 pp.
Book: Carl H. Ernst and Roger W. Barbour. 1972. Turtles of the United States. Univ. Press of Kentucky, Lexington. 347 pp. Paul A. Johnsgard. 1973. Grouse and quails of North America. Univ. Nebraska Press, Lincoln. 575 pp.
Leslie M. Tuck. 1972. The snipes: a study of the Genus Capella. Canadian Wildlife Service, Ottawa. Monograph Series No. 5. 429 pp.
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