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Western Wildlife

The Journal of the Western Section of The Wildlife Society

Western Wildlife is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research, notes, reviews, perspectives, and correspondence on the ecology, natural history, management, and conservation biology of animals. Please consider submitting your manuscripts to the Western Section’s new journal, Western Wildlife, formerly known as Transactions of the Western Section of the Wildlife Society. Submit materials to David Germano at dgermano@csub.eduPapers will be peer-reviewed and then published on-line once accepted by the editor.

Example articles relevant to the California Central Coast region are listed below. Current volumes can be accessed here.

Ectoparasites on the Giant Kangaroo Rat, Carrizo Plain National Monument, San Luis Obispo County, California, Howard O. Clark, Jr., Helen K. Pigage, Colin A. Wilkinson, and Robert K. Burton

Compilation of Kit Fox and Swift Fox Literature, Howard O. Clark, Jr.

Evaluation and Management of California Monarch Winter Sites, Kingston L. H. Leong

Western Snowy Plover (Charadrius alexandrinus nivosus) Nest Site Selection and Oyster Shell Enhancement, David L. Riensche, Sarah C. Gidre, Nicole A. Beadle, and Sarah K. Riensche

Seasonal Spatial Patterns of Two Sympatric Frogs: California Red-legged Frog and American Bullfrog, David G. Cook and Andrea F. Currylow