Publications on Birds

Alliston, W.G.  1975.  Web-tagging ducklings in pipped eggs**.  J. Wildl. Manage. 39(3):625‑628.  link

Alliston, W.G.  1979.  Renesting by the Redhead Duck**.  Wildfowl 30:40‑44.  link

Black, J.E.  1972.  First Yellow Wagtail nest record for Canada.  Can. Field‑Nat. 86(4):385.  link

Blokpoel, H.* and W.J. Richardson.  1978.  Weather and spring migration of Snow Geese across southern Manitoba.  Oikos 30(2):350‑363.  link

Blokpoel, H.* and W.J. Richardson.  1979.  On the predictability of spring migration of Snow Geese across southern Manitoba, Canada.  WP 9 In: Proc. Bird Strike Commit. Europe 14 (The Hague).  16 p.  link

Borror, D.J.* and W.W.H. Gunn.  1985.  Songs of the warblers of North America**.  Cornell Lab. Ornithol., Ithaca, NY, and Fed. Ont. Nat., Don Mills, Ont.  50 p. + three 45‑rpm LP records; now available in mp3 format.  link

Bradley, J., N. Hentze and D. Guarnieri.  2018.  A range extension for Shelley’s Sparrow Passer shelleyi in south-west Kenya, with comments on local sympatry with Kenya Rufous Sparrow P. rufocinctus.  Bull. Br. Orn. Club 138(3):260-264.  link

Bradstreet, M.S.W., G.W. Page* and W.G. Johnston.  1977.  Shorebirds at Long Point, Lake Erie, 1966‑1971: seasonal occurrence, habitat preference, and variation in abundance**.  Can. Field‑Nat. 91(3):225‑236.  link

Bradstreet, M.S.W.  1979.  Thick‑billed Murres and Black Guillemots in the Barrow Strait area, N.W.T., during spring: distribution and habitat use.  Can. J. Zool. 57(9):1787‑1802.  link

Bradstreet, M.S.W.  1980.  Thick‑billed Murres and Black Guillemots in the Barrow Strait area, N.W.T., during spring: diets and food availability along ice edges.  Can. J. Zool. 58(11):2120‑2140.  link

Bradstreet, M.S.W.  1982.  Pelagic feeding ecology of Dovekies, Alle alle, in Lancaster Sound and western Baffin Bay.  Arctic 35(1):126‑140.  link

Bradstreet, M.S.W.  1982.  Occurrence, habitat use, and behavior of seabirds, marine mammals, and Arctic cod at the Pond Inlet ice edge.  Arctic 35(1):28‑40.  link

Bradstreet, M.S.W. and W.E. Cross.  1982.  Trophic relationships at High Arctic ice edges.  Arctic 35(1):1‑12.  link

Bradstreet, M.S.W. and R.G.B. Brown*.  1985.  Feeding ecology of the Atlantic Alcidae.  p. 263‑318 In: D.N. Nettleship and T.R. Birkhead (eds.), The Atlantic Alcidae: the evolution, distribution and biology of the auks inhabiting the Atlantic Ocean and adjacent water areas.  Academic Press, London.  link

Bradstreet, M.S.W.  1988.  Importance of ice edges to High‑Arctic seabirds.  Acta XIX Congr. Intern. Ornithol., vol. I:997‑1000.

Brown, R.G.B.*, D.N. Nettleship*, P. Germain*, C.E. Tull and T. Davis*.  1975.  Atlas of eastern Canadian seabirds**.  Can. Wildl. Serv., Ottawa.  220 p.  link

Campbell, R.W.*, J.G. Ward and M.G. Shepard*.  1975.  A new Common Murre colony in British Columbia**.  Can. Field‑Nat. 89(3):244‑248.  link

Campbell, R.W.*, L.M. Van Damme* and S.R. Johnson.  1997.  Sky Lark Alauda arvensis.  The birds of North America, Acad. Nat. Sci., Philadelphia, PA, and Am. Ornithol. Union, Washington, DC.  Issue 286.  20 p.  link

Cantin, M.*, A. Bourget*, G. Chapdelaine* and W.G. Alliston.  1976.  Distribution et écologie de la reproduction du canard chipeau (Anas strepera) au Québec**.  Nat. Canad. 103(5):469‑481.  link

Cronin, M.A., J.B. Grand*, D. Esler*, D.V. Derksen* and K.T. Scribner*.  1996.  Breeding populations of Northern Pintails have similar mitochondrial DNA.  Can. J. Zool. 74(6):992‑999.  link

Cronin, M.A.  1997.  Systematics, taxonomy, and the Endangered Species Act: the example of the California Gnatcatcher.  Wildl. Soc. Bull. 25(3):661‑666.  link

d’Entremont, M.V., M.I. Hartley* and K.A. Otter*.  2017.  Comparing pre- versus postoperational movement of nocturnal migrants around a wind energy facility in northeast British Columbia, Canada.  Avian Conserv. Ecol. 12(2):3. 10 p.+ Appendix.  link

Davis, R.A., R.N. Jones*, C.D. MacInnes* and A.J. Pakulak*.  1985.  Molt migration of large Canada Geese on the west coast of Hudson Bay**.  Wilson Bull. 97(3):296‑305.  link or link

Day, R.H.*, A.R. DeGange*, G.J. Divoky* and D.M. Troy.  1988.  Distribution and subspecies of the Dovekie in Alaska**.  Condor 90(3):712‑714.  link or link

Demarchi, M.W.  2006.  Are Lesser Snow Geese, Chen caerulescens caerulescens, exceeding the carrying capacity of the Fraser River Delta's brackish marshes?  Can. Field‑Nat. 120(2):213‑224.  link

Diemer, K.M.* and 5 others including D.D.W. Hauser.  2011.  Marine mammal and seabird summer distribution and abundance in the fjords of northeast Cumberland Sound of Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canada**.  Polar Biol. 34(1):41‑48.  link

Ebel, G.R.A., S.W. Bradley, D.J. Clark, R.T. Palindat, J.A. Smith and C.E. Tull.  1975.  Black spruce scrub‑muskeg. In: 39th breeding bird census.  Am. Birds 29(6):1136‑1137.  link

Finley, K.J. and C.R. Evans.  1984.  First Canadian breeding record of the Dovekie (Alle alle).  Arctic 37(3):288‑289.  link

Fraker, M.A. and R.N. Fraker.  1980.  Yellow Wagtail east of the Mackenzie Delta.  Can. Field‑Nat. 94(4):465‑466.  link

Gallaway, B.J.  1997.  DNA fingerprinting and its application to aviculture: nice to know, for the birds, or critical?**  Am. Fed. Avicult. Watchbird 24(1):26‑29.

Gaston, A.J.* and M.S.W. Bradstreet.  1993.  Intercolony differences in the summer diet of Thick‑billed Murres in the eastern Canadian Arctic.  Can. J. Zool. 71(9):1831‑1840.  link

Gaston, A.J.* and P.L. McLaren.  1990.  Winter observations of Black Guillemots in Hudson Bay and Davis Strait.  Stud. Avian Biol. 14:67‑70.  link

Goudie, R.I.  2006.  Multivariate behavioural response of Harlequin Ducks to aircraft disturbance in Labrador**.  Environ. Conserv. 33(1):28‑35.  link

Goudie, R.I. and S. Gilliland*.  2008.  Aspects of distribution and ecology of Harlequin Ducks on the Torrent River, Newfoundland**.  In: G.J. Robertson, P.W. Thomas, J.‑P.L. Savard and K.A. Hobson (eds.), Harlequin Ducks in the northwest Atlantic.  Waterbirds 31(Spec. Publ. 2):92‑103.  link

Gulledge, J.L.* and W.W.H. Gunn.  1983.  Guide to bird sounds**.  Nat. Geogr. Soc., Washington, DC, and Cornell Lab. Ornithol., Ithaca, NY.  Four 23‑cm LP records.

Gunn, W.W.H. and V.E.F. Solman*.  1971.  A bird‑warning system for aircraft in flight**.  Can. Wildl. Serv. Rep. Ser. 14:15‑22.

Gunn, W.W.H.  1973.  Environmental stress on the Whistling Swan.  Wildfowl 24:5‑7.  link

Gunn, W.W.H. and J.L. Gulledge*.  1977.  Beautiful bird songs of the world**.  Cornell Lab. Ornithol., Ithaca, NY, and Nat. Audubon Soc., New York, NY.  Two LP records.

Haney, J.C.  1988.  Feeding on the fly**.  Nat. Hist. 97(8):32‑39.

Haney, J.C. and A.E. Stone*.  1988.  Littoral foraging by Red Phalaropes during spring in the northern Bering Sea**.  Condor 90(3):723‑726.  link or link

Haney, J.C. and A.E. Stone*.  1988.  Seabird foraging tactics and water clarity: are plunge divers really in the clear?**.  Mar. Ecol. Progr. Ser. 49(1‑2):1‑9.  link

Hanson, A.*, I. Goudie, A. Lang, C. Gjerdrum*, R. Cotter* and G. Donaldson*.  2009.  A framework for the scientific assessment of potential project impacts on birds.  Can. Wildl. Serv., Tech. Rep. 508.  Atlantic Region.  61 p.  link

Haramis, G.M.*, W.G. Alliston and M.E. Richmond*.  1983.  Dump nesting in the Wood Duck traced by tetracycline**.  Auk 100(3):729‑730.  link

Hawkes, V.C. and T.G. Gerwing.  2019.  Wildlife usage indicates increased similarity between reclaimed upland habitat and mature boreal forest in the Athabasca Oil Sands Region of Alberta, Canada.  PLoS ONE 14(6):e0217556. 17 p.  link

Hentze, N. and J. Bradley.  2018.  A new record of the Pied Flycatcher Ficedula hypoleuca from Kakamega Forest, western Kenya**.  Scopus 38(2):19-20. link

Herter, D.R., S.M. Johnston* and A.P. Woodman*.  1989.  Molt migration of scoters at Cape Peirce, Alaska.  Arctic 42(3):248‑252.  link

Hines, J.E.* and 7 others including S.R. Johnson.  1999.  Survival rates of Lesser Snow Geese in the Pacific and western Central Flyways, 1953‑1989**.  Can. Wildl. Serv. Occas. Pap. 98:89‑109.  120 p.

Jehl, J.R.*, Jr., J. Klima* and R.E. Harris.  2001.  Short‑billed Dowitcher Limnodromus griseus**.  The birds of North America, Acad. Nat. Sci., Philadelphia, PA, and Am. Ornithol. Union, Washington, DC.  Issue 564.  28 p.  link

Johnson, S.R.  1975.  Spring movements and abundance of birds at Northwest Cape, St. Lawrence Island, Bering Sea, Alaska**.  Syesis 9:31‑44.

Johnson, S.R., W.J. Adams and M.R. Morrell.  1975.  The birds of the Beaufort Sea.  Can. Dept. of the Environment, Victoria, B.C.  310 p.

Johnson, S.R. and G.C. West*.  1975.  Growth and development of heat regulation in nestlings, and metabolism of adult Common and Thick‑billed Murres**.  Ornis Scand. 6(1):109‑115.  link

Johnson, S.R. and W.J. Adams.  1977.  The Little Gull (Larus minutus) in Arctic North America.  Can. Field‑Nat. 91(3):294‑296.  link

Johnson, S.R. and W.J. Richardson.  1982.  Waterbird migration near the Yukon and Alaskan coast of the Beaufort Sea: II. Moult migration of seaducks in summer.  Arctic 35(2):291‑301.  link

Johnson, S.R.  1984.  Prey selection by Oldsquaws in a Beaufort Sea lagoon, Alaska.  p. 12‑19 In: D.N. Nettleship et al. (eds.), Marine birds: their feeding ecology and commercial fisheries relationships.  Can. Wildl. Serv. CW66‑65/1984.  220 p.  link

Johnson, S.R.  1985.  Adaptations of the Long‑tailed Duck (Clangula hyemalis L.) during the period of molt in Arctic Alaska.  Proc. 18th Intern. Ornithol. Congr., Moscow, 1982.  p. 530‑540.

Johnson, S.R. and J.G. Ward.  1985.  Observations of Thick‑billed Murres (Uria lomvia) and other seabirds at Cape Parry, Amundsen Gulf, N.W.T.  Arctic 38(2):112‑115.  link

Johnson, S.R., D.R. Herter and M.S.W. Bradstreet.  1987.  Habitat use and reproductive success of Pacific Eiders Somateria mollissima v‑nigra during a period of industrial activity.  Biol. Conserv. 41(2):77‑90.  link

Johnson, S.R. and D.M. Troy.  1987.  Nesting of the Ross' Goose and blue‑phase Snow Goose in the Sagavanirktok River Delta, Alaska.  Condor 89(3):665‑667.  link or link

Johnson, S.R. and D.R. Herter.  1989.  The birds of the Beaufort Sea.  BP Exploration (Alaska) Inc., Anchorage, AK.  372 p.  link or link

Johnson, S.R. and D.R. Herter.  1990.  Bird migration in the Arctic: a review.  p. 22‑44 In: E. Gwinner (ed.), Bird migration: physiology and ecophysiology.  Springer‑Verlag, Berlin.  link

Johnson, S.R.  1993.  An important early‑autumn staging area for Pacific Flyway Brant: Kasegaluk Lagoon, Chukchi Sea, Alaska.  J. Field Ornithol. 64(4):539‑548.  link or link

Johnson, S.R., D.A. Wiggins and P.F. Wainwright.  1993.  Late‑summer abundance and distribution of marine birds in Kasegaluk Lagoon, Chukchi Sea, Alaska.  Arctic 46(3):212‑227.  link

Johnson, S.R.  1995.  Immigration in a small population of Snow Geese.  Auk 112(3):731‑736.  link or link

Johnson, S.R. and R.W. Campbell*.  1995.  Crested Myna Acridotheres cristatellus**.  The birds of North America, Acad. Nat. Sci., Philadelphia, PA, and Am. Ornithol. Union, Washington, DC.  Issue 157.  12 p.  link

Johnson, S.R., J.O. Schieck and G.F. Searing.  1995.  Neck band loss rates for Lesser Snow Geese.  J. Wildl. Manage. 59(4):747‑752.  link

Johnson, S.R.  1996.  Staging and wintering areas of Snow Geese nesting on Howe Island, Alaska.  Arctic 49(1):86‑93.  link

Johnson, S.R.  1998.  Distribution and movements of brood‑rearing Lesser Snow Geese in relation to petroleum development in Arctic Alaska.  Arctic 51(4):336‑344.  link

Johnson, S.R.  2000.  Lesser Snow Goose.  p. 233‑257 In: J.C. Truett and S.R. Johnson (eds.), The natural history of an Arctic oil field: development and the biota.  Academic Press, San Diego, CA.  422 p.  link

Johnson, S.R.  2000.  Pacific Eider.  p. 259‑275 In: J.C. Truett and S.R. Johnson (eds.), The natural history of an Arctic oil field: development and the biota.  Academic Press, San Diego, CA.  422 p.  link

Johnson, S.R. and L.E. Noel.  2005.  Temperature and predation effects on abundance and distribution of Lesser Snow Geese in the Sagavanirktok River Delta, Alaska.  Waterbirds 28(3):292‑300.  link

Johnson, S.R., L.E. Noel, W.J. Gazeyº and V.C. Hawkes.  2005.  Aerial monitoring of marine waterfowl in the Alaskan Beaufort Sea.  Environ. Monit. Assess. 108(1‑3):1‑43.  link

Kertell, K.  1996.  Response of Pacific Loons (Gavia pacifica) to impoundments at Prudhoe Bay, Alaska.  Arctic 49(4):356‑366.  link

Kertell, K. and R.L. Howard.  1997.  Impoundment productivity in the Prudhoe Bay oil field, Alaska: implications for waterbirds.  Environ. Manage. 21(5):779‑792.  link

Kirkham, I.R., P.L. McLaren and W.A. Montevecchi*.  1985.  The food habits and distribution of Northern Gannets, Sula bassanus, off eastern Newfoundland and Labrador.  Can. J. Zool. 63(1):181‑188.  link

Kirkham, I.R. and S.R. Johnson.  1988.  Interspecific aggression in loons.  J. Field Ornithol. 59(1):3‑6.  link or link

Kristensen, J.  1981.  Great Blue Heron (Ardea herodias) colony in the Peace‑Athabasca Delta, Alberta.  Can. Field‑Nat. 95(1):95‑96.  link

Koski, W.R.  1981.  Sandhill Cranes near Beaverhill Lake, Alberta.  Blue Jay 39(3):192.

Lanctot, R.B.*, J.S. Gleason* [letter], L.E. Noel, S.R. Johnson and W.J. Gazeyº [reply].  2006.  Alaskan oilfield development and Glaucous Gulls.  Arctic 59(3):334‑338.  link, responding to link

Kuyt, E.*, B.E. Johnson*, P.S. Taylor and T.W. Barry*.  1976.  Black Guillemots' breeding range extended into the western Canadian Arctic.  Can. Field‑Nat. 90(1):75‑76.  link

MacInnes, C.D.*, R.A. Davis, R.N. Jones*, B.C. Lieff* and A.J. Pakulak*.  1974.  Reproductive efficiency of McConnell River small Canada Geese**.  J. Wildl. Manage. 38(4):686‑707.

Mactavish, B. and P. Linegar*.  2002.  Northern Wheatear: breeding range extension in Newfoundland.  Birders J. 10:299‑301.

McCracken, J.D.*, M.S.W. Bradstreet and G.L. Holroyd*.  1981.  Breeding birds of Long Point, Lake Erie: a study in community succession**.  Can. Wildl. Serv. Rep. Ser. 44.  74 p.

McLaren, M.A.  1975.  Breeding biology of the Boreal Chickadee**.  Wilson Bull. 87(3):344‑354.  link or link

McLaren, M.A.  1976.  Vocalizations of the Boreal Chickadee**.  Auk 93(3):451‑463.  link or link

McLaren, M.A. and W.E. Renaud.  1980.  Some birds of northeastern Manitoba‑‑1975‑1977.  Blue Jay 38(1):31‑35.

McLaren, M.A. and P.L. McLaren.  1981.  Relative abundances of birds in boreal and subarctic habitats of northwestern Ontario and northeastern Manitoba.  Can. Field‑Nat. 95(4):418‑427.  link

McLaren, M.A., R.E. Harris and W.J. Richardson.  1984.  Effectiveness of an overhead wire barrier in deterring gulls from feeding at a sanitary landfill site.  p. 241‑251 In: Proc. Conf. & Training Workshop on Wildlife Hazards to Aircraft, Charleston, SC.  Fed. Aviat. Admin., DOT/FAA/AAS/84‑1.  379 p.  link

McLaren, M.A. and P.L. McLaren.  1984.  Tundra Swans in northeastern Keewatin District, N.W.T.  Wilson Bull. 96(1):6‑11.  link or link

McLaren, M.A. and W.G. Alliston.  1985.  Effects of snow and ice on waterfowl distribution in the central Canadian Arctic Islands.  Arctic 38(1):43‑52.  link

McLaren, P.L. and M.A. McLaren.  1981.  Bird observations in northwestern Ontario.  Ont. Field Biol. 35(1):1‑5.

McLaren, P.L.  1982.  Spring migration and habitat use by seabirds in eastern Lancaster Sound and western Baffin Bay.  Arctic 35(1):88‑111.  link

McLaren, P.L. and M.A. McLaren.  1982.  Waterfowl populations in eastern Lancaster Sound and western Baffin Bay.  Arctic 35(1):149‑157.  link

McLaren, P.L. and M.A. McLaren.  1982.  Migration and summer distribution of lesser Snow Geese in interior Keewatin.  Wilson Bull. 94(4):494‑504.  link or link

McLaren, P.L. and W.E. Renaud.  1982.  Seabird concentrations in late summer along the coasts of Devon and Ellesmere Islands, N.W.T.  Arctic 35(1):112‑117.  link

Miller, E.H.*, W.W.H. Gunn and R.E. Harris.  1983.  Geographic variation in the aerial song of the Short‑billed Dowitcher (Aves, Scolopacidae)**.  Can. J. Zool. 61(10):2191‑2198.  link

Miller, E.H.*, W.W.H. Gunn, J.P. Myers* and B.N. Veprintsev*.  1984.  Species‑distinctiveness of Long‑billed Dowitcher song (Aves: Scolopacidae)**.  Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 97(4):804‑811.  link

Miller, E.H.*, W.W.H. Gunn and S.F. MacLean, Jr.*.  1987.  Breeding vocalizations of the Surfbird**.  Condor 89(2):406‑412.  link or link

Miller, E.H.*, W.W.H. Gunn and B.N. Veprintsev*.  1988.  Breeding vocalizations of Baird's Sandpiper Calidris bairdii and related species, with remarks on phylogeny and adaptation**.  Ornis Scand. 19(4):257‑267.  link

Mosbech, A.* and S.R. Johnson.  1999.  Late winter distribution and abundance of sea‑associated birds in south‑western Greenland, the Davis Strait and southern Baffin Bay.  Polar Res. 18(1):1‑17.  link

Murphy, E.C.*, A.M. Springer* and D.G. Roseneau.  1986.  Population status of Common Guillemots Uria aalge at a colony in western Alaska: results and simulations.  Ibis 128(3):348‑363.  link

Nicoll, F.I.* and J.R. Zimmerling.  2006.  The importance of wetlands to waterbirds in the boreal forest of Ontario.  Ont. Birds 24(1):13‑22.

Noel, L.E., S.R. Johnson and M.K. Butcher*.  2004.  Snow Goose nesting and brood‑rearing distribution in the Sagavanirktok River Delta, Alaska, 1980‑2002.  Waterbirds 27(4):388‑395.  link

Noel, L.E., S.R. Johnson and G.M. O'Doherty.  2005.  Long‑tailed Duck, Clangula hyemalis, eider, Somateria spp., and scoter, Melanitta spp., distributions in central Alaska Beaufort Sea lagoons, 1999‑2002.  Can. Field‑Nat. 119(2):181‑185.  link

Noel, L.E., S.R. Johnson, G.M. O'Doherty and M.K. Butcher*.  2005.  Common Eider (Somateria mollissima v‑nigrum) nest cover and depredation on central Alaskan Beaufort Sea barrier islands.  Arctic 58(2):129‑136.  link

Noel, L.E., S.R. Johnson and W.J. Gazeyº.  2006.  Oilfield development and Glaucous Gull (Larus hyperboreus) distribution and abundance in central Alaskan Beaufort Sea lagoons, 1970‑2001.  Arctic 59(1):65‑78.  link

Pearce, J.L.*, D.A. Kirk*, C.P. Lane*, M.H. Mahr*, J. Walmsley*, K. Jones*, J.E. Muir, S. Hannon*, A. Hansen* and K. Jones*.  2008.  Prioritizing avian conservation areas for the Yellowstone to Yukon region of North America**.  Biol. Conserv. 141(4):908‑924.  link

Pitocchelli, J.*, J. Piatt* and M.A. Cronin.  1995.  Morphological and genetic divergence among Alaskan populations of Brachyramphus murrelets**.  Wilson Bull. 107(2):235‑250.  link or link

Platt, J.B.  1976.  Gyrfalcon nest site selection and winter activity in the western Canadian Arctic.  Can. Field‑Nat. 90(3):338‑345.  link

Platt, J.  1977.  The breeding behavior of wild and captive Gyrfalcons in relation to their environment and human disturbance. Ph.D thesis, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.

Platt, J.B.  1989.  Gyrfalcon courtship and early breeding behavior on the Yukon North Slope.  Sociobiology 15(1):43‑69.

Pogson, T.H.*, D.R. Herter and R.W. Schlorff*.  1988.  Sightings of Lesser Sandhill Cranes color‑marked in California**.  J. Field Ornithol. 59(3):252‑257.  link or link

Prevett, J.P. and J.F. Barr.  1976.  Lek behavior of the Buff‑breasted Sandpiper.  Wilson Bull. 88(3):500‑503.  link or link

Quinn, J.S.* and D.A. Wiggins.  1990.  Differences in prey delivered to chicks by individual Gull‑billed Terns**.  Colon. Waterbirds 13(1):67‑69.  link

Renaud, W.E. and G.J. Wapple*.  1977.  A review of Saskatchewan Christmas bird counts: 1942‑1976 (Part 1)**.  Blue Jay 35:224‑239.

Renaud, W.E.  1979.  The Rock Wren in Saskatchewan: status and distribution**.  Blue Jay 37(3):138‑148.

Renaud, W.E. and G.J. Wapple*.  1979.  A preliminary study of vegetation zones and winter bird distribution in Saskatchewan**.  Blue Jay 37(4):202‑208.

Renaud, W.E., G.J. Wapple* and D.W. Edgett*.  1979.  The Piping Plover in Saskatchewan: a status report**.  Blue Jay 37(2):90‑103.

Renaud, W.E., S.R. Johnson and P.D. Hollingdale.  1979.  Breeding birds of Arctic Bay, Baffin Island, N.W.T., with notes on the biogeographic significance of the avifauna.  Arctic 32(2):122‑134.  link

Renaud, W.E.  1980.  The Long‑billed Curlew in Saskatchewan: status and distribution**.  Blue Jay 38(4):221‑237.

Renaud, W.E. and M.S.W. Bradstreet.  1980.  Late winter distribution of Black Guillemots in northern Baffin Bay and the Canadian High Arctic.  Can. Field‑Nat. 94(4):421‑425.  link

Renaud, W.E., W.G. Johnston and K.J. Finley.  1981.  The avifauna of the Pond Inlet region, N.W.T.  Am. Birds 35(2):119‑129.  link

Renaud, W.E. and P.L. McLaren.  1982.  Ivory Gull (Pagophila eburnea) distribution in late summer and autumn in eastern Lancaster Sound and western Baffin Bay.  Arctic 35(1):141‑148.  link

Renaud, W.E., P.L. McLaren and S.R. Johnson.  1982.  The Dovekie, Alle alle, as a spring migrant in eastern Lancaster Sound and western Baffin Bay.  Arctic 35(1):118‑125.  link

Reurink, F.*, N. Hentze, J. Rourke* and R. Ydenberg*.  2016.  Site‑specific flight speeds of nonbreeding Pacific Dunlins as a measure of the quality of a foraging habitat**.  Behav. Ecol. 27(3):803‑809.  link

Richardson, W.J.* and W.W.H. Gunn.  1971.  Radar observations of bird movements in east‑central Alberta**.  Can. Wildl. Serv. Rep. Ser. 14:35‑68.  link

Richardson, W.J.º  1972.  Autumn migration and weather in eastern Canada: a radar study**.  Am. Birds 26(1):10‑17.  link

Richardson, W.J.º  1972.  Temporal variations in the ability of individual radars in detecting birds**.  Field Note 61.  Nat. Res. Counc. Can., Assoc. Commit. on Bird Hazards to Aircr.  68 p.  link

Richardson, W.J.  1973.  Radar 'angels'.  Aviation Week & Space Technol. 99(22):76.

Richardson, W.J.  1974.  Spring migration over Puerto Rico and the western Atlantic, a radar study**.  Ibis 116(2):172‑193.  link 

Richardson, W.J.  1974.  Multivariate approaches to forecasting day‑to‑day variations in the amount of bird migration.  p. 309‑329 In: S.A. Gauthreaux, Jr. (ed.), Proc. Conf. Biol. Aspects of the Bird/Aircraft Collision Probl., Clemson Univ., S.C.  link

Richardson, W.J.  1975.  Autumn hawk migration in Ontario studied with radar.  Proc. 1st N. Amer. Hawk Migr. Conf., Syracuse, N.Y., 1974:47‑58.  link

Richardson, W.J.  1976.  Autumn migration over Puerto Rico and the western Atlantic: a radar study**.  Ibis 118(3):309‑332.  link

Richardson, W.J.  1978.  Reorientation of nocturnal landbird migrants over the Atlantic Ocean near Nova Scotia in autumn**.  Auk 95(4):717‑732.  link or link

Richardson, W.J.  1978.  Timing and amount of bird migration in relation to weather: a review**.  Oikos 30(2):224‑272.  link

Richardson, W.J.  1979.  Southeastward shorebird migration over Nova Scotia and New Brunswick in autumn: a radar study**.  Can. J. Zool. 57(1):107‑124.  link

Richardson, W.J.  1979.  Radar techniques for wildlife studies**.  p. 171‑179 In: Proc. Pecora IV Sympos./application of remote sensing data to wildlife management. Nat. Wildl. Fed. Sci. Tech. Ser. 3, Washington.  397 p.  link

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