California Department of Fish and Wildlife

1994

94.01 Gould, G.I., Jr. 1994. Nongame Bird and Mammal Section bibliography: 1966-1993. California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Nongame Bird and Mammal Sec. Rep. 94-1. 72pp.
94.02 Grenfell, W.G., Jr. 1994. Licensed fur trappers' and dealers' report 1992-93. California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Nongame Bird and Mammal Sec. Rep. 94-2. 6pp.
94.03 LaHaye, W.S. and R.J. Gutiérrez. 1994. Big Bear spotted owl study, 1993. California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Nongame Bird and Mammal Sec. Rep. 94-3. 10pp.
94.04 California Department of Fish and Wildlife. 1994. The red fox - managing non-native species in Califonria. California Department of Fish and Wildlife. Sacto., CA. 8pp.  
94.05 Jurek, R.M. 1994. A bibliography of feral, stray, and free-roaming domestic cats in relation to wildlife conservation. California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Nongame Bird and Mammal Sec. Rep. 94-5. 24pp.
94.06 Zembal, R. 1994. Light-footed clapper rail management and population assessment, 1993. California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Nongame Bird and Mammal Sec. Rep. 94-6. 32pp.
94.07 Caffrey, C. 1994. California least tern breeding survey, 1993 season. California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Nongame Bird and Mammal Sec. Rep. 94-7. 39pp.
94.08 Pendleton, D., R. Barrett, T. Beede, A. Cooperrider, L. Diller, G. Greenwood, G. Gould, W. Laudenslayer, T. Scott, R. Taylor, and H. Welsh. 1994. Approaches to wildlife cumulative-effects assessment and analysis. Unpubl. rpt. by Wildlife/Science Committee for the California Board of Forestry. Sacramento, CA. 14pp.
94.09 Fowler, C.H. and R.T. Golightly, Jr. 1994. Fisher and marten survey techniques on the Tahoe National Forest. California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Nongame Bird and Mammal Sec. Rep. 94-9. 64pp.
94.10 Jenkins, J.M., R.M. Jurek, D.K. Garcelon, R. Mesta, W.G. Hunt, R.E. Jackman, D.E. Driscoll, and R.W. Risebrough. DDE contamination and population parameters of bald eagles Haliaeetus leucocephalus in California and Arizona, USA. In: Meyburg, B.U. and R.D. Chancellor, eds. Raptor Conservation Today. The Pica Press. Pgs. 751-756.
94.11 LaHaye, W.S., R.J. Gutiérrez, and H.R. Akcakaya. 1994. Spotted owl metapopulation dynamics in southern California. J. Anim. Ecol. 63(4):775-785.
94.12 Hunter, J.E., R.J. Gutiérrez, A.B. Franklin, and D. Olson. Ectoparasites of the spotted owl. J. Raptor Res. 28(4):232-235.
94.13 Golightly, R.T., Jr., M.R. Faulhaber, K.L. Sallee, and J.C. Lewis. 1994. Food habits and management of introduced red fox in southern California. In: Halverson, W.S. and A.C. Crabb, eds. Proc. 16th Vertebr. Pest Conf. Univ. of Calif. Davis, CA:15-20.
94.14 Schlorff, R.W. 1994. Five-year status report for greater sandhill crane. California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Nongame Bird and Mammal Sec. rep. 12pp.
94.15 Schlorff, R.W. 1994. Report to the Fish and Game Commission on bank swallow populations. California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Nongame Bird and Mammal Sec. rep. 3pp.
94.16 Littlefield, C.D. and R.W. Schlorff. 1994. Summer distribution, status, and trends of greater sandhill crane populations in Oregon and California. Northwest. Nat. 75:1-10.
94.17 Gutiérrez, R.J. 1994. Changes in the distribution and abundance of spotted owls during the past century. Pp.293-300 in J.R. Jehl, Jr. and N.K. Johnson (eds.), A century of avifaunal change in western North America. Cooper Ornith. Soc. Studies in Avian Biol. No. 15.