California Department of Fish and Wildlife

1999

99.01 Lewis, J.C., K.L. Salee, and R.T. Golightly,Jr. 1999. Introduction and range expansion of nonnative red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) in California. Am. Midl. Nat. 142:372-381.
99.02 Smith, R., M.Z. Peery, R.J. Gutierrez, and W.S. LaHaye. 1999. The relationship between spotted owl diet and reproductive success in the San Bernardino mountains, California. Wilson Bull. 111(1): 22-29.
99.03 Newman, S.H., J.Y. Takekawa, D.L. Whitworth, and E.E. Burkett. 1999. Subcutaneous anchor attachment increases retention of radio transmitters on Xantus' and marbled murrelets. J. Field. Ornithol., 70(4):520-534.
99.04 Jurek, R.M. and P. Ryan. 1999. 1996-97 ferret survey of state wildlife agencies. California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Species Conservation and Recovery Program Rep. 1999-04. 37pp.
99.05 LaHaye, W.S. and R.J. Gutiererez. 1999. Nest sites and nesting habitat of northern spotted owls in northwestern California. Condor 101:324-330.

2000

00.01  Keane, K. 2000. California least tern breeding survey, 1998 season. California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Habitat Conservation Planning Branch Rep. 2000-01. 43pp.
00.02 Hamilton, B., K. Hunting, and L. Cook. 2000. Tricolored Blackbird Status Report for 1999. Cent. Val. Bird Club Bull. 3(1):7-11.
00.03  Sharpe, P.B. and D.K. Garcelon. 2000. Restoration of ospreys on Santa Catalina Island, California, 2000. Inst. for Wildl. Studies for California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Unpubl. rpt. 5pp.
00.04 Franklin, A.B., D.R. Anderson, R.J. Gutierrez, and K.P. Burnham. 2000. Climate, habitat quality, and fitness in northern spotted owl populations in northwestern California. Ecol. Monographs 70(4):539-590.
00.05  Schlorff, R. 2000. Report to the Fish and Game Commission on bank swallow populations. California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Habitat Conservation Planning Branch Rep. 2000-05. 9pp.

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