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Fire in North American Wetland Ecosystems and Fire-Wildlife Relations: An Annotated Bibliography

Subject Index For Appendix A
The Literature On Fire-Wildlife Relations Indexed In Wildlife Review 1935-September 1987


Effects of Fire on Birds

Other Birds and Multispecies Studies | Nongame | Game - Upland | Game - Waterfowl


Other Birds and Multispecies Studies

651 Anderson, Stanley H. EFFECT OF WILDFIRE ON AVIAN POPULATIONS IN THE UPPER 
         PENINSULA OF MICHIGAN. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 59(2):94. June 1978. Abstract 
         only. WR 171
    
652 Apfelbaum, Steven and Alan Haney. BIRD POPULATIONS BEFORE AND AFTER WILDFIRE 
         IN A GREAT LAKES PINE FOREST. Condor 83(4):347-354. Nov. 1981. WR 184
    
653 Aulenbach, Steve and Maureen O'Shea-Stone. BIRD UTILIZATION OF A PONDEROSA PINE 
         FOREST AFTER A FIRE. C.F.O. (solo. Field Ornithol.) J. 17(1):14-19. 1983. 
         WR 189
    
654 Bergstedt, Barbara and Gerald J. Niemi. A COMPARISON OF TWO BREEDING BIRD 
         CENSUSES FOLLOWING THE LITTLE SIOUX FOREST FIRE. Loon 46(1):28-33. 1974. 
         WR 154-41
    
655 Blake, John G. INFLUENCE OF FIRE AND LOGGING ON NONBREEDING BIRD COMMUNITIES 
         OF PONDEROSA PINE FORESTS. J. Wildl. Manage. 46(2):404-415. Apr. 1982. 
         WR 186
 
656 Bock, Carl E. and James F. Lynch. BREEDING BIRD POPULATIONS OF BURNED AND 
         UNBURNED CONIFER FOREST IN THE SIERRA NEVADA. Condor 72(2):182-189. Apr. 
         1970. WR 139-76
    
657 Bock, Carl E.; Martin Raphael and Jane H. Bock. CHANGING AVIAN COMMUNITY 
         STRUCTURE DURING EARLY POST-FIRE SUCCESSION IN THE SIERRA NEVADA. Wilson 
         Bull. 90(1):119-123. Mar. 1978. WR 170
    
658 Chapman, H. H. BIRDS AND LONGLEAF PINE REPRODUCTION. J. For. 36(12):1246-1247. 
         Dec. 1938. WR 19-10
    
659 Edwards, William R. and Jack A. Ellis. RESPONSES OF THREE AVIAN SPECIES TO 
         BURNING. Wilson Bull. 81(3):338-339. Sept. 1969. WR 137-62
    
660 Emlen, John T. HABITAT SELECTION BY BIRDS FOLLOWING A FOREST FIRE. Ecology 
         51(2):343-345. 1970. WR 139-69
    
661 Euler, David L. and Daniel Q. Thompson. RUFFED GROUSE AND SONGBIRD FORAGING 
         RESPONSE ON SMALL SPRING BURNS. N.Y. Fish Game J. 25(2):156-164. July 
         1978. WR 175
    
662 Granholm, Stephen Lee. EFFECTS OF SURFACE FIRES ON BIRDS AND THEIR HABITAT 
         ASSOCIATIONS IN CONIFEROUS FORESTS OF THE SIERRA NEVADA, CALIFORNIA. Ph.D.    
         dissertation, Univ. Calif. (Davis) 137p. 1982. WR 190
    
663 Hayward, Bruce. PRAIRIE FIRES AND NESTING BIRDS. Flicker 22(2):35-38. June 
         1950. WR 62-31
    
664 Higgins, Kenneth F. A COMPARISON OF BURN SEASON EFFECTS ON NESTING BIRDS IN 
         NORTH DAKOTA MIXED-GRASS PRAIRIE. Prairie Nat. 18(4):219-228. 1986. WR 205
    
665 Hinkes, Michael and Kathleen Engel. BIRD COMMUNITY CHANGES FOLLOWING WILDFIRE 
         IN INTERIOR ALASKA. Proc. Alaska Sci. Conf. (Fairbanks) 32:98. 1981. 
         Abstract only. WR 183
    
666 Huff, Mark H.; James K. Agee and David A. Manuwal. POSTFIRE SUCCESSION OF 
         AVIFAUNA IN THE OLYMPIC MOUNTAINS, WASHINGTON. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. 
         Rep. INT-186. p. 8-15. 1985. WR 200

667 Johnson, Douglas H. EFFECTS OF GRASSLAND BURNING ON BREEDING BIRDS--PRELIMINARY 
         REPORT. Proc. N.D. Acad. Sci. 30(1):24. Apr. 1976. WR 165

668 Lyon, L. Jack and John M. Marzluff. FIRE'S EFFECTS ON A SMALL BIRD POPULATION. 
         U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-186. p. 16-22. 1985. WR 200
    
669 Manry, David E. BIRDS OF FIRE. Nat. Hist. 94(1):38-45. 1985. WR 197
    
670 Michael, Edwin D. and Patrick I. Thornburgh. IMMEDIATE EFFECTS OF HARDWOOD 
         REMOVAL AND PRESCRIBED BURNING ON BIRD POPULATIONS. Southwest. Nat. 15(3):
         359-370. 20 Feb. 1971. WR 141-62
    
671 Moriarty, David J.; Richard E. Farris; Diane K. Noda and Patricia A. Stanton. 
         EFFECTS OF FIRE ON A COASTAL SAGE SCRUB BIRD COMMUNITY. Southwest. Nat. 
         30(3):452-453. 1985. WR 199
    
672 Niemi, Gerald J. BREEDING BIRDS OF BURNED & UNBURNED AREAS IN NORTHERN MINNESOTA. 
         Loon 50(2):73-84. 1978. WR 171
    
673 Petersen, Peter C. EFFECT OF PRAIRIE BURNING ON MIGRANT BIRDS. Inl. Bird Banding 
         News 46(4):137-139. July-Aug. 1974. WR 154-39
    
674 Pinkowski, Benedict C. NOTES ON EFFECTS OF FIRE AND LOGGING ON BIRDS INHABITING 
         JACK PINE STANDS. Jack-Pine Warbler 55(2):92-94. June 1977. WR 166
    
675 Sweger, Joseph G. and Ernest P. Hahn. THE EFFECTS OF FIRES ON AVIFAUNA IN THE 
         APPALACHIAN MOUNTAIN REGION OF NORTHERN NEW JERSEY. Trans. Northeast Sect. 
         Wildl. Soc. 37:45-49. 1980. WR 180
    
676 Taylor, Dale L. and William J. Barmore, Jr. POST-FIRE SUCCESSION OF AVIFAUNA IN 
         CONIEEROUS FORESTS OF YELLOWSTONE AND GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARKS, WYOMING. 
         U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-86. p. 130-145. 1980. WR 199
    
677 Theberge, John B. BIRD POPULATIONS IN THE KLUANE MOUNTAINS, SOUTHWEST YUKON, 
         WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO VEGETATION AND FIRE. Can. J. Zool. 54(8):1346-
         1356. Aug. 1976. In English with French summ. WR 163
    
678 Tiagwad, Tamara E., Craig M. Olson and Robert E. Martin. SINGLE-YEAR RESPONSE 
         OF BREEDING BIRD POPULATIONS TO FIRE IN A CURLEAF MOUNTAIN-MAHOGANY-BIG 
         SAGEBRUSH COMMUNITY. Proc. Second Conf. Sci. Res. Natl. Parks 12:97-110. 
         1980. WR 200
    
679 Walkinshaw, Lawrence H. BIRDS FOUND IN MICHIGAN JACK-PINE BURNS: FIFTY-THREE 
         YEARS OF OBSERVATION. Jack-Pine Warbler 63(1):24-35. 1985. WR 202

680 Wirtz, William O. II. EFFECTS OF FIRE ON BIRDS IN CHAPARRAL. Cal-Neva Wildl. 
         Trans. 1979:114-124. 1979. WR 177
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Nongame

681 Best, Louis, B. EFFECTS OF FIRE ON A FIELD SPARROW POPULATION. Am. Midl. Nat. 
         101(2):434-442. Apr. 1979. WR 175
    
682 Castrale, John S. EFFECTS OF TWO SAGEBRUSH CONTROL METHODS ON NONGAME BIRDS. 
         J. Wildl. Manage. 46(4):945-952. Oct. 1982. WR 188
    
683 Conner, Richard N. and Brian A. Locke. EFFECTS OF A PRESCRIBED BURN ON CAVITY 
         TREES OF REDCOCKADED WOODPECKERS. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 7(4):291-293. 1979. 
         WR 177
    
684 Elliott, Bruce. CHANGES IN DISTRIBUTION OF OWL SPECIES SUBSEQUENT TO HABITAT 
         ALTERATION BY FIRE. West. Birds 16(1):25-28. 1985. WR 203
    
685 Engstrom, R. Todd; Robert L. Crawford and W. Wilson Baker. BREEDING BIRD 
         POPULATIONS IN RELATION TO CHANGING FOREST STRUCTURE FOLLOWING FIRE 
         EXCLUSION: A 15-YEAR STUDY. Wilson Bull. 96(3):437-450. 1984. WR 196
    
686 Gipe, T. G. and J. G. Morris. EFFECTS OF PRESCRIBED BURNING ON THE SUITABILITY 
         OF HABITAT FOR THE FLORIDA SCRUB JAY (APHELOCOMA COERULESCENS COERULESCENS). 
         Am. Zool. 26(4):100A. 1986. Abstract only. WR 204
    
687 Gipe, T. G. and J. G. Morris. EFFECTS OF PRESCRIBED BURNING ON THE SUITABILITY 
         OF HABITAT FOR THE FLORIDA SCRUB JAY, APHELOCOMA COERULESCENS COERULESCENS. 
         Fla. Sci. 50(suppl. 1):36. 1987. Abstract only. WR 205
    
688 Hamas, Michael J. NEST-SITE SELECTION BY EASTERN KINGBIRDS IN A BURNED FOREST. 
         Wilson Bull. 95(3):475-477. Sept. 1983. WR 192
    
689 Holder, Gregory L.; Mark K. Johnson and James L. Baker. CATTLE GRAZING AND 
         MANAGEMENT OF DUSKY SEASIDE SPARROW HABITAT. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 8(2):105-
         109. 1980. WR 179
    
690 Knodel-Montz, Janet Jean. USE OF ARTIFICIAL PERCHES ON BURNED AND UNBURNED 
         TALLGRASS PRAIRIE. Wilson Bull. 93(4):547-548. Dec. 1981. WR 185
    
691 Krueger, Henry O. BREEDING ADAPTATIONS OF THE VESPER SPARROW (POOECETES 
         GRAMINEUS) IN A FIRE-ALTERED ECOSYSTEM. M.S. thesis, Central Mich. Univ. 
         71p. 1981. WR 185
 
692 Loiselle, Bette A. and John G. Blake. SITE TENACITY OF BIRDS ON CURTIS PRAIRIE, 
         DANE COUNTY, WISCONSIN. Passenger Pigeon 46(1):16-21. 1984. WR 194
    
693 Mayfield, Harold F. KIRTLAND'S WARBLER: WHY SO RARE? Living Bird Q. 3(2):4-8. 
         1984. WR 194
    
694 Petersen, Kenneth L. and Louis B. Best. EFFECTS OF PRESCRIBED BURNING ON NONGAME 
         BIRDS IN A SAGEBRUSH COMMUNITY. Soc. Range Manage. Annu. Meeting 38:16. 
         1985. Abstract only. WR 198
    
695 Peterson, Kenneth Lee. AVIAN ECOLOGICAL STUDIES IN A SAGEBRUSH COMMUNITY: BIRD 
         RESPONSES TO FIRE AND TERRITORY DYNAMICS IN A SPARROW POPULATION. Ph.D. 
         dissertation, Iowa State Univ. lOOp. 1986. From Diss. Abstr. Int. B Sci. 
         Eng. 47(11):4399-4400. 1987. WR 206
    
696 Radtke, Robert E.; John Bvelich and George Irvine. ENDANGERED BIRD OF FIRE--
         THE KIRTLAND'S WARBLER. U.S. Dep. Agric. Yearb. Agric. 1983:174181. 
         1983. WR 193
    
697 Renwald, J. David. THE EFFECT OF FIRE ON WOODY PLANT SELECTION BY NESTING 
         NONGAME BIRDS. J. Range Manage. 31(6):467-468. Nov. 1978. WR 183
    
698 Renwald, J. David. EFFECT OF FIRE ON LARK SPARROW NESTING DENSITIES. J. Range 
         Manage. 30(4):283-285. July 1977. WR 167
    
699 Smallwood, John A.; Mark Woodrey; Nathan J. Smallwood and Mary Anne Kettler. 
         FORAGING BY CATTLE EGRETS AND AMERICAN KESTRELS AT A FIRE'S EDGE. J. 
         Field Ornithol. 53(2):171-172. 1982. WR 187
    
700 Stamps, Robert T.; J. H. Carter III; Terry L. Sharpe, Phillip D. Doerr and 
         Norman J. Lantz. EFFECTS OF PRESCRIBED BURNING ON RED-COCKADED WOODPECKER 
         COLONIES DURING THE BREEDING SEASON IN NORTH CAROLINA. In: Red-cockaded 
         Woodpecker Symposium II Proceedings, Don A. Wood, editor. p. 78-80. 1983. 
         WR 194
    
701 Stanton, Patricia A. COMPARISON OF AVIAN COMMUNITY DYNAMICS OF BURNED AND UNBURNED 
         COASTAL SAGE SCRUB. Condor 88(3):285-289. 1986. WR 203
    
702 Taylor, Dale L. FIRE MANAGEMENT AND THE CAPE SABLE SPARROW. In: The Seaside 
         Sparrow, Its Biology and Management. Thomas L. Ouay, John B. Funderburg, 
         Jr., David S. Lee, Eloise F. Potter, and Chandler S. Robbins. p. 147-152. 
         1983. WR 203
    
703 Tewes, Michael E. OPPORTUNISTIC FEEDING BY WHITE-TAILED HAWKS AT PRESCRIBED 
         BURNS. Wilson Bull. 96(1):135-136. Mar. 1984. WR 194
    
704 Winter, B. M. and L. B. Best. EFFECT OF PRESCRIBED BURNING ON PLACEMENT OF 
         SAGE SPARROW NESTS. Condor 87(2):294-295. 1985. WR 198 
    
705 Wright, John M. RESPONSE OF NESTING LAPLAND LONGSPURS (CACCARIUS LAPPONICUS) 
         TO BURNED TUNDRA ON THE SEWARD PENINSULA. Arctic 34(4):366369. Dec. 1981. 
         In English with French summ. WR 187
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Game Upland

    
706 Baumgartner, F. M. PREVENTION OF FIRES TO INCREASE BOBWHITE. Okla. Game Fish 
         News 1(2):8-9. Jan. 1946. WR 52-28
    
707 Brown, Sandra L. and David E. Samuel. THE EFFECTS OF CONTROLLED EURNING ON 
         POTENTIAL BOBWHITE QUAIL BROOD HABITAT ON SURFACE MINES. U.S. Fish Wildl. 
         Serv. FWS/OBS-78/81. p. 352-357. Dec. 1978. WR 174
    
708 Bryan, A. L., Jr.; L. G. Webb and H. S. Hill, Jr. QUAIL FOOD PLOT RECOMMENDATIONS 
         ON REGENERATED SITES IN SOUTH CAROLINA. Proc. Annu. Conf. Southeast. Assoc. 
         Fish Wildl. Agencies 36:594-602. 1982. WR 198
  
709 Buckner, James Lee. EFFECTS OF BURNING AND DISKING ON AVAILABLE SEED SUPPLIES 
         OF THE BOBWHITE QUAIL, COLINUS VIRGINIANUS L., IN THE LONGLEAF PINE OF 
         SOUTHWEST GEORGIA. N.S. thesis, Univ. Ga. 1969. WR 140-150
    
710 Cannon, R. W. and F. L. Knopf. LESSER PRAIRIE CHICKEN RESPONSES TO RANGE FIRES 
         AT THE BOOMING GROUND. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 7(1):44-46. 1979. WR 177
    
711 Dimmick, Ralph W. THE INFLUENCE OF CONTROLLED BURNING ON NESTING PATTERNS OF 
         BOBWHITE IN WEST TENNESSEE. Proc. Annu. Conf. Southeast. Assoc. Game 
         Fish Comm. 25:149-155. 1972. WR 148-88
    
712 Doerr, Phillip David. RUFFED GROUSE ECOLOGY IN CENTRAL ALBERTA--DEMOGRAPHY, 
         WINTER FEEDING ACTIVITIES, AND THE IMPACT OF FIRE. Ph.D. thesis, Univ. 
         Wfs. 127p. 1973. WR 151-60
    
713 Duncan, Don A. FOOD OF CALIFORNIA QUAIL ON BURNED AND UNBURNED CENTRAL CALIFORNIA 
         FOOTHILL RANGELAND. Calif. Fish Game 54(2):123-127. Apr. 1968. WR 130-51
    
714 Ellison, Laurence N. DENSITY OF ALASKAN SPRUCE GROUSE BEFORE AND AFTER FIRE. 
         J. Wildl. Manage. 39(3):468-471. July 1975. WR 159-52
    
715 Erickson, A. B.; D. B. Vesall; C. E. Carlson and C. T. Rollings. MINNESOTA'S 
         MOST IMPORTANT GAME BIRD - THE PHEASANT. FACTS AND FIGURES ON PHEASANT 
         STUDIES 1939-1950. Flicker 23(3):23-49. Sept. 1951. WR 67-32

716 Gullion, Gordon W. RUFEED GROUSE HABITAT MANIPULATION--MILLE LACS WILDLIFE 
         MANAGEMENT AREA, MINNESOTA. Minn. Wildl. Res. Q. 36(3):96-121. July 1976. 
         WR 183
    
717 Hurst, George A. EFFECTS OF CONTROLLED BURNING ON WILD TURKEY POULT FOOD HABITS. 
    Proc. Annu. Conf. Southeast. Assoc. Fish 
    Wildl. Agencies 32:30-37. 1978[1979]. WR 177
    
718 Hurst, George Andrew. THE EFFECTS OF CONTROLLED BURNING ON ARTHROPOD DENSITY 
         AND BIOMASS IN RELATION TO BOBWHITE QUAIL (COLINUS VIRGINIANUS) BROOD 
         HABITAT. Ph.D. thesis, Miss. State Univ. 70p. 1970. WR 141-64
    
719 Jacobson, H. A. and G. A. Hurst. PREVALENCE OF PARASITISM BY AMBLYOMMA 
         AMERICANUM ON WILD TURKEY POULTS AS INFLUENCED BY PRESCRIBED BURNING. 
         J. Wildl. Dis. 15(1):43-47. Jan. 1979. WR 173
    
720 Johnson, Randall C. and M. Keith Causey. USE OF LONGLEAF PINE STANDS BY WOODCOCK 
         IN SOUTHERN ALABAMA FOLLOWING PRESCRIBED BURNING. U.S. Fish Wildl. Serv. 
         Wildl. Res. Rep. 14:120-125. 1982. WR 187
    
721 Johnson, Randall Carl. EFEECT OF PRESCRIBED BURNING AND GRAZING ON THE DIURNAL 
         USE OF LONGLEAF PINE STANDS BY AMERICAN  WOODCOCK IN SOUTH ALABAMA. Ph.D. 
         dissertation, Auburn Univ. 35p. 1980. WR 180
    
722 Koerth, Ben H.; James L. Mutz and James C. Segers. AVAILABILITY OF BOBWHITE 
         FOODS AFTER BURNING OF PAN AMERICAN BALSAMSCALE. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 14(2):
         146-150. 1986. WR 202
    
723 Koerth, Ben H.; James L. Mutz and James C. Segers. EFFECT OF PRESCRIBED BURNING 
         ON BOBWHITE QUAIL DIETS IN SOUTH TEXAS. Soc. Range Manage. Annu. Meeting 37:
         [14-15.] 1984. Abstract only. WR 198
    
724 Landus, J. Larry and Brad S. Mueller. BOBWHITE QUAIL MANAGEMENT: A HABITAT 
         APPROACH. Tall Timbers Research Station Misc. Publ. No. 6. 39p. 1986. 
         WR 205
    
725 Leif, Anthony P.; Loren M. Smith and Henry A. Wright. EFFECTS OF CONTROLLED 
         BURNING ON NORTHERN BOBWHITES IN REDBERRY JUNIPER COMMUNITIES. In: 
         Research Highlights - 1985 Noxious Brush and Weed Control; Range and 
         Wildlife, Tex. Tech Univ. 16:42. 1985. WR 205
    
726 Lewis, Clifford E. and Thomas J. Harshbarger. BURNING AND GRAZING EFFECTS ON 
         BOBWHITE FOODS IN THE SOUTHEASTERN COASTAL PLAIN. Wildl. Soc. Pull. 14(4):
         455-459. 1986. WR 204
    
727 Moore, Wm. H. EFFECTS OF CERTAIN PRESCRIBED FIRE TREATMENTS ON THE DISTRIBUTION 
         OF SOME HERBACEOUS QUAIL FOOD PLANTS IN LOBLOLLY-SHORTLEAF PINE COMMUNITIES 
         OF THE ALABAMA UPPER COASTAL PLAIN. Annu. Conf. Southeast. Assoc. Game 
         Fish Comm. 11:349-351. Oct. 1957. WR 90-25
    
728 Patton, C. P. SOME FACTS ABOUT COTTON RATS AND THEIR RELATION TO QUAIL. N.C. 
         Wildl. Conserv. 5(11):10-11, 15. Nov. 1941. WR 33-5
    
729 Peterle, Tony J. THE SHARP-TAILED GROUSE IN THE UPPER PENINUSLA OF MICHIGAN. 
         Ph.D. thesis, Univ. Mich. 275p. 1954. WR 78-60
    
730 Ramharter, Brentt George. HABITAT SELECTION AND MOVEMENTS BY SHARP-TAILED 
         GROUSE (PEDIOECETES PHASIANELLUS) HENS DURING THE NESTING AND BROOD 
         REARING PERIODS IN A FIRE MAINTAINED BRUSH PRAIRIE. Ph.D. dissertation, 
         Univ. Minn. 86p. 1976. WR 166
    
731 Renwald, J. David; Henry A. Wright and Jerran T. Flinders. EFFECT OF PRESCRIBED 
         FIRE ON BOBWHITE QUAIL HABITAT IN THE ROLLING PLAINS OF TEXAS. J. Range 
         Manage. 31(1):65-69. Jan. 1978. WR 169
    
732 Rosene, Walter, Jr. THE USE OF FIRE IN QUAIL MANAGMENT. 8th Annu. Conf. South-
         eastern Assoc. Game Fish Comm. 8p. Nov. 1954. WR 79-41
    
733 Scott, David F. FIRE AND QUAIL MANAGEMENT AT EORT CAMPBELL, KENTUCKY. Proc. 
         Annu. Conf. Southeast. Assoc. Game Fish Comm. 12:294-300. 1958[1959]. 
         WR 97-57
    
734 Seitz, William K. and Roger Q. Landers. CONTROLLED BURNING IN RELATIONSHIP TO 
         BOBWHITE QUAIL POPULATIONS ON A SOUTHERN IOWA PUBLIC HUNTING AREA. Iowa 
         State J. Res. 47(2):149-165. Nov. 1972. WR 148-90
    
735 Sexton, Donald A. and Murray M. Gillespie. EFFECTS OF FIRE ON THE LOCATION OF 
         A SHARP-TAILED GROUSE ARENA. Can. Field-Nat. 93(1):74-76. Jan-Mar. 1979. 
         WR 173
    
736 Speake, Dan W. EFFECTS OF CONTROLLED BURNING ON BOBWHITE QUAIL POPULATIONS 
         AND HABITAT OF AN EXPERIMENTAL AREA IN THE ALABAMA PIEDMONT. Proc. Annu. 
         Conf. Southeast. Assoc. Game Fish Comm. 20:19-32. 1966(1967). WR 34-57
    
737 Stoddard, Herbert L. USE OF FIRE ON SOUTHEASTERN GAME LANDS. Coop. Quail Study 
         Assoc. 19p. 15 Jan. 1935. WR 1-13
    
738 Stoddard, Herbert L. THE USE OF CONTROLLED FIRE IN SOUTHEASTERN GAME MANAGEMENT.  
         Coop. Quail Study Assoc. 21p. Jan. 1939. Supercedes 1935 paper. WR 20-19
    
739 Wilson, Marcia M. and John A. Crawford. RESPONSE OF BOBWHITES TO CONTROLLED 
         BURNING IN SOUTH TEXAS. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 7(1):53-56. 1979. WR 177 
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Waterfowl

740 Gorenzel, Warner P.; Ronald A. Ryder and Clait E. Braun. AMERICAN COOT RESPONSE 
         TO HABITAT CHANGE ON A COLORADO MARSH. Southwest. Nat. 26(1):59-65. 21 
         Feb. 1981. WR 181
    
741 Hochbaum, George S.; Leon T. Kummen and F. Dale Caswell. EFFECTS OF AGRICULTURAL 
         BURNING ON OCCUPANCY RATES OF SMALL WETLANDS BY BREEDING DUCKS. Can. 
         Wildl. Serv. Progress Note No. 155. 3p. 1985. Available in English or 
         French. WR 198
    
742 Martz, Gerald F. EFFECTS OF NESTING COVER REMOVAL ON BREEDING PUDDLE DUCKS. 
         J. Wildl. Manage. 31(2):236-247. Apr. 1967. WR 126-47
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