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Title: Status, ecology, and conservation of the southwestern willow flycatcher
Author: Finch, Deborah M.; Stoleson, Scott H.
Source: Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-60. Ogden, UT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 132 p.
- Chapter 1: Introduction of the conservation assessment concept
Finch, Deborah M.
- Chapter 2: Population status on breeding grounds
Marshall, Robert M.
- Chapter 3: Threats
Marshall, Robert M.; Stoleson, Scott H.
- Chapter 4: The dynamic environmental history of southwest willow flycatcher habitat: A survey of changing riparian conditions through time
Periman, Richard D.; Kelly, Jeffrey F.
- Chapter 5: A survey of current breeding habitats
Sogge, Mark K.; Marshall, Robert M.
- Chapter 6: Breeding season ecology
Sogge, Mark K.
- Chapter 7: Migration and winter ecology
Finch, Deborah M.; Kelly, Jeffrey F.; Cartron, Jean-Luc E.
- Chapter 8: Demographic characteristics and population modeling
Stoleson, Scott H.; Whitfield, Mary J.; Sogge, Mark K.
- Chapter 9: The ecology of brown-headed cowbirds and their effects on southwestern willow flycatchers
Uyehara, J. C.; Whitfield, Mary J.; Goldwasser, Lloyd
- Chapter 10: Management recommendations
Finch, Deborah M.; Agyagos, Janie; McCarthey, Tracy; Marshall, Robert M.; Stoleson, Scott H.; Whitfield, Mary J.
- Chapter 11: Research needs
Stoleson, Scott H.; Agyagos, Janie; Finch, Deborah M.; McCarthey, Tracy; Uyehara, Jamie; Whitfield, Mary J.
Description: This publication was prepared in response to a need expressed by southwestern agencies and organizations for a comprehensive assessment of the population status, history, biology, ecology, habitats, threats, and conservation of the southwestern willow flycatcher (Empidonax traillii extimus). The southwestern willow flycatcher was federally listed as an Endangered subspecies in 1995. A team of flycatcher experts from multiple agencies and organizations identified components of the publication, wrote chapters, and cooperatively assembled management recommendations and research needs. We hope this publication will be useful in conserving populations and habitats of the southwestern willow flycatcher. Financial assistance for preparing this report was provided by the Southwest Region and Rocky Mountain Research Station's Rio Grande Ecosystem Program of the U.S. Forest Service.
Keywords: southwestern willow flycatcher, endangered species, riparian, Southwest, exotic woody plants, rivers, recovery, habitat restoration, Neotropical migratory bird, brown-headed cowbird
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Finch, Deborah M.; Stoleson, Scott H. 2000. Status, ecology, and conservation of the southwestern willow flycatcher. Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-60. Ogden, UT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 132 p.
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