|American Institute of
1988 Bioscience, Vol. 38, No. 4. April issue
devoted to articles on conservation of Hawaii's endangered species, particularly
Union and Academy of Natural Sciences, Alan Poole, Managing Editor
1992 The Birds of North America. Issued as
separate species accounts, published bimonthly; 32 in first volume of projected
18 vol. series. (Most thorough up to date information on species including
conservation management; major bibliography of references.)
1980 The Trumpeter Swan: its history, habits and
populations in the United States. University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln.
|Beissinger, S.R., and
N. Snyder (Editors)
1992 New World Parrots in Crisis- Solution from
Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC.
(Based on the symposium, The Conservation Crisis of New World Parrots held
in 1990; contains 11 chapters that include causes, pressures, avicultutalists'
role, captive breeding, reintroduction, pet trade, solutions.)
l981 Hawaiian Birdlife. 2nd edition. University
Press of Hawaii, Honolulu. 260 pp. (Chapters on the natural history of
indigenous, endemic, introduced, and migratory species.)
l955 The Last of the Curlews. Dodd, Mead and
Co., New York. l28 pp. (Narrative of the life history of the Eskimo Curlew.)
1983 The Return of the Brown Pelican. Louisiana
State University Press, Baton Rouge. 118 pp.
1982 The Falcons of the World. Cornell University
Press, Ithaca, New York. (A review of the genera with descriptions of many
species including their habitat, reproduction, population status and conservation.)
|Cade, T., J. Enderson,
C. Thelander, and C. White
1988 Peregrine Falcon Populations: Their Management
and Recovery. Peregrine Fund Inc., Boise, Idaho. 949 pp.(20th Anniversary
International Conference on peregrine falcon; includes status, migration
and banding, reintroduction efforts and relationships with man.)
|Chancellor, R.D. (Editor)
l977 World Conference on Birds of Prey. Report
of Proceedings, Vienna l975. International Council for Bird Preservation
(ICBP). 442 pp. (Regional and national reports on status of birds of prey,
conservation efforts, management problems.)
|Clark, R.J., D.G. Smith
and L.H. Kelso
l978 Working Bibliography of Owls of the World:
Summaries of Current Taxonomy and Distributional Status. Foreword by Kai
Curry-Lindahl. Raptor Information Center, Wildlife Federation, Washington,DC
20036. 3l9 pp.
|Collar, N.J., and S.N.
1985 Threatened Birds of Africa and Related Islands.
Red Data Book, Part 1. 3rd Edition. Cambridge, England. 761 pp.
|Collar, N.J., M.J. Crosby,
and A.J. Stattersfield
1994 Birds to Watch 2. The World List of Threatened
Birds. Revised 1988 Edition. Birdlife International and the Smithsonian
Institution Press, Washington, DC (1200 birds identified with brief details
on distribution, habitat, population numbers and trends.)
|Collar, N.J., L.P. Gonzaga,
N. Krabbe et al
1993 Threatened Birds of the Americas. The
ICBP/IUCN Red Data Book, Part 2. 3rd Edition. International Council for
Bird Preservation, Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC 1,150
l977 Bird Conservation in Europe. A report
prepared for the Environment and Consumer Protection Service, Commission
of the European Communities. Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London. 58
pp. (Changes in bird communities in the past l00 years; reasons, and measures
1991 Seabird - Status and Conservation: A
Supplement. ICBP Technical Publication No. 11, Cambridge, England.
|Croxall, J.P., P.G.H.
Evans, and R.W. Shreiber (Editors)
1984 Status and Conservation of the World's Seabirds.
Technical Publication No. 2. ICBP, Cambridge, England. 778 pp.
l97l The Passenger Pigeon. Leaflet 7l-8. Available
from the Smithsonian Institution, Museum of Natural History, Department
of Vertebrate Zoology. 6 pp.
|Diamond, A.W. (Editor)
1987 Studies of Mascarene Island Birds. Cambridge
University Press, New York. 458 pp. (Ecological history of the islands;
history of the Dodo; review of the biology and conservation of the island's
endangered land birds.)
|Diamond, A.W., and T.E.
1985 Conservation of Tropical Forest Birds. ICBP
Technical Publication No. 4. ICBP, Cambridge, England. 318 pp.
|Diamond, A., R. Schrieber,
W. Cronkite, and R. Peterson
1989 Save the Birds. Houghton Mifflin Co.,
Boston, Massachusetts. 383 pp.
1990 Return of the Whooping Crane. University
of Texas Press, Austin. 192 pp.
l963 The Great Auk. Little Brown, Boston.
202 pp., map.(Fictional account. )
l965 The Silent Sky; the Incredible Extinction
of the Passenger Pigeon.
Little Brown, Boston. 243 pp.,illus. (Popular
|Ehrlich, P.R., D.S. Dobkin,
and D. Wheye
1992 Birds in Jeopardy. Stanford Universtiy
Press, California. (Rare and extinct birds.)
1986 Canyon Echos of the Condor. Natural History,
Vol.95, No. 4, pp. 10-14.
1989 Ecology of Birds. An Australian perspective.
Surrey Beatty & Sons Pty Limited, Australia. 288 pp. (Includes sections
on ecology of rare, endangered and extinct birds, habitat destruction and
modification in Australia.) BIRDS
1988 Extinct Birds. Facts on File, New York.
256 pp.(Those that have vanished since 1600; many excellent paintings and
|Gerrard, J.M. and G.R.
1988 The Bald Eagle. Haunts and Habits of a Wilderness
Monarch. Smithsonian Nature Book, Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington,
DC 224 pp. (A personal account of experiences in the field.)
|Gollop, J.B., T.W. Barry,
and E.H. Iversen
1986 Eskimo Curlew. A Vanishing Species? Saskatchewan
Natural History Society Special Publication No. 17. Saskatchewan, Canada.
160 pp. (For those interested in shore birds and their conservation; includes
a 31 page bibliography.)
1985 Special Report: California Condor. Endangered
Species Bulletin, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp. 5-6. (Building a captive breeding
|Goriup, P.D. (Editor)
1988 Ecology and Conservation of Grassland Birds.
Technical Publication No. 7. International Council for Bird Preservation
(ICBP), Cambridge, England. 252 pp.
l967 Extinct and Vanishing Birds of the World.
revised edition. Dover Publications, New York. 520 pp.
( Comprehensive study on extinct and threatened birds.
Some content out-dated; see King citation).
l953 The Dodo and Kindred Birds or the Extinct
Birds of the Mascarene Islands. H.F. and G. Witherby Ltd., London.
250 pp., maps, color plates, illus.
l978 Vanishing Birds. Their Natural History
and Conservation. Holt Rinehart and Winston, New York. 296 pp., illus.,
1986 Bachman's Warbler, a Species in Peril. Smithsonian
Institution Press, Washington, DC. 109 pp.
l979 The Peregrine Falcon in Greenland. (Observing
an Endangered Species.) University of Missouri Press, Columbia and London.
l980 Kirtland's Warbler- a Born Loser. Audubon,
Vol. 83, No. 3, May l98l, pp. 98-lll.
|Hudson, R. (Editor)
l975 Threatened Birds of Europe. Macmillan
London Ltd. and the Council of Europe. l28 pp., color photographs. (59
case histories that include background, European status and possible reasons
1981 An Annotated Bibliography of the Red-Cockaded
Woodpecker, Picoides borealis. Savannah River National Environmental
Research Park, P.O. Drawer E, Aiken, SC 29801. 290 pp. (1800 citations)
1987 The Red-Cockaded Woodpecker. Pp 479-493
In Audubon Wildlife Report 1987. The National Audubon Society, New York.
|Jackson, J.A. (Editor)
1989 Bird Conservation 3. University of Wisconsin
Press and ICBP, Madison. (Bird conservation problems in relation to forest
1982 Whooper Recount. Natural History, Vol.
91, No. 2, February 1982, pp. 71-75.
1990 Hawks, Eagles, & Falcons of North
America. Biology and Natural History. Smithsonian Press, Washington,
DC. 464 pp. (Focuses on conservation of raptors.)
1983 California Condor: Embroiled in a Flap Not
of its Making. Smithsonian , Vol. No. 9, December 1983, pp.72-83. (Details
efforts to save the bird and recent results from the captive breeding program.)
|Kaufmann, J. and H. Meng
l975 Falcons Return. William Morrow and Co.,
New York.l28 pp., black and white photographs. (Treats biology, history
and practice of falconry, and most important section traces Meng's work
in breeding the birds in captivity for introduction back into the wild.)
|Kear, J. and A.J. Berger
l980 The Hawaiian Goose. Buteo Books, Vermillion,
SouthDakota. l54 pp. (Story of their reestablishment in Hawaii.)
|Keast, A. and E. Morton
1980 Migrant Birds in the Neotropics: Ecology,
Behavior,Distribution, and Conservation: Proceedings of a Symposium
held at the Conservation and Research Center, National Zoological Park,
Smithsonian Institution, October 27-29, 1977. Smithsonian Institution Press,
|King, W.B. (Compiler)
l98l Endangered Birds of the World. ICBP Bird
Red Data Book. Smithsonian Institution Press and International Council
for Bird Preservation, Washington, DC (Reprinted, revised, and updated
text of Vol. II Aves in the Red Data Book series of the International Union
for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN) in paperbound
version. Original in loose-leaf format.)
l98l The World's Rarest Birds. International
Wildlife, Vol. ll, No. 5, September/October l98l, pp. l2-l9. (Status and
major causes of decline of 37 endangered species; many illustrations.)
1953 The California Condor Research Report No.
6. National Audubon Society, New York. 154 pp. ( 1966 reprint by Dover
1993 Wise as an Owl: a Resource and Teacher's
Guide to Birds of Prey.
The Peregrine Fund, Inc. Boise, Idaho. 76 pp.
(Information package deals with raptors, conservation and environmental
ethics. Material is directed toward older students.)
|LeFranc, Jr., M.N., and
W.S. Clark (editors)
1983 Working Bibliography of the Golden Eagle
and the Genus Aquila.
National Wildlife Federation, Washington, DC.
264 pp. (Over 3400 citations)
1987 Naturalized Birds of the World. Longman
Scientific & Technical, New York. 615 pp. (Introduced birds: where,
when, why, and by whom and their effect on native biota.)
|Lincer, J., W.S. Clark,
and M.N. LeFranc, Jr. (Compilers)
l979 Working Bibliography of the Bald Eagle. Foreword
by Dean Amadon. Raptor Information Center, National Wildlife Federation,
Washington, DC. 20036. 268 pp.(Over 2000 citations.)
1985 Endangered Parrots. Blandford, England.
l977 Birds in Peril. A Guide to the Endangered
Birds of the United States and Canada. Houghton Mifflin, New York. l9l
pp., illustration in color. (History and life cycle of 20 species.)
|Mattson, S.W., T. Andriek,
and J. Wetzel
1986 Wisconsin Trumpeter Swan Recovery Plan. Bureau
of Endangered Resources, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. 40
l960 The Kirtland's Warbler. Cranbrook Institute
of Science, Michigan. 242 pp. (Biology and history.)
1992 A Stillness in the Pines. The Ecology
of the Red-Cockaded Woodpecker. W.W. Norton & Co., New York. 270 pp.
l966 The Whooping Crane. E.P. Dutton and Co.,
New York. l90 pp., l9 photographs.
|Moors, P.J. (Editor)
1985 Conservation of Island Birds. ICBP Technical
Publication No. 3, Cambridge, England. 271 pp.
1988 Rare Birds of the World. A Collins/ICBP
Handbook. Collins and International Council For Bird Preservation, London.
256 pp. (First section covers evolution of birds, threats to them, environmental
degradation and history of bird protection; second section gives species
accounts treated by regions. Appendicies tabulate status, range and listing
on CITES and lists all birds known to become extinct since 1600.)
|Nettleship, D.N., J.
Burger, and M. Gochfeld (Editors)
1994 Seabirds on Islands. Threats, Case Studies
and Action Plans. Birdlife International; distributed by Smithsonian Institution
Press, Washington, DC 350 pp.
|Nero, R.W. et al (Editors)
1987 Biology and Conservation of Northern Forest
Owls. Symposium Proceedings, February 3-7, 1987, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report RM-142. 309 pp. U.S. Department
of Agriculture, Fort Collins, Colorado.
|Newton, I., and R.D.
1985 Raptors. ICBP Technical Publication No.
5. Cambridge, England. 492 pp. (Papers of the Second World Conference on
Birds of Prey held in Greece-1982)
l98l The Bird Business: A Study of the Commercial
Cage Bird Trade. 2nd edition. (Reason for increase in trade and its
side effects.) May be ordered from the Animal Welfare Institute, P.O. Box
3650, Washington, DC 20007 or the Humane Society of the United States,
2l00 L Street, N.W., Washington, DC 20036.
1989 The Raptor Research Foundation Bibliographic
Raptor Research Report 7. (Available from Raptor
Research Foundation, 12805 St. Croix Tr., Hastings, Minnesota 55033.)
1989 Extinction on Islands: Man as a Catastrophe.
In D. Western and M.C. Pearl, Conservation for the Twenty-first Century.
Oxford University Press, New York.
|Pasquier, R.F. (Editor)
1982 Conservation of New World Parrots: Proceedings
of theICBP Parrot Working Group Meeting, St. Lucia 1980. Smithsonian Institution
Press for the International Council for Bird Preservation. 485 pp., ill.
(Review of the distribution, population, and conservation status of nearly
150 species of parrots in the Western Hemisphere.)
|Poole, A. F.
1989 Ospreys: A Natural and Unnatural History.
University Press, Massachusetts. 246 pp.
|Porter, R., M.A. Jenkins,
and A. Gaski
1987 Working Bibliography of the Peregrine Falcon.
and Technical Series No. 9, National Wildlife Federation, Washington, DC
185 pp. (3500 key worded and annotated citations.)
|Pratt, H.D., P.L. Bruner,
and D.G. Berrett
1987 The Birds of Hawaii and the Tropical Pacific.
University Press, New Jersey. 409 pp.(Includes species accounts, discussion
of need for conservation of habitats, flora and fauna, and prospects for
protection of native Hawaiian birds.)
1980 The Peregrine Falcon. Buteo Books, Vermillion,
South Dakota. 416 pp. (History of man's interactions with peregrines, their
habitats, population trends, migration and ecology, and conservation efforts.)
l955 The Passenger Pigeon. University of Wisconsin
Press, Madison. 424 pp., photographs, illus.
l982 A Brown Study of the Brown Pelican. Natural
History, Vol. 9l, No. l, January l982, pp.38-42.
|Schreiber, R.W. and E.A.
l980 The Brown Pelican (Pelecanus occidentalis
): A Bibliography. Natural History Museum, Los Angeles, CA 20 pp. (Over
|Scott, J. M. et al
1986 Forest Bird Communities of the Hawaiian Islands:Their
Dynamics, Ecology, and Conservation. Studies in Avian Biology No. 9.
431 pp. (Includes accounts for 40 native species and 33 introduced species.)
1985 Last Chance for the Ivorybill. Natural
History, Vol. 94, No. 8, pp. 66-68.
|Short, L., and J. Horne
1986 The Ivorybill Still Lives. Natural History,
Vol. 95, No. 7, pp. 26-29.
l978 Science Takes up Medieval Sport to Help Peregrines.
Vol. 9, No. 9, December l978, pp. 58-65. (Efforts to reintroduce eastern
peregrines to the wild.)
l967 The Auk, the Dodo, and the Oryx; Vanished
and Vanishing Creatures.
Crowell, New York. 246 pp.,
1986 Migration and Wintering Records of Kirtland's
Warbler: an Annotated Bibliography. Southeast Field Station, Patuxent
Wildlife Research Unit, Athens, Georgia. 49 pp.
l942 The Ivory-billed Woodpecker. National
Audubon Society, New York. lll pp., 22 figs, 20 black and white photographs.
l966 Dover Pub. reprint. (Study includes distribution, ecology, life history,
|Temple, S.A. (Editor)
l978 Endangered Birds. Management Techniques for
Preserving Threatened Species. University of Wisconsin Press, Madison.
466 pp. (Technical.)
1983 Bird Conservation Yearbook. Yearbook
of the U.S. Section of the ICBP. University of Wisconsin Press, Madison.
(First of an annual series. General information this year; next year's
subject, Island Birds of the U.S.)
1985 Bird Conservation 2. University of Wisconsin
Press, Madison. 181 pp.
1989 Where Have All the Birds Gone? Essays
on the biology and conservation of birds that migrate to American tropics.
Princeton University Press, New Jersey. 202 pp. (Includes missing songbird
migrants, crucial habitats, deforestation, conservation.)
|Tucker, G., M. Heath,
L. Tomialojc, and R. Grimmett
1994 Birds in Europe: Their Conservation Status.
Birdlife International and Smithsonian Press. Washington, DC (Review of
the conservation status of birds in the European Palaearctic, Turkey, and
Greenland; includes range maps, tables, trends, major threats and measures
needed to conserve birds.
|Wege, D.C. and A.J. Long
1994 Priority Areas for Threatened Birds in the
Neotropics. Birdlife International and Smithsonian Institution, Washington,
DC 370 pp. (Most important areas for bird conservation from Mexico south,
including Caribbean islands.)
1986 Can We Save Our Only Parrot. (Puerto
Rican parrots) National Wildlife, Vol. 24, No. 5, pp. 4-7.
l978 The California Condor, l966-76: A Look at
its Past and Future.
North American Fauna Series 72. Fish and Wildlife
Service, Department of the Interior. l36 pp., illus. (A historical viewpoint)
1981 Birds at Risk, A Comprehensive World-survey
of Threr. l36 pp., illus. (A historical viewpoint)
1981 Birds at Risk, A Comprehensive World-survey
of Threatened Species.
Humanities Press, Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey.
159 pp. (Survey of the literature; discussion and theorizing on historic
extinction of those species most threatened worldwide.)
l975 To Save a Bird in Peril. Coward, McCann
& Geoghegan,Inc., New York. 286 pp. (Conservation efforts and management
techniques on behalf of the Peregrine Falcon, Osprey, Cahow, Whooping Crane,
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