Literature

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Schaefer, RR, D. Rudolph, C, Fagan, JF2007Winter Prey Caching by Northern Hawk Owls in Minnesota
Schaefer, RR, D. Rudolph, C, Conner, RN1991The Response of Adult Red-Cockaded Woodpeckers to a Fallen Nestling
Schaefer, RR, Conner, RN, D. Rudolph, C, Saenz, D2004Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Nestling Provisioning and Reproduction in Two Different Pine Habitats
Saenz, D, Conner, RN, Shackelford, CE, D. Rudolph, C1998Pileated Woodpecker Damage to Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Cavity Trees in Eastern Texas
Saenz, D, Conner, RN, D. Rudolph, C, R. Engstrom, T2001Is a "Hands-Off" Approach Appropriate for Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Conservation in Twenty-First-Century Landscapes?
Saenz, D, Conner, RN, Collins, CS, D. Rudolph, C2001Initial and Long-Term Use of Inserts by Red-Cockaded Woodpeckers
Saenz, D, Baum, KA, Conner, RN, D. Rudolph, C, Costa, R2002Large-Scale Translocation Strategies for Reintroducing Red-Cockaded Woodpeckers
D. Rudolph, C, Kyle, H, Conner, RN1990Red-Cockaded Woodpeckers vs Rat Snakes: The Effectiveness of the Resin Barrier
D. Rudolph, C, Conner, RN, Turner, J1990Competition for Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Roost and Nest Cavities: Effects of Resin Age and Entrance Diameter
D. Rudolph, C, Conner, RN, Schaefer, RR, Koerth, NE2007Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Foraging Behavior
D. Rudolph, C, Conner, RN, Schaefer, RR1991Yellow-Bellied Sapsuckers Feeding at Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Resin Wells
D. Rudolph, C, Conner, RN, Schaefer, RR2002Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Foraging Behavior in Relation to Midstory Vegetation
D. Rudolph, C, Conner, RN, Carrie, DK, Schaefer, RR1992Experimental Reintroduction of Red-Cockaded Woodpeckers
D. Rudolph, C, Conner, RN1991Cavity Tree Selection by Red-Cockaded Woodpeckers in Relation to Tree Age
D. Rudolph, C, Conner, RN1994Forest Fragmentation and Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Population: An Analysis at Intermediate Scale (Efecto de la Fragmentación de Bosque en una Población de Picoides borealis: un Análisis a Escala Intermedia
D. Rudolph, C, Conner, RN1996Red-Cockaded Woodpeckers and Silvicultural Practice: Is Uneven-Aged Silviculture Preferable to Even-Aged?
Perry, RW, Brown, RE, D. Rudolph, C2001Mutual Mortality of Great Horned Owl and Southern Black Racer: A Potential Risk of Raptors Preying on Snakes
Conner, RN, Shackelford, CE, Schaefer, RR, Saenz, D, D. Rudolph, C2002Avian Community Response to Southern Pine Ecosystem Restoration for Red-Cockaded Woodpeckers
Conner, RN, Saenz, D, Schaefer, RR, McCormick, JR, D. Rudolph, C, D. BURT, BRENT2004Group Size and Nest Success in Red-Cockaded Woodpeckers in the West Gulf Coastal Plain: Helpers Make a Difference / Tamaño del grupo y éxito de anidaje de Picoides borealis, en el Llano Costanero de la Parte Occidental del Golfo: los asistentes hacen la
Conner, RN, Saenz, D, Schaefer, RR, McCormick, JR, D. Rudolph, C, D. BURT, BRENT2005Rainfall, El Niño, and Reproduction of Red-Cockaded Woodpeckers
Conner, RN, Saenz, D, D. Rudolph, C, Schaefer, RR2002Does the Availability of Artificial Cavities Affect Cavity Excavation Rates in Red-Cockaded Woodpeckers? (¿Afecta la disponibilidad de cavidades artificiales las tasas de excavación de Picoides borealis?)
Conner, RN, Saenz, D, D. Rudolph, C, Ross, WG, Kulhavy, DL, Coulson, RN2001Does Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Excavation of Resin Wells Increase Risk of Bark Beetle Infestation of Cavity Trees?
Conner, RN, Saenz, D, D. Rudolph, C, Ross, WG, Kulhavy, DL1998Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Nest-Cavity Selection: Relationships with Cavity Age and Resin Production
Conner, RN, Saenz, D, D. Rudolph, C, Coulson, RN1998Southern Pine Beetle-Induced Mortality of Pines with Natural and Artificial Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Cavities in Texas
Conner, RN, D. Rudolph, C, Schaefer, RR, Saenz, D, Shackelford, CE1999Relationships among Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Group Density, Nestling Provisioning Rates, and Habitat
Conner, RN, D. Rudolph, C, Schaefer, RR, Saenz, D1997Long-Distance Dispersal of Red-Cockaded Woodpeckers in Texas
Conner, RN, D. Rudolph, C, Saenz, D, Schaefer, RR1994Heartwood, Sapwood, and Fungal Decay Associated with Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Cavity Trees
Conner, RN, D. Rudolph, C, Saenz, D, Schaefer, RR1996Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Nesting Success, Forest Structure, and Southern Flying Squirrels in Texas
Conner, RN, D. Rudolph, C, Kulhavy, DL, Snow, AE1991Causes of Mortality of Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Cavity Trees
Conner, RN, D. Rudolph, C, Bonner, LH1995Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Population Trends and Management on Texas National Forests (Tendencias Poblacionales de Picoides borealis y su Manejo en los Bosques Nacionales de Texas)
Conner, RN, D. Rudolph, C1991Effects of Midstory Reduction and Thinning in Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Cavity Tree Clusters
Conner, RN, D. Rudolph, C1991Forest Habitat Loss, Fragmentation, and Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Populations
Conner, RN, D. Rudolph, C1995Losses of Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Cavity Trees to Southern Pine Beetles
Conner, RN, McCormick, JR, Schaefer, RR, Saenz, D, D. Rudolph, C2001A Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Group with Two Simultaneous Nest Trees
Conner, RN, Johnson, RH, D. Rudolph, C, Saenz, D2003Do Red-Cockaded Woodpeckers Select Cavity Trees Based on Chemical Composition of Pine Resin?
N. Carrie, R, Conner, RN, D. Rudolph, C, Carrie, DK1999Reintroduction and Postrelease Movements of Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Groups in Eastern Texas
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