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Ventana Wildlife Society’s Published Material:

Burnett, LJ, Sorenson KJ, Brandt J, Sandhaus EA, Ciana D, Clark M, David C, Theule J, Kasielke S, Risebrough R. 2013. Eggshell thinning and depressed hatching success of California condors reintroduced to central California. The Condor, Vol. 115, Number 3, pages 477–491.

Chamberlain, C.P., J.R. Waldbauer, K. Fox-Dobbs, S.D. Newsome, P.L. Kock, D.R. Smith, M.E. Church, S.D. Chamberlain, K.J. Sorenson, and R. Risebrough. 2005. Pleistocene to recent dietary shifts in California condors. PNAS. Vol. 102, No. 46, pp 16707-16711.

Church, Molly E., R. Gwiazda, R.W. Risebrough, K.J. Sorenson, C.P. Chamberlain, S. Farry, W. Heinrich, B.A Rideout, D.R. Smith. 2006. Ammunition is the principal source of lead accumulated by California condors re-introduced to the wild.  Environmental Science and Technology.  40(19)  pp. 6143-6150.

Church, M.E., R. Gwiazda, R.W. Risebrough, K. Sorenson, C.P. Chamberlain, S. Farry, W. Heinrich, B.A. Rideout, and D.R. Smith. 2008. Response on "Ammunition is the principal source of lead accumulated by California condors re-introduced to the wild". Environmental Science and Technology, Web release date: 1/31/2008. Available online: http://pubs.acs.org/cgi-bin/abstract.cgi/esthag/asap/abs/es702174r.html.

Finkelstein, M.E., D. George, S. Scherbinski, R. Gwiazda, M. Johnson, J. Burnett, J. Brandt, S. Lawrey, A.P. Pessier, M. Clark, J. Wynne, J. Grantham, and D.R. Smith. 2010. Feather Lead Concentrations and 207Pb/206Pb Ratios Reveal Lead Exposure History of California Condors (Gymnogyps californianus). Environ. Sci. Technol. 2010, 44, 2639–2647.

Finkelstein, M. E., D. F. Doak, D. George, J. Burnett, J. Brandt, M. Church, J. Grantham, and D. R. Smith. 2012. Lead poisoning and the deceptive recovery of the critically endangered California Condor. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109:11449-11454.

Fry, M., K. Sorenson, J. Grantham, J. Burnett, J. Brandt, and M. Koenig. 2009. Lead intoxication kinetics in condors from California. Abstract in R.T. Watson, M. Fuller, M. Pokras, and W.G. Hunt (Eds.). Ingestion of Lead from Spent Ammunition: Implications for Wildlife and Humans. The Peregrine Fund, Boise, Idaho, USA.

Graham, A. and N. Thorngate. 2005. Nuttall's White-crowned Sparrow (Zonotrichia leucophrys nuttalli). In The Coastal Scrub and Chaparral Bird Conservation Plan: a strategy for protecting and managing coastal scrub and chaparral habitats and associated birds in California. California Partners in Flight. http://www.prbo.org/calpif/htmldocs/scrub.html

Hohenberger, C., and J. N. Davis. 1998. Birding hotspots: Big Sur, California. Birder's World June: 54-58.

Parmentier, K., R. Gwiazda, J. Burnett, K. Sorenson, S. Scherbinski, C. Vantassell, A. Welch, M. Koenig, J. Brandt, J. Petterson, J. Grantham, R. Risebrough, and D. Smith. 2009. Feather Pb isotopes reflect exposure history and ALAD inhibition shows sub-clinical toxicity in California Condors. Abstract in R. T. Watson, M. Fuller, M. Pokras, and W. G. Hunt (Eds.). Ingestion of Lead from Spent Ammunition: Implications for Wildlife and Humans. The Peregrine Fund, Boise, Idaho, USA.

Petterson, J.R., K.J. Sorenson, C. Vantassell, J. Burnett, S. Scherbinski, A. Welch, and S. Flannagan. 2009. Blood-lead concentrations in California Condors released at Pinnacles National Monument, California. Abstract in R. T. Watson, M. Fuller, M. Pokras, and W. G. Hunt (Eds.). Ingestion of Lead from Spent Ammunition: Implications for Wildlife and Humans. The Peregrine Fund, Boise, Idaho, USA.

Rideout, B. A., I. Stalis, R. Papendick, A. Pessier, B. Puschner, M. E. Finkelstein, D. R. Smith, M. Johnson, M. Mace, R. Stroud, J. Brandt, J. Burnett, C. Parish, J. Petterson, C. Witte, C. Stringfield, K. Orr, J. Zuba, M. Wallace, and J. Grantham. 2012. Patterns of mortality in free-ranging California Condors (Gymnogyps californianus). Journal of Wildlife Diseases 48:95-112. pdf (363KB)

Rivers, J. W., J. M. Johnson, S. M. Haig, C. J. Schwarz, J. W. Glendening, L. J. Burnett, D. George, J. Grantham. 2014. Resource selection by the California Condor (Gymnogyps californianus) relative to terrestrial-based habitats and meteorological conditions. PLoS ONE 9(2):e88430. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0088430.

Stake, M. M. 2012. Trends in vagrant capture rates at a coastal California banding station (1993-2010). Bird Populations 11:14-21. pdf (542KB)

Stake, M. M., and K. Sorenson. 2011. Trends in riparian songbirds banded at Big Sur, Central California Coast. Western Birds 42:85-95. pdf (198KB)

Stake, M. M. 2011. Trends in capture rates for summer, winter, and permanent resident songbirds at Big Sur, California. North American Bird Bander 36:149-155.

Sorenson, K., L. J. Burnett, and J. R. Davis. 2001. Status of the California Condor and mortality factors affecting recovery. Endangered Species Update 18(4):120-123.

Sorenson K.J. and J. Burnett. 2007. Lead concentrations in the blood of Big Sur California Condors. Pages 185-195 in California Condors in the 21st Century (A. Mee and L.S. Hall, Eds.). Series in Ornithology No. 2. pdf (1MB)

Sorenson K. J., and J. Burnett. 2007. Lead concentrations in the blood of Big Sur California Condors. Pages 185-195 in California Condors in the 21st Century (A. Mee and L.S. Hall, Eds.). Special Publication of the American Ornithologists’ Union and Nuttall Ornithological Club.

Thibodeau, M. D. 1999. Analysis of mist net tier capture frequencies in a coastal California riparian habitat. North American Bird Bander 24(1). pdf (325KB)

Tyner, M., L. J. Burnett, and M. M. Stake. 2013. California Condor foraging on a live California sea lion pup. Western Birds 44:151-154.

Ventana Wildlife Society. 2009. Evaluating Diverter Effectiveness in Reducing Avian Collisions With Distribution Lines at San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Complex, Merced County, California. California Energy Commission, Public Interest Energy Research (PIER) Program. CEC-500-2009-078.

Publication Topics
Condors
Bald Eagles

Songbirds

Monarch Butterflies
Avian – Energy System Interactions
Sudden Oak Death

Downloadable Documents
Published Papers
Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report List

Evaluating Diverter Effectiveness in Reducing Avian Collisions with Distribution Lines at San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Complex, Merced County, California

Condors
Chamberlain, C.P., J.R. Waldbauer, K. Fox-Dobbs, S.D. Newsome, P.L. Kock, D.R. Smith, M.E. Church, S.D. Chamberlain, K.J. Sorenson, and R. Risebrough. 2005. Pleistocene to recent dietary shifts in California condors.  PNAS.  Vol. 102, No. 46, pp 16707-16711.

Church, Molly E., R. Gwiazda, R.W. Risebrough, K.J. Sorenson, C.P. Chamberlain, S. Farry, W. Heinrich, B.A Rideout, D.R. Smith. 2006. Ammunition is the principal source of lead accumulated by California condors re-introduced to the wild.  Environmental Science and Technology.  40(19)  pp. 6143-6150.

Davis, J. and K. Sorenson. 2000. California Condor Restoration Final Report, project #00-124. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #001 to National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, Salinas, CA.

Sorenson, K., L. J. Burnett, and J. R. Davis. 2001. Status of the California Condor and mortality factors affecting recovery. Endangered Species Update 18(4):120-123.

Burnett, J. and K.J. Sorenson. 2007. Ventana Wildlife Society’s Bald Eagle and California Condor Restoration Program: 2006 Annual Report. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #044 to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Salinas, CA.

Sorenson, K., L. J. Burnett, and J. R. Davis. 2001. Status of the California Condor and mortality factors affecting recovery. Endangered Species Update 18(4):120-123.

Sorenson K.J. and J. Burnett. 2007. Lead concentrations in the blood of Big Sur California Condors. Pages 185-195 in California Condors in the 21st Century (A. Mee and L.S. Hall, Eds.). Series in Ornithology No. 2.

Thorngate, N. 2007. Presence and movements of California Condors near proposed wind turbines. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #049 to HT Harvey and Associates, Ventana Wildife Society, Salinas, CA. pdf

Bald Eagles
Thorngate, N. 2004. Bald Eagle Management Plan. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #025 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Big Sur, CA.

Thorngate, N. 2005. Bald Eagle monitoring at Camp Roberts California Army National Guard Training Facility.  Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #030 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Big Sur, CA.

Thorngate, N. 2006. Bald Eagle monitoring at Camp Roberts California Army National Guard Training Facility, 2006.  Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #038 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Big Sur, CA.

Burnett, J. and K.J. Sorenson. 2007. Ventana Wildlife Society’s Bald Eagle and California Condor Restoration Program: 2006 Annual Report. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #044 to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Salinas, CA.

Songbirds: General
Davis, J. N. 1995. Hutton's Vireo (Vireo huttoni). In The Birds of North America, no. 189 (A. Poole and F. Gill, Eds.). Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, and North American Ornithologists' Union, Washington, D.C.

Farquhar CC, and Ritchie KL. 2002. Black-tailed Gnatcatcher (Polioptila melanura). In
The Birds of North America (A. Poole and F. Gill, eds.) Acad. of Sci., Philadelphia, PA,
and Am. Ornithol. Union, Washington, D.C.

Graham, A. and N. Thorngate. 2005. Nuttall's White-crowned Sparrow (Zonotrichia leucophrys nuttalli). In The Coastal Scrub and Chaparral Bird Conservation Plan: a strategy for protecting and managing coastal scrub and chaparral habitats and associated birds in California. California Partners in Flight. http://www.prbo.org/calpif/htmldocs/scrub.html

Thorngate, N. 2006. Landbird diversity and abundance in native Monterey pine forests. Unpublished Master’s of Science thesis, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA.

Thorngate, N. and M. Parsons. 2005. Rufous-crowned Sparrow (Aimophila ruficeps). In The Coastal Scrub and Chaparral Bird Conservation Plan: a strategy for protecting and managing coastal scrub and chaparral habitats and associated birds in California. California Partners in Flight. http://www.prbo.org/calpif/htmldocs/scrub.html

Songbirds: Big Sur
Davis, J. N., and D. Roberson. 1996. Birds of Big Sur: A Checklist. Big Sur Ornithology Lab, Ventana Wildlife Sanctuary, Big Sur, CA.

Davis, J. N., and D. Roberson. 2000. Birds of Big Sur: a Guide to Their Seasonal Status. Big Sur Ornithology Lab, Ventana Wildlife Society, Carmel Valley, CA.

Griffiths, J. 2006. Songbird and monarch butterfly conservation on the California central coast. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #035 to Dean Witter Foundation. Big Sur, CA.

Hamilton, S. L., J. D. Frey, J. W. Scott, and J. J. Meyer. 2002. East Molera Grassland Avian Monitoring Program (2001-2002). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #007 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA. pdf (503KB)

Hamilton, S. L., J. W. Scott, and J. D. Frey. 2003. East Molera Grassland Avian Monitoring Program (2001-2003). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #012 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA. pdf (397KB)

Hohenberger, C., and J. N. Davis. 1998. Birding hotspots: Big Sur, California. Birder's World. June: 54-58.

Scott, J. W., J. D. Frey, and S. L. Hamilton. 2001. East Molera Grassland Avian Monitoring Program. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #004 to California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA. pdf (127KB)

Shihadeh, K. 2007. Creamery Meadow post-restoration vegetation inventory. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #056 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA. pdf (306KB)

Stock, S. L., N. Thorngate, and J. D. Frey. 2004. East Molera Grassland Avian Monitoring Program (2001-2004). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #023 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA. pdf (773KB)

Tenney, C. 1999. Mist-net bird banding at the Big Sur Ornithology Lab: a six-year summary with recommendations. M.S. Thesis. Columbia Pacific University.

Thibodeau, M. D. 1999. Analysis of mist net tier capture frequencies in a coastal California riparian habitat. North American Bird Bander 24(1). pdf (325KB)

Thorngate, N., S. Scott, J. Griffiths, and J. D. Frey. 2005. East Molera Grassland Avian Monitoring Report (2001-2005). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #006 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA. pdf (698KB)

Thorngate, N. 2006. Diversity of neotropical migratory landbirds in Central Coastal California. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #039 for USFWS Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation Act, Agreement No. CA-N211, Big Sur, CA. pdf (265KB)

Thorngate, N. 2007. Nesting Bird Surveys: Julia Pfeiffer Burns/McWay Canyon. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #047 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Ventana Wildife Society, Salinas, CA. pdf (1.41MB)

Thorngate, N., J. Scullen, J. Griffiths, and J. D. Frey. 2006. East Molera Grassland Avian Monitoring Report (2001-2006). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #042 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA. pdf (843KB)

Songbirds: Carmel River
Emmons, G. J., S. L. Hamilton, and J. Scott. 2002. Carmel River Lagoon Avian Monitoring Project Report (1999-2002). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #006 to California Department of Parks and Recreations, Big Sur, CA. pdf (698KB)

Griffiths, J.L. 2005. Analysis of avian guild species diversity in the Carmel River riparian corridor. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #028 to Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Big Sur, CA. pdf (401KB)

Hamilton, S. L., J. W. Scott, and G. J. Emmons. 2002. Carmel River Lagoon Avian Monitoring Program (1999-2002). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #009 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA. pdf (346KB)

Ritchie, K. 2000. Carmel River Avian Monitoring Program (2000): Carmel River Mouth, Rancho San Carlos, Rancho Canada, All Saints, Red Rock, DeDampierre. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #002 to Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Big Sur, CA.

Scott, J. W., S. L. Hamilton, and J. F. Matusik. 2002. Carmel River Avian Monitoring Program (2002): Carmel River Mouth, Rancho San Carlos, All Saints, Red Rock. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #010 to Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Big Sur, CA. pdf (931KB)

Scott J. W., S. L. Stock, and J. L. Griffiths. 2003. Carmel River Lagoon Avian Monitoring Program (1999-2003). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #014 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA.

Scullen, J. and N. Thorngate. 2007. Carmel River Lagoon Avian Monitoring Program Report. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #053 to California Department of Parks and Recreation, Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA. pdf (1.24MB)

Shihadeh, K. and N. Thorngate. 2007. Avian diversity and riparian focal species abundance on the Lower Carmel River, Monterey County, Ca. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #055 to the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA. pdf (3.92MB)

Stock, S. L., Scott, J. W., and J. L. Griffiths. 2003. Carmel River Avian Monitoring Program: All Saints, Red Rock, Rancho San Carlos, Carmel River Mouth. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #016 to Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Big Sur, CA.

Stock, S. L. 2004. Analysis of avian guild species diversity in the Carmel River riparian corridor. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #021 to Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Big Sur, CA. pdf (452KB)

Tenney, C. R. 2000. Analysis of avian guild species diversity in the Carmel River riparian corridor (2000). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #003 to Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Big Sur, CA.

Tenney, C. R. 2001. Analysis of avian guild species diversity in the Carmel River riparian corridor (2001). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #005 to Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Big Sur, CA.

Tenney, C. R. 2002. Analysis of avian guild species diversity in the Carmel River riparian corridor (2002). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #011 to Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Big Sur, CA.

Tenney, C. R., and S. L. Stock. 2004. Analysis of avian guild species diversity in the Carmel River riparian corridor (2003). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #024 to Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Big Sur, CA. pdf (398KB)

Thorngate, N. 2005. Monitoring Avian Diversity and Abundance in the Odello West Restoration Site, Carmel, California. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #031 for the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA. pdf (478KB)

Thorngate N. and J. Scullen. 2007. Carmel River Avian Monitoring Program. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #054 to the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA. pdf (1.5MB)

Thorngate, N., J. Scullen, and J. Olson. 2006. Avian community dynamics in the lower Carmel River watershed, 1992-2006. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #045 to Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Big Sur, CA. pdf(1.04MB)

Thorngate, N., and S. L. Stock. 2004. Carmel River Avian Monitoring Program (2004): All Saints, Red Rock, Rancho San Carlos, Carmel River Mouth (mature and restored). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #026 to Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Big Sur, CA. pdf (1.6MB)

Thorngate, N., and B. Tryon. 2005. Carmel River Lagoon Avian Monitoring Program Report. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #033 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA. pdf (825KB)

Songbirds: Camp Roberts
Griffiths, J. L., E. Miller, and N. Thorngate. 2004. Camp Roberts Avian Monitoring Program: Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #018 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Big Sur, CA.

Griffiths, J. L., E. Miller, and N. Thorngate. 2004. Riparian habitat evaluation at Camp Roberts National Guard training site. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #019 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Big Sur, CA.

Griffiths, J. L., E. Miller, and S. L. Stock. 2004. Sensitive species report: results from avian point count surveys at Camp Roberts National Guard training site. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #020 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Big Sur, CA.

Scott, J. W., S. L. Stock, and J. L. Griffiths. 2003. Sensitive species report: results from point count surveys at Camp Roberts National Guard training site. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #015 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Big Sur, CA.

Thorngate, N. 2007. Camp Roberts Avian Monitoring Program: Monitoring Avian Abundance, Productivity and Survivorship. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #050 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA. pdf

Thorngate, N. 2007. Preliminary avian survey of blue oak woodlands at the CA ARNG Camp Roberts Training Facility. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #051 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA. pdf

Thorngate, N. 2007. Sensitive Species Report: Monitoring potential recolonization by Least Bell’s Vireo and population trends of riparian-associated songbirds at Camp Roberts California Army National Guard Training Site. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #052 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA. pdf

Thorngate, N. and J.L. Griffiths. 2005. Camp Roberts Avian Monitoring Program: Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #036 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Big Sur, CA.

Thorngate, N., and J. L. Griffiths. 2006. Camp Roberts Avian Monitoring Program: Monitoring Avian Abundance, Productivity and Survivorship. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #040 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Big Sur, CA.pdf

Thorngate, N., and J. L. Griffiths. 2006. Sensitive species report: Monitoring potential recolonization by Least Bell’s Vireo and population trends of riparian-associated birds at Camp Roberts California Army National Guard Training site. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #041 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Big Sur, CA.

Thorngate, N., J. Griffiths, and S. Stock. 2005. Sensitive species report: Brown-headed Cowbird trapping on recolonization by Least Bell’s Vireo and abundance and diversity of other riparian-associated birds at Camp Roberts California Army National Guard Training site. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #034 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Big Sur, CA.

Monarch Butterflies
Frey, D., S. L. Stock, S. Stevens, J. W. Scott, and J. L. Griffiths. 2003. Monarch Butterfly population dynamics in western N.A. - emphasis on Monterey and San Luis Obispo counties (winter 2002-03). Ventana Wildlife Society and California Polytechnic State University report, Big Sur and San Luis Obispo, respectively, CA. pdf (9.9MB)

Frey, D., and S. Stevens. 2006. Monarch butterfly population dynamics in western North America Emphasis on Monterey and San Luis Obispo Counties. California Polytechnic State University technical report to Helen I. Johnson, San Luis Obispo, CA.

Frey D., S. Stevens, S. L. Stock, J. W. Scott, and J. L. Griffiths. 2004. Monarch butterfly population dynamics in western N.A. - emphasis on Monterey and San Luis Obispo Counties (winter 2003-04). Ventana Wildlife Society and California Polytechnic State University report, Big Sur and San Luis Obispo, respectively, CA. pdf (2.45MB)

Frey, J. D., S. L. Hamilton, and J. W. Scott. 2003. Andrew Molera State Park Cooper Grove Management Plan. Ventana Wildlife Society plan prepared for the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA. pdf (2.37MB)

Griffiths, J. L. 2005. Micro-climate parameters associated with three overwintering Monarch Butterfly habitats in central California: a three year study. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #035 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA. pdf (486KB)

Griffiths, J. L. 2006. Micro-climate parameters associated with three overwintering Monarch Butterfly habitats in central California: a four year study. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #037 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA. pdf (463KB)

Griffiths, J. 2006. Songbird and monarch butterfly conservation on the California central coast. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #036 to Dean Witter Foundation. Big Sur, CA.

Hamilton, S. L., J. F. Matusik, M. Mayrhofer, J. J. Meyer, and J. W. Scott. 2002. Central coast Monarch Butterfly project report (winter 2001-02). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #008, Big Sur, CA. pdf (375KB)

Hamilton, S. L., J. W. Scott, and J. L. Griffiths. 2003. Micro-climate parameters associated with three overwintering Monarch Butterfly habitats in central California, study sites include Andrew Molera State Park (stands A and B) and Point Lobos State Reserve, (Winter 2002-2003). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #013 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA. pdf (840KB)

Stock, S. L., and J. L. Griffiths. 2004. Microclimate parameters associated with three overwintering monarch butterfly habitats in central California: a two year study, study sites include Andrew Molera State Park (stands A and B) and Point Lobos State Reserve, (Winter 2003-04). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #022 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA. pdf (475KB)

Thorngate, N., J. Griffiths, and J. Scullen. 2007. Microclimate parameters associated with overwintering monarch butterfly habitats in two State Parks on the central coast of California. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #046 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA. pdf(6MB)

Avian – Energy System Interactions
Thorngate, N. 2005. Power structure risk assessment and avian protection plan for Camp Roberts Army National Guard training site. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #032 prepared for California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Salinas, CA.

Sorenson, K., A. Yi Qi, E. Stoutenburg. 2009. California Condors and the potential for wind power in Monterey County. Unpublished report prepared by Ventana Wildlife Society in collaboration with Stanford University Solar and Wind Energy Project. Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, Ca.

Ventana Wildlife Society. 2009. Evaluating Diverter Effectiveness in Reducing Avian Collisions With Distribution Lines at San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Complex, Merced County, California. California Energy Commission, Public Interest Energy Research (PIER) Program. CEC-500-2009-078. pdf

Sudden Oak Death
Shihadeh, K.R. 2006. Habitat relationships and California Spotted Owls: Big Sur Ecoregion, Northern Los Padres National Forest. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #043 to U.S. Forest Service, Salinas, CA. pdf (4.65MB)

Ventana Wildlife Society’s List of Technical Reports
(digital copies of documents that have pdfs indicated can be supplied)

Technical Report #

Technical Report Author and Title

Download

001

Davis, J. and K. Sorenson. 2000. California Condor Restoration Final Report, project #00-124. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #001 to National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, Salinas, CA.

 

002

Ritchie, K. 2000. Carmel River Avian Monitoring Program (2000): Carmel River Mouth, Rancho San Carlos, Rancho Canada, All Saints, Red Rock, DeDampierre. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #002 to Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Big Sur, CA.

 

003

Tenney, C. R. 2000. Analysis of avian guild species diversity in the Carmel River riparian corridor (2000). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #003 to Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Big Sur, CA.

 

004

Scott, J. W., J. D. Frey, and S. L. Hamilton. 2001. East Molera Grassland Avian Monitoring Program. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #004 to California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA.

pdf (127KB)

005

Tenney, C. R. 2001. Analysis of avian guild species diversity in the Carmel River riparian corridor (2001). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #005 to Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Big Sur, CA.

 

006

Thorngate, N., S. Scott, J. Griffiths, and J. D. Frey. 2005. East Molera Grassland Avian Monitoring Report (2001-2005). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #035 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA.

pdf (698KB)

007

Hamilton, S. L., J. D. Frey, J. W. Scott, and J. J. Meyer. 2002. East Molera Grassland Avian Monitoring Program (2001-2002). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #007 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA.

pdf (503KB)

008

Hamilton, S. L., J. F. Matusik, M. Mayrhofer, J. J. Meyer, and J. W. Scott. 2002. Central coast Monarch Butterfly project report (winter 2001-02). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #002 to Helen Johnson, Big Sur, CA.

pdf (375KB)

009

Hamilton, S. L., J. W. Scott, and G. J. Emmons. 2002. Carmel River Lagoon Avian Monitoring Program (1999-2002). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #009 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA.

pdf (346KB)

010

Scott, J. W., S. L. Hamilton, and J. F. Matusik. 2002. Carmel River Avian Monitoring Program (2002): Carmel River Mouth, Rancho San Carlos, All Saints, Red Rock. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #010 to Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Big Sur, CA.

pdf (931KB)

011

Tenney, C. R. 2002. Analysis of avian guild species diversity in the Carmel River riparian corridor (2002). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #011 to Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Big Sur, CA.

 

012

Hamilton, S. L., J. W. Scott, and J. D. Frey. 2003. East Molera Grassland Avian Monitoring Program (2001-2003). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #012 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA.

pdf (397KB)

013

Hamilton, S. L., J. W. Scott, and J. L. Griffiths. 2003. Micro-climate parameters associated with three overwintering Monarch Butterfly habitats in central California, study sites include Andrew Molera State Park (stands A and B) and Point Lobos State Reserve, (Winter 2002-2003). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #013 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA.

pdf (840KB)

014

Scott J. W., S. L. Stock, and J. L. Griffiths. 2003. Carmel River Lagoon Avian Monitoring Program (1999-2003). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #014 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA.

 

015

Scott, J. W., S. L. Stock, and J. L. Griffiths. 2003. Sensitive species report: results from point count surveys at Camp Roberts National Guard training site. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #015 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Big Sur, CA.

 

016

Stock, S. L., Scott, J. W., and J. L. Griffiths. 2003. Carmel River Avian Monitoring Program: All Saints, Red Rock, Rancho San Carlos, Carmel River Mouth. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #016 to Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Big Sur, CA.

 

017

Foster, S., and K. Sorenson. 2004. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Bay Watershed Education and Training Final Progress Report. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #017 to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Salinas, CA.

 

018

Griffiths, J. L., E. Miller, and N. Thorngate. 2004. Camp Roberts Avian Monitoring Program: Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #018 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Big Sur, CA.

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019

Griffiths, J. L., E. Miller, and N. Thorngate. 2004. Riparian habitat evaluation at Camp Roberts National Guard training site. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #019 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Big Sur, CA.

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020

Griffiths, J. L., E. Miller, and S. L. Stock. 2004. Sensitive species report: results from avian point count surveys at Camp Roberts National Guard training site. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #020 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Big Sur, CA.

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021

Stock, S. L. 2004. Analysis of avian guild species diversity in the Carmel River riparian corridor. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #021 to Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Big Sur, CA.

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022

Stock, S. L., and J. L. Griffiths. 2004. Microclimate parameters associated with three overwintering monarch butterfly habitats in central California: a two year study, study sites include Andrew Molera State Park (stands A and B) and Point Lobos State Reserve, (Winter 2003-04). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #022 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA.

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023

Stock, S. L., N. Thorngate, and J. D. Frey. 2004. East Molera Grassland Avian Monitoring Program (2001-2004). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #023 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA.

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024

Tenney, C. R., and S. L. Stock. 2004. Analysis of avian guild species diversity in the Carmel River riparian corridor (2003). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #024 to Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Big Sur, CA.

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025

Thorngate, N. 2004. Bald Eagle Management Plan. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #025 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Big Sur, CA.

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026

Thorngate, N., and S. L. Stock. 2004. Carmel River Avian Monitoring Program (2004): All Saints, Red Rock, Rancho San Carlos, Carmel River Mouth (mature and restored). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #026 to Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Big Sur, CA.

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027

Porte, A., and K. Sorenson. 2005. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Bay Watershed Education and Training Final Report. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #027 to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Salinas, CA.

 

028

Griffiths, J.L. 2005. Analysis of avian guild species diversity in the Carmel River riparian corridor. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #028 to Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Big Sur, CA.

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029

Sorenson, K. 2005. Nancy Buck Ransom Foundation Final Report. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #029 to Nancy Buck Ransom Foundation, Salinas, CA.

 

030

Thorngate, N. 2005. Bald Eagle monitoring at Camp Roberts California Army National Guard Training Facility.  Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #030 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Big Sur, CA.

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031

Thorngate, N. 2005. Monitoring Avian Diversity and Abundance in the Odello West Restoration Site, Carmel, California. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #031 for the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA.

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032

Thorngate, N. 2005. Power structure risk assessment and avian protection plan for Camp Roberts Army National Guard training site. Ventana Wildlife Society technical Report #032 prepared for California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Salinas, CA.

 

033

Thorngate, N., and B. Tryon. 2005. Carmel River Lagoon Avian Monitoring Program Report. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #033 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA.

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034

Thorngate, N., J. Griffiths, and S. Stock. 2005. Sensitive species report: Brown-headed Cowbird trapping on recolonization by Least Bell’s Vireo and abundance and diversity of other riparian-associated birds at Camp Roberts California Army National Guard Training site. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #034 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Big Sur, CA.

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035

Griffiths, J. L. 2005. Micro-climate parameters associated with three overwintering Monarch Butterfly habitats in central California: a three year study. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #035 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA.

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036

Thorngate, N. and J.L. Griffiths. 2005. Camp Roberts Avian Monitoring Program: Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #036 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Big Sur, CA.

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037

Griffiths, J. L. 2006. Micro-climate parameters associated with three overwintering Monarch Butterfly habitats in central California: a four year study. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #037 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA.

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038

Thorngate, N. 2006. Bald Eagle monitoring at Camp Roberts California Army National Guard Training Facility, 2006.  Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #038 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Big Sur, CA.

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039

Thorngate, N. 2006. Diversity of neotropical migratory landbirds in Central Coastal California. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #039 for USFWS Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation Act, Agreement No. CA-N211, Big Sur, CA.

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040

Thorngate, N., and J. L. Griffiths. 2006. Camp Roberts Avian Monitoring Program: Monitoring Avian Abundance, Productivity and Survivorship. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #040 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Big Sur, CA.

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041

Thorngate, N., and J. L. Griffiths. 2006. Sensitive species report: Monitoring potential recolonization by Least Bell’s Vireo and population trends of riparian-associated birds at Camp Roberts California Army National Guard Training site. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #041 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Big Sur, CA.

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042

Thorngate, N., J. Scullen, J. Griffiths, and J. D. Frey. 2006. East Molera Grassland Avian Monitoring Report (2001-2006). Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #042 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA.

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043

Shihadeh, K.R. 2006. Habitat relationships and California Spotted Owls: Big Sur Ecoregion, Northern Los Padres National Forest. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #043 to U.S. Forest Service, Salinas, CA.

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044

Burnett, J. and K.J. Sorenson. 2007. Ventana Wildlife Society’s Bald Eagle and California Condor Restoration Program: 2006 Annual Report. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #044 to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Salinas, CA.

 

045
Thorngate, N., J. Scullen, and J. Olson. 2006. Avian community dynamics in the lower Carmel River watershed, 1992-2006. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #045 to Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Big Sur, CA. pdf(1.04MB)
046
Thorngate, N., J. Griffiths, and J. Scullen. 2007. Microclimate parameters associated with overwintering monarch butterfly habitats in two State Parks on the central coast of California. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #046 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Big Sur, CA. pdf (6MB)
047
Thorngate, N. 2007. Nesting Bird Surveys: Julia Pfeiffer Burns/McWay Canyon. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #047 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Ventana Wildife Society, Salinas, CA.

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048
Shihadeh, K., J. Burnett, and N. Thorngate. 2007. Presence and movements of California Condors near the proposed PPM wind resource area in King City, CA and near an existing wind resource area in Pacheco State Park, CA. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report 048 prepared for PPM Energy, Inc.  
049
Thorngate, N. 2007. Presence and movements of California Condors near proposed wind turbines. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #049 to HT Harvey and Associates, Ventana Wildife Society, Salinas, CA. pdf (1.86MB)
050
Thorngate, N. 2007. Camp Roberts Avian Monitoring Program: Monitoring Avian Abundance, Productivity and Survivorship. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #050 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA. pdf
051
Thorngate, N. 2007. Preliminary avian survey of blue oak woodlands at the CA ARNG Camp Roberts Training Facility. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #051 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA. pdf
052
Thorngate, N. 2007. Sensitive Species Report: Monitoring potential recolonization by Least Bell’s Vireo and population trends of riparian-associated songbirds at Camp Roberts California Army National Guard Training Site. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #052 to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts, Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA. pdf
053
Scullen, J. and N. Thorngate. 2007. Carmel River Lagoon Avian Monitoring Program Report. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #053 to California Department of Parks and Recreation, Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA.

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054
Thorngate N. and J. Scullen. 2007. Carmel River Avian Monitoring Program. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #054 to the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA. pdf (1.5MB)
055
Shihadeh, K. and N. Thorngate. 2007. Avian diversity and riparian focal species abundance on the Lower Carmel River, Monterey County, Ca. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #055 to the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA.

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056
Shihadeh, K. 2007. Creamery Meadow post-restoration vegetation inventory. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #056 to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA. pdf (306KB)
057
Tomassi, S., K. Sorenson, and S. Jackson. 1999. 1999 final report: Bald Eagle reintroduction and nest monitoring on the central California Coast. Technical Report #057, Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA.  
058
rnett, J., and K. Sorenson. 2001. California Condor reintroduction (part I), Bald Eagle reintroduction (part II), California Central Coast region. Technical Report #058, Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA.  
059
Sorenson, K., L. J. Burnett, J. Steffen, and S. Lucido. 2001. Bald Eagle and California Condor restoration in the California Central Coast region: 2001 final report. Technical Report #059, Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA.  
060
Frey, D., S. L. Stock, S. Stevens, J. W. Scott, and J. L. Griffiths. 2003. Monarch butterfly population dynamics in western North America – emphasis on Monterey and San Luis Obispo Counties: winter 2002-2003 report. Technical Report #060, Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA, and California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA.  
061
Griffiths, J. L., and N. Thorngate. 2008. Monarch butterfly population dynamics in Monterey County, California: winter 2007-2008. Technical Report #061 submitted to Helen I. Johnson. Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA  
062
Ventana Wildlife Society. 2008. Carmel River avian monitoring program: monitoring avian productivity and survivorship (MAPS): summer 2008. Technical Report #062 submitted to Monterey Peninsula Water Management District. Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA.  
063
Ventana Wildlife Society. 2008. Carmel River avian monitoring program: Carmel River riparian corridor point count census. Technical Report #063 submitted to Monterey Peninsula Water Management District. Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA.  
064
Ventana Wildlife Society. 2009. Update to the avian protection plan for Camp Roberts Army National Guard Training Site. Technical Report #064 submitted to California Army National Guard, Camp Roberts. Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA.  
065
Ventana Wildlife Society. 2009. Evaluating diverter effectiveness in reducing avian collisions with distribution lines at San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Complex, Merced County, California. Technical Report #065 submitted to California Energy Commission. Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA.  
066
Ventana Wildlife Society. 2009. Results of point count surveys conducted along the Carmel River, Monterey County, California in 2009 – figures and tables. Technical Report #066 submitted to Monterey Peninsula Water Management District. Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA.  
067
Ventana Wildlife Society. 2009. California Spotted Owl surveys following a wildfire in the northern Los Padres National Forest. Technical Report #067 submitted to Los Padres National Forest, Santa Maria, CA. Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA.  
068
Ventana Wildlife Society. 2009. Avian monitoring at Santa Lucia Preserve – 2009 results. Technical Report #068 submitted to Santa Lucia Conservancy, Carmel, CA. Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA.  
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Ventana Wildlife Society. 2010. Results of point count surveys conducted along the Carmel River, Monterey County, California in 2010 – tables and figures. Technical Report #069 submitted to Monterey Peninsula Water Management District, Monterey, CA. Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA.  
070
Ventana Wildlife Society. 2010. Avian monitoring at Santa Lucia Preserve – 2010 results. Technical Report #070 submitted to Santa Lucia Conservancy, Carmel, CA. Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA.  
071
Sorenson, K., and P. Young. 2010. Avian predator management project: trapping and relocation of problem avian predators at Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area in 2010. Technical Report #071 submitted to California Department of Parks and Recreation, Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area. Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA.  
072 Ventana Wildlife Society. 2010. Pre-construction bird and bat monitoring at two proposed wind energy sites in Soledad, California. Technical Report #072 submitted to City of Soledad. Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA.  
073 Sorenson, K., and P. Young. 2011. Avian predator management project: trapping and relocation of problem avian predators at Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area in 2011. Technical Report #073 submitted to California Department of Parks and Recreation, Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area. Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA.  
074 Sorenson, K., and P. Young. 2012. Avian predator management project: trapping and relocation of problem avian predators at Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area in 2012. Technical Report #074 submitted to California Department of Parks and Recreation, Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area. Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA.  
075 Stake, M. 2012. Results of point count surveys conducted along the Carmel River, Monterey County, California in 2012. Technical Report #075 submitted to Big Sur Land Trust. Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA.

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076 Ventana Wildlife Society. 2013. Avian protection plan for Camp Roberts, California Army National Guard Training Site, 2013 update. Technical Report #076 submitted to California Army National Guard. Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA.  
077 Ventana Wildlife Society. 2013. Survey of nesting seabirds and Peregrine Falcons at Point Sur State Historic Park - spring 2013. Technical Report #077 submitted to Central Coast Lighthouse Keepers and California Department of Parks and Recreation. Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA.  
078 Ventana Wildlife Society. 2013. Pre-construction bird and bat monitoring in 2012-2013 at a proposed wind energy site in Gonzales, California. Technical Report #078 submitted to Herbert Meyer Land Trust. Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA.  
079 Young, P. 2013. Avian predator management project: trapping and relocation of problem avian predators at Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area in 2013. Technical Report #079 submitted to California Department of Parks and Recreation, Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area. Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA.  
080 Stake, M. 2013. Avian predator management for the protection of California Least Terns and Western snowy Plovers at Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area in 2011-2013. Technical Report #080 submitted to California Department of Parks and Recreation, Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area. Ventana Wildlife Society, Salinas, CA.  
081

Ventana Wildlife Society. 2013. Eagle conservation plan for Camp Roberts California National Guard Training Site 2013. Ventana Wildlife Society Technical Report #081 to California National Guard, Camp Roberts, California.