Recent Publications by The Peregrine Fund

This is a partial list of publications, both peer-reviewed and popular, that have been published by staff, students, and grantees.


  • Gaston, K.J., D.T.C. Cox, S.B. Canavelli, D. Garcia, B. Hughes, B. Maas, D. Martinez, D. Ogada, and R. Inger. 2018. Population Abundance and Ecosystem Service Provision: The Case of Birds . BioScience Volume 68, Issue 4. DOI:10.1093/biosci/biy005
  • Hayes, C.D., T. Hayes, C. McClure, M. Quiroga, R. Thorstrom, and D. Anderson. 2018. Native parasitic nest fly impacts reproductive success of an island‐endemic host. Animal Conservation. DOI:10.1111/acv.12449
  • Leavell, B.C., J. Rubin, C. McClure, A. Miner, A. Branham, and J.R. Barber. 2018. Fireflies thwart bat attack with multisensory warnings. Science Advances Vol. 4, no. 8. DOI:10.1126/sciadv.aat6601
  • Margalida, A. and D. Ogada. 2018. Old World Vultures in a Changing Environment. Pages 457-471 in Birds of prey: biology and conservation in the XXI century, Eds. José Hernán Sarasola, Juan Manuel Grande & Juan José Negro. Springer, New York, Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London. DOI:10.1007/978-3-319-73745-4_19
  • McClure, C., L. Martinson, and T.D. Allison. 2018. Automated monitoring for birds in flight: Proof of concept with eagles at a wind power facility. Biological Conservation Volume 224 Pages 26-33. DOI:10.1016/j.biocon.2018.04.041
  • McClure, C., J.R.S. Westrip, J.A. Johnson, S. Schulwitz, M. Virani, R. Davies, A. Symes, H. Wheatley, R. Thorstrom, A. Amar, R. Buij, V.R. Jones, N.P. Williams, E. Buechley, and S.H.M. Butchart. 2018. State of the world's raptors: Distributions, threats, and conservation recommendations. Biological Conservation. DOI:10.1016/j.biocon.2018.08.012
  • Mendez, D., S. Marsden, and H. Lloyd. 2018. Assessing population size and structure for Andean Condor Vultur gryphus in Bolivia using a photographic ‘capture‐recapture’ method. Ibis. DOI:10.1111/ibi.12681
  • Ogada, D. 2018. Insights Into the Natural History of the Little Known Maned Rat Lophiomys imhausi through Examination of Owl Pellets and Prey Remains . Journal of East African Natural History 107(1):1-7. DOI:10.2982/028.107.0101
  • Rubin, J., C.A. Hamilton, C. McClure, B.A. Chadwell, A.Y. Kawahara, and J.R. Barber. 2018. The evolution of anti-bat sensory illusions in moths. Science Advances Vol. 4, no. 7. DOI:10.1126/sciadv.aar7428
  • Schulwitz, S., P.A. Castano, P.A. Mosquera, M. Chugcho, K.J. Campbell, and J.A. Johnson. 2018. Floreana Island re-colonization potential of the Galápagos short-eared owl (Asio flammeus galapagoensis) . Conservation Genetics Volume 19, Issue 1, pp 193–205. DOI:10.1007/s10592-017-1007-x
  • Schulwitz, S., P. Spurling, T.S. Davis, and C. McClure. 2018. Webcams as an untapped opportunity to conduct citizen science: Six years of the American Kestrel Partnership's KestrelCam. Global Ecology and Conservation Volume 15. DOI:10.1016/j.gecco.2018.e00434
  • Specht, A.J., C.N. Parish, E.K. Wallens, R.T. Watson, L.H. Nie, and M.G. Weisskopf. 2018. Feasibility of a portable X-ray fluorescence device for bone lead measurements of condor bones. Science of the Total Environment Volume 615, Pages 398-403. DOI:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.09.123
  • Watson, R.T. 2018. Raptor conservation in practice. Pages 473 - 498 in Birds of prey: biology and conservation in the XXI century, Eds. José Hernán Sarasola, Juan Manuel Grande & Juan José Negro. Springer, New York, Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London. DOI:10.1007/978-3-319-73745-4_20
  • Watson, R.T. 2018. Wildlife Careers: Nonprofit Organizations. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. DOI:10.1002/jwmg.21426
  • Watson, R.T., P.S. Kolar, M. Ferrer, T. Torgeir, N. Naira, W.G. Hunt, H.A. Smit-Robinson, C.J. Farmer, M.H. Huso, and T. Katzner. 2018. Raptor Interactions With Wind Energy: Case Studies From Around the World. Journal of Raptor Research 52(1):1-18. DOI:10.3356/JRR-16-100.1
























Additional Publications Information

For complete lists of research papers and other publications from The Peregrine Fund, visit the Global Raptor Information Network (GRIN).

Research papers listed in the left column that do not link to a downloadable PDF can be obtained by sending a request to

Conference Proceedings

In addition to the individual papers listed in the left column, The Peregrine Fund has published the complete proceedings of these conferences in book form:


Cade, T.J., and C.M. Blount. 2018. Tom Cade: A Life in Science and Conservation. The Peregrine Fund, Boise, ID

Cade, T. J., and W. Burnham. 2003. Return of the peregrine: a North American saga of tenacity and teamwork. The Peregrine Fund, Boise, ID.

D.L. Anderson, C.J.W. McClure, and A. Franke, editors. 2017. Applied raptor ecology: essentials from Gyrfalcon research. The Peregrine Fund, Boise, Idaho, USA.


Sherrod, S.K., W.R. Heinrich, W.A. Burnham, J.H. Barclay, and T.J. Cade.1987. Hacking: a method for releasing peregrine falcons and other birds of prey. The Peregrine Fund. Boise, ID.

Weaver, J.D. and T.J. Cade (eds.). 1991. Falcon propagation, a manual on captive breeding. The Peregrine Fund. Boise, ID.

Cade TJ; Enderson JH; Linthicum J. 1996. Guide to management of Peregrine Falcons at the eyrie.The Peregrine Fund. Boise, ID.

Marti, C.D. 2002. Enhancing raptor populations, a techniques manual. The Peregrine Fund. Boise, ID.