Publications and Awards

Awards

  • DoD Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program: Project Of The Year 1999
  • 2000 Partners in Flight National Conservation Award

Published Materials

  • Seegar, W.S., M.A. Yates, G.E. Doney, J.P. Jenny, T.C.M. Seegar, C. Perkins, M. Giovanni. 2015. Migrating Tundra Peregrine Falcons accumulate polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons along Gulf of Mexico following Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Ecotoxicology 24(5): 1102-1111 PDF
  • Yates, Michael A., Mark R. Fuller, Charles J. Henny, William S. Seegar, & Jaqueline Garcia. 2010. Wintering area DDE source to migratory white-faced ibis revealed by satellite telemetry and prey sampling. Ecotoxicology 19: 153-162.PDF
  • Johnson, J.A., S.L. Talbot, G.K. Sage, K.K. Burnham, J.W. Brown, T.L. Maechtle, W.S. Seegar, M.A. Yates, B. Anderson, D.P. Mindell.  2010.  The Use of Genetics for the Management of a Recovering Population: Temporal Assessment of Migratory Peregrine Falcons in North America. PLoS ONE 5(11): e14042. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0014042.PDF
  • Henny, Charles J., Michael A. Yates and William S. Seegar. 2009. Dramatic declines of DDE and other organochlorines in spring migrant peregrine falcons from Padre Island, Texas, 1978–2004. J. Raptor Res. 43(1):37–42.PDF
  • McGrady, M.J., G.S. Young, and W.S. Seegar. 2006. Migration of a Peregrine Falcon (Falco peregrinus) over water in the vicinity of a hurricane. Ring Mig 23:80-84.PDF
  • Ganusevich, Sergei A., Maechtle Thomas L. , Seegar William S. , Yates Michael A. , McGrady Michael J. , Fuller Mark , Schueck Linda , Dayton B. James , & Henny, Charles J. . 2004. Autumn migration and wintering areas of Peregrine Falcons (Falco peregrinus) nesting on the Kola Peninsula, northern Russia. Ibis 146: 291–297.PDF
  • Seegar, W.S., M. Yates, and T. Maechtle. Research and Monitoring of Migratory Peregrines. in Return of the Peregrine 2003. T.J. Cade and W. Burnham, eds. The Peregrine Fund, Boise, Idaho.PDF
  • Yates, M. and T. Maechtle. 2003 essays in Mattox, W.G. 2003. The Greenland Peregrine Falcon Survey. pp. 199-211 in Return of the Peregrine. T.J. Cade and W. Burnham, eds. The Peregrine Fund, Boise, ID.PDF
  • Haines, A.M., McGrady, M.J., Martell, M.S., Dayton, B.J., Henke, M.B., Seegar, W.S. 2003. Migration Routes and Wintering Locations of Broad-Winged Hawks Tracked by Satellite Telemetry. Wilson Bulletin, 115(2), pp166-169.PDF
  • Shannon, H.D., G.S. Young, M.A. Yates, M.R. Fuller, and W.S. Seegar. 2002a. Measurements of thermal intensity over complex terrain using American white pelicans and a simple boundary layer forecast model. Boundary Layer Meteorology 104: 167-199.PDF
  • Shannon, H.D., G.S. Young, M.A. Yates, M.R. Fuller, and W.S. Seegar. 2002b.  American white pelican soaring flight times and altitudes relative to changes in thermal depth and intensity. Condor 104:679-683.PDF
  • Seegar, W.S., M.R. Fuller, M.A. Yates, M. Frankel, L. Schueck, T.L. Maechtle, B.J. Dayton, and M.B. Henke. 2001. Satellite telemetry for international conservation, health, and education. pp. 49-59 in Wings over Africa. Y. Leshem, A. Froneman, P.Mundy, and H. Shamir, eds. Proc. of the International Seminar on Bird Migration: Research, conservation, education and flight safety. Israel, April 2001. Tel Aviv Univ.
  • Henny, C. J., W. S. Seegar, M. A. Yates, T. L. Maechtle, S. A. Ganusevich, and M. R. Fuller. 2000. Contaminants and Wintering Areas of Peregrine Falcons, Falco peregrinus, from the Kola Peninsula, Russia. in Chancellor, R.D. and B.U. Meyburg, eds. 2000. Raptors at Risk. pp. 871-878.PDF
  • Pennycuick, C.J., Bradbury, T.A.M., Einarsson, Ó. and Owen, M. 1999. Response to weather and light conditions of migrating Whooper Swans (Cygnus cygnus) and flying height profiles, observed with the Argos satellite system. Ibis.
  • Pennycuick, C.J. 1999. Measuring birds’ wings for flight performance calculations. Boundary Layer Publications, Bristol.
  • Yates, Mike. 1999a. Satellite and Conventional Telemetry Study of American White pelicans in Northern Nevada. Great Basin Birds 2: 4-9.PDF
  • Yates, Mike. 1999b. Walker Lake Satellite Telemetry Common Loon Study. Great Basin Birds 2:68-69.PDF
  • Fuller, M.R., Seegar, W.S., Schueck, L.S., 1998, Routes and travel rates of migrating Peregrine Falcons Falco peregrinus and Swainson’s Hawk Buteo swainsoni in the Western Hemisphere: Journal of Avian Biology, v. 29, p. 433-440.PDF
  • Maechtle, T.L. 1998. “The Aba: a Device for Restraining Raptors and Other Large Birds.” Journal of Field Ornithology 69:66-70.
  • Pennycuick, C.J. 1998. Field observations of thermals and thermal streets, and the theory of cross-country soaring flight. J. Avian Biology 29, 33-43.
  • Pennycuick, C.J. 1998. Computer simulation of fat and muscle burn in long-distance bird migration. Journal of Theoretical Biology 191, 47-61.Pennycuick, C.J. 1998. Towards an optimal strategy for bird flight research. Journal of Avian Biology 30.
  • Taft, S.J., R.N. Rosenfield, W.S. Seegar and T.L. Maechtle. 1998. “Paucity of hematozoa in Peregrine Falcons (Falco peregrinus) in West Greenland and Coastal Texas.” Journal of the Helminthological Society of Washington 65:111-113.
  • Marzluff, J.M.., B.A. Kimsey, L.A. Schueck, M.E. McFadzen, M.S. Vekesy, J.C. Bednarz. 1997.  The Influence of Habitat, Prey, Abundance, Sex, and Breeding Success on the Ranging Behavior of Prairie Falcons. The Condor, 99:567-584
  • Marzluff,, J.M., S.T. Knick, L.S. Schueck, T.J. Zarriello . 1997. Spatial Use and Habitat Selection of Golden Eagles in Southwestern Idaho. The Auk 114(4): 673-687
  • Pennycuick, C.J., Alerstam, T. and Hedenström, A. 1997. A new wind tunnel for bird flight experiments at Lund University, Sweden. Journal of Experimental Biology 200, 1441-1449.
  • Pennycuick, C.J. 1997. Actual and “optimum” flight speeds: field data reassessed. J. Experimental Biology 200, 2355-2361.
  • Henny, C.J., W.S. Seegar and T.L. Maechtle. 1996. “DDE Decreases in Plasma of Spring Migrant Peregrine Falcons, 1978-94.” Journal of Wildlife Management 0:342-349
  • Seegar, W.S., P.N. Cutchis, M.R. Fuller, J.J. Suter, V. Bhatnager, and J.S. Wall. 1996. “Fifteen Years of Satellite Tracking Development and Application to Wildlife Research and Conservation.” John Hopkins APL Technical Digest. 17:305-315.
  • Pennycuick, C.J. 1996. Stress and strain in the flight muscles as constraints on the evolution of flying animals. Journal of Biomechanics 29, 577-581.
  • Pennycuick, C.J. 1996. Wingbeat frequency of birds in steady cruising flight: New data and improved predictions. Journal of Experimental Biology 199, 1613-1618.
  • Pennycuick, C.J., Einarsson, O., Bradbury, T.A.M. and Owen, M. 1996. Migrating whooper swans (Cygnus cygnus): satellite tracks and flight performance calculations. Journal of Avian Biology 27, 118-134.
  • Pennycuick, C.J., Klaassen, M., Kvist, A. and Lindström, Å. 1996. Wingbeat frequency and the body drag anomaly: wind tunnel observations on a Thrush Nightingale (Luscinia luscinia) and a Teal (Anas crecca). Journal of Experimental Biology, 199, 2757-2765.
  • Fuller, M.R., W.S. Seegar, and P. Howey. 1995. “The Use of Satellite Systems for the Study of Bird Migration.” Israel J. Zool. 41:243-252.
  • Fuller, M.R., W.S. Seegar, J.M. Marzluff, and B.A. Hoover. 1995. “Raptors, Technological Tools, and Conservation.” Transcripts of 60th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, pp. 131-141.
  • Buehler, D.A., J.D. Fraser, M.R. Fuller, L.S. McAllister, and J.K.A. Seegar. 1995. “Captive and Field-tested Radio Transmitter Attachments for Bald Eagles.” J. Field Ornith; 66:173-180.
  • Samuel, M.D. and M.R. Fuller. 1994. “Wildlife Radio Telemetry.” Pages 370-418 in T.A. Bookout, ed. “Research and Management Techniques for Wildlife and Habitats.” Fifth ed. The Wildlife Society, Bethesda, Md.
  • Rosenfeld, R.N., J.W. Schneider, J.M. Papp, and W.S. Seegar. 1995. Prey of Peregrine Falcons Breeding in West Greenland.” The Condor 97:763-770
  • Pennycuick, C.J. 1995. The use and misuse of mathematical flight models. Israel Journal of Zoology 41, 307-319.
  • Klugman, S.S., M.R. Fuller, P.W. Howey, M.A. Yates, J.J. Oar, J.M. Seegar, W.S. Seegar, W.G. Mattox & T.L. Maechtle. 1993. Use of satellite telemetry for study of a gyrfalcon in Greenland. Journal of Raptor Research 27: 75–76
  • Titus, K., F.P. Ward W.S. Seegar, M.A. Yates, and M.R. Fuller. 1988. The Influence of Local Weather on Autumn Migration of Peregrine Falcons at Assateague Island. pp. 517-525 in Peregrine Falcon Populations: Their Management and Recovery. T.J. Cade, J.H. Enderson, C.G. Thelander, and C.M. White, eds. The Peregrine Fund, Inc., Boise, ID.PDF
  • Ward, F.P., K. Titus, W.S. Seegar, M.A. Yates, and M.R. Fuller. 1988. Autumn Migrations of Peregrine Falcons at Assateague Island, Maryland/Virginia, 1974-1984. pp. 485-495 in Peregrine Falcon Populations: Their Management and Recovery. T.J. Cade, J.H. Enderson, C.G. Thelander, and C.M. White, eds. The Peregrine Fund, Inc., Boise, ID.PDF
  • Yates, M.A., K.E. Riddle, and F.P. Ward. 1988. Recoveries of Peregrine Falcons migrating through the eastern and central United States, 1955-1985. pp. 471-483 in Peregrine Falcon Populations: Their Management and Recovery. T.J. Cade, J.H. Enderson, C.G. Thelander, and C.M. White, eds. The Peregrine Fund, Inc., Boise, ID.PDF

Technical Reports

  • Ward, F.P., W.S. Seegar, M.A. Yates, B.J. Dayton. 1970-2016. Peregrine Falcon Migration Studies at Assateague Island, MD/VA. Unpublished yearly reports to USFWS, NPS, MD Dept. of Natural Resources, VA Dept. of Game and Inland Fisheries.
  • Riddle, K., F. P. Ward, D. Morizot, T. Maechtle, W. Seegar, M. Yates, G. Doney. 1977-2016. Peregrine Falcon Migration Studies at Padre Island, Texas. Unpublished yearly reports submitted to USFWS, Reg. 2 & 5 and Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
  • Yates, M.A., M.R. Fuller, D. Evers, J. Paruk and K. Kenow.  2005. Migrant Common Loons at Walker Lake, Nevada: Characterization of Range, Source(s) and Effects of Mercury Contamination and Loss of Fishery. Final report to USFWS, Reno, NV.
  • Yates, M.A. 2005. DDT Contamination of Migrating Birds Using White-faced Ibis as an Indicator Species. Final report to Department of Defense Legacy Resource Management Program, Washington, D.C.
  • Yates, M.A. 2004. Sage Grouse Movements from Satellite Telemetry. Final report to BLM (Elko, NV) and USGS (Boise, ID)
  • Yates, M.A. 2004. Material for Assessing Golden Eagle Status. Report to DOI, USGS-FRESC Snake River Field Station 970 Lusk Street, Boise, ID 83706
  • Post Breeding Movements of Ferruginous hawks through Western North America. Linda Schueck, Thomas L. Maechtle, Mark R. Fuller and Kirk K. Bates, U.S.G.S., F.R.E.S.C. Snake River Field Station/ Raptor Research Center, Boise State University, Boise, ID. William S. Seegar, Department of Army, Edgewood, MD. Johanna M. Ward, Dept. of Fisheries and Wildlife, Utah State Univ., Logan, UT.
  • Getting Around: Movements In and From the Great Basin. Yates, M.A. Schueck, L.S. Fuller, M.R. Bates, K.K. Maechtle, T.L. Seegar, W.S. Shannon, H. Young, G. Analyzing Satellite-received Location Data: Considerations and Cautions Part I. Systematic and Measurement Error
  • Analyzing Satellite-received Location Data: Considerations and Cautions Part II. Duty cycles – how they may affect data acquisition and analyses Linda S. Schueck, Mark R. Fuller, Raptor Research Center, Boise State University, and U.S.G.S, Snake River Field Station, Boise, ID. Thomas J. Zarriello, U.S.G.S, Snake River Field Station, Boise, ID. William S. Seegar, Department of Army, and Center for Conservation Research and Technology, University of Maryland Baltimore County, MD.
  • Migration Study with the Argos Satellite System. Fuller, M., U.S.G.S. Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center, and Raptor Research Center of Boise State University
  • Final Legacy Project Report, “Legacy Demonstration of Technologies and Methodologies Relevant to Military Natural Resources Conservation,” November 1998.
  • Pennycuick, C.J. 1999. Measuring birds’ wings for flight performance calculations. Boundary Layer Publications, Bristol.
  • McGrady, M., W. Seegar, M. Fuller, R. Whitney, L. Schueck, T. Maechtle, B.J. Dayton. 1998. A Study of the Golden Eagle in Mexico. Final Report to Proyecto ARA  A.C.
  • Shannon, H. D., W. S. Seegar, G. S. Young, C. J. Pennycuick, M. R. Fuller, M. A. Yates, B. J. Dayton, M. B. Henke, M. A. Bramer, T. Maechtle and L. Schueck, 1998: Bird flight forecast and information system. Minutes of the 28th Meeting of Bird Strike Committee Canada, 9-10 June, 1998. 5 pp.
  • Yates, M.A. 2001. Golden Eagle Information from Selected Western States. Report to DOI, USGS-FRESC Snake River Field Station 970 Lusk Street, Boise, ID 83706
  • SERDP In-Progress-Reviews (1995, 1996, 1997, 1998), William S. Seegar.
  • Interim SERDP Project Report, submitted in draft form to SERDP 4/97.
  • SERDP Final Report November 1998
  • Interim Legacy Project Report, submitted to the Legacy Program Office, 3/97.
  • Resource Managers’ Technical Review (2000), 64 page documentary of the SERDP and Legacy projects and the formation of CCRT.

Oral Presentations At Professional Wildlife Organizational Meetings

  • Yates, M.A., W.S. Seegar, T.L. Maechtle, G.E. Doney. 2014. Long-term standardized studies of migrating Tundra Peregrine Falcons (Falco peregrinus tundrius) on the East and Gulf Coasts of the U.S. Raptor Research Foundation Annual Conference, Corpu Christi, TX
  • Maechtle, T.L., W.S. Seegar, M.A. Yates, J.P. Jenny, G.E. Doney. 2014. Migrating Tundra Peregrine Falcons (Falco peregrinus tundrius) accumulate polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons along the Gulf of Mexico following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Raptor Research Foundation Annual Conference, Corpu Christi, TX
  • Eggert, L., D. Evers, P. Jodice, D. Meattey, I. Stenhouse, M. Yates. 2012. Non-breeding season movements and distribution of Brown Pelicans from the southeastern U.S. using satellite-derived data. 5th North American Ornithological Conference, Vancouver, B.C., August 2012
  • Yates, M. 2011. Four Decades of Studies on Migrating Arctic Peregrines. Scientific conference at Third International Festival of Falconry, Al Ain, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
  • Yates, M.A., M.R. Fuller, C.J. Henny, W.S. Seegar, & J. Garcia. 2006. Determining remote sources of contaminants in a local white-faced ibis population. Proceedings of the North American Ornithological Conference, Veracruz, Mexico
  • Bates, K.K., M. Yates, and M.R.Fuller. 2003. Using the argos satellite system to predict flight altitudes, locate contaminant sources, and rapidly confirm mortality. Proceedings of the Argos Animal Tracking Symposium, 24-26 March, 2003.
  • Seegar, W.S., M.R. Fuller, M.A. Yates, M. Frankel, L. Schueck, T.L. Maechtle, B.J. Dayton, and M.B. Henke. 2001. Satellite telemetry for international conservation, health, and education. pp. 49-59 in Wings over Africa. Y. Leshem, A. Froneman, P.Mundy, and H. Shamir, eds. Proceedings of the International Seminar on Bird Migration: Research, conservation, education and flight safety. Israel, April 2001. Tel Aviv Univ
  • Shannon, H.D., W.S. Seegar, G.S. Young, M.R. Fuller, M.A. Yates, and M.B. Henke. 1999. Bird flight information and forecast system. pp. 85-90 In Y. Leshem, Y. Mandelik, and J. Shamoun-Baranes, eds.  Proc. of the International Seminar on Birds and Flight Safety in the Middle East, Israel, April 1999. Tel Aviv Univ.
  • 2000. Presentation on Wildlife Biotelemetry to Yellowstone National Park.
  • 2000. Presentation on Wildlife Biotelemetry to the Turner Foundation
  • 2000. Presentation on Wildlife Biotelemetry to the Wyoming State Chapter of the Wildlife Society
  • 2000. Briefing to Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Environmental Security), December.
  • 2000. Migration Study with the Argos Satellite System. Raptors 2000: Joint meeting of the Raptor Research Foundation and the World Working Group on Birds of Prey, 2-8 April, Eilat, Israel.
  • 2000. Analyzing Satellite-received Location Data: Considerations and Cautions. Part I. Systematic and Measurement Error. Raptors 2000: Joint meeting of the Raptor Research Foundation and the World Working Group on Birds of Prey, 2-8 April, Eilat, Israel.
  • 2000. Analyzing Satellite-received Location Data: Considerations and Cautions. Part II. Duty Cycles–How They May Affect Data Acquisition and Analyses. Raptors 2000: Joint meeting of the Raptor Research Foundation and the World Working Group on Birds of Prey, 2-8 April, Eilat, Israel.
  • 2000. Raptor Migration from Above. Hawk Migration Association of North America 25th Anniversary Conference, 8-11 June, Lake Harmony, Pennsylvania.
  • 2000. Understanding and Using Satellite Telemetry to Study Migrants. Hawk Migration Association of North America 25th Anniversary Conference, 8-11 June, Lake Harmony, Pennsylvania.
  • 1999. Bird Flight Forecasting. International Conference in Biotelemetry. Juneau, AK.
  • 1999. Issues in using satellite-received location data and geographic information systems to interpret broad-scale bird movements. Wildlife Society Meeting, 4-11 September, Austin TX.
  • 1998. Movements of ferruginous hawks through western North America. Cooper Ornithological Meeting, 29 March – 3 April, Portland, Oregon.
  • 1998. Movements of American white pelicans through the western United States. Cooper Ornithological Meeting, 29 March – 3 April, Portland, Oregon.
  • 1998. Movements of American white pelicans from Nevada through the western United States and Mexico. Idaho Academy of Science Annual Meeting. 2-4 April. Boise, Idaho.
  • Shannon, H. D., W. S. Seegar, G. S. Young, C. J. Pennycuick, M. R. Fuller, M. A. Yates, B. J. Dayton, M. B. Henke, M. A. Bramer, T. Maechtle and L. Schueck, 1998: Bird flight forecast and information system. Minutes of the 28th Meeting of Bird Strike Committee Canada, 9-10 June, 1998. 5 pp.
  • 1998. Movements of American White Pelicans from Nevada through the Western United States. Fuller, M.R., M.A. Yates, L. Schueck, K. Bates, W.S. Seegar, W. Henry, H. Shannon and G. Young. Presented at: The Wetland Connectivity and Waterbird Conservation in the Western Great Basin, 18-19 February, 1998, Bend, OR, USA.
  • 1998. Development and Application of Satellite-based Tracking System for Neotropical Migratory Birds and Its Results in Conservation Science. Seegar, W.S., M.R. Fuller, M.B. Henke. DoD Partners In Flight Working Group Meeting, March 1998
  • 1998. Development and Demonstration of Advanced Satellite Tracking and Monitoring System to Enhance Military Readiness. Seegar, W.S., M.R. Fuller, M.B. Henke. National Defense Industrial Association Environmental Symposium, Tampa, FL, April 1998.
  • 1998. Movements of Ferruginous Hawks Through Western North America. Schueck, L., T.  Maechtle, M. Fuller, K. Bates, W. Seegar, and J. Ward. Presented at : The 40th Annual Meeting of the Idaho Academy of Science, 2-4 April 1998, Boise, ID, USA.
  • 1997. Some Effects of Radio Marking on Birds. Fuller, M. R. and K. Bates. Forum on Wildlife Telemetry, 21-23 September 1997, Snowmass, CO.
  • 1997. Optimal Travel Routes of a Soaring Buteo and a Flapping Falco. Fuller, M.R., W.S. Seegar, L.  Schueck . Presented at: Optimal Migration, 5-9 November 1997, Lund, Sweden.
  • 1997. Advanced Biotelemetry Technology Will Enhance Resource Management and Military Readiness on Military Lands. Seegar, W.S., M.R. Fuller, M.B. Henke, American Defense Preparedness Association Environmental Symposium, New Orleans, LA, April 1997.
  • 1997. New and Advanced Satellite Tracking System Will Contribute to Natural Resources Conservation and Management. Seegar, W.S. M.R. Fuller, M.B. Henke, National Association of Environmental Professionals Conference, Orlando, FL, May 1997
  • 1997. Military Conservation Technologies of Potential Interest to the Tropical Test Center in Panama. Seegar, W.S., M.R. Fuller, M.B. Henke, Military Technologies Workshop, Panama City, Panama, July 1997.
  • 1997. Advanced Satellite Tracking System will Contribute to Natural Resources Conservation and Management. Seegar, W.S., M.R. Fuller, M.B. Henke, Forum on Wildlife Telemetry, 21-23 September 1997, Snowmass, CO.

Poster Presentations At Professional Wildlife Symposiums

  • Perkins, C., A. Provatas, W. Seegar, M. Yates, D. Evers, and P. Jenny. 2011. Analysis of PAHs 9500 from MC-252 in whole blood and RBCs from live-captured birds using ultra performance liquid chromatography (UPLC): Method development and assessment.  SETAC North America 32nd Annual Meeting in Boston, MA., Nov. 15, 2011. Abstract
  • Dusek, R.J., E.K. Hofmeister, W.S. Seegar, M.A. Yates, T.L. Maechtle, and B.J. Dayton. 2005. Prevalence of West Nile Virus in peregrine falcons. Proceedings of Raptor Research Foundation annual meeting, Green Bay, WI.
  • Yates, Seegar & Fuller. 1999. Getting around: movements in and from the Great Basin. Great Basin Biological Research Conference at the University of Nevada, Reno, 14-15 October.
  • Fuller, Schuek, Seegar & Maechtle. 1999. Use of GIS, Remote Sensing, and Radio Telemetry in the Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area. Symposium of Technology in the Wildlife Profession: Research, Application, and Education
  • Fuller, Schuek, Seegar & Maechtle. 1999. Use of GIS, Remote Sensing, and Radio Telemetry in the Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area. Applications of Geospatial Technology to Biological Sciences: A Symposium.
  • Klaus, C., L. Schueck, W. S. Seegar, M. Fuller. An ArcView Graphic User Interface for the Display and Analysis of Satellite Telemetry Data. 1998. Dedicated Poster Session: Integrating GIS, Remote Sensing, and Radio-telemetry Technologies in Wildlife Research and Management. The Wildlife Society 4th Annual Conference, 21-27 September 1998, Snowmass, CO.Seegar, W.S. 1995, 1996, 1997. Advanced Biotelemetry for Resource Management. SERDP Symposium poster presentations
  • Seegar,W.S., M.R. Fuller, M.B. Henke. 1997. Advanced Satellite Biotelemetry Capability Poised to Improve Resource Management on Military and Non-Military Lands to Contribute Toward Sustainable Development. De Lange/Woodlands Conference on Sustainable Development: Managing the Transition, Houston, TX, March 1997.

Publications In The Works

  • Yates, M.A., T.L. Maechtle, W.S. Seegar, B.J. Dayton, M.J. McGrady, M.R. Fuller, and L. Schueck. Timing of migration and location of wintering areas of Nearctic Peregrine Falcons.
  • Seegar, W.S., Yates, M.A., Maechtle, T.L., Gould, W.R., Fuller, M.R., and L. Schueck. Population Trends of Peregrine Falcons Migrating Through the Eastern and Central United States.