Telephone: 301 497-5622
Fax: 301 497-5826
|Areas of Expertise/Interest: Wetland Ecology; Habitat Creation, Restoration, and Enhancement; Waterfowl Ecology and Management|
Completed forty years of employment at Patuxent in October 2011 and retired in December 2011.
Online Web Products:
Atlantic Seaduck Project
Perry, M. C., G. H. Olsen, R. A. Richards, and P. C. Osenton. 2013. Predation on Dovekies by Goosefish over deep water in the Northwest Atlantic Ocean. Northeastern Naturalist 20(1):148-154. abstract
Perry, M. C. 2012. Foraging behavior of long-tailed ducks in a ferry wake. Northeastern Naturalist 19(1):135-139. abstract
Baldwin, A. H., P. J. Kangas, J. P. Megonigal, M. C. Perry, and D. J. Whigham. 2012. Coastal wetlands of Chesapeake Bay. Pages 29-43 in D.P. Batzer and A.H. Baldwin, editors. Wetland Habitats of North America : Ecology and Conservation Concerns. University of California Press, Berkeley. xiii, 389 pp. book info
Perry, M. C., and E. H. Bucher, editors. 2011. Abstract Proceedings. Satellite telemetry workshop: Birds in Argentina and other areas of South America, Puerto Iguzu, Argentina. (English and Spanish). June 14-15, 2011. 43 pp.
Perry, M. C. and R. M. Alison. 2010. Population demographics and breeding ecology of the Long-tailed Duck (Clangula hyemalis) in the Churchill, Manitoba area. Pages 88-91 in Linda Chow and Kelly McKay, editors. Hudson Bay Region Research. Aboriginal Issues Press, Winnipeg, Manitoba. xix, 355 pp.
Olsen, G. H., S. Ford, M. C. Perry, and A. M. Wells-Berlin. 2010. The use of Emeraid Exotic Carnivore Diet improves postsurgical recovery and survival of long-tailed ducks. Journal of Exotic Pet Medicine 19(2):165-168. abstract
White, T. P., R. R. Veit, and M. C. Perry. 2009. Feeding ecology of Long-tailed Ducks Clangula hyemalis wintering on the Nantucket Shoals. Waterbirds 32(2):293-299. abstract
Beyer, W. N., M. C. Perry, and P. C. Osenton. 2008. Sediment ingestion rates in waterfowl (Anatidae) and their use in environmental risk assessment. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 4(2):246-251. abstract
Perry, M. C. 2008. The evolution of wildlife conservation: The science that supported the conservation movement. INformation (Spring):8-11. Full text.
Perry, M. C. 2007. Changes in food and habitats of waterbirds. Pages 60-63 in S. W. Phillips, editor. Synthesis of U.S. Geological Survey science for the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem and implications for environmental management. U.S. Geological Survey Circular 1316. 63 pp. Full text, this paper. whole document
Perry, M. C., A. M. Wells-Berlin, D. M. Kidwell, and P. C. Osenton. 2007. Temporal changes of populations and trophic relationships of wintering diving ducks in Chesapeake Bay . Pages 4-16 in R. Michael Erwin, Bryan D. Watts, G. Michael Haramis, Matthew C. Perry, and Keith A. Hobson, editors. Waterbirds of the Chesapeake Bay and Vicinity: Harbingers of Change? Waterbirds 30(Special Publication 1). 182 pp. Full text
Franson, J. C., D. J. Hoffman, A. Wells-Berlin, M. C. Perry, V. Shearn-Bochsler, D. L. Finley, P. L. Flint, and T. Hollmén. 2007. Effects of dietary selenium on tissue concentrations, pathology, oxidative stress, and immune function in common eiders (Somateria mollissima). Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part A 70(10):861-874. web link
Coon, N. C. and M. C. Perry. 2007. Our respects: Lucille F. Stickel, 1915–2007. Journal of Wildlife Management 71(8):2827-2828. [PDF]
Perry, M. C., D. M. Kidwell, A. M. Wells, E. J. R. Lohnes, P. C. Osenton, and S. H. Altmann. 2006. Characterization of breeding habitats for black and surf scoters in the eastern boreal forest and subarctic regions of Canada. Pages 80-89 in Alan Hanson, Joseph Kerekes, and Julie Paquet, editors. Limnology and Waterbirds 2003. The 4th Conference of the Aquatic Birds Working Group of the Societas Internationalis Limnologiae (SIL). Canadian Wildlife Service Technical Report No. 474. xii + 202 pp. [PDF]
Perry, M. C. (editor). 2002. Black ducks and their Chesapeake Bay habitats: proceedings of a symposium. Information and technology report 2002-0005 U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, Va. vii, 44 pp.
Perry, M. C., P. C. Osenton, and C. S. Stoll. 2001. Biological diversity of created forested wetlands in comparison to reference forested wetlands in the Bay watershed. Pages 261-268 in Glenn D. Therres, editor. Conservation of Biological Diversity: A Key to the Restoration of Chesapeake Bay Ecosystem and Beyond. Conference Proceedings. Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Annapolis, MD. 344 pp. [PDF]
Perry, M. C., A. S. Deller, and A. M. Farrand. 2000. Effects of two long-term mowing regimes on vegetation. Pages 249-252 in Proceedings of the Second Eastern Native Grass Symposium held in Baltimore, Maryland, November 17-19, 1999. Agricultural Research Service, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Baltimore, MD. 360 pp.
Perry, M. C., P. C. Osenton, G. A. Gough, and E. J. R. Lohnes. 2000. Establishment of warm season grasses with and without the use of compost soil amendments. Pages 244-248 in Proceedings of the Second Eastern Native Grass Symposium held in Baltimore, Maryland, November 17-19. Agricultural Research Service, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Beltsville, Md. 360 pp.
Perry, M. C., B. Bauman, G. A. Gough, and E. J. R. Lohnes. 2000. Use of contour maps of water depths to predict flora and fauna abundance in moist soil management. Wetland Journal. 12(2):10-13.
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