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USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center
School of Forest Resources
The University of Georgia
Athens, Georgia 30602-2152
(706) 542-1227 Fax: (706) 542-1235


Parley Winger E:mail:
Kurt Bogenrieder E:mail: 
Bonnie Fancher
Mary Freeman
Peter Lasier
J. Michael Meyers
Clint Moore E:mail: 
John Seginak
Paul Sykes

Projects (by title and investigator):

Predicting and monitoring the persistence of imperiled stream fishes: Freeman

Effects of Disturbance and Predation on American Oystercatchers (Haematopus palliatus) During the Breeding Season, Cumberland Island National Seashore, Georgia, 2003 and 2004: Meyers  

Effects of Nest Zone Management on Bald Eagle Reproductive Success in Florida: feasibility study, Meyers  

Habitat and breeding densities of a Swainson’s Warbler source population, Bond Swamp National Wildlife Refuge: Meyers  

Painted Bunting status in the southeastern United States: Meyers  

Spatial ecology and habitat use the eastern indigo snake in Georgia: Meyers

Adaptive management of releases to the Florida whooping crane population: Moore

Adaptive management research and applications: Moore

Inventory and monitoring in support of management for rare communities, and protocol and database development for endangered species: Moore

Modeling and statewide adaptive harvest management of American alligator populations in Florida: Moore

Statistical modeling and applications development in the study of natural systems: Moore

Annual Survival in the Southeastern Coastal Popluation of the Painted Bunting: Sykes, Kendall, Meyers

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