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Some Sage Grouse Manuscripts and Master Theses
American Lands Alliance, January 1999

Sage Grouse Manuscripts

  • Barnett, J.F., and J.A. Crawford. 1994. Pre-laying nutrition of sage grouse hens in Oregon. J. Range Management 47:114-118.
  • Braun, C.E. 1991. Geographic variation among sage grouse in Colorado. Wilson Bull. 103:255-261
  • Connelly, J.W. and C.E. Braun. 1997. Long-term changes in sage grouse Centrocercus urophasianus populations in western North America. Wildl. Bio. 3:229-234.
  • Connelly, J.W., R.A. Fischer, A.D. Apa, K.P. Reese and W.L. Wakkinen. Renesting by sage grouse in southeastern Idaho. The Condor 95:1041-1043
  • Connelly, J.W., H.W. Browers, and R.J. Gates. 1988. Seasonal movements of sage grouse in southeastern Idaho. J. Wildl. Management 52:116-122
  • Crawford, J.A. 1982. Factors affecting sage grouse harvest in Oregon. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 10:344-347
  • Crawford, J.A., and R.S. Lutz. 1985. Sage grouse population trends in Oregon, 1941-1983. Murrelet 66:69-74.
  • Delong, A.K., J.A. Crawford, and D.C. Delong, Jr. 1995. Relationships between vegetational structure and predation of artificial sage grouse nests. J. Wildl. Management 59:88-92.
  • Drut, M.S., W.H. Pyle, and J.A. Crawford. 1994. Technical Note: Diets and food selection by sage grouse chicks in Oregon. J. Range Management 47:90-93.
  • Drut, M.S., J.A. Crawford, and M.A. Gregg. 1994. Brood habitat use by sage grouse in Oregon. Great Basin Nat. 54:170-176.
  • Fischer, R.A., A.D. Apa, W.L. Wakkinen, and K.P. Reese. Nesting-area fidelity of sage grouse in southeastern Idaho. The Condor 95:1038-1041.
  • Fischer, R.A., K.P. Reese, and J.W. Connelly. An investigation of fire effects within xeric sage grouse brood habitat. J. Range Management 49:194-198.
  • Gregg, M.A., J.A. Crawford, and M.S. Drut. 1993. Summer habitat use and selection by female sage grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) in Oregon. Great Basin Nat. 53:293-298.
  • Gregg, M.A., J.A. Crawford, M.S. Drut, and A.K. DeLong. 1994. Vegetational cover and predation of sage grouse nests in Oregon. J. Wildl. Management 58:162-166.
  • Ottomeier, A.A., and J.A. Crawford. 1996. Revised measurements for classification of age of sage grouse from wings. Calif. Fish and Game 82:61-65.
  • Pyle, W.H., and J.A. Crawford. 1996. Availability of foods for sage grouse chicks following prescribed burning in sagebrush-bitterbrush. J. Range Management 49:320-324.
  • Ramsey, F.L., M. McCracken, J.A. Crawford, M.S. Drut, and W.J. Ripple. 1994. Habitat association studies of the northern spotted owl, sage grouse, and flammulated owl. Pp. 189-209 in Case Stud. in Biometry. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
  • Reese, K.P. and J.W. Connelly. 1997. Translocations of sage grouse Centrocercus urophasianus in North America. Wildl. Bio. 3:235-241.
  • Sveum, C.M., J.A. Crawford, and W.D. Edge. 1998. Use and selection of brood-rearing habitat by sage grouse in south-central Washington. Great Basin Nat. 58:
  • Sveum, C.M., W.D. Edge, and J.A. Crawford. 1998. Nesting habitat selection by sage grouse in south-central Washington. J. Range Management 51:265-269.
  • Wakkinen, W.L., K.P. Reese, and J.W. Connelly. 1992. Sage grouse nest locations in relation to leks. J. Wildl. Management 56:381-383.
  • Young, J.R., J.W. Hupp, J.W. bradbury and C.E. Braun. Phenotypic divergence of secondary sexual traits among sage grouse, Centrocercus urophasianus, populations. Anim. Behav. 47:1353-1362.

Master Theses

  • J. Barnett. "Diet and nutrition of female sage grouse during the pre-laying period." Cooperators: Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and Oregon State University. (Completed- September 1992).
  • K. Coggins. Topic: Sage grouse habitat use during the breeding saeson on Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge. Cooperators: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and Oregon State University. (Initiated- Jauuary 1995).
  • D. Davis. Topic: Sage grouse habitat use in Nevada. Cooperators: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and Nevada Bighorns Unlimited. (Initiated- February 1998).
  • A. Delong. "Relationships between vegetative structure and predation of artificial sage grouse nests." Cooperators: Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and Oregon State University (Completed- July 1993).
  • M. Drut. "Habitat use and selection by sage grouse broods in southeastern Oregon." Cooperators: BLM and Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. (Completed- June 1992).
  • M. Gregg. "Use and selection of nesting habitat by sage grouse in Oregon." Cooperators: BLM and Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. (Completed- October 1991).
  • M. McDowell. Topic: Effects of prescribed burning on sage grouse habitat. Cooperators: BLM. (Initiated- September 1996).
  • W. Pyle. "Response of brood-rearing habitat of sage grouse to prescribed burning in Oregon." Cooperator: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. (Completed- November 1992).
  • C. Seveum. "Habitat selection by sage grouse hens during the breeding season in south-central eastern Washington." Cooperators: Batelle Northwest and Oregon State University. (Completed- August 1995).