Courtney J. Conway
Courtney J. Conway
Professor, Dept of Fish & Wildlife Sciences, University of Idaho; Director, USGS Idaho Coop Unit
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TitleCited byYear
BBIRD Field Protocol
TE Martin, CR Paine, CJ Conway, WM Hochachka, P Allen, WP Jenkins
Montana Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit, University of Montana, Missoula, USA, 1997
446*1997
Evolution of passerine incubation behavior: influence of food, temperature, and nest predation
CJ Conway, TE Martin
Evolution 54 (2), 670-685, 2000
3552000
Standardized North American marsh bird monitoring protocol
CJ Conway
Waterbirds 34 (3), 319-347, 2011
3202011
Effects of ambient temperature on avian incubation behavior
CJ Conway, TE Martin
Behavioral Ecology 11 (2), 178-188, 2000
2502000
Effectiveness of call-broadcast surveys for monitoring marsh birds
CJ Conway, JP Gibbs
The Auk 122 (1), 26-35, 2005
1482005
Comparison of detection probability associated with burrowing owl survey methods
CJ Conway, JC Simon
The Journal of Wildlife Management, 501-511, 2003
1142003
Virginia Rail: Rallus Limicola
CJ Conway
The Birds of North America: American Ornithologists' Union, 1995
1001995
Virginia Rail
CJ Conway, WR Eddleman
Management of Migratory Shore and Upland Game Birds in North America, 193-206, 1994
100*1994
Seasonal changes in Yuma clapper rail vocalization rate and habitat use
CJ Conway, WR Eddleman, SH Anderson, LR Hanebury
The Journal of Wildlife Management, 282-290, 1993
981993
Clapper Rail (Rallus longirostris)
WR Eddelmen, CJ Conway
The Birds of North America, 32, 1998
941998
Clapper Rail
WR Eddleman, CJ Conway
Management of Migratory Shore and Upland Game Birds in North America, 167-179, 1994
94*1994
Why migrate? A test of the evolutionary precursor hypothesis
WA Boyle, CJ Conway
The American Naturalist 169 (3), 344-359, 2007
822007
Overwinter survival of Neotropical migratory birds in early‐successional and mature tropical forests
CJ Conway, GVN Powell, JD Nichols
Conservation Biology 9 (4), 855-864, 1995
721995
Factors affecting detection probability of California Black Rails
CJ Conway, C Sulzman, BE Raulston
The Journal of Wildlife Management 68 (2), 360-370, 2004
672004
Comparative demography of Burrowing Owls in agricultural and urban landscapes in southeastern Washington
CJ Conway, V Garcia, MD Smith, LA Ellis, JL Whitney
Journal of Field Ornithology 77 (3), 280-290, 2006
622006
Evaluation of lipid indices of the wood thrush
CJ Conway, WR Eddleman, KL Simpson
The Condor 96 (3), 783-790, 1994
591994
Nesting success and survival of Virginia Rails and Soras
CJ Conway, WR Eddleman, SH Anderson
The Wilson Bulletin, 466-473, 1994
581994
Maximizing detection probability of wetland-dependent birds during point-count surveys in northwestern Florida
CP Nadeau, CJ Conway, BS Smith, TE Lewis
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 120 (3), 513-519, 2008
562008
Multiscale habitat selection by burrowing owls in black‐tailed prairie dog colonies
SJ Lantz, CJ Conway, SH Anderson
The Journal of Wildlife Management 71 (8), 2664-2672, 2007
522007
Summary of intrinsic and extrinsic factors affecting detection probability of marsh birds
CJ Conway, JP Gibbs
Wetlands 31 (2), 403-411, 2011
512011
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