A Miscellany of facts about Long Billed Curlews

April 2019 at Bear River Refuge ONE Roland L. Redmond, Donald A. Jenni, Roland L. Redmond, and Donald A. Jenni. 1982. “Natal Philopatry and Breeding Area Fidelity of Long-Billed Curlews (Numenius Americanus): Patterns and Evolutionary Consequences.” Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 10 (4): 277–79. https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=edsjsr&AN=edsjsr.4599496&site=eds-live&scope=site. Male long billed curlews are more likely to return to their … More A Miscellany of facts about Long Billed Curlews

Long Billed Curlew Research 3

No cover for this item was available Redmond, Roland L. The Behavioral Ecology of Long-Billed Curlews (Numenius Americanus) Breeding in Western Idaho. Montana: University of Montana, 1984 Mating behavior at the Bear River Refuge, April 28 2018 This detailed dissertation is framed within three points of view: “1) that individual animals exploit environmental resources by … More Long Billed Curlew Research 3

Long Billed Curlew Research 2

Allen, Julia N. The Ecology and Behavior of the Long-Billed Curlew in Southeastern Washington. Wildlife Monographs: No. 73. Wildlife Society, 1980. This fascinating study’s main focus is on southeastern Washington, but includes data from National Wildlife Refuges in southern Idaho, Utah, Nevada, California, and Oregon. The expanded range’s data is derived from refuge quarterly reports … More Long Billed Curlew Research 2