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Alexander, J. D. 2013a. “A New Paradigm of Adaptive learning—Meeting the Bird Conservation Challenge.” The All-Bird Bulletin (A Publication of the North American Bird Conservation Initiative): Adaptive Management, no. Winter 2013: 22–23. http://www.nabci-us.org/assets/bulletin/bulletinwinter2013.pdf.
———. 2013b. “Modeling by Example: Using Management- and Policy-Relevant Science to Integrate Bird Conservation and Federal Land Management.” The All-Bird Bulletin (A Publication of the North American Bird Conservation Initiative): Adaptive Management, no. Winter 2013: 24–26.
 
Alexander, J. D., M. G. Betts, K. E. Halstead, and J. L. Stephens. 2015. “Using Birds to Predict Habitat Conditions: Species-Centered Modeling Offers Novel Solutions to Conservation Challenges.” The All-Bird Bulletin (A Publication of the North American Bird Conservation Initiative): Using Remote Sensing Information to Understand Landscape Change, no. Spring 2015: 21–23.
 
Alexander, J. D., E. Gardner, K. E. Halstead, and J. L. Stephens. 2014. “The Pacific Northwest eBird and Avian Knowledge Network Partnership.” The All-Bird Bulletin (A Publication of the North American Bird Conservation Initiative):  The Power of Citizen Science for Bird Conservation, no. 2014: 22–23.
 
Breen, B., H. Fuller, and J. D. Alexander. 2015. “Conservation on the Wings of the Mountain Bird Festival.” Birder’s Guide to Conservation & Community 27 (2): 17–20.
 
Frey, R. I. and J. D. Alexander. 2005. “The Klamath Bird Observatory 2005 Banding Report.” North American Bird Bander 30 (4): 212.
 
———. 2006. “Birds of Oregon: A General Reference (Book Review).” The Auk 123 (4): 1203–5.
 
Frey, R. I., J. L. Stephens, and J. D. Alexander. 2009. “Klamath Bird Observatory Banding in 2008.” North American Bird Bander 34 (2): 92–93.
 
———. 2010. “Klamath Bird Observatory Banding In 2009.” North American Bird Bander 35 (1): 48–49.
 
Joint Fire Sciences Program (JFSP). 2010. “A Need and a Concern: Reducing Fuels in the Riparian Areas of Southwestern Oregon.” Joint Fire Sciences Program Fire Science Brief, 2010. https://www.firescience.gov/projects/briefs/05-2-1-19_FSBrief100.pdf.
 
Northwest Fire Science Consortium (NFSC). 2014. “Songbird Response to Wilflire: Species Abundance after a Southwest Oregon Wilfire.” Northwest Fire Scince Consortium Research Brief, 2014. http://www.nwfirescience.org/sites/default/files/publications/NWFSC_ResearchBrief_03.pdf.
 
Stephens, J. L. 2011. "Klamath Bird Observatory: Highlights from 2011." Oregon Birds 37 (2): 81-82.

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