|A Conservation Action Plan for Bicknell's Thrush (Catharus bicknelli)|
A plan developed by the The International Bicknell’s Thrush Conservation Group(IBTCG) to achieve an overall goal of increasing the global population of Bicknell’s Thrush by 25% over the next 50 years (2011-2060), with no further net loss of distribution.
|Bicknell's Thrush (Catharus bicknelli) |
Revised version of Bicknell's Thrush (Catharus bicknelli), The Birds of North America Online.2015. (A. Poole, Ed.). Ithaca: Cornell Lab of Ornithology; Retrieved from the Birds of North America Online: http://bna.birds.cornell.edu/bna/species/592
|Mercury Concentrations in Bicknell's Thrush and Other Insectivorous Passerines in Montane Forests of Northeastern North America||2005|
|Effect of Prey Biomass on Reproductive Success and Mating Strategy of Bicknell's Thrush (Catharus bicknelli), A Polygynandrous Songbird|
The Auk, 121(2): 446-451, 2004
|Multiple paternity and multiple male feeders in Bicknell's Thrush (Catharus Bicknelli)||2003|
|Ski trail effects on a beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae, Elateridae) community in Vermont||2002|
|Bicknell's Thrush (Catharus bicknelli)|
Authors: Christopher Rimmer, Kent McFarland, Walter G. Ellison, James Goetz
In: The Birds of North America, No. 591, 2001 (A. Poole and F. Gill, eds.). The Birds of North America, Inc., Philadelphia, PA.
|Migrant stopover and postfledging dispersal at a montane forest site in Vermont|
Wilson Bull., 112(1), 2000, pp. 124-136
|Sky Island Songbirds||1999|
|Distribution, habitat use and conservation of Bicknell's Thrush and other montane forest birds in the Dominican Republic. Progress Report.||1997|
|Population density, vocal behavior, and recommended survey methods for Bicknell's Thrush||1996|
|Distribution of Bicknell's Thrush in New England and New York|
Authors: Christopher Rimmer, Kent McFarland, Jonathan Atwood, Sophia Tsai, Laura Nagy
Wilson Bull., 108(4), 1996, pp 650-661
|Horsehair fungus, Marasmius androsaceus, used as nest lining by birds of the subalpine spruce-fir community in the northeastern United States.|
Authors: Christopher Rimmer, Kent McFarland
Canadian Field-Naturalist 110(3):541-543.