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Central Valley Bird Club 2004 Special Edition

This special edition of the Central Valley Bird Club Bulletin was devoted to the tricolored blackbird.

Conservation Plan for the Tricolored Blackbird, 2.0 Update

Date: 
2009-01-29

The Tricolored Blackbird Working Group was formed to voluntarily develop and implement actions that would help to ensure the long-term survival of the tricolored blackbird. Working Group members produced a Conservation Plan to guide their efforts.

The Conservation Plan was signed in September, 2007.

Available for download is the version 2.0 update to the Conservation Plan, January, 2009.

The Conservation Plan should be cited as:

Tricolored Blackbird Working Group. 2009. Conservation Plan for the Tricolored Blackbird (Agelaius tricolor). 2.0 Update. Susan Kester (ed.). Sustainable Conservation. San Francisco, CA.

Settlement, Breeding, Productivity, and Color-banding of Tricolored Blackbirds in 2007 in the Central Valley of California

This report summarizes field work conducted by Dr. Robert J. Meese during the 2007 field season, including colony detection, monitoring, descriptions of colony fates, estimates of productivity, color-banding, and conservation recommendations. This report highlights the near-complete reproductive failure of the species in California in 2007. This report was submitted to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and Audubon California, who supported the field work.

Settlement and Breeding Colony Characteristics of Tricolored Blackbirds in 2006 in the Central Valley of California

This report summarizes field work conducted by Dr. Robert J. Meese during the 2006 field season, including colony detection, monitoring, descriptions of colony fates, estimates of productivity, and recommendations for additional conservation actions. This report was submitted to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and Audubon California, who supported the field work.

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