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Journal of Raptor Research, Volume 31, Number 2 (1997)

Publication Information
Journal: 
Journal of Raptor Research
Year: 
1997
Volume: 
31
Issue: 
2 (June)

CONTENTS
Preface Raptor Responses to Forest Management: a Holarctic Perspective. 93-94.
Gerald J. Niemi, Joann M. Hanowski
The Northern Goshawk (Accipiter Gentilis Atricapillus): Is There Evidence of a Population Decline?. 95-106.
Patricia L. Kennedy
How, and Why, Is the Goshawk (Accipiter Gentilis) Affected by Modern Forest Management in Fennoscandia?. 107-113.
Per Wid
Forest Management and Conservation of Boreal Owls in North America. 114-124.
Gregory D. Hayward
Boreal Owl Responses to Forest Management: a Review. 125-128.
Harri Hakkarainen, Erkki KorpimÄKi, Vesa Koivunen, Sami Kurki
The Osprey (Pandion Haliaetus) and Modern Forestry: a Review of Population Trends and Their Causes in Europe. 129-137.
Pertti L. Saurola
Osprey (Pandion Haliaetus) Populations in Forested Areas of North America: Changes, Their Causes and Management Recommendations. 138-150.
Peter J. Ewins
The Great Grayowl (Strix Nebulosa) in the Changing Forest Environment of Northern Europe. 151-159.
Seppo Sulkava, Kauko Huhtala
Great Gray Owls (Strix Nebulosa Nebulosa) and Forest Management in North America: a Review and Recommendations. 160-166.
James R. Duncan
Hawk Owls in Fennoscandia: Population Fluctuations, Effects of Modern Forestry, and Recommendations on Improving Foraging Habitats. 167-174.
Geir A. Sonerud
The Long-Eared Owl (Asio Otus) and Forest Management: a Review of the Literature. 175-186.
Denver W. Holt
Northern Hawk Owls (Surnia Ulula Caparoch) and Forest Management in North America: a Review. 187-190.
Patricia A. Duncan, Wayne C. Harris
Concluding Remarks on Raptor Responses to Forest Management: a Holarctic Perspective. 191-196.
Gerald J. Niemi, Joann M. Hanowski
Book Reviews. 197-201.
 
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