Below are Northern Goshawk references we have used to reference information on the Northern Goshawk page.
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Boal, C.W. 1994. A Photographic and Behavioral Guide to Aging Nestling Northern Goshawks. Studies in Avian Biology. No. 16. Cooper Ornithological Society. pp. 32-40.
Boal, C.W. and R.W. Mannan. 1994. Northern Goshawk diets in Ponderosa Pine Forests on the Kaibab Plateau. Studies in Avian Biology. No. 16. Cooper Ornithological Society. pp 97-102.
Brown. L. and D. Amadon. 1968. Eagles, hawks and falcons of the world. McGraw-Hill; New York.
Bull, E.L. and J.H. Hohmann. 1994. Breeding Biology of Northern Goshawks in Northeastern Oregon. Studies in Avian Biology. No. 16. Cooper Ornithological Society. pp 103-105.
Call. M.W. 1978. Nesting Habitats and Surveying Techniques for Common Western Raptors. Tech. Note TN-316. Bureau of Land Management. Denver Service Center.
Clark, W.S. and B.K. Wheeler. 1987. A Field Guide to Hawks of North America. The Peterson Field Guide Series. Houghton Mifflin. Boston.
Doyle, F.I. and J.M.N. Smith. 1994. Population Responses of Northern Goshawks to the 10-Year Cycle in Numbers of Snowshoe Hares. Studies in Avian Biology. No. 16. Cooper Ornithological Society. pp 122-129.
Ehrlich, P.R., D.S. Dobkin and D. Wheye. 1988. The Birder's Handbook. A Field Guide to the Natural History of North American Birds. Simon and Schuster. New York.
Klimkiewicz, M. K. 2008. Longevity Records of North American Birds. Version 2008.1. Patuxent Wildlife Research Center. Bird Banding Laboratory. Laurel MD.
Reynolds, R.T., R.T. Graham, R.M. Hildegard et al. 1992. Management Recommendations of the Northern Goshawk in the Southwestern United States. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-217. Fort Collins, Co. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experimental Station. 90p.
Younk, J.V. and M.J. Bechard. 1994. Breeding Ecology of the Northern Goshawk in High-Elevation Aspen Forests of Northern Nevada. Studies in Avian Biology. No. 16. Cooper Ornithological Society. pp 119-121.
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