Golden Gate Raptor Observatory Publications
To date, the Golden Gate Raptor Observatory (GGRO) has published 26 articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals, contributed to Master's and PhD candidates' research, and given more than 100 presentations at national and international conferences.
We also publish two annual reports, the Season Summary and the Pacific Raptor.
|PR 40||Fall 2018|
|PR 39||Fall 2017|
|PR 38||Fall 2016|
|PR 37||Fall 2015|
|PR 36||Fall 2014|
|PR 35||Fall 2013|
|PR 34||Fall 2012|
|PR 33||Fall 2011|
|PR 32||Fall 2010|
|PR 31||Fall 2009|
|PR 30||Fall 2008|
Bourbour, RP, BL Martinico, JT Ackerman, MP Herzog, AC Hull, AM Fish, and JM Hull. 2019. Feather mercury concentrations in North American raptors sampled at migration monitoring stations. Ecotoxicology 28: 379-381. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10646-019-02016-2
Bourbour, RP, BL Martinico, MM Crane, AC Hull, and JM Hull. 2018. Messy eaters: swabbing prey DNA from the exterior of inconspicuous predators when foraging cannot be observed. Ecology and Evolution. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.4866
Abernathy, EA, JM Hull, AM Fish, and CW Briggs. 2018. Secondary anticoagulant rodenticide exposure in migrating juvenile Red-tailed Hawks (Buteo jamaicensis) in relationship to body condition. Journal of Raptor Research 52(2): 225-230.
Wilson, SB. 2017. The Pacific Flyway—Golden Gate Raptor Observatory. Hawk Migration Studies 43(1): 46-47.
Jasper, MA, JM Hull, AC Hull, and RNM Sehgal. 2014. Widespread lineage diversity of Leucocytozoon blood parasites in distinct populations of western Red-tailed Hawks. Journal of Ornithology 155(3): 767-775.
Hull, JM, AM Fish, JJ Keane, SR Mori, BN Sacks, and AC Hull. 2010. Estimation of species identification error: implications for raptor migration counts and trend estimation. Journal of Wildlife Management 74(6): 1326-1334.
Valkiunas, G, RNM Sehgal, TA Iezhova, and AC Hull. 2010. Identification of Leucocytozoon toddi group (Haemosporida, Leucocytozoidae), with remarks on the species taxonomy of Leucocytozoids. Journal of Parasitology 96(1): 170-177.
Hull, JM, AC Hull, BN Sacks, JP Smith, and HB Ernest. 2008. Landscape characteristics influence morphological and genetic differentiation in a widespread raptor (Buteo jamaicensis). Molecular Ecology 17: 810-824.
Hull, JM, BN Strobel, CW Boal, AC Hull, CR Dykstra, AM Irish, AM Fish, and HB Ernest. 2008. Comparative phylogeography and population genetics within Buteo lineatus reveals evidence of distinct evolutionary lineages. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 49: 988-996.
Sehgal, RNM, AC Hull, NL Anderson, G Valkiunas, MJ Markovets, S Kawamura, and LA Tell. 2006. Evidence for cryptic speciation of Leucocytozoon spp. (Haemossporida, Leucocytozoidae) in diurnal raptors. Journal of Parasitology 92: 375-379.
Hull, JM, and DJ Girman. 2005. Effects of Holocene climate change on the historical demography of migrating Sharp-shinned Hawks (Accipiter striatus velox) in North America. Molecular Ecology 14(1): 159-170.
Pyle, P. 2005. Remigial molt patterns in North American Falconiformes as related to age, sex, breeding status, and life-history strategies. Condor 107: 823-834.
Lamberski, N, AC Hull, AM Fish, K Beckmen, and TY Morishita. 2003. A survey of the choanal and cloacal aerobic bacterial flora in free-living and captive Red-tailed Hawks (Buteo jamaicensis) and Cooper’s Hawks (Accipiter cooperii). Journal of Avian Medicine and Surgery 17(3): 131-135.
Lewis, SA, and WR Gould. 1999. Survey effort effects on power to detect trends in raptor migration counts. Wildlife Society Bulletin 28: 317-329.
McDermott, F, & AM Fish. 1991. "How do you know you haven't counted that hawk before?" Part II. Hawk Migration Studies 16: 20-21.
Smith, JP, SW Hoffman, and JA Gessaman. 1990. Regional size differences among fall-migrant accipiters in North America. Journal of Field Ornithology 61(2): 192-200.
DeLong, RS. 1989. Red-tailed Hawk age ratios at the Golden Gate. Hawk Migration Studies 15: 17-18, 24.
Howell, JA, & SW Shor. 1985. Raptor banding at Point Diablo supplies trapping success data. Park Science 5: 22-23.