Literature Cited - Maya Project Description and Results, Methods for Detecting and Counting Tropical Forest Raptors

Fuller, M. R., and J. A. Mosher. 1981. Methods of detecting and counting raptors: a review. Pp. 235-246 in C. J. Ralph and J. M. Scott, eds. Estimating numbers of terrestrial birds. Studies in Avian Biology No. 6, Cooper Ornithological Society.

Thiollay, J.-M. 1989. Censusing of diurnal raptors in a primary rain forest: comparative methods and species detectability. Journal of Raptor Research 23:72-84.

Whitacre, D. F., and C. W. Turley. 1990. Further comparisons of tropical forest raptor census techniques. pp. 71-92 in W. A. Burnham, D. F. Whitacre, and J. P. Jenny, Eds., Maya Project Progress Report III, 1990. The Peregrine Fund, Boise, Idaho.

Whitacre, D. F., L. E. Jones, and J. Sutter. 1992. Censusing raptors and other birds in tropical forest: further refinements of methodology. pp. 39-52 in D. F. Whitacre and R. K. Thorstrom, eds., Maya Project Progress Report V, 1992. The Peregrine Fund, Boise, Idaho.