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Library Paper:

1957
Anderson and Anderson_1957_Life history of CACW Part 1_Condor.
Author(s): Anderson and Anderson
Paper ID: 32

1959
Anderson and Anderson_1959_Life hist CACW Part II_Onset nesting_Condor
Author(s): Anderson
Paper ID: 36

1995
Atwood et al_1995b_CAGN, CACW, and CSS on PV Penin_Prog. Rpt. #3 (1995)
Author(s): T. Smith
Paper ID: 35

1996
Atwood et al_1996_CAGN, CACW, and CSS on PV Penin_Prog. Rpt. #4 (1996)
Author(s): J. Atwood
Paper ID: 33

1998
Atwood, et al. Population Dynamics, Dispersal and Demography of California Gnatcatchers and Cactus Wrens in Coastal Southern California. Progress Report. 1999
Author(s): J. Atwood et al
Paper ID: 25

1922
Bailey, F. M. 1922. Cactus Wrens’ nests in southern Arizona. Condor 24: 163–168.
Author(s): Bailey, F.M.
Paper ID: 18

2011
Cactus Wren Habitat Restoration on the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge
Author(s): J. Martin
Paper ID: 6

2015
CACW Habitat Conservation and Management Plan
Author(s): TNC and SDMMP
Paper ID: 37

1994
CAGN, CACW, and CSS on Palos Verdes Peninsula._Prog. Rpt. #2 (1994)
Author(s): J. Atwood
Paper ID: 14

1999
Flaagan, K. J. 1999. Nest-site selection of the coastal Cactus Wren, Campylorhynchus brunneicapillus, in Chino Hills State Park, California. M. S. thesis, Calif. State Univ., Fullerton.
Author(s): Flaagan, K.J.
Paper ID: 30

2011
Genetic Structure of Cactus Wrens in Orange and San Diego Counties
Author(s): B. Kus
Paper ID: 8

2009
Guidelines for cactus salvage and propagation - Mark Dodero
Author(s): Mark Dodero
Paper ID: 17

2009
Hamilton_2009_2008 Surveys of San Dieguito River Valley for Cactus Wren and California Gnatcatcher. Prepared for Conservation Biology Institute. 2009
Author(s): R. Hamilton
Paper ID: 26

1993
Ogden_1993_Pop Viability Analysis for CACW_SD MSCP Area
Author(s): T. Smith
Paper ID: 34

2009
Restoration Guidelines for Coastal Cactus Wrens. Robb Hamilton. 2009
Author(s): R. Hamilton
Paper ID: 16

1999
Solek and Szijj_1999_Coastal CACW species account
Author(s): Solek and Szijj
Paper ID: 31

1990
THE TAXONOMY, DISTRIBUTION, AND STATUS OF COASTAL CALIFORNIA CACTUS WRENS AMADEO M. REA, KENNETH L. WEAVER WESTERN BIRDS Volume 21, Number 3, 1990
Author(s): Rea and Weaver
Paper ID: 15

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