Colin F. J. O'Donnell
Colin F. J. O'Donnell
Department of Conservation
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Conservation status of New Zealand birds, 2012
HA Robertson, JE Dowding, G Elliott, R Hitchmough, C Miskelly, ...
Publishing Team, Department of Conservation, 2013
Predators and the decline of New Zealand forest birds: an introduction to the hole‐nesting bird and predator programme
CFJ O'Donnell
Taylor & Francis Group 23 (3), 213-219, 1996
Roost selection by the long-tailed bat, Chalinolobus tuberculatus, in temperate New Zealand rainforest and its implications for the conservation of bats in managed forests
JA Sedgeley, CFJ O'Donnell
Biological Conservation 88 (2), 261-276, 1999
Influence of season, habitat, temperature, and invertebrate availability on nocturnal activity of the New Zealand long‐tailed bat (Chalinolobus tuberculatus)
CFJ O'Donnell
New Zealand Journal of Zoology 27 (3), 207-221, 2000
Foods and foraging of forest birds in temperate rainforest, South Westland, New Zealand
New Zealand journal of ecology, 87-107, 1994
Use of Roosts by the Long-Tailed Bat, Chalinolobus tuberculatus, in Temperate Rainforest in New Zealand
CFJ O'Donnell, JA Sedgeley
Journal of Mammalogy 80 (3), 913-923, 1999
Control of a stoat (Mustela erminea) population irruption to enhance mohua (yellowhead)(Mohoua ochrocephala) breeding success in New Zealand
CFJ O'Donnell, PJ Dilks, GP Elliott
New Zealand journal of zoology 23 (3), 279-286, 1996
Factors influencing survival and long-term population viability of New Zealand long-tailed bats (Chalinolobus tuberculatus): implications for conservation
MA Pryde, CFJ O’Donnell, RJ Barker
Biological conservation 126 (2), 175-185, 2005
The ecology of yellow‐crowned parakeets (Cyanoramphus auriceps) in Nothofagus forest in Fiordland, New Zealand
GP Elliott, PJ Dilks, CFJ O'Donnell
New Zealand journal of zoology 23 (3), 249-265, 1996
Cryptic local populations in a temperate rainforest bat Chalinolobus tuberculatus in New Zealand
CFJ O'Donnell
Animal Conservation 3 (4), 287-297, 2000
Home range and use of space by Chalinolobus tuberculatus, a temperate rainforest bat from New Zealand
CFJ O'Donnell
Journal of Zoology 253 (2), 253-264, 2001
Factors influencing the selection of roost cavities by a temperate rainforest bat (Vespertilionidae: Chalinolobus tuberculatus) in New Zealand
JA Sedgeley, CFJ O'Donnell
Journal of Zoology 249 (4), 437-446, 1999
Conservation status and causes of decline of the threatened New Zealand Long‐tailed Bat Chalinolobus tuberculatus (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae)
CFJ O’Donnell
Mammal Review 30 (2), 89-106, 2000
Predicting the incidence of mohua predation from the seedfall, mouse, and predator fluctuations in beech forests
CFJ O'Donnell, SM Phillipson
New Zealand Journal of Zoology 23 (3), 287-293, 1996
Quantifying the benefits of long-term integrated pest control for forest bird populations in a New Zealand temperate rainforest
CFJ O'Donnell, JM Hoare
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 131-140, 2012
Forest birds in South Westland: status, distribution and habitat use
CFJ O'Donnell, PJ Dilks
New Zealand Wildlife Service, Department of Internal Affairs, 1986
Mysterious Mystacina: how the New Zealand short-tailed bat (Mystacina tuberculata) locates insect prey
G Jones, PI Webb, JA Sedgeley, CFJ O'Donnell
Journal of Experimental Biology 206 (23), 4209-4216, 2003
The effect of bait type, tunnel design, and trap position on stoat control operations for conservation management
PJ Dilks, CFJ O'Donnell, GP Elliott, SM Phillipson
New Zealand journal of zoology 23 (3), 295-306, 1996
Roost use by long-tailed bats in South Canterbury: examining predictions of roost-site selection in a highly fragmented landscape
JA Sedgeley, CFJ O'Donnell
New Zealand journal of ecology, 1-18, 2004
Grebes: status survey and conservation action plan
C O'Donnel, J Fjeldsa
IUCN, Gland (Suiza). SSC Grebe Specialist Group, 1997
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