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12015Using reintroduction to compensate for isolation in fragmented landscapesArmstrong, Doug P; Ford, Hugh 21-Jul-2016
22014A vertical bait station for black rats ('Rattus rattus') that reduces bait take by a sympatric native rodentZewe, Frances; Meek, Paul ; Ford, Hugh A ; Vernes, Karl A 9-Apr-2014
32014Orientation of migratory birds under ultraviolet lightWiltschko, Roswitha; Munro, Ursula; Ford, Hugh ; Stapput, Katrin; Thalau, Peter; Wiltschko, Wolfgang21-Jul-2015
42013Group size and composition in the Grey-crowned Babbler 'Pomatostomus temporalis' in an urban environmentLambert, Kathryn; Geering, David; Ford, Hugh A 17-Dec-2013
52013Equilibrium and nonequilibrium in Australian bird communities - the impact of natural and anthropogenic effectsFord, Hugh A 27-Nov-2013
62013The season, frequency, parental care and success of breeding Black-necked Storks 'Ephippiorhynchus asiaticus australis' in northern New South WalesClancy, Greg P; Ford, Hugh A 10-Feb-2014
72013Are we underestimating the threat to Australia's migratory land birds?Ford, Hugh A 7-Apr-2014
82013How to conserve biodiversity in a nonequilibrium worldRohde, Klaus; Ford, Hugh A ; Andrew, Nigel R ; Heatwole, Harold 2-Jul-2013
92012Grazing effects of Black Swans 'Cygnus atratus' (Latham) on a seasonally flooded coastal wetland of eastern AustraliaSmith, Adam N ; Vernes, Karl A ; Ford, Hugh A 19-Feb-2013
102012Responses of Eastern Yellow Robins 'Eopsaltria australis' to translocation into vegetation remnants in a fragmented landscapeDebus, Steve J S ; Ford, Hugh A 13-May-2013
112011Twinkling lights or turning down the dimmer switch? Are there two patterns of extinction debt in fragmented landscapes?Ford, Hugh A 17-Sep-2012
122011The causes of decline of birds of eucalypt woodlands: advances in our knowledge over the last 10 yearsFord, Hugh A 3-Feb-2012
132011Nest site selection and nesting behaviour of the Black-necked Stork 'Ephippiorhynchus asiaticus australis' in northern New South WalesClancy, Gregory P; Ford, Hugh A 7-Feb-2012
142010Recruitment of the Black-chinned Honeyeater 'Melithreptus gularis gularis' in a fragmented landscape in northern New South Wales, AustraliaLollback, Gregory; Ford, Hugh A ; Cairns, Stuart C 5-May-2011
152010How can we reverse the loss of our woodland birds?Ford, Hugh A 25-May-2011
162009Magpie Goose Breeding on the Northern Tablelands of New South WalesFord, Hugh A 9-Mar-2010
172009Extinction debt or habitat change? - Ongoing losses of woodland birds in north-eastern New South Wales, Australia:Ford, Hugh A ; Walters, Jeffrey R; Cooper, Caren B; Debus, Stephen JS ; Doerr, Veronica A J9-Mar-2010
182009Avian orientation: the pulse effect is mediated by the magnetite receptors in the upper beakWiltschko, Wolfgang; Munro, Ursula; Ford, Hugh A ; Wiltschko, Roswitha10-Mar-2010
192008Is the uncommon Black-chinned Honeyeater a more specialised forager than the co-occurring and common Fuscous Honeyeater?Lollback, Greg; Ford, Hugh Alastair ; Cairns, Stuart Charles 29-Oct-2009
202008Meliphagidae (Honeyeaters)Higgins, P J; Christidis, L; Ford, Hugh Alastair 19-May-2010
212008Light-dependent magnetoreception: orientation behaviour of migratory birds under dim red lightWiltschko, Roswitha; Munro, Ursula Hildegard; Ford, Hugh Alastair ; Stapput, Katrin; Wiltschko, Wolfgang8-Dec-2009
222008Response to the comments by R. Muheim, S. Akesson, and J.B. Phillips to our paper 'Contradictory results on the role of polarized light in compass calibration in migratory songbirds'Wiltschko, Roswitha; Munro, Ursula Hildegard; Ford, Hugh Alastair ; Wiltschko, Wolfgang3-Dec-2009
232008Contradictory results on the role of polarized light in compass calibration in migratory songbirdsWiltschko, Roswitha; Munro, Ursula Hildegard; Ford, Hugh Alastair ; Wiltschko, Wolfgang3-Dec-2009
242007The influence of patterns of food abundance on the breeding seasons and clutch-sizes of Red Wattlebirds and Noisy FriarbirdsTokue, Kihoko; Ford, Hugh Alastair 29-Oct-2009
252007Magnetite-based magnetoreception: the effect of repeated pulsing on the orientation of migratory birdsWiltschko, Wolfgang; Ford, Hugh Alastair ; Munro, Ursula; Winklhofer, Michael; Wiltschko, Roswitha9-Nov-2009
262006Island Biogeography: as Illustrated by Birds in the Australasian RegionFord, Hugh Alastair 27-Oct-2009
272006Influence of food and nest predation on the life histories of two large honeyeatersTokue, Kihoko; Ford, Hugh Alastair 30-Oct-2009
282006Bird communities in remnant woodland on the New England Tablelands, New South WalesDebus, Stephen JS ; Ford, Hugh Alastair ; Page, D26-Nov-2009
292006Bird communities in remnant woodland on the upper North-west Slopes of New South WalesDebus, Stephen J S ; Ford, Hugh Alastair ; Tremont, Stephen27-Nov-2009
302006Bird Navigation: what type of information does the magnetite-based receptor provide?Wiltschko, W; Munro, U; Ford, HA ; Wiltschko, R18-Jul-2008
312006Possible human impacts on adaptive radiation: beak size bimodality in Darwin's finchesHendry, AP; Grant, PR; Grant, R; Ford, HA ; Brewer, MJ; Podos, J6-Aug-2008
322005Survival, Breeding and Movements of Reintroduced Asiatic Houbara ('Chlamydotis [undulata] macqueenii') in Mahazat As-Sayd Reserve, Saudi ArabiaMaloney, Richard Francis; Ford, Hugh ; Seddon, Phillip16-Apr-2014
332004Review of gene movement by bats and birds and its potential significance for eucalypt plantation forestrySoutherton, S G; Birt, P; Porter, J; Ford, Hugh Alastair 2-Dec-2009
342003Lateralisation of magnetic compass orientation in silvereyes, 'Zosterops lateralis'Wiltschko, Wolfgang; Munro, Ursula; Ford, Hugh Alastair ; Wiltschko, Roswitha28-Oct-2009
352003Quail eggs, modelling clay eggs, imprints and small mammals in an Australian woodlandFulton, Graham R.; Ford, Hugh Alastair 29-Oct-2009
362003Breeding biology of hooded robins 'Melanodryas cucullata' in New England, New South WalesFitri, Lulu; Ford, Hugh Alastair 24-Nov-2009
372003Magnetic orientation in birds: non-compass responses under monochromatic light of increased intensityWiltschko, Wolfgang; Munro, Ursula Hildegard; Ford, Hugh Alastair ; Wiltschko, Roswitha8-Dec-2009
382003Foraging behaviour of hooded robins 'Melanodryas cucullata' in the Northern Tablelands of New South WalesFitri, Lulu; Ford, Hugh Alastair 25-Nov-2009
392002Effects of remnant size and connectivity on the response of Brown Treecreepers to habitat fragmentationCooper, C B; Walters, J R; Ford, Hugh Alastair 30-Oct-2009
402002Impacts of logging, fire and grazing regimes on bird species assemblages of the Pilliga woodlands of New South WalesRecher, H F; Date, E M; Ford, Hugh Alastair 14-Dec-2009
412001Orientation in migratory birds: Time-associated relearning of celestial cuesWiltschko, R; Munro, U; Ford, HA ; Wiltschko, W18-Jul-2008
422001Why have birds in the woodlands of Southern Australia declined?Ford, HA ; Barrett, GW; Saunders, DA; Recher, HF28-Jul-2008
432000The spatial dynamics of the White-browed Babbler in a fragmented agricultural landscapeCale, Peter George; Ford, Hugh ; Saunders, Denis; Recher, Harry25-Jun-2013
441995Ecology and evolution of self-fertilization in a perennial herb, 'Blandfordia grandiflora' R. Br. (Liliaceae)Ramsey, Michael William; Ford, Hugh ; Prakash, Nullamilli25-Jun-2013
451985The Status of the Rufous Scrub-Bird 'Atrichornis Rufescens': Habitat, Geographical Variation and AbundanceFerrier, Simon; Ford, Hugh A ; Jarman, Peter 15-Jun-2017

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