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Small Game Management in Georgia

Literature Sources

A Sand County Almanac.  Aldo Leopold. 1949. Oxford University Press.  New York, NY.  226 pp.

Appalachian Cooperative Grouse Research Project Report - Phase I.  Mike C. Reynolds, Dean F. Stauffer, Roy L. Kirkpatrick and Gary W. Norman. 2000. Virginia Tech and Virginia Game and Inland Fisheries. 14 pp.
The Ecology and Management of the Mourning Dove.  Edited by Thomas S. Baskett, Mark W. Sayre, Roy E. Tomlinson and Ralph E. Mirarchi. 1993. Wildlife Management Institute.  Stackpole Books, Harrisburg, PA. 567 pp.

The Bobwhite Quail: Its Habits, Preservation, and Increase.  H.L. Stoddard, Sr. 1931. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, NY. 559 pp.

The Bobwhite Quail: Its Life and Management.  Walter Rosene.  1984. The Sun Press, Hartwell, GA. 418 pp.

Bobwhite Quail Management: A Habitat Approach.  J.L. Landers and B.S. Mueller. 1986.  Tall Timbers Research Station Misc.  Pub. No. 6.  Tallahassee, Fl. 39 pp.

Ruffed Grouse - The Wildlife Series.  Edited by S. Atwater and J. Snell. 1989. Stackpole Books, Harrisburg, PA. 370 pp.

The Ruffed Grouse: Life History, Propagation, Management.  G. Bump, R.W. Darrow, F.C. Edminister, and W.F. Crissey. 1947.  (Reprint 1978) New York State Conservation Dept. Albany, 915 pp.

Oak Forests: A Management Opportunity for Ruffed Grouse and Other Wildlife.  J.F. Kubisiak. 1987. The Ruffed Grouse Society.  Coraopolis, PA. 16 pp.

Wildlife and The American Mind.  M.D. Duda, S.J. Bissell and K.C. Young.  1998.  Responsive Management.  Harrisonburg, VA.

Wild Mammals of North America.  Edited by Joseph A. Chapman and George A. Feldhamer. 1982. The John Hopkins University Press. Baltimore, MD. 1147 pp.


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