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Alvarez, G., Caldwell, C. A., and Kruse, C. G. 2017.Effects of CFT Legumine (5% Rotenone) on Tadpole Survival and Metamorphosis of Chiricahua Leopard Frogs Lithobates chiricahuensis, NorthernLeopard Frogs L. pipiens, and American Bullfrogs L. catesbeianus.Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 146:512–522, 2017.

Andrews, T. M., B. B. Shepard, A. Litt, C. G. Kruse, A. V. Zale, and S. T. Kalinowski. 2013.Juvenile movement among different populations of cutthroat trout introduced as emrbyos to vacant habitat.North American Journal of Fisheries Management 33:795-805.

Andrews, T.C., B.B. Shepard, A.R. Litt, C.G.Kruse, M.L. Nelson, P. Clancey, A.V. Zale, M.L. Taper, and S.T. Kalinowski, 2016.Performance of Juvenile Cutthroat Trout Translocated as Embryos from Five Populations into a Common Habitat.North American Journal of Fisheries Management 36:926–941, 2016.

Asher, V. 2007.Living with wildlife workshop.Presented non-lethal tools, wolf behavior/ecology and wolf program to area landowners. Sponsored by the Greater Yellowstone Coalition.

Asher, V. J. A. Shivik, K. Kunkel, M. Phillips, and E. Bangs. August 2001.Evaluation of electronic aversive conditioning for managing wolf predation.International Theorological Congress People and Predators Conference, South Africa.

Asher, V., J. A. Shivik, K. Kunkel, M. Phillips, and E. Bangs. 2001.Managing wolves in captivity for recovery.North American Interagency Wolf Conference 2001, Chico Hot Springs, Montana.

Atwood, T. C., E. M. Gese, and K. E. Kunkel. 2007.Comparative patterns of predation by cougars and recolonizing wolves in Montana’s Madison Range.Journal of Wildlife Management 71(4): 1098-1106.

Atwood, T. C., E. M. Gese, and K. E. Kunkel. 2009.Spatial partitioning of predation risk in a multiple predator-multiple prey system.Journal of Wildlife Management 73(6): 876-884.

Bangs, E., M Jimenez, C. Neimeyer, J. Fontaine, M. Collinge, R. Krischke, L. Handegard, J. Shivik, C. Sime, S. Nadeau, C. Mack, D. Smith, V. Asher and S. Stone. 2006.Non-lethal and lethal tools to manage wolf-livestock conflict in the northwestern United States.Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 22:7-16.

Bangs, E., J. Fontaine, M Jimenez, T. Meier, C. Neimeyer, D. Smith, K. Murphy, D. Guernsey, L. Handegard, M. Collinge, R. Krischke, J. Shivik, C. Mack, I. Babcock, V. Asher and D. Domenici. 2001.Gray Wolf Restoration in the Northwestern United States.Endangered Species Update 18:(4) 147-152.

Bangs, E.E., J.A. Fontaine, M.D. Jimenez, J. Meier, E.H. Bradley. C.C. Neimeyer, WD. W. Smith, C. M. Mack, V. Asher and J. K. Oakleaf. 2005.Managing wolf-human conflict in the northwestern United States.Pages 340-356 in R. Woodroffe, S., Thirgod and A. Rabinowitz, editors. People and Wildlife: Conflict or Coexistence. The Zoological Society of London.

Bangs, P. D., P. R. Krausman, Z. Parsons, and K.E. Kunkel. September 2001.Characteristics of bighorn sheep lambing sites.The Wildlife Society Annual Meeting, Reno, Nevada.

Bangs, P., P. Krausmann, K. Kunkel, and Z. Parsons. February 2001.Efforts to restore desert bighorn sheep in the Fra Cristobal Mountains, New Mexico.Arizona and New Mexico chapters of the Wildlife Society 35th joint annual meeting. Gallup, New Mexico.

Billman, H. G., S. St-Hilaire, C. G. Kruse, T. S. Peterson, and C. R. Peterson. 2011.Toxicity of the piscicide rotenone to columbia spotted frog and boreal toad tadpoles.Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 140:919-927.

Billman, H.G., C.G. Kruse, S. St-Hilaire, T.M. Koel, J. L. Arnold and C.R. Peterson 2012.Effects of Rotenone on Columbia Spotted Frogs Rana luteiventris during Field Applications in Lentic Habitats of Southwestern Montana.North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 32:4,781-789.

Blackburn, J. K., Asher, V., Stokke, S.Hunter, D.L., and Alexander, K.A. 2014.Dances with Anthrax: Wolves, Canis Lupus, Kill Anthrax Bacteremic Plains Bison (Bison bison bison) in Southwestern Montana.Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 50(2):393-396.

Bly Honness, K. August 2000.Black-tailed prairie dog restoration at the Bad River Ranches.Field Meeting ofthe Pierre/Fort Pierre Chamber of Commerce Agriculture Interest Group, Bad River Ranches, South Dakota.

Bly Honness, K. November 2000.Black-tailed prairie dog restoration at the Bad River Ranches.Master Gardener's Monthly Meeting, Fort Pierre, South Dakota.

Bly-Honness, K. J. C. Truett, and D. Long. 2004.Influence of social bonds on post-release survival of translocated black-tailed prairie dogs (Cynomys ludovicianus).Ecological Restoration 22:204-209.

Boyce, W. M., A. Fisher, H. Provencio, E. Rominger, J. Thilsted, and M. Ahlm. 1999.Elaeophorosis in bighorn sheep in New Mexico.Journal of Wildlife Diseases 35:786-789.

Burgad, A., C. Williams and C. G. Kruse. 2013.Recovery of a restored native cutthroat trout population after watershed renovation.Poster Presentation, 2013 Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Little Rock, AK, September 8-12.

Burgad, A., C. Williams, and C. Kruse. 2014.Recovery of a restored native cutthroat trout population after watershed renovation.Poster Presentation, 2014 Annual Meeting, Dakota Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Chamberlain, SD. February 25-27, 2014.

Carroll, C. M. K. Phillips, and C. A. L. Gonzales. 2004.Spatial analysis of restoration potential and population viability of the wolf (Canis lupus) in the southwestern United States and northern Mexico.Report to Turner Endangered Species Fund. Bozeman, MT. 71pp.

Carroll, C., D. J. Rohlf, Y. Li, B. Hartl, M. K. Phillips, R. F. Noss. 2014.Connectivity conservation and endangered species recovery: a study in the challenges of defining conservation-reliant species.Carroll, C., D. J. Rohlf, Y. Li, B. Hartl, M. K. Phillips, R. F. Noss. 2014. Connectivity conservation and endangered species recovery: a study in the challenges of defining conservation-reliant species. Conservation Letters. doi: 10.1111/conl.12102.

Carroll, C., J. A. Vucetich, M. P. Nelson, D. J. Rohlf, and M. K. Phillips. 2010.Geography and recovery under the U.S. Endangered Species Act.Conservation Biology 24:395-403.

Carroll, C., M. K. Phillips, C. A. Lopez-Gonzalez, and N. H. Schumaker. 2006.Defining recovery goals and strategies for endangered species: the wolf as a case study.Bioscience 56:25-37.

Carroll, C., M. K. Phillips, N. H. Schumaker, and D. W. Smith. 2003.Impacts of landscape change on wolf restoration success: planning a reintroduction program based on static and dynamic spatial models.Conservation Biology 17:536-548.

Cassirer, E. F., K. M. Rudolph, P. Fowler, V. L. Coggins, D. L. Hunter, and M. W. Miller. 2001.Evaluation of ewe vaccination as a tool for increasing bighorn lamb survival following pasteurellosis epizootics.Journal of Wildlife Diseases 37:49-57.

Chipault, J. G. and D. H. Long. 2010.Pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) locked in fight becomes prey of coyotes (Canis latrans).The Southwestern Naturalist 55(2):283-284.

Chipault, J. G. and J. K. Detling. 2013.Bison selection of prairie dog colonies on shortgrass steppe.Western North American Naturalist 73(2):168-176.

Chipault, J.G., Dean E. Biggins. James K. Detling, Dustin H. Long, and Robin M. Reich. 2012.Fine-scale habitat use of reintroduced black-footed ferrets on prairie dog colonies in New Mexico.Western North American Naturalist 72(2):216-227.

Clancey, P., C. Kruse, and B. Shepard. 2014.The Cherry Creek, Montana, westslope cutthroat trout introduction project: the impetus for a paradigm shift within 20 years.Oral Presentation, 2014 Annual Meeting, Western Division of the American Fisheries Society, Mazatlán, Mexico. April 7-11, 2014.

Devine, B., S. Vickerman, and M. K. Phillips. 2000.Invasive species and the conservation community.North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 65:414-422.

Devine, B., S. Vickerman, and M. K. Phillips.Invasive species and the conservation community.65th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, Washington, D.C.

Eads, D. A., J. G. Chipault, D. E. Biggins, T. M. Livieri, and J. J. Millspaugh. 2010.Nighttime aboveground movements by prairie dogs on colonies inhabited by black-footed ferrets.Western North American Naturalist 70:261-265.

Eads, D.A., D.E. Biggins, P.F. Doherty, Jr., K.L. Gage, K. Huyvaert, D.H. Long, M.F. Antolin. 2013.Using occupancy models to investigate the prevalence of ectoparasitic vectors on hosts: an example with fleas on prairie dogs.International Journal of Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 2:246-256.

Edwards, T., E. Canty-Cox, V. Buzzard, C. Wiese, L. S. Hillard, R. W. Murphy. 2014.Genetic assessments and parentage analysis of captive Bolson tortoises (Gopherus flavomarginatus) inform their “rewilding” in New Mexico.PLoSOne 9(7): e102787. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0102787.

Fisher, A.E., Rominger, P. Miller, and O. Byers. January 1999.Population and Habitat Viability Assessment Workshop for the Desert Bighorn Sheep of New Mexico (Ovis canadensis): Final Report.IUCN/SSC Conservation Breeding Specialist Group: Apple Valley, Minnesota.

Fredrickson, R. J., P. Siminski, M. Woolf, and P. W. Hedrick. 2007.Genetic rescue and inbreeding depression in Mexican wolves.Proceedings of the Royal Society B 274:2365-2371.

Freirickson, R.J., Hedrick, P.W., Wayne, R.K., vonHoldt, B.M., and Phillips, M.K. May 11, 2015.Mexican Wolves are a Valid Subspecies and an Appropriate Conservation Target.Journal of Heredity, 2015, 1-2 doi:10.1093/jhered/esv028 Letter to the Editor.

French, H. B., T. S. Smith, K. E. Kunkel, and E. H. Follmann. May 2001.Effects of human activities on coastal brown bears (Ursus arctos) at Rallo Bay, Katmai National Park, Alaska.13th International Conference on Bear Research and Management, Jackson, Wyoming.

Fritts, S. H., C. M. Mack, D. W. Smith, K. M. Murphy, M. K. Phillips, M. D. Jimenez, E. E. Bangs, J. A. Fontaine, C. C. Niemeyer, W. G. Brewster, and T. J. Kaminski. 2001.Outcomes of hard and soft releases of reintroduced wolves in central Idaho and the Greater Yellowstone Area.Pages 125-148 in D. S. Maehr, R. F. Noss, and J. L. Larkin, editors. Large mammal restoration: ecological and sociological challenges in the 21st century. Island Press, Washington, D.C., USA.

Fritts, S. H., C. M. Mack, D. W. Smith, K. M. Murphy, M. K. Phillips, M.D. Jimenez, E. September 1999.Comparing results of soft and hard releases on the restoration of wolves to Yellowstone National Park and central Idaho.The Wildlife Society Annual Conference, Austin, Texas.
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Fritts, S. H., E. E. Bangs, J. A. Fontaine, M. R. Johnson, M. K. Phillips, E. D. Koch, and J. R. Gunson. 1997.Planning and implementing a reintroduction of wolves to Yellowstone National Park and central Idaho.Restoration Ecology 5:7-27.

Goguen, C., and D. Long. September 2012.Effects of prairie dog colonies on wildlife of shortgrass prairie habitats in northeastern New Mexico.4th International EcoSummit: Ecological Sustainability. Columbus, Ohio.

Golden, H. N., B. S. Shults, and K. E. Kunkel. 2002.Immobilization of wolverines with Telazol® from a helicopter.Wildlife Society Bulletin 30:492-497.

Hagan, G. August 2000.A private land approach to red-cockaded woodpecker translocation.U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Red-cockaded Woodpecker Regional Translocation Meeting, Tallahassee, Florida.

Hagan, G. October 2000.Longleaf pine restoration: a private land approach.Southeastern Forestry Association, Tallahassee, Florida.

Hagan, G. September 2000.Red-cockaded woodpecker reintroduction: an emerging success story on private land.Florida Ornithological Society, Tallahassee, Florida.

Hagan, G. T., and M. K. Phillips. 2015.First attempt to restore a red-cockaded woodpecker population via re-introductions to unoccupied habitat at the Avalon Plantation, Florida, U.S.A.Pages 132 – 136 in Soorae, P.S. (ed.). Global Re-introduction perspectives: 2016. Case studies from around the globe. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN/SSC Re-introduction Specialist Group and Abu Dhabi, UAE: Environment Agency Abu Dhabi. xv + 276 pp.

Hagan, G., and R. Costa. 2001.Rare woodpeckers reintroduced to north Florida.Endangered Species Bulletin 26:30-31.

Hagan, G.T., R. Costa, and M. K. Phillips. 2004.Reintroduction of the first red-cockaded woodpeckers into unoccupied habitat: a private land and conservation success story.Pages 341-346 in R. Costa and S.J. Daniels, editors. Proceedings red-cockaded woodpecker symposium IV. Hancock House, Blaine Washington.

Hagan, G.T., R. T. Engstrom, J. Cox and P.B. Spivey. 2004.Effects of translocation on a large red-cockaded woodpecker population.Pages 320-324 in R. Costa and S.J. Daniels, editors. Proceedings red-cockaded woodpecker symposium IV. Hancock House, Blaine Washington.

Hinderer, R. K. A. R. Litt, R. A. Garrott, and M. McCaffery. 2014.Understanding movement patterns of Chiricahua leopard frogs (Lithobates chiricahuensis) to promote species persistence in desert ecosystems.Poster Presentation, Montana Chapter of The Wildlife Society, Bozeman, MT. March 4-7, 2014.

Honness, K. March 2000.Swift fox reintroduction feasibility study.Presentation to the South Dakota Chapter of The Wildlife Society. Annual Conference. Chamberlain, South Dakota.

Honness, K. May 2001.Grasslands Ecology and Restoration of lmperiled Species.Watertown High School Ecology Class, Watertown, South Dakota.

Honness, K. November 1999.Swift fox reintroduction feasibility study.Presentation to the Missouri Breaks Chapter of the Audubon Society Monthly Meeting, Bad River Ranches, South Dakota.

Honness, K. February 2000.Swift fox reintroduction feasibility study.Presentation to the South Dakota Game, Fish, and Parks Regional Conservation Officers and Trappers, Chamberlain, South Dakota.

Honness, K. June 2001.Grasslands Ecology and Restoration of lmperiled Species.South Dakota Wildlife Federation Conservation Camp Custer, South Dakota.

Honness, K. May 2001.Efforts to restore swift fox to the Bad River Ranches.South Dakota's Trappers Association Annual Meeting, Ft. Pierre, South Dakota.

Honness, K. October 2000.Efforts to restore swift fox to the Bad River Ranches.Master Gardener's Monthly Meeting, Fort Pierre, South Dakota.

Hunter, D. L. May 2000.Wolves – How do we make them fit?.Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Regional Meeting. West Yellowstone Conference Hotel, West Yellowstone, Montana. May 3-4 2000.

Hunter, D.L . 2008.Wildlife Veterinary Medicine in the 21st Century.Envirovet Institute, White Oak Plantation, Florida. June, 2008.

Hunter, D.L. June 2001.Veterinary Medicine Concerns in the Conservation of lmperiled Cervids: Avoiding Stress and Diseases.Huemul Workshop, Bariloche, Argentina.

Hunter, D.L. 2006.Identifying and Managing Health in Wild and Captive Bison.IUCN Bison Specialist Group meeting. Vermejo Park Ranch, October, 2006.

Hunter, D.L. 2008.How do Veterinarians fit into the Conservation Medicine Programs.Texas A&M University. College Station, Texas. June, 2008.

Hunter, D.L. 2008.Imperiled Species Conservation on Private Lands.University of Illinois School of Veterinary Medicine. Champaign, Illinois. 2008.

Hunter, D.L. 2008.The Expanding Role of Veterinarians in the 21st Century.University of Illinois School of Veterinary Medicine, Champaign, Illinois. 2008.

Hunter, D.L. 2008.The Expanding Role of Veterinarians in the 21st Century.University of Illinois Veterinary School, Champaign, Illinois. 2008.

Hunter, D.L. 2009.Role of Wildlife Veterinarians in the 21st Century.Envirovet Institute, White Oak Plantation, Florida. June, 2009.

Hunter, D.L. 2010.Anthrax in North American Species.North American Veterinary Conference. Orlando, Florida. January, 2010.

Hunter, D.L. 2010.Non Traditional Species and You – How to Incorporate them into Your Practice.North American Veterinary Conference. Orlando, Florida. January, 2010.

Hunter, D.L. 2010.Veterinary Medicine into the 21st Century.Envirovet Institute, White Oak Plantation, Florida. June 2010.

Hunter, D.L. 2010.Wild and Wooly: Diseases Shared by Domestic and Wild Sheep.North American Veterinary Conference. Orlando, Florida. January, 2010.

Hunter, D.L. June 2002.Role of private lands in conserving biodiversity and imperiled species.Envirovet Institute. White Oak Plantation, Florida. June 2002.

Hunter, D.L. June 2003.Conservation Medicine.Envirovet Institute, White Oak Plantation, Florida. June 2003.

Hunter, D.L. June 2004.Role of Veterinarians in Conservation Medicine.Envirovet Institute, White Oak Plantation, Florida. June 2004.

Hunter, D.L. 2005.Immobilization Class for imperiled species.Educational class. Barouche, Argentina. 2005.

Hunter, D.L. 2006.What is a Wildlife Veterinarian?.Envirovet Institute, White Oak Plantation, Florida. June, 2006.

Hunter, D.L. 2006.Wildlife Veterinary Medicine in the 21st Century.Texas A&M University. College Station, Texas. June, 2010.

Hunter, D.L. 2007.Predator/Prey Relationships on Large Landscapes.Envirovet Institute, White Oak Plantation, Florida. June, 2007.

Hunter, D.L., Kunkel, K., Phillips, M. June 2001.The Role of Private Lands in the Recovery of Imperiled Species.International Joint Conference- Wildlife Disease Association and the Society for Tropical Veterinary Medicine Conference, Pilansberg National Park, South Africa.

Jimenez, M.D., E.E. Bangs, C.A. Sime, and V. Asher. 2010.Sarcopic mange found in wolves in the Rocky Mountains in western United States.Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 46(4), 2010:1120-1125.

Jimenez, M.D., V. Asher, C. Bargman. E.E. Bangs, and S. Woodruff.Wolves killed by cougars and a grizzly bear in western United States and Canada.Canadian Field Naturalist.

Kelly, B. T. and M. K. Phillips. 2000.Red wolf (Canis rufus).Pages 247-252 in R. Reading, and B. Miller, editors. Endangered animals: a reference guide to conflicting issues. Greenwood Press, Westport, CT, USA.

Kelly, B. T., A. Beyer, and M. K. Philllips. 2004.Red wolf (Canis rufus). Canids: foxes, wolves, jackals and dogs. Status survey and conservation action plan.Pages 87-92 in C. Sillero-Zubiri, M. Hoffman, and D. W. MacDonald, editors. IUCN/SSC Canid Specialist Group, Cambridge, UK.

Kelly, B. T., A. Beyer, and M. K. Philllips. 2004.Red wolf (Canis rufus). Canids: foxes, wolves, jackals and dogs. Status survey and conservation action plan.Pages 87-92 in C. Sillero-Zubiri, M. Hoffman, and D. W. MacDonald, editors. IUCN/SSC Canid Specialist Group, Cambridge, UK.

Krausman, P, K. E. Kunkel, and M. K. Phillips. September 1999.Translocating mountain sheep onto private lands: a case study of success.The Wildlife Society Annual Conference, Austin, Texas.

Krausman, P., P. Bangs, K. Kunkel, M. K. Phillips, Z. Parsons, and E. Rominger. 2001.Mountain sheep restoration through private/public partnerships.Pages 231-242 in D. S. Maehr, R. F. Noss, and J. L. Larkin, editors. Large mammal restoration: ecological and sociological challenges in the 21st century. Island Press, Washington, D.C., USA.

Kruse, C. December 2000.Private interest in a public resource: aquatic conservation in the west.South Dakota State University- Advance Fish Management Departmental Seminar, Brookings, South Dakota.

Kruse, C. October 2000.Private interest in a public resource: aquatic conservation in the west.South Dakota State University - Advance Fish Management Departmental Seminar, Brookings, South Dakota (invited talk).

Kruse, C. G, M. Kossler, and D. Long. August 2012.Investing in the conservation and recovery of New Mexico’s native cutthroat trout: how the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act influenced native species conservation in northern New Mexico.142nd Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society. St. Paul, Minnesota.

Kruse, C. G. June 2001.A public conservation initiative on private land: Reflections and perspectives of the Turner organization regarding Cherry Creek. Practical Approaches for Conserving Native Inland Fishes of the West.Symposium of the Western Division of the American Fisheries Society, Missoula, Montana.

Kruse, C. G. March 2001.Conservation on private land: Have we Turn(er)ed the corner?.36th Annual Meeting, Colorado-Wyoming Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. March 2001, Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Kruse, C. G. 1995.Genetic purity, habitat, and population characteristics of Yellowstone cutthroat trout in the Greybull River Drainage, Wyoming.Master's thesis, University of Wyoming, Laramie.

Kruse, C. G. December 2001.Cutthroat trout conservation in the West: Are we cutting our throats?.Ecology Seminar Series, Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana.

Kruse, C. G. 1998.Influence of non-native trout and geomorphology on distributions of indigenous trout in the Yellowstone River drainage of Wyoming.Doctoral dissertation, University of Wyoming, Laramie.

Kruse, C. G. and W. A. Hubert. 1998.Single-pass electrofishing predicts trout abundance in mountain streams with sparse habitat.North American Journal of Fisheries Management 18:940-946.

Kruse, C. G., and F. J. Rahel. 2001.An assessment of headwater isolation as a conservation strategy for cutthroat trout in the Absaroka Mountains of Wyoming.Northwest Science 75:1-11.

Kruse, C. G., and W. A. Hubert. 1997.Proposed Standard Weight Equations for Interior Cutthroat Trout.North American Journal of Fisheries Management 17:784-790.

Kruse, C. G., C. S. Guy, and D. W. Willis. 1993.Comparison of black crappie age and growth characteristics.North American Journal of Fisheries Management 13:856-858.

Kruse, C. G., K. Patten, and R. B. Turner. 2007.Restoration of native Rio Grande cutthroat trout in the upper Rio Costilla basin, New Mexico: The long journey home.Proceedings of Wild Trout IX, October 9-12, 2007.

Kruse, C. G., P. Clancey, K. Patten, and B. Shepard. October 2012.Collaborative efforts on behalf of interior cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarki): a private initiative to catalyze native trout restoration in 250 miles of habitat.Annual Meeting of the Montana Chapter of Society of Conservation Biology. Bozeman, Montana.

Kruse, C. G., W. A. Hubert, and F. J. Rahel. 1996.Sources of variation in counts of mersitic features of Yellowstone cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarki bouvieri).Great Basin Naturalist 56:300-307.

Kruse, C. G., W. A. Hubert, and F. J. Rahel. 1997.Geomorphic influences on the distribution of cutthroat trout in the Absaroka Mountains, Wyoming.Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 126:418-427.

Kruse, C. G., W. A. Hubert, and F. J. Rahel. 1997.Using Otoliths and scales to describe age and growth of Yellowstone cutthroat trout in a high-elevation system.Northwest Science 71:30-38.

Kruse, C. G., W. A. Hubert, and F. J. Rahel. 2000.Status of Yellowstone cutthroat trout in Wyoming waters.North American Journal of Fisheries Management 20:693-705.

Kruse, C., and G. Austiguy. 2014.Engineering cutthroat trout conservation: an evolution in fish barrier design.Oral Presentation, Western Division of the American Fisheries Society, Mazatlán, Mexico. April 7-11, 2014.

Kruse, C., S. Barndt, P. Clancey, K. Patten, and B. Shepard. 2014.Collaborative efforts to restore aquatic species on private land: a story of habitat, genetics, disease and … (mostly) sweat.Oral Presentation, Wildlife Disease Association, Albuquerque, NM. July 28-August 1, 2014.

Kruse, C.G. 2014.Large scale aquatic conservation efforts on private lands: can we make a difference?.E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation sponsored Oral Presentation, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University, Durham, NC. September 16, 2014.

Kruse, C.G., P. Clancey, S. Brandt, K. Patten, and B. Shepard. 2013.Setting the stage for consevation success: large-scale watershed renovation and re-introduction of cutthroat trout in the Rocky Mountain region of the USA.Pages 26-32 in Soorae, P.S. (ed.) Global Re-introduction Perspectives:2013. Further Case studies from around the globe. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN/SSC Re-introduction Specialist Group and Abu Dhabi, UAE: Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi. xiv + 282 pp.

Kunkel, K. E. December 2001.Role of private lands in endangered species conservation.National Huemul Conservation Plan Workshop, Bariloche, Argentina.

Kunkel, K. E. February 2000.Desert sheep recovery in New Mexico.Idaho Chapter Foundation for North American Wild Sheep, Boise, Idaho (invited talk).

Kunkel, K. E. January 2000.Private efforts to conserve biological diversity.Conservation Biology and Veterinary Medicine course, University of California, Davis, California (invited talk).

Kunkel, K. E. June 2000.Restoring biodiversity to private lands.Envirovet Summer Institute, White Oak Plantation, Florida (invited talk).

Kunkel, K. E. 2003.Ecology, conservation, and restoration of large carnivores in western North America.Pages 250-295 in C. J. Zabel, and R. G. Anthony, editors. Mammal community dynamics: management and conservation in the coniferous forests of western North America. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

Kunkel, K. E., and D. H. Pletscher. 2001.Winter hunting patterns of wolves in and near Glacier National Park, Montana.Journal of Wildlife Management 65:520-530.

Kunkel, K. E., and D. H. Pletscher. 2000.Habitat factors affecting vulnerability of moose to predation by wolves in southeastern British Columbia.Canadian Journal of Zoology 78:150-157.

Kunkel, K. E., and W. E. Clark. August 1999.Effects of wolves on deer spatial use in Glacier National Park.Ecology and Management of Ungulates Conference, Nelson, British Columbia.

Kunkel, K. E., K. Honness, and M. K. Phillips. November 2000.Feasibility of restoring swift foxes to west-central South Dakota.Defenders of Wildlife Carnivores 2000 Conference, Denver, Colorado.

Kunkel, K. E., T. K. Ruth, D. H. Pletscher, and M. G. Hornocker. 1999.Winter prey selection by wolves and cougars in and near Glacier National Park, Montana.Journal of Wildlife Management 63:901-910.

Kunkel, K., and D. H. Pletscher. 1999.Species-specific population dynamics of cervids in a multipredator ecosystem.Journal of Wildlife Management 63:1082-1093.

Kunkel, K., K. Honness, M. Phillips, and L. Carbyn editors. 2003.Assessing restoration of swift fox in the northern Great Plains.The swift fox: ecology and conservation of swift foxes in a changing world. Canadian Plains Research Center, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Kunkel, K.E., K. Honness, and M.K. Phillips. March 2001.Feasibility of restoring swift foxes to west-central South Dakota.South Dakota Chapter of The Wildlife Society, Spearfish, South Dakota.

List, R., G. Ceballos, C. Curtin, P. J. P. Gogan, J. Pacheco, and J. Truett. 2007.Historic Distribution and Challenges to Bison Recovery in the Northern Chihuahuan Desert.Conservation Biology 21(6):1487-1494.

Long, D. May 2012.History of coyote management in the West and recommendations for managing coyote populations on Vermejo Park Ranch, New Mexico.Turner Enterprises, Inc. Wildlife Board meeting.

Long, D. H. 2013.Restoration of black-tailed prairie dogs to Vermejo Park Ranch, New Mexico, USA.Pages 210-214 in Soorae, P.S.(ed.) Global Re-introduction Perspectives: 2013. Further Case studies from around the globe. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN/SSC Re-introduction Specialist Group and Abu Dhabi, UAE: Environment agency-Abu Dhabi. xiv + 282 pp.

Long, D., K. Bly-Honness, J. Truett, and D. Seery. 2005.Establishment of new prairie dog colonies by translocation.Pages 188-209 in J. Hoogland, ed. Conservation of the black-tailed prairie dog. Island Press, Washington, D.C.

Long, D.H. February 2001.Prairie dog restoration on Vermejo Park Ranch, New Mexico.Arizona and New Mexico chapters of the Wildlife Society 35th joint annual meeting. Gallup, New Mexico.

Long, D.H. February 2000.New Mexico breeds Black-footed ferrets for Arizona.Arizona and New Mexico chapters ofthe Wildlife Society 34th joint annual meeting. Sierra Vista, AZ.

Long, D.H. September 2001.Ranching and prairie dogs.Grassland ecosystems, endangered species and sustainable ranching in the Mexico-United States borderlands. Janos, Mexico.

Long, D.H., and J.C. Truett. 2006.Ranching and prairie dogs.In Basurto, X.,D. Hadley, eds. Grassland ecosystems, endangered species, and sustainable ranching in the Mexico-U.S. borderlands: Conference proceedings. RMRS-P-40. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 126 p.
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McCaffery, M. August 2012.Endangered species: private conservation.Foundation for Research on Economics & the Environment – Conference Series for Religious Leaders. Gallatin Gateway, Montana.

McCaffery, M. 2014.A private lands model for imperiled species conservation and recovery.E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation sponsored Oral Presentation, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University, Durham, NC. September 16, 2014.

McCaffery, M. 2014.McCaffery, M. 2014. Imperiled species: private conservation.Invited lecture. Wildlife Biology Department, The University of Montana, Missoula, MT. March 6, 2014.

McCaffery, M. and M. K. Phillips (Editors). 2013.Turner Endangered Species Fund and Turner Biodiversity Divisions: Annual Report, 2013.Turner Endangered Species Fund, Bozeman MT.

McCaffery, M. and M.K. Phillips (Editors). 2012.Turner Endangered Species Fund & Turner Biodiversity Division Annual Report 2012.Turner Endangered Species Fund, Bozeman, MT.

McCaffery, M. and M.K. Phillips (Editors). 2014.Turner Endangered Species Fund & Turner Biodiversity Division Annual Report, 2014.Turner Endangered Species Fund, Bozeman, MT.

McCaffery, M., and M. Phillips 2012.Using population ecology to plan the restoration of bolson tortoises (Gopherus flavomarginatus) to their Pleistocene range in the U.S.5th Annual Research Symposium for Conservation Biology. Montana Chapter Society for Conservation Biology. Bozeman, Montana.

McCaffery, M., and M. Phillips. November 2013.Wolf recovery in the Northern Rockies: A unique leveraging of partnerships for conservation.6th Annual Research Symposium for Conservation Biology. Montana Chapter Society for Conservation Biology. Bozeman, MT. November 2013. Oral presentation.

McCaffery, M., and M.K. Phillips. 2012.Using population ecology to plan the restoration of bolson tortoises (Gopherus flavomarginatus) to their Pleistocene range in the U.S.37th Annual Meeting and Symposium of the Desert Tortoise Council. Las Vegas, Nevada.

McCaffery, M., and M.K. Phillips. 2012.Using population ecology to plan the restoration of bolson tortoises (Gopherus flavomarginatus) to their Pleistocene range in the U.S.Society for Conservation Biology’s North American Congress for Conservation Biology. Oakland California.

McCann, M. J. 2011.Burrow Characteristics and Social Elements of Captive Juvenile Bolson Tortoises (Gopherus Flavomarginatus) within a Headstart Enclosure in New Mexico.Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Science. M.S. thesis.

Mckibbin, W. L., D. W. Willis, and C. G. Kruse. February 2001.Using slot length limits to restructure largemouth bass populations in small South Dakota impoundments: Do the benefits last?.Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Des Moines, Iowa.

Meadow, R., R. P. Reading, M. Phillips, M. Mehringer, and B. J. Miller. 2005.The influence of persuasive arguments on public attitudes toward a proposed wolf restoration in the southern Rockies.Wildlife Society Bulletin 33:154-163.

Miller, B. J., R. P. Reading, D. E. Biggins, J. K. Detling, S. C. Forrest, J. L. Hoogland, J. Javersak, S. D. Miller, J. Proctor, J. Truett, and D. W. Uresk. 2007.Prairie dogs: an ecological review and current biopolitics.Journal of Wildlife Management 71:2801-2810.

Miller, B., B. Dugelby, D. Foreman, C. Martinex del Rio, R. Noss, M. Phillips, R. Reading, M. E. Soule, J. Terborgh, and L. Willcox. 2001.The importance of large carnivores to healthy ecosystems.Endangered Species Update 18:202-211.

Morris, L.R., Proffitt, K.M., Asher, V. and Blackburn J.K. 2015.Elk Resource Selection and Implications for Anthrax Management in Montana.The Journal of Wildlife Management: DOI:10.1002/jwmg.1016.

Murphy, K. M., D. W. Smith, and M. K. Phillips. September 1999.The Yellowstone wolves: the first four years.The Wildlife Society Annual Conference, Austin, Texas.

Murray, D., T. K. Fuller, and M. K. Phillips. June 2000.Survival in a recolonizing red wolf population.Society for Conservation Biology Annual Conference, Missoula, Montana.

Murray, D.L., D.W. Smith, E.E. Bangs, C. Mack, J.K. Oakleaf, J. Fontaine, D. Boyd, M. Jiminez, C. Niemeyer, T.J. Meier, D. Stahler, J. Holyan and V.J. Asher. 2010.Death from anthropogenic causes is partially compensatory in recovering wolf populations.Biological Conservation 143:2514-2524.

Myrick, T. 2011.Endangered Species Act: a conversation with Mike Phillips.International Wolf 21:4-8.

Nelson, M. P., J. A. Vucetich, and M. K. Phillips. 2007.Normativity and the meaning of Endangered: reponse to Waples et al. 2007.Conservation Biology 21:1646-1648.

Northcott, J., M. C. Andersen, G. W. Roemer, E. L. Fredrickson, M. DeMers, J. Truett, and P. L. Ford. 2008.Spatial analysis of effects of mowing and burning on colony expansion in reintroduced black-tailed prairie dog (Cynomys ludovicianus).Restoration Ecology 16:495-502.

Paquet, P. C., B. Miller, K. Kunkel, R.P. Reading and M.K. Phillips. 2010.The importance of large carnivores.Pages 49-59 in Reading, R.P., B. Miller, A. Masching, R. Edward, and M.K. Phillips (editors). Awakening spirits:wolves in the southern Rockies. Fulcrum Press, Golden Colorado, USA.

Paquet, P. C., J. A. Vucetich, M. K. Phillips, and L. M. Vucetich. 2001.Mexican wolf recovery: three year program review and assessment.IUCN/SSC Conservation Breeding Specialist Group, Apple Valley, Minnesota.

Phillips, M. 2011.A conversation with Mike Phillips about the Endangered Species Act.International Wolf 21(3):4-8.

Phillips, M. 2000.Conserving biodiversity on and beyond Turner lands.Wild Earth 10:91-94.

Phillips, M. 2001.A private effort to conserve biodiversity.Endangered Species Bulletin 26:26-29.

Phillips, M. 2001.A private effort to conserve biodiversity.Endangered Species Bulletin 26:26-29.

Phillips, M. 2001.The southern Rockies: next step in wolf recovery.International Wolf 11(3):32.

Phillips, M. 2010.Conservation and Politics.Conservation Biology 24(1):253-357.

Phillips, M. 2010.The future of wolf restoration.International Wolf 20(3):24.

Phillips, M. 2015.Are Gray Wolves Still Endangered?.International Wolf 25:14-16.

Phillips, M. K, and R. B. Turner. October 1997.The Turner Endangered Species Fund.National Geographic Television Senior Staff presentation, Washington, D.C.

Phillips, M. K. April 2000.Turner Endangered Species Fund and wolf-livestock conflicts.Montana State University Ecology Seminar Series, Bozeman, Montana.

Phillips, M. K. August 1997.The Turner Endangered Species Fund.New Mexico Department of Game and Fish Directorate, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Phillips, M. K. January 2000.Condors, trout, and wolves: a private effort to save nature.National Wildlife Federation Wolf Conference "The Missing Link", Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine (invited keynote talk).

Phillips, M. K. January 2000.Turner Endangered Species Fund: a private effort to save nature.Colorado Chapter of the The Wildlife Society Annual Conference, Fort Collins, Colorado (invited talk).

Phillips, M. K. May 1999.Wolf restoration and private efforts to conserve biodiversity.SanJuan Mountains Association Wilderness Workshop, Durango, Colorado (invited talk).

Phillips, M. K. May 2000.Mexican wolves in the Southern Rockies: why not?.Denver Museum of Nature and Science "Wolf-Red Wolf Symposium", Denver, Colorado (invited talk).

Phillips, M. K. November 1997.Wolf restoration: 15 years of success.80th Annual Meeting of the New Mexico Farm and Livestock Bureau, Las Cruces, New Mexico (invited keynote talk).

Phillips, M. K. November 2000.The Turner Endangered Species Fund and comments on wolf-livestock conflicts.Colorado Cattlemen's Association Annual Meeting, Colorado Springs, Colorado (invited talk).

Phillips, M. K. October 2000.The Turner Endangered Species Fund and wolf recovery in the Southern Rockies.Fish and Wildlife Service Senior Staff, Washington, D. C.

Phillips, M. K. October 2000.The Turner Endangered Species Fund and wolf recovery in the Southern Rockies.U.S. Forest Service Senior Staff, Washington, D. C.

Phillips, M. K. September 1999.Wolf restoration to the Southern Rockies.Presentation to the Ranch and Conservation Task Force, Philmot Scout Ranch, Cimanon, New Mexico.

Phillips, M. K. 1997.Wolf restoration in the United States.Symposium on "Ecology and Conservation of Canids" at the Seventh International Theriological Congress, Acapulco, Mexico.

Phillips, M. K. 2014.Leveraging partnerships for conserving biological diversity.Invited Lecture, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.

Phillips, M. K. 2014.Wolf restoration: many matters of concern.Invited Guest Speaker, Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico.

Phillips, M. K. 2015.Politics, science, and wildlife conservation.University of Florida Graduate Seminar, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. September 21, 2015.

Phillips, M. K. 2015.The extinction crisis, Endangered Species Act, and gray wolves in Colorado.Invited guest lecture. American Renewable Energy Day 2015, Snowmass, Colorado. August 11, 2015.

Phillips, M. K. 2015.The obstacles of net metering in Montana. Panel Discussion: Smart Grid and Utilities: Solutions at Scale.Speaker and Moderator, American Renewable Energy Day 2015, Snowmass, Colorado. August 11, 2015.

Phillips, M. K. 2015.Wolves, tortoises, and trout: the world’s most significant private effort to save creation.First National Conference on At-Risk Species in Mexico. Queretaro, Mexico. November 3-5, 2015.
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Phillips, M. K. 2015.Wolves, tortoises, and trout: the world’s most significant private effort to save creation.University of Florida Faculty Seminar, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. September 21, 2015.

Phillips, M. K. 2016.An Effort to Redress the Extinction Crisis: The Turner Endangered Species Fund.East-West Sustainability Summit, Invited Oral Presentation, August 30, 2016. Kahala Hotel, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Phillips, M. K. 2016.From Delay to Wrongheadedness: Mexican Wolf Recovery.Continuing Legal Education – New Mexico State Bar. Invited oral Presentation. Albuquerque, New Mexico, September 9, 2016.

Phillips, M. K. 2016.Wolves, tortoises, and trout: the world’s most significant private effort to save creation.Wildlife Biology Department, Humboldt State University, March 25, 2016.

Phillips, M. K. April 1998.The Turner Endangered Species Fund and wolf recovery.Montana State University College of Engineering Annual Fundraiser. Bozeman, Montana.

Phillips, M. K. April 1998.Wolf recovery: why experimental-nonessential works.Evening Lecture Series, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado.

Phillips, M. K. April 1999.The Turner Endangered Species Fund: a private effort to save nature.Evening Lecture Series, International Wolf Center, Ely, Minnesota (invited talk).

Phillips, M. K. April 1999.Why wolf recovery in Minnesota matters.International Wolf Center Panel Discussion. University of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minnesota. (Invited talk).

Phillips, M. K. April 2000.Wolves, condors and trout: a private effort to save nature.Cleveland Museum ofNatural History Explorer Lecture Series, Cleveland, Ohio (invited talk).

Phillips, M. K. August 2000.Mexican wolves in the Southern Rockies: why not?.IUCN-SSC facilitated workshop "Population and Habitat Viability Analysis for Wolf Recovery in the Southern Rockies", Vermejo Park Ranch, Raton, New Mexico.

Phillips, M. K. August 2000.Wolf recovery: how do we get there from here?.Defenders of Wildlife Annual Board Meeting, Aspen, Colorado (invited talk).

Phillips, M. K. December 1997.Wolves and endangered species restoration.Montana State University Ecology Department Seminar Series, Bozeman, Montana.

Phillips, M. K. February 1998.Do we know how to restore wolves: a ten-year perspective.Year of the Tiger Conference sponsored by the Tiger Information Center, Sumatran Tiger Project, Hornocker Wildlife Research Institute Siberian Tiger Project, IUCN-SSC Cat Specialist Group, Exxon Corporation, and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation; Dallas, Texas, (invited keynote talk).

Phillips, M. K. February 2000.The Turner Endangered Species Fund: a private effort to save nature.Senior-level Ecology Class, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT (invited talk).

Phillips, M. K. February 2000.Wolves and livestock: the ultimate problem.International Wolf Center Conference "Beyond 2000: Realities of Global WolfRestoration", Duluth, Minnesota (invited plenary talk).

Phillips, M. K. July 1999.Utility of private land for conserving large carnivores.LaSalle Adams Fund Board Meeting. Chico Hot Springs, Montana (invited talk).

Phillips, M. K. July 1999.Wolf recovery in the Southern Rockies.Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Senior Staff, Missoula, Montana (invited talk).

Phillips, M. K. June 1999.Private efforts the conserve biodiversity.National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Annual Board Meeting, Big Sky, Montana (invited talk).

Phillips, M. K. June 1999.Private efforts to conserve biodiversity.Brainerd Foundation Meeting, Flying D Ranch, Montana (invited talk).

Phillips, M. K. June 2000.Turner Endangered Species Fund and comments about wolf-livestock conflicts.Park County Environmental Council Monthly Meeting, Emigrant, Montana.

Phillips, M. K. June 2000.Wolves, condors, and trout: a private effort to save nature.Forest Guardians Annual Conference, Kingston, New Mexico (invited keynote talk).

Phillips, M. K. March 1999.Private efforts of conserve biological diversity.Northwest Section of The Wildlife Society Annual Conference, Bozeman, Montana (invited talk).

Phillips, M. K. March 2000.Mexican wolf recovery and development of a management center of excellence at Vermejo Park Ranch.U.S. Fish and Wildlife Regional Directorate, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Phillips, M. K. March 2000.Turner Endangered Species Fund and wolf recovery in the Southern Rockies.U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Directorate, Washington, D. C.

Phillips, M. K. May 1999.Private efforts to conserve biodiversity.Private efforts to conserve biodiversity. Greater Yellowstone Coalition's Annual Flying D Fundraiser, Flying D Ranch, Montana (invited talk).

Phillips, M. K. May 2000.Turner Endangered Species Fund and wolf recovery.Environmental Grantmakers Meeting, Flying D Ranch, Bozeman, MT.

Phillips, M. K. May 2000.Wolves, condors, and trout: a private effort to save nature.Denver Museum of Nature and Science "Wolf-Red Wolf Symposium", Denver, Colorado (invited keynote talk).

Phillips, M. K. November 1997.The Turner Endangered Species Fund and wolf recovery.The Wolf Stock Annual Yellowstone Fundraiser. Park City, Utah.

Phillips, M. K. November 1998.The future of wolf recovery.Defenders of Wildlife conference "Restoring the Wolf: A Conference on Wolf Biology, Recovery, Management, and Activism", Seattle, Washington (invited talk).

Phillips, M. K. November 2000.A world without large carnivores: does wolf recovery offer an alternative.Defenders of Wildlife Conference "Carnivores 2000", Denver, Colorado (invited plenary talk).

Phillips, M. K. November 2000.Wolf recovery in the Southern Rockies.Denver Zoo Evening Lecture Series, Denver, Colorado.

Phillips, M. K. October 2010.Restore to what: where do the Mexican wolf and bolson tortoise belong?.Montana State Ecology Department Seminar, Bozeman, Montana.

Phillips, M. K. September 1997.Wolf recovery.Evening Lecture Series at the University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado.

Phillips, M. K. September 1999.Private efforts to conserve biological diversity.National Wildlife Federation's Annual Board Meeting, Flying D Ranch, Montana.

Phillips, M. K. September 1999.Private efforts to conserve biological diversity.The Society for Ecological Restoration Annual Conference, San Francisco, California (invited talk).

Phillips, M. K. September 1999.Wolf restoration to the Southern Rockies.Presentation for Representatives from the CS Ranch, Cimarron, New Mexico.

Phillips, M. K. September 1999.Wolf restoration to the Southern Rockies.Presentation to the Executive Director, Whittington Center, Raton, New Mexico.

Phillips, M. K. September 1999.Wolf restoration to the Southern Rockies.Senior Staff Presentation Carson National Forest, Taos, New Mexico.

Phillips, M. K. 1990.Measures of the value and success of a reintroduction project: red wolf reintroduction in Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge.Endangered Species Update 8:24-26.

Phillips, M. K. 1997.In Support of reintroduction.International Wolf 7:3-8.

Phillips, M. K. 1998.Individual rights and the Endangered Species Act: the Yellowstone wolf reintroduction as a case study.International Wolf 8:9-12.

Phillips, M. K. 2014.Wolf restoration: many matters of concern.Invited Guest Speaker, Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico, February, 2014.

Phillips, M. K. and D. W. Smith. March 1998.Gray wolves and private landowners in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.63rd North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, Orlando, Florida (invited talk).

Phillips, M. K., and K. E. Kunkel. May 2000.Private efforts to conserve biological diversity.Society for Conservation Biology, Missoula, MT. (poster presentation).

Phillips, M. K., and K. E. Kunkel. May 2000.Private efforts to conserve biological diversity.Western Forest Carnivore Committee Annual Meeting, Whitefish, MT.

Phillips, M. K., and K. E. Kunkel. April 2000.Wolves, condors and trout: a private effort to save nature.North American Interagency Wolf Conference 2000, Chico Hot Springs, Montana.

Phillips, M. K., and K. E. Kunkel. July 1999.Wolf restoration and private efforts to conserve biotic diversity.National Fish and Wildlife Foundation's Annual Board Meeting, Big Sky, Montana (invited banquet talk).

Phillips, M. K., and K. E. Kunkel. September 1999.Private efforts to conserve biological diversity.The Wildlife Society Annual Conference, Austin, Texas.

Phillips, M. K., and T. R. Mader. October 2000.A proposal to restore California condors.U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service California Condor Recovery Team Meeting, Ventura, California.

Phillips, M. K., E. E. Bangs, L. D. Mech, B. T. Kelly, and B. B. Fazio. 2004.Grey wolves – Yellowstone.Pages 297-310 in D. W. Macdonald, and C. Sillero-Zubiri, editors. The biology and conservation of wild canids. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

Phillips, M. K., N. Fascione, P. Miller, and O. Byers. 2000.Wolves in the southern Rockies: a population and habitat viability assesment.IUCN/SSC Conservation Breeding Specialist Group, Apple Valley, Minnesota.

Phillips, M. K., R. Edward, T. Arapkiles. 2004.Restoring the gray wolf to the southern Rocky Mountains: anatomy of a campaign to resolve a conservation issue.Pages 240-262 in N. Fascione, A. Delach, and M. E. Smith, eds. People and predators: from conflict to coexistence. Island Press, Washington, D.C.

Phillips, M. K., V. D. Henry, and B. T. Kelly. 2003.Restoration of the red wolf.Pages 272-288 in L .D. Mech and L. Boitani, (editors). Wolves: behavior, ecology, and conservation. University of Chicago Press.

Phillips, M., and M. R. Stanley Price. 1999.Carnivore reintroductions.SSC-IUCN Reintroduction Specialist Group Newsletter No. 18.

Phillips, M., N. Fascione, P. Miller and O. Byers. 2000.Wolves in the Southern Rockies. A Population and Habitat Viability Assessment: Final Report.IUCN/SSC Conservation Breeding Specialist Group: Apple Valley, MN.

Phillips, M.K. Februaru 2001.Wolf recovery in the Southern Rockies.Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Denver, Colorado (invited talk).

Phillips, M.K. February 2001.Genesis and current status of the Turner Endangered Species Fund.Board of Directors, Montana Nature Conservancy, Bozeman, Montana (invited talk).

Phillips, M.K. June 2001.Genesis and status of the Turner Endangered Species Fund and wolf recovery in the Southern Rockies.New Mexico Farm and Livestock Bureau Annual Meeting, Taos, New Mexico (invited talk).

Phillips, M.K. June 2001.Genesis and status of the Turner Endangered Species Fund with an emphasis on avifauna conservation.California Condor Recovery Team meeting, Big Sur, California.

Phillips, M.K. March 2001.Genesis and status of the Turner Endangered Species Fund.International Wolf Center wolf fieldtrip, Bozeman, Montana.

Phillips, M.K. March 2001.Westslope cutthroat trout restoration.Trout Unlimited, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, Bozeman, Montana (invited talk).

Phillips, M.K. May 2001.Genesis and status of the Turner Endangered Species Fund.U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/Environmental Defense endangered species workshop, Missoula, Montana (invited talk).

Phillips, M.K. May 2001.History of wolf recovery in the U.S.Yellowstone Institute wolf conservation course, Lamar Ranger Station, Yellowstone National Park.

Phillips, M.K. May 2001.Southern Rockies wolf recovery.Cheyenne Mountain Zoo/Southern Rockies Wolf Information Forum, Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Phillips, M.K. October 2001.Grasslands conservation in central Montana.Turner Foundation Board of Trustees, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Phillips, M.K. 2008.Stories from the field of wildlife restoration.Invited concluding speaker First Wildlife Reintroduction Conference, Lincoln Park Zoo, Chicago, IL, April 16, 2008.

Phillips, M.K. 2008.Thoughts on Grizzly Bear and Gray Wolf Recovery.Invited speaker Greater Yellowstone Coalition 25th Annual Meeting, West Yellowstone, Montana.

Phillips, M.K. 2013.Leveraging success.Invited Plenary Lecture, Annual Meeting Montana Chapter Society for Conservation Biology, Bozeman, MT, November 6, 2013.

Phillips, M.K. 2013.Mexican wolf recovery region.2013 International Wolf Symposium, Duluth, Minnesota.

Phillips, M.K. 2013.Mexican wolf recovery: briefing to the Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.Mexican wolf recovery: briefing to the Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Washington, D.C. March 29, 2013.

Phillips, M.K. 2013.Reflections on Yellowstone.Oral Presentation, 2013 International Wolf Symposium, Duluth, MN, October 12, 2013.

Phillips, M.K. 2013.What is wolf recovery?.Invited Participant Plenary Debate, 2013 International Wolf Symposium, Duluth, MN, October 12, 2013.

Phillips, M.K. 2014.Politics, science, and wildlife conservation.Invited plenary presentation, 2014 Annual Meeting of the Montana Chapter of The Wildlife Society, Bozeman, Montana.

Phillips, M.K. 2014.Private working lands: important settings for conservation of imperiled species.Invited talk, Congress for Wildlife and Livelihoods on Private and communal Lands: Livestock, Tourism, and Spirit. September 7 – 12, 2014, YMCA of the Rockies, Estes Park, CO.

Phillips, M.K. 2014.The Past and Future of Wolves in the West: A Review of Social and Ecological Factors Shaping Wolf Restoration.Invited talk for “Building Common Futures for Western Wildlife Through Socio-Ecological Science”. YMCA of the Rockies, Estes Park, Colorado. October 2014.

Phillips, M.K. 2014.Wolf restoration: a lens to many matters of concern.Invited Banquet Lecture, 2014 Annual Meeting of the Montana Chapter of the Wildlife Society, Bozeman, Montana.

Phillips, M.K. 2014.Wolves, falcons, and trout: private land and wildlife conservation.Invited banquet presentation, 2014 Annual Meeting of the Montana Chapter of The Wildlife Society, Bozeman, Montana.

Phillips, M.K. 2015.Phillips, M.K. 2015. Wolves, Tortoises, and Trout: The World’s Most Significant Private Effort to Restore Imperiled Species.6th World Conference on Ecological Restoration: Towards Resilient Ecosystems: Restoring the Urban, the Rural and the Wild. Oral Presentation, Manchester, England. August 23-27, 2015.

Phillips, M.K. 2015.Phillips, M.K. 2015. Wolves, Tortoises, and Trout: The World’s Most Significant Private Effort to Restore Imperiled Species.Wildlife Cooperative Research Unit, Invited lecture, Oxford University, Oxford, England. August 26, 2015.

Phillips, M.K. 2016.Wolf Recovery: Past, Present and Future with a focus on Western Colorado.Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, Aspen Colorado. December 6, 2016.

Phillips, M.K. August 2001.Genesis and status of the Turner Endangered Species Fund.University of Montana Craighead Day, Flying D Ranch, Gallatin Gateway, Montana.

Phillips, M.K. August 2014.The Extinction Crisis: A Loud and Clear Call for Action.Invited Keynote Remarks, 11th Annual American Renewable Energy Day, Aspen, Colorado.

Phillips, M.K. December 2001.Southern Rockies wolf restoration.Board of Directors, International Wolf Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Phillips, M.K. February 2012.Restore To What: Where Do the Mexican Wolf and Bolson Tortoise Belong?.Montana State University Ecology Department Seminar Series. Bozeman, Montana.

Phillips, M.K. July 2012.The ultimate trump card: science or politics.Society for Conservation Biology’s North American Congress for Conservation Biology, Oakland California.

Phillips, M.K. July 2012.The world’s most significant effort to conserve imperiled species on private land.Society for Conservation Biology’s North American Congress for Conservation Biology, Oakland California.

Phillips, M.K. June 2001.Genesis and status of the Turner Endangered Species Fund.Continuing Legal Education endangered species workshop, Albuquerque, New Mexico (invited talk).

Phillips, M.K. June 2001.Genesis and status of the Turner Endangered Species Fund.Political Economic Research Center fieldtrip, Bozeman, Montana.

Phillips, M.K. June 2001.Genesis and status of the Turner Endangered Species Fund.Presentation to the Turner Foundation, Atlanta, Georgia.

Phillips, M.K. June 2001.Southern Rockies wolf recovery.1st Annual meeting of the Southwestern Carnivore Committee, Albuquerque, New Mexico (invited talk).

Phillips, M.K. June 2001.Turner Endangered Species Fund 2002 and 2003 budgets and workplans.Turner Endangered Species Fund Board of Trustees. Flying D Ranch, Gallatin Gateway, Montana.

Phillips, M.K. June 2001.Wolf recovery in the western U.S.Greater Yellowstone Coalition's annual fundraising dinner, Flying D Ranch, Gallatin Gateway, Montana.

Phillips, M.K. June 2001.Wolf recovery.Defenders of Wildlife Senior Directorate and Board of Directors from the Bailey Wildlife Foundation, Flying D Ranch, Gallatin Gateway, Montana (invited talk).

Phillips, M.K. March 2001.Genesis and status of the Turner Endangered Species Fund and wolf restoration in the Southern Rockies.Western Regional Workshop for the American Zoological Association, Colorado Springs, Colorado (invited keynote address).

Phillips, M.K. March 2001.Genesis and status of the Turner Endangered Species Fund.Antioch College biology class, Bozeman, Montana.

Phillips, M.K. March 2001.Genesis and status of the Turner Endangered Species Fund.Optimist Club, Bozeman, Montana (invited talk).

Phillips, M.K. March 2001.Status and future of the Turner Endangered Species Fund.Turner Enterprises, Inc. Annual Manager's Meeting, Bozeman, Montana.

Phillips, M.K. May 2001.Wolf recovery in the Southern Rockies.National Wildlife Federation/Colorado Wildlife Federation sponsored panel discussion "Wolf Recovery in the Southern Rockies", Lakewood, Colorado (invited talk).

Phillips, M.K. May 2001.Wolf recovery.Colorado State University graduate class and ABC News. Flying D Ranch, Gallatin Gateway Montana.

Phillips, M.K. May 2001.Wolf recovery.Greater Yellowstone Coalition fieldtrip, Flying D Ranch, Gallatin Gateway, Montana (invited talk).

Phillips, M.K. May 2012.The ultimate trump card: politics or science.Annual Meeting of the Montana Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Helena, Montana.

Phillips, M.K. October 2001.Genesis and status of the Turner Endangered Species Fund and Southern Rockies wolf recovery."Mountains and Rivers: lecture series", Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana (invited talk).

Phillips, M.K. October 2012.The ultimate trump card: politics or science.Montana State University Ecology Department Seminar Series. Bozeman, Montana.

Phillips, M.K. October 2013.Prey biomass and Mexican wolf recovery.International Wolf Symposium, Duluth, Minnesota.

Phillips, M.K. October 2013.Private efforts to conserve wolves.2013 International Wolf Symposium, Duluth, MN.

Phillips, M.K. September 2001.Conservation and the media.Jackson Hole Film Festival, Jackson, Wyoming (invited talk).

Phillips, M.K. 2005.Frontiers of Wolf Recovery.Plenary session talk. International Wolf Conference, sponsored by the International Wolf Center. Colorado Spring, CO. October 1-4. 2005.

Phillips, M.K. 2014.Conservation biologists and politicians: necessarily one and the same.Plenary Presentation, NA Congress for Conservation Biology, Society for Conservation Biology. University of Montana, Missoula.

Phillips, M.K. 2016.Wolf Recovery: Past, Present, and Future – with a focus on Western Colorado.Invited Oral Presentation, Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, December 6, 2016. Aspen, Colorado.

Phillips, M.K. 2017.Another Turn of the Crank: The Case for Wolf Restoration in Western Colorado.International Wolf 27:26-27.

Phillips, M.K. July 2014.Conservation biologists and politicians: necessarily one and the same.Plenary Presentation, 2014 North American Congress for Conservation Biology, Society for Conservation Biology. University of Montana, Missoula (invited talk).

Phillips, M.K. June 2001.Genesis and status of the Turner Endangered Species Fund.Montana Agricultural Teachers, Bozeman, Montana (invited talk).

Phillips, M.K. May 2001.Wolf recovery in the Southern Rockies.Presentation to Sierra Club and Congressman Mark Udall's chief of staff, Boulder, Colorado.

Phillips, M.K., B. Miller, K. Kunkel, P.C. Paquet, W.M. Martin and D.W. Smith. 2010.Potential for and implications of wolf restoration in the southern Rocky Mountains.Pages 197-216 in Reading, R.P., B. Miller, A. Masching, R. Edward, and M.K. Phillips (editors). Awakening spirits:wolves in the southern Rockies. Fulcrum Press, Golden Colorado, USA.

Phillips, Mike. 2013.Establishment of a desert bighorn sheep population to the Fra Cristobal Mountains. New Mexico, USA.Pages 198-202 in Soorae, P.S. (ed.) Global Re-introduction Perspectives:2013. Further Case studies from around the globe. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN/SSC Re-introduction Specialist Group and Abu Dhabi, UAE: Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi. xiv + 282 pp.

Pletscher, D. H., R. R. Ream, D. K. Boyd, M. W. Fairchild, and K. E. Kunkel. 1997.Population dynamics of a recolonizing wolf population in the Rocky Mountains.Journal of Wildlife Management 61:459-465.

Quigley, H, T. Wright, and K. Kunkel June 2001.Cougar-bighorn sheep interactions on the Armendaris Ranch New Mexico.Southwest Carnivore Committee Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Reading, R. P., B. Miller, A. L. Masching, R. Edward, and M. K. Phillips, editors. 2010.A comprehensive approach to evaluating the potential for wolf reintroduction the southern Rockies.Pages 1-12 in Reading, R.P., B. Miller, A. Masching, R. Edward and M.K. Phillips (editors). Awakening spirits: wolves in the southern Rockies. Fulcrum, Golden, Colorado, USA.

Reading, R. P., B. Miller, A. L. Masching, R. Edward, and M. K. Phillips, editors. 2010.Extermination and Recovery of the Red Wolf and Gray Wolf in the Conterminous United States.Pages 25-48 in Reading, R.P., B. Miller, A. Masching, R. Edward and M.K. Phillips (editors). Awakening spirits: wolves in the southern Rockies. Fulcrum, Golden, Colorado, USA.

Rorabaugh, J, M. Kreutzian, M. Sredl, C. Painter, R. Aguilar, J. C. Bravo, and C. Kruse. 2008.Chiricahua leopard frog inches toward recovery.Endangered Species Bulletin 33(1):11-14.

Sasmal, I., and M. K. Phillips. 2015.Swift fox re-introduction at Bad River Ranches, South Dakota, U.S.A.Pages 157 – 161 in Soorae, P.S. (ed.). Global Re-introduction perspectives: 2016. Case studies from around the globe. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN/SSC Re-introduction Specialist Group and Abu Dhabi, UAE: Environment Agency Abu Dhabi. xv + 276 pp.

Sasmal, I., Honness, K., Bly, K., McCaffery, M., Kunkel, K., Jenks, J.A., and Phillips, M. 2015.Release method evaluation for swift fox reintroduction at Bad River Ranches in South Dakota.Restoration Ecology 23:491-498.

Sasmal, I., Jenks, J.A., Grovenburg, T.W., Datta, S., Schroeder, G.M., Klaver, R.W. and Honness, K.M. 2011.Habitat Selection by Female Swift Foxes (Vulpes velox) During the Pup-Rearing Season.Prairie Naturalist 43:29–37.

Shier, D.M. 2006.Family Support Increases the Success of Translocated Prairie Dogs.Conservation Biology, 2006 Vol. 20, No. 6, 1780-1790.

Shivik, J.A., V. Asher, L. Bradley, K. Kunkel, M. Phillips, S. Breck, and E. Bangs. 2002.Electronic aversive conditioning for managing wolf depredation.Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 20:227-231.

Sime, C.A., E. Bangs, J.E. Steuber, K. Glazier, P.J. Hoover, V. Asher, K. Laudon, M. Ross and J. Trapp. 2007.Gray wolves and livestock in Montana: a recent history of damage management.Pages 16-35 in D. L. Nolte, W. M. Arjo, and D. H. Stalman, eds. Proceedings in the 12th Wildlife Damage Management Conference.

Smith, D. W., and M. K. Phillips. 2000.Northern Rocky Mountain wolf (Canis lupus nubilis).Pages 219-223 in R. Reading, and B. Miller, editors. Endangered animals: a reference guide to conflicting issues. Greenwood Press, Westport, CT, USA.

Smith, D. W., E. E. Bangs, J. K. Oakleaf, C. Mack, J. Fontaine, D. Boyd, M. Jimenez, D. H. Pletscher, C. C. Niemeyer, T. J. Meier, D. R. Stahler, J. Holyan, V. J. Asher and D. L. Murray. 2010.Survival of colonizing wolves in the northern Rocky Mountains of the United States, 1982-2004.Journal of Wildlife Management 74(4):620-634.

Smith, D. W., K. Murphy, W. Brewster, M. K. Phillips, M. Jimenez. April 2000.The Yellowstone wolves: the first 5 years.North American Interagency Wolf Conference 2000, Chico Hot Springs, Montana.

Smith, D. W., L. D. Mech, M. Meagher, W. E. Clark, R. Jaffe, M. K. Phillips, and J. A. Mack. 2000.Wolf-bison interactions in Yellowstone National Park.Journal of Mammalogy 81:1128-1135.

Smith, J. B., D. Walsh, E. Goldenstein, Z. Parsons, R. Karsch, J. Stiver, J. Cain III, K. Raedeke and J. Jenks 2014.Techniques for Capturing Bighorn Sheep Lambs.Wildlife Society Bulletin 38(1):165-174.

Sweikert & Phillips. 2015.The effect of supplemental feeding on the known survival of reintroduced aplomado falcons: implications for recovery.The effect of supplemental feeding on the known survival of reintroduced aplomado falcons: implications for recovery. Sweikert and Phillips. 2015. Journal of Raptor Research. 49(4):389-399.

Sweikert, L. March 2010.A temporary experimental release of black-footed ferrets on Bad River Ranches, South Dakota.The South Dakota Wildlife Society, Oacoma, South Dakota.

Sweikert, L. 2009.Aplomado Falcons in New Mexico. An Informational Video.Aplomado Falcons in New Mexico. An informational video. 2009. Outwest Outdoors.

Sweikert, L. 2011.Restoring Black-footed Ferrets to Bad River Ranches.Restoring Black-footed Ferrets to Bad River Ranches. The South Dakota Wildlife Society, Oacoma, South Dakota. March 2011.

Sweikert, L. A., and M. K. Phillips. 2015.Re-introducing captive bred juvenile northern aplomado falcons to south-central New Mexico, U.S.A.Pages 123 – 126 in Soorae, P.S. (ed.). Global Re-introduction perspectives: 2016. Case studies from around the globe. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN/SSC Re-introduction Specialist Group and Abu Dhabi, UAE: Environment Agency Abu Dhabi. xv + 276 pp.

Truett, J and K. Kunkel June 2001.Reducing predation impacts during reintroductions of imperiled species.Southwest Carnivore Committee Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Truett, J. February 2001.Prairie dog translocation.Colorado Front Range Prairie Dog Workshop, Fort Collins, Colorado.

Truett, J. January 2001.Prairie dog restoration.Malpais Borderland Science Conference, Douglas, Arizona.

Truett, J. September 2001.Turner Endangered Species Fund goals and activities.Southwest Environmental Center, Las Cruces, New Mexico.

Truett, J. C. February 2000.Prairie dog restoration.Southwest Region The Wildlife Society Annual Conference, Sierra Vista, Arizona.

Truett, J. C. April 2000.Bison and biodiversity.Bison 2000 Conference, Lincoln, Nebraska.

Truett, J. C. May 2000.Wildlife restoration on Turner ranches.New Mexico History Honors Society Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Truett, J. C. September 2000.Wildlife restoration on Turner ranches.Hawks Aloft Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Truett, J. C. 2002.Aplomado falcons and grazing: invoking history to plan restoration.Southwestern Naturalist 47:379-400.

Truett, J. C. 2003.Migrations of grassland communities and grazing philosophies in the Great Plains: a review and implications for management.Great Plains Research 13:3-26.

Truett, J. C., et al. February 1999.The Turner Endangered Species Fund: a private effort to conserve biodiversity.Southwest Region of The Wildlife Society Annual Conference (poster presentation).

Truett, J. C., K. Bly-Honness, D. H. Long, and M. K. Phillips. 2006.Habitat restoration and management.Pages 97-110 in J. Roelle, B. J. Miller, J. L. Godbey, and D. E. Biggins, eds. Recovery of the black-footed ferret: progress and continuing challenges. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2005-5293.

Truett, J. C., M. K. Phillips, K. Kunkel, and R. Miller. 2001.Managing Bison to restore biodiversity.Great Plains Research 11:123-144.

Truett, J., and M. Phillips. 2009.Beyond historic baselines: restoring bolson tortoises to Pleistocene range.Ecological Restoration 27:144-151.

Truett, J.C. and T. Savage. 1998.Reintroduction of prairie dogs into desert grasslands.Restoration and Management Notes (now ecological Restoration) 16: 189-195.

Truett, J.C., J.L. Dullum, M.R. Matchett, E. Owens and D. Seery. 2001.Translocating prairie dogs: a review.Wildlife Society Bulletin 29:863-872.

Truett, J.C., M.A. Zablan and K. Kunkel. 2005.Ecological impact assessments and habitat conservation plans.Pages 503-523 in C.E. Braun, ed. Techniques for wildlife investigations and management. Sixth edition. The Wildlife Society, Bethesda, M.D.

Truett, J.C., M.K. Phillips, K. Kunkel and R. Miller. 2001.Managing bison to restore biodiversity.Great Plains Research: A Journal of Natural and Social Sciences 11:123-144.

Truett, Joe C. January 1998.Mammals and reptiles of the Pedro Armendaris lava field. A study in desert biodiversity.A contribution of the Biodiversity Division, Armendaris Ranch, New Mexico.

Turner, B. 2000.Determined to Conserve.Defenders 75:44-46.

Turner, T.T., M.J. Osborne, M.V. McPhee, and C.G. Kruse. 2014.High and dry: intermittent watersheds provide a test case for genetic response of desert fishes to climate change.Conservation Genetics. April 2015, Volume 16, Issue 2, p.p. 399-410.

Vucetich, J. A., M. P. Nelson, and M. K. Phillips. 2006.The normative dimension and legal meaning of endangered and recovery in the U.S. Endangered Species Act.Conservation Biology 20:1383-1390.

Vucetich, J.A., M.P. Nelson, and M.K. Phillips. 2006.The normative dimension and legal meaning of endangered and recovery in the U.S. Endangered Species Act.Conservation Biology 20:1383-1390.

Welsch, J. 2013.Sniffing it out.Montana Quarterly 9:29-31.

Wiese, C. September 7, 2013.Trapping small animals on the Ladder Ranch, New Mexico.University of New Mexico Mammalogy lab student presentation.

Wiese, C. December 2012.The Bolson Tortoise Breeding Program on the Turner Ranches in New Mexico.10th Annual Meeting of the Turtle Survival Alliance. Tucson, Arizona.

Wiese, C. February 2012.The Bolson Tortoise Breeding Program on the Turner Ranches in New Mexico.37th Annual Meeting and Symposium of the Desert Tortoise Council. Las Vegas, Nevada.

Wiese, C. January 2012.The Bolson tortoise – a picture collage.Turner Endangered Species Fund Report.

Wiese, C. October 26, 2013.Furhman University presentation on telemetry to “Wild Semester” students.Furhman University presentation on telemetry to "Wild Semester" students.

Wiese, C. and V. Asher. February 2013 .Wildlife conservation and wildlife science careers.Rocket21-sponsored visit to a 5th grade classroom in San Bruno, California to discuss wolves and tortoises.

Wiese, C. March 25, 2013.Presentation to attendees for the “EcoGenEX” workshop on the Ladder organized by G. Roemer and Josh Donlan.Workshop on the Ladder Ranch, New Mexico organized by G. Roemer and Josh Donlan.

Wiese, C., and L. S. Hillard. 2014.Translocating Bolson Tortoise (Gopherus flavomarginatus) juveniles on Turner’s Armendaris Ranch: Lessons learned for Eventual Releases.Oral presentation, 12th Annual Symposium on the Conservation and Biology of Tortoises and Freshwater Turtles. Joint Annual meeting of the Turtle Survival Alliance and IUCN/SSC Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle Specialist Group. Orlando, Florida. August 4-7, 2014.

Wiese, C., and S. Hillard. 2015.Restoration of the bolson tortoise in the northern portion of its prehistoric range in the southwestern U.S.A.Restoration of the bolson tortoise in the northern portion of its prehistoric range in the southwestern U.S.A. Pages 56 – 61 in Soorae, P.S. (ed.). Global Re-introduction perspectives: 2016. Case studies from around the globe. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN/SSC Re-introduction Specialist Group and Abu Dhabi, UAE: Environment Agency Abu Dhabi. xv + 276 pp.

Wiese, C., L. S. Hillard, McCaffery, M., and M. K. Phillips. 2014.Restoration of a Pleistocene Relict: The Bolson Tortoise in Southern New Mexico.Oral presentation, International Conference of the Wildlife Disease Association. Albuquerque, New Mexico. July 28-August 3, 2014.

Wiese, C., S. Hillard, and M.K. Phillips. July 2012.The bolson tortoise (Gopherus flavomarginatus) breeding program on the Turner Ranches in New Mexico.10th Annual Symposium on Conservation and Biology of Tortoise and Freshwater Turtles, Tucson, Arizona.

Wilkinson, T. 2012.A big win for the westslope.Montana Outdoors. pp. 17-21.

Woolf, M. April 2000.Management of the Mexican gray wolf at the Ladder Ranch and the Turner Endangered Species Fund involvement in southwestern wolf recovery.Sierra County Chapter ofthe Sierra Club, Truth of Consequences, New Mexico (invited talk).

Woolf, M. February 2000.Management of the Mexican gray wolf at the Ladder Ranch, New Mexico.Southwest Region The Wildlife Society Annual Conference, Sierra Vista, Arizona (invited talk).

Wright, A. L., H. Quigley, and K. Kunkel. December 2000.Cougars and desert bighorns in the Fra Cristobal Range: scale, geography, and seasonality.Wright, A. L., H. Quigley, and K. Kunkel. Cougars and desert bighorns in the Fra Cristobal Range: scale, geography, and seasonality. Sixth Mountain Lion Workshop, San Antonio, Texas.

Yablonski, Kimberly K. 2014.Cherry Creek Revisited. The efforts of Turner Enterprises and the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks prove successful with the Westslope cutthroat.Yablonski, Kimberly K. 2014. Big Sky Journal.