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Greenberg, Russell S., Maldonado, Jesús E., Droege, S. and McDonald, M. Victoria. 2006. Terrestrial Vertebrates of Tidal Marshes: Evolution, Ecology, and Conservation Camarillo, CA: Cooper Ornithological Society.

Greenberg, Russell S., Maldonado, Jesús E., Droege, S. and McDonald, M. Victoria. 2006. Tidal Marshes: A Global Perspective on the Evolution and Conservation of Their Terrestrial Vertebrates. Bioscience, 56(8): 675-685. doi:10.1641/0006-3568(2006)56[675:TMAGPO]2.0.CO;2

McDonald, M. V. and Greenberg, Russell S. 2006. Social behavior of North American tidal-marsh vertebrates. In: Greenberg, Russell S., Maldonado, Jesús E., Droege, S. and McDonald, M. Victoria, Terrestrial Vertebrates of Tidal Marshes: Evolution, Ecology, and Conservation.. Camarillo, CA: Cooper Ornithological Society, pp.119-129.

McDonald, M. V. 1998. Kentucky Warbler (Oporornis formosus). The Birds of North America, Inc, 9(324): 1-20.

Rappole, John H. and McDonald, M. Victoria. 1998. A response to Latta and Baltz. The Auk, 115: 246-251.

Mabey, S. E. and McDonald, M. Victoria. 1995. Kentucky Warbler. Virginia Breeding Bird Atlas Species., : 000

McShea, William J., McDonald, M. Victoria, Meier, Rudolf, Morton, Eugene S. and Rappole, John H. 1995. Long term trends in habitat selection by Kentucky warblers as determined by GIS. The Auk, 112: 375-381.

Rappole, John H. and McDonald, M. Victoria. 1994. Cause and effect in population declines of migratory birds. The Auk, 111(3): 652-660.

Moore, F. R. and McDonald, M. Victoria. 1993. On the possibility that intercontinental landbird migrants mate en route. The Auk, 110(1): 157-160.

McDonald, M. V. 1991. Experimental manipulation of singing rate and its effect on cosnpecifics. Wellington, N.Z.: New Zealand Ornithological Congress Trust Board.

McDonald, M. V. and Greenberg, Russell S. 1991. Nest departure calls in female songbirds. The Condor, 93: 365-373.

McDonald, M. V. 1990. Gulf coast salt marsh. Journal of Field Ornithology, 61 (Suppl.)(1): 77

McDonald, M. V. and McShea, William J. 1990. Tulip tree-hickory forest. Journal of Field Ornithology, 61 (Suppl.)(1): 45-46.

McDonald, M. V. 1989. Gulf Coast Salt Marsh. Journal of Field Ornithology, 60(1): 68 (Suppl)

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