Douglas A. James, Ph.D.

Biological Sciences University of Arkansas, Little Rock, AR 
"Douglas James"
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Khadka KK, Kannan R, Ilyas O, et al. (2017) Where are they? Where will they be? In pursuit of current and future whereabouts of endangered Himalayan musk deer Mammalian Biology. 85: 30-36
Khadka KK, Singh N, Magar KT, et al. (2017) Dietary composition, breadth, and overlap between seasonally sympatric Himalayan musk deer and livestock: Conservation implications Journal For Nature Conservation. 38: 30-36
Khadka KK, James DA. (2017) Modeling and mapping the current and future climatic-niche of endangered Himalayan musk deer Ecological Informatics. 40: 1-7
Khadka KK, James DA. (2016) Habitat selection by endangered Himalayan musk deer (Moschus chrysogaster) and impacts of livestock grazing in Nepal Himalaya: Implications for conservation Journal For Nature Conservation. 31: 38-42
Leasure DR, Kannan R, James DA. (2010) House sparrows associated with reduced Cliff Swallow nesting success Wilson Journal of Ornithology. 122: 135-138
James DA, Kannan R. (2009) Nesting habitat of the great hornbill (Buceros bicornis) in the Anaimalai hills of southern India Wilson Journal of Ornithology. 121: 485-492
James DA, Kannan R. (2007) Wild Great Hornbills (Buceros bicornis) do not use mud to seal nest cavities Wilson Journal of Ornithology. 119: 118-121
Barnhill RA, Weyer D, Young WF, et al. (2005) Breeding biology of Jabirus (Jabiru mycteria) in Belize Wilson Bulletin. 117: 142-153
Kannan R, James DA. (1999) Fruiting phenology and the conservation of the great Pied Hornbill (Buceros bicornis) in the Western Ghats of Southern India Biotropica. 31: 167-177
Doster RH, James DA. (1998) Home range size and foraging habitat of Red-cockaded Woodpeckers in the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas Wilson Bulletin. 110: 110-117
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