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Alabama Natural Heritage Program. 1996. The Red Cockaded Woodpecker: Information for Alabama Forest Landowners, 1996. Brochure and survey form prepared for Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Game and Fish Division. 6 pp.

Allison, J. R. 1995. Threatened and Endangered Species: A “Lost World” in Bibb County, Alabama. Alabama’s Treasured Forests, Alabama Forestry Commission, Fall 1995: 10-11.

Bailey, M. A. 1990. Movement of the dusky gopher frog (Rana areolata sevosa) at a temporary pond in the lower coastal plain of Alabama. Pp. 27-43 in C. K. Dodd Jr., R. E. Ashton Jr., R. Franz and E. Ester (eds.). Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Meeting of the Gopher Tortoise Council. Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville, FL.

Bailey, M. A. 1990. The dusky gopher frog in Alabama. Paper presented at Symposium of the Status of Endangered Species in Alabama. Alabama Academy of Science, Mobile College, Mobile, AL. 8 pp.

Bailey, M. A. 1990. The frog that lives with the tortoise. Alabama Conservation, January/February 1990: 28-29, 34.

Bailey, M. A. 1991. The dusky gopher frog in Alabama. Journal of the Alabama Academy of Science 62(1): 28-34.

Bailey, M. A. 1992. Alabama’s Threatened and Endangered Species: The sandy-mounder. Alabama’s Treasured Forests, Alabama Forestry Commission, Fall 1992.

Bailey, M. A. 1992. Fire and our natural heritage: Rare plants, animals, and natural communities. Alabama’s Treasured Forests, Alabama Forestry Commission, Winter 1992: 28-30.

Bailey, M. A. 1995. The Red Hills salamander. Alabama's Treasured Forests 14(1):28-29.

Bailey, M. A. 1995. The wood frog: Voice of the February night. Alabama Conservation, Winter 1995: 30-31.

Bailey, M. A. 1996. Monitoring amphibians and reptiles: The Alabama Herp Atlas. Outdoor Alabama, Summer, 1996. pp. 24-27.

Bailey, M. A. 1996. The red-cockaded woodpecker in Alabama. Alabama’s Treasured Forests, Alabama Forestry Commission, Summer 1996: 26-27.

Bailey, M. A. 1997. Alabama Herp Atlas Project: Teacher and Student Guide. Publication funded by Legacy, Inc., Partners in Environmental Education. pp. 1-17.

Bailey, M. A. 1998. Bringing back the bear. Alabama Wildlife, Spring 1998: 27.

Bailey, M. A. 1998. Snakes of Alabama: Fact and fiction. Alabama’s Treasured Forests, Alabama Forestry Commission, Spring 1998: 28-30.

Bailey, M. A., M. J. Aresco, G. R. Cline, G. W. Folkerts, J. C. Godwin, C. Guyer, M. H. Hughes, J. B. Jensen, K. R. Marion, D. B. Means, P. E. Moler, R. H. Mount, D. H. Nelson, M. G. Peterson, E. C. Soehren, D. W. Speake, and T. Wibbles. 2004. Amphibians and reptiles. Pp. 101-132 in R. E. Mirarchi, ed. Alabama Wildlife. Volume 1. A checklist of vertebrates and selected invertebrates: Aquatic mollusks, fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Bailey, M., B. Hastings, E. Spadgenske, and J. Stivers. 2007. Alabama’s Red-cockaded Woodpecker Safe Harbor Agreement: Sehoy and Enon Plantations lead the way. Alabama Wildlife 71(2):25-27 (Summer 2007)

Barbour, M. S. 2004. Identifying rare species in the Middle Coosa River Watershed. NPS News, Alabama Nonpoint Source Program Newsletter, 2004 Spring/Summer Edition. p. 3.

Barbour, M. S. 2004. Use of GIS by the Alabama Natural Heritage Program. Proceedings of the First Annual Geographic Information System Symposium at Troy State University.

Barnes, T. G. 1995. Biodiversity. Alabama Wildlife, Summer 1995: 19-23.

Bart, H. L., Jr., M. A. Bailey, R. E. Ashton, Jr., and P. E. Moler. 1997. Taxonomic and nomenclatural status of the upper Black Warrior River waterdog. Journal of Herpetology 31:192-201.

Best, T. L., J. L. Dusi, B. D. Hart, T. H. Henry, M. K. Hudson, J. R. Jordan, W. M. Kiser, J. A. Lewis, M. S. Mitchell, and M. C. Wooten. 2004. Mammals. Pp. 185-202 in R. E. Mirarchi, ed. Alabama Wildlife. Volume 1. A checklist of vertebrates and selected invertebrates: Aquatic mollusks, fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Blankenship, E. L., M. A. Bailey, K. Schnuelle, and B. Hauge. 1995. Sternotherus carinatus (razorback musk turtle). Herpetological Rev. 26(2): 106-107.
Carroll, A., E. L. Blankenship, M. A. Bailey, and C. Guyer. 2000. An estimate of maximum local population density of Red Hills salamanders (Phaeognathus hubrichti). Amphibia-Reptilia 21:260-263.

Counts, T., J. Hilton, and B. McCollum. 2001. Wildlife habitat management: A comprehensive year-around approach. Alabama Wildlife, Spring 2001: 17-23. ( http://www.alnhp.org/articles/2001_Wildlife_Habitat_Management.pdf )

Emanuel, C. M. 1997. Threatened and Endangered Species: Trumpets in the woods. Alabama’s Treasured Forests, Alabama Forestry Commission, Fall 1997: 24.

Emanuel, C. M. 1998. Threatened and Endangered Species: Sadie Price’s potato-bean. Alabama’s Treasured Forests, Alabama Forestry Commission, Summer 1998: 7.

Emanuel, C. M., and J. Braswell. 2002. Coastal Plains Chapter Restoration Project Feature: “From titi to wet pine savanna”. Newsletter of Coastal Plain Chapter of Society for Ecological Restoration 2(1): 3,5.

Garrett, J.. 2004. Alabama: Home sweet home to many unique species…(and too many exotics!). Alabama Wildlife 68 (2): 17-23 (Spring, 2004).

Garrett, J.. 2005. Coming Soon: Alabama’s red-cockaded woodpecker safe harbor agreement. Alabama Wildlife 69(3):26-28 (Fall 2005).

Glass-Godwin, L. and J. C. Godwin. 1999. Life Down Under. Ranger Rick, July 1999:17-22

Godwin, J. C. 1999. Threatened and Endangered Species: Threatened and Endangered Fish of Alabama. Alabama’s Treasured Forests, Alabama Forestry Commission, Spring 1999:8

Godwin, J.. 1999. Alabama’s Threatened & Endangered Species: Alabama Lampmussel and Pale Lilliput. Alabama’s Treasured Forests, Alabama Forestry Commission, Winter 1999.

Godwin, J. C. 2001. Threatened and Endangered Species: Creatures of the Dark. Alabama’s Treasured Forests, Alabama Forestry Commission, Summer 2001:17.

Godwin, J. 2001. Alabama’s Freshwater Turtles. Alabama Wildlife, Summer 2001:22-25.

Godwin, J. C. 2004. Barbour’s Map Turtle, Graptemys barbouri. Pp. 77-78 in R. E. Mirarchi, M. A. Bailey, T. M. Haggerty, and T. L. Best, eds. Alabama Wildlife. Volume 3. Imperiled amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Godwin, J. C. 2004. Barbour’s Map Turtle, Graptemys barbouri. P. 171 in R. E. Mirarchi, M. A. Bailey, J. T. Garner, T. M. Haggerty, T. L. Best, M. F. Mettee, and P. E. O’Neil, eds. Alabama Wildlife. Volume 4. Conservation and management recommendations for imperiled wildlife. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Godwin, J. C. 2004. Eastern Indigo Snake, Drymarchon couperi. Pp. 77-78 in R. E. Mirarchi, M. A. Bailey, T. M. Haggerty, and T. L. Best, eds. Alabama Wildlife. Volume 3. Imperiled amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Godwin, J. C. 2004. Eastern Indigo Snake, Drymarchon couperi. P. 156 in R. E. Mirarchi, M. A. Bailey, J. T. Garner, T. M. Haggerty, T. L. Best, M. F. Mettee, and P. E. O’Neil, eds. Alabama Wildlife. Volume 4. Conservation and management recommendations for imperiled wildlife. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Godwin, J. C. 2004. Northern Pine Snake, Pituophis melanoleucus melanoleucus. Pp. 68-69 in R. E. Mirarchi, M. A. Bailey, T. M. Haggerty, and T. L. Best, eds. Alabama Wildlife. Volume 3. Imperiled amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Godwin, J. C. 2004. Northern Pine Snake, Pituophis melanoleucus melanoleucus. Pp. 167-168 in R. E. Mirarchi, M. A. Bailey, J. T. Garner, T. M. Haggerty, T. L. Best, M. F. Mettee, and P. E. O’Neil, eds. Alabama Wildlife. Volume 4. Conservation and management recommendations for imperiled wildlife. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Godwin, J. C. 2004. Razor-backed Musk Turtle, Sternotherus carinatus. Pp. 79-80 in R. E. Mirarchi, M. A. Bailey, T. M. Haggerty, and T. L. Best, eds. Alabama Wildlife. Volume 3. Imperiled amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Godwin, J. C. 2004. Razor-backed Musk Turtle, Sternotherus carinatus. Pp. 171-172 in R. E. Mirarchi, M. A. Bailey, J. T. Garner, T. M. Haggerty, T. L. Best, M. F. Mettee, and P. E. O’Neil, eds. Alabama Wildlife. Volume 4. Conservation and management recommendations for imperiled wildlife. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Godwin, J. C. 2004. Tennessee Cave Salamander, Gyrinophilus palleucus. Pp. 33-34 in R. E. Mirarchi, M. A. Bailey, T. M. Haggerty, and T. L. Best, eds. Alabama Wildlife. Volume 3. Imperiled amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Godwin, J. C. 2004. Tennessee Cave Salamander, Gyrinophilus palleucus. P. 153 in R. E. Mirarchi, M. A. Bailey, J. T. Garner, T. M. Haggerty, T. L. Best, M. F. Mettee, and P. E. O’Neil, eds. Alabama Wildlife. Volume 4. Conservation and management recommendations for imperiled wildlife. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Godwin, J. C. 2004. The search continues: Has the flatwoods salamander disappeared from Alabama. Outdoor Alabama, July 2004: 20-21.

Godwin, J. C. 2005. Paint Rock River Watershed. Pp 82-90. 2005 National Speleolgical Society Convention Guidebook. National Speleological Society, Huntsville, AL.

Godwin, J. C. 2008. Cave Salamander, Eurycea lucifuga. Pages 195-197 in: Jensen, J. B., C. D. Camp, W. Gibbons, and M. J. Elliott, editors. Amphibians and Reptiles of Georgia. University of Georgia Press. 575 pages.

Godwin, J. C. 2008. Long-tailed Salamander, Eurycea longicauda. Pages 192-194 in: Jensen, J. B., C. D. Camp, W. Gibbons, and M. J. Elliott, editors. Amphibians and Reptiles of Georgia. University of Georgia Press. 575 pages.

Godwin, J. C. 2008. Pickerel Frog, Rana (Lithobates) palustris. Pages 118-120 in: Jensen, J. B., C. D. Camp, W. Gibbons, and M. J. Elliott, editors. Amphibians and Reptiles of Georgia. University of Georgia Press. 575 pages.

Godwin, J. and C. Jenkins. 2009. Eastern indigo snake: past, present, and future. Alabama Wildlife 73(2):18-20 (Spring 2009)

Gunn, S. C. 1990. Alabama wildflowers: Beyond their beauty. Alabama Conservation, May/June 1990: 4-7.

Gunn, S. C. 1991. A place in the sun. Alabama Conservation, November/December 1991: 10-12, 34.

Gunn, S. C. 1991. Little River, big opportunity. Alabama Conservation, May/June 1991: 4-6.

Gunn, S. C. 1992. While it is day. Alabama Conservation, Summer 1992: 8-11.

Hart, B. D. 2000. Alabama's Appalachian cottontail. Alabama Wildlife, Alabama Wildlife Federation, Winter 2000-2001: 8-9.

Hart, B. D. 2000. Threatened and endangered species: eastern indigo snake. Alabama's Treasured Forests, Alabama Forestry Commission, Fall 2000: 13.

Hart, B. D. 2000. The wild file: Red Hills salamander. Alabama Wildlife, Alabama Wildlife Federation, Summer 2000: 22.

Hart, B. D. 2002. Threatened and Endangered species: Mitchell's satyr in Alabama. Alabama's Treasured Forests, Alabama Forestry Commission, Winter 2002: 26 & 31.

Hart, B. D. 2003. The Safe Harbor Program and the Red-Cockaded Woodpecker. Alabama Wildlife, Alabama Wildlife Federation, Summer 2003: 18-19.

Hart, B. D. 2004. Appalachian cottontail Sylvilagus obscurus. Pp. 201-203 in R. E. Mirarchi, M. A. Bailey, T. M. Haggerty, and T. L. Best, eds. Alabama Wildlife. Volume 3. Imperiled amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Hart, B. D. 2004. Appalachian cottontail Sylvilagus obscurus. P. 201 in R. E. Mirarchi, M. A. Bailey, J. T. Garner, T. M. Haggerty, T. L. Best, M. F. Mettee, and P. E. O’Neil, eds. Alabama Wildlife. Volume 4. Conservation and management recommendations for imperiled wildlife. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Hart, B. D. 2004. Marsh Rabbit Sylvilagus palustris. Pp. 200-201 in R. E. Mirarchi, M. A. Bailey, T. M. Haggerty, and T. L. Best, eds. Alabama Wildlife. Volume 3. Imperiled amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Hart, B. D. 2004. Marsh Rabbit Sylvilagus palustris. Pp. 200-201 in R. E. Mirarchi, M. A. Bailey, J. T. Garner, T. M. Haggerty, T. L. Best, M. F. Mettee, and P. E. O’Neil, eds. Alabama Wildlife. Volume 4. Conservation and management recommendations for imperiled wildlife. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Hastings, R. W. 2006. Alabama’s venomous snakes: Be aware! Alabama Wildlife 70(1):28-30

Hastings, R. W. 2006. Is there a jewel in your TREASURE forest? Alabama’s Treasured Forests, 25(3): 20-21 (Fall 2006).

Hastings, R. W., and B. D. Hart. 2004. The southern hognose snake in Alabama: Does it still exist? Alabama Wildlife 68 (3): 18-19 (Summer, 2004).

Hastings, R. W., and F. M. Parauka. 2004. Gulf Sturgeon Acipenser oxyrinchus desotoi. Pp. 204-205 in R. E. Mirarchi, J. T. Garner, M. F. Mettee, and P. E. ONeil, eds. Alabama Wildlife. Volume 2. Imperiled aquatic mollusks and fishes. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Hastings, R. W., and F. M. Parauka. 2004. Gulf Sturgeon Acipenser oxyrinchus desotoi. P. 138 in R. E. Mirarchi, M. A. Bailey, J. T. Garner, T. M. Haggerty, T. L. Best, M. F. Mettee, and P. E. O’Neil, eds. Alabama Wildlife. Volume 4. Conservation and management recommendations for imperiled wildlife. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Hilton, J.. 1995. Threatened and Endangered Species: Alabama leather flower. Alabama’s Treasured Forests, Alabama Forestry Commission, Spring 1995: 18-19.

Hilton, J.. 1998. Threatened and Endangered Species: Lyrate bladderpod. Alabama’s Treasured Forests, Alabama Forestry Commission, Winter 1998: 7.

Hilton, J.. 1999. Biological Diversity in the Longleaf Pine Ecosystem. Alabama’s Treasured Forests, Alabama Forestry Commission, Fall 1999: 28-29.

Hilton, J.. 1999. Threatened and Endangered Species: Leafy Prairie Clover. Alabama’s Treasured Forests, Alabama Forestry Commission, Summer 1999.

Hilton, J.. 2000. Alabama’s Biological Diversity. Alabama Wildlife, Alabama Wildlife Federation, Summer 2000: 23-25.

Hilton, J.. 2000. What is a Natural Heritage Program? Alabama’s Treasured Forests, Alabama Forestry Commission, Spring 2000.

Hubbard, T. 1989. Preserving Alabama’s natural heritage. Alabama Conservation, January/February 1989: 24.

Jenson, J. B., J. G. Palis, and M. A. Bailey. 1995. Rana capito sevosa (dusky gopher frog): Submerged vocalization. Herpetological Review 26 (2): 98

Lein, G., G. Lewis, D. Nelson, J. Hilton, M. Bailey, and D. Phillips. 1999. The Mobile-Tensaw River Delta. Alabama Wildlife, Special Issue.

Mettee, M. F., P. E. O’Neil, H. L. Bart, P. D. Blanchard, H. T. Boschung, D. J. Drennen, R. W. Hastings, E. Irwin, C. E. Johnston, B. R. Kuhajda, G. Lein, F. Parauka, J. M. Pierson, T. E. Shepard, P. Shute, J. R. Shute, R. A. Stiles, and M. L. Warren. 2004. Fishes. Pp. 59-100 in R. E. Mirarchi, ed. Alabama Wildlife. Volume 1. A checklist of vertebrates and selected invertebrates: Aquatic mollusks, fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Roedel, M.. 2000. Threatened and Endangered Species: The American burying beetle. Alabama’s Treasured Forests, Alabama Forestry Commission, Summer 2000.

Schotz, A. R. 2001. Threatened and Endangered Species: Mohr’s barbara button. Alabama’s Treasured Forests, Alabama Forestry Commission, Spring 2001: 8.

Schotz, A. R. 2001. Threatened and Endangered Species: Eggert’s sunflower. Alabama’s Treasured Forests, Alabama Forestry Commission, Fall 2001: 25.

Schotz, A. R. 2003. Threatened & Endangered Species: Giant Orchid. Alabama's Treasured Forests, Alabama Forestry Commission. Vol. 22, No. 1 (Winter, 2003): 28-29.

Schotz, A. R. 2005. Noteworthy collections: Alabama - Lindera melissifolia. Castanea 70:317.

Schotz, A. R. 2009. Small white lady’s-slipper. Alabama’s Treasured Forests 18(1): 22. (Spring 2009)

Soehren, E. C., and J. C. Godwin. 2004. Alligator Snapping Turtle, Macrochelys temminckii. Pp. 75-77 in R. E. Mirarchi, M. A. Bailey, T. M. Haggerty, and T. L. Best, eds. Alabama Wildlife. Volume 3. Imperiled amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Soehren, E. C., and J. C. Godwin. 2004. Alligator Snapping Turtle, Macrochelys temminckii. Pp. 170-171 in R. E. Mirarchi, M. A. Bailey, J. T. Garner, T. M. Haggerty, T. L. Best, M. F. Mettee, and P. E. O’Neil, eds. Alabama Wildlife. Volume 4. Conservation and management recommendations for imperiled wildlife. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.



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