David Anthony Kirk, Ph.D.
David Anthony Kirk, Ph.D.
Research Scientist and CEO, Aquila Conservation & Environment Consulting
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Birds on organic and conventional farms in Ontario: partitioning effects of habitat and practices on species composition and abundance
KE Freemark, DA Kirk
Biological Conservation 101 (3), 337-350, 2001
Turkey Vulture(Cathartes aura)
DA Kirk, MJ Mossman
The Birds of North America, 32, 1998
Population status and recent trends in Canadian raptors: a review
DA Kirk, C Hyslop
Biological Conservation 83 (1), 91-118, 1998
Past and current attempts to evaluate the role of birds as predators of insect pests in temperate agriculture
DA Kirk, MD Evenden, P Mineau
Current Ornithology, 175-269, 1996
Breeding bird communities of the western and northern Canadian boreal forest: relationship to forest type
DA Kirk, AW Diamond, KA Hobson, AR Smith
Canadian Journal of Zoology 74 (9), 1749-1770, 1996
Farmland birds in southern Ontario: field use, activity patterns and vulnerability to pesticide use
C Boutin, KE Freemark, DA Kirk
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 72 (3), 239-254, 1999
Bird–habitat relationships in jack pine boreal forests
DA Kirk, KA Hobson
Forest Ecology and Management 147 (2-3), 217-243, 2001
Lead fishing sinkers and jigs in Canada: review of their use patterns and toxic impacts on wildlife
AM Scheuhammer
(No Title), 2003
Patterns of bird species abundance in relation to granular insecticide use in the Canadian prairies
P Mineau, CM Downes, DA Kirk, E Bayne, M Csizy
Ecoscience 12 (2), 267-278, 2005
Social dominance in migrant and resident turkey vultures at carcasses: evidence for a despotic distribution?
DA Kirk, DC Houston
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 36, 323-332, 1995
Prioritizing avian conservation areas for the Yellowstone to Yukon Region of North America
JL Pearce, DA Kirk, CP Lane, MH Mahr, J Walmsley, D Casey, JE Muir, ...
Biological Conservation 141 (4), 908-924, 2008
Body condition varies with migration and competition in migrant and resident South American vultures
DA Kirk, AG Gosler
The Auk 111 (4), 933-944, 1994
A multivariate analysis of breeding bird species of western and central Canadian boreal forests: stand and spatial effects
KA Hobson, DA Kirk, AR Smith
Ecoscience 7 (3), 267-280, 2000
Diet changes in breeding Tawny Owls
J Raptor Res 26 (4), 239-242, 1992
Great Auk: Pinguinus Impennis
WA Montevecchi, DA Kirk
American Ornithologists' Union, 1996
Farmland heterogeneity benefits birds in American mid-west watersheds
KE Lindsay, DA Kirk, TM Bergin, LB Best, JC Sifneos, J Smith
American Midland Naturalist 170, 121-143, 2013
Spatial and temporal patterns of bird use of farmland in southern Ontario
C Boutin, KE Freemark, DA Kirk
Canadian Field-Naturalist 113 (3), 1999
Risk of agricultural practices and habitat change to farmland birds
D Kirk, K Lindsay, R Brook
Avian Conservation and Ecology 6 (1), 2011
Habitat associations of migrant and resident vultures in central Venezuela
DA Kirk, JEP Currall
Journal of Avian Biology, 327-337, 1994
Population changes in boreal forest birds in Saskatchewan and Manitoba
DA Kirk, AW Diamond, AR Smith, GE Holland, P Chytyk
The Wilson Bulletin, 1-27, 1997
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