Books & chapters
Wolfe, J. D., R. S. Terrill, E. I. Johnson, L. L. Powell and T. B. Ryder. 2019. Neotropical bird molt: introduction to variation and adaptation. Studies in Avian Biology, CRC Press in press.
Albert, S., J. Wolfe, J. Kellerman, T. Sherry, and B. Stutchbury. 2019. The Importance of Neotropical Habitats for North American-breeding Migrants. Studies in Avian Biology, CRC Press in press.
Johnson, E. I. and J. D. Wolfe. 2017. Molt in Neotropical Birds: Life History and Aging Criteria. Studies in Avian Biology, CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, Boca Raton, Florida.
See review by Peter Pyle in Journal of Field Ornithology: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jofo.12241/abstract
* indicates student author
Miller, S., J. Wiethase, A. Etingue, E. Franklin, M. Fero, J. Wolfe, L. Powell and M. Gonder. 2019. The impact of new road construction on a pristine Afrotropical mountain: A case study using avian communities on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea. In review.
Stouffer, P. C., V. Jirinec, C. L. Rutt, R. O. Bierregaard, Jr., A. Hernández-Palma, E. I. Johnson, S. R. Midway, L. L. Powell, J. D. Wolfe, T. E. Lovejoy. 2019. Long-term bird community change in undisturbed Amazonian rainforest: Pervasive abundance declines and a shifting baseline. In review.
Wolfe, J. D., K. E. Brzeski, C. West, G. M. Jarvi, T. Williams, K. Barnes and S. Beesley. 2019. Feral cattle monitoring in Northern California: first steps towards removal and habitat restoration. In review.
Figueira, L., P. Martins, C. J. Ralph, J. L. Stephens, J. D. Alexander and J. D., Wolfe. 2019. Effects of breeding and molt activity on songbird site fidelity. In review.
Wolfe, J. D., P. C. Stouffer, R. O. Bierregaard, Jr., D. Luther and T. E. Lovejoy. 2019. Effects of a regenerating matrix on the survival of birds in tropical forest fragments. In review.
Wolfe, J. D. and P. Elizondo. 2019. Integrating bird conservation into ecosystem service payments and carbon offsets: a case study from Costa Rica. In review.
Long, L. L., F. K. Lake, J. L. Stephens, J. D. Alexander, and J. D. Wolfe. 2019. Using culturally significant birds to guide the timing of prescribed burns in the Klamath-Siskiyou bioregion. In review
Long, L. and J. D. Wolfe. 2019. A Review the Science Directly Related to the Effects of Barred Owls (Strix varia) on Spotted Owls (Strix occidentalis). Journal of Wildlife Management 83:1281-1296.
Wolfe, J. D., J. Alexander, J. L. Stephens, C. J. Ralph. 2019. A novel approach to understanding bird communities using informed diversity estimates at local and regional scales in northern California and southern Oregon. Ecology and Evolution. 9:4431–4442.
See Klamath Bird Observatory press release: http://callnote.klamathbird.org/2019/03/23/news-release-an-improved-method-of-assessing-the-value-of-habitats-to-wildlife-incorporating-behavior-into-measures-of-species-diversity/
Rutt, C., S. Midway, V. Jirinec, J. D. Wolfe, P. C. Stouffer. 2018. Examining the microclimate hypothesis in Amazonian birds: Indirect tests of the ‘visual constraints’ mechanism. Oikos. 128:798-810
Ralph, C. J., J. D. Wolfe. 2018. Factors affecting the distribution and abundance of autumn vagrant New World warblers in northwestern California and southern Oregon. PeerJ 6:e5881
Wolfe, J. D., C. J. Ralph, A. K. Wiegardt*. 2017. Bottom-up processes influence the demography and life-cycle phenology of Hawaiian bird communities. Ecology 98:2885-2899
See USFS official press release: https://www.fs.fed.us/psw/news/2017/20171108_birdfoodconnection.shtml
See Hawaii Tribune Herald news article: http://www.hawaiitribune-herald.com/2017/11/14/hawaii-news/study-of-data-from-1970s-80s-reveals-climate-changes-affecting-native-birds/
See Wildlife Society news article: http://wildlife.org/climate-change-threats-to-hawaiian-tree-impact-birds-too/
Wiegardt, K. A.*, J. D. Wolfe, C. J. Ralph, J. L. Stephens and J. D. Alexander. 2017. Postbreeding elevational movements of western songbirds in Northern California and Southern Oregon. Ecology and Evolution 7:7750-7764.
West, C., J. D. Wolfe, A. K. Wiegardt* and T. Williams-Claussen. 2017. Feasibility of California Condor recovery in northern California: assessing spatial and temporal patterns of contaminants using Surrogate species. Condor 119: 720-731.
See Eureka Times Standard news article:
See American Ornithological Society press release:
Cooper, J., O. Johnson, T. Davis, R. Terrill, K. Brzeski., J. D. Wolfe, A. Etingüe* and L. Powell. 2017. Notes on the distribution of the avifauna of Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea, with one new country record. Malimbus 39:1-15.
Wiegardt, K. A.*, D. C. Barton and J. D. Wolfe. 2017. Post-breeding population dynamics indicate upslope molt-migration by Wilson's Warblers. Journal of Field Ornithology 88:47-52.
Brzeski, K., J. D. Wolfe., J. Cooper and L. Powell. 2016. Camera sighting of Congo Clawless otter in the midst of rapid development on mainland Equatorial Guinea. IUCN Otter Specialist Group Bulletin 33:96-101.
Tempel, D., J. Keane, R. J. Gutiérrez, J. D. Wolfe, et al. 2016. Meta-analysis of California Spotted Owl (Strix occidentalis occidentalis) territory occupancy in the Sierra Nevada: habitat associations and their implications for forest management. Condor 118:747-765.
Cooper, J. C., L. L. Powell and J.D. Wolfe. 2016. Notes on the status and distribution of the avifauna of Equatorial Guinea, including five new country records. African Bird Club Bulletin 23:152-163.
Powell, L. L., J. D. Wolfe, E. I. Johnson and P. C. Stouffer. 2016. Forest recovery in post-pasture Amazonia: Testing a conceptual model of space use by insectivorous understory birds. Biological Conservation 94: 22-30.
Wolfe, J. D. et al. 2015. Island vs. countryside biogeography: an examination of how Amazonian birds respond to forest clearing and fragmentation. Ecosphere 6.12: 1-14.
Powell, L. L., G. Z. Zurita, J. D. Wolfe, E. I. Johnson and P. C. Stouffer. 2015. Changes in habitat use at rainforest edges through succession: A case study of understory birds in the Brazilian Amazon. Biotropica 47:723-732.
Wolfe, J. D. and E. I. Johnson. 2015. Geolocator reveals migratory and winter movements of a Prothonotary Warbler. Journal of Field Ornithology 86:238–243.
See Nat’l Audubon press release:
See accompanying Audubon Magazine article:
See USDA Forest Service press release:
See Wildlife Professional article:
See Mongabay article:
Powell, L. P., J. D. Wolfe, E. I. Johnson, J. E. Hines, J. D. Nichols, P. C. Stouffer . 2015. Heterogeneous movement of insectivorous Amazonian birds through primary and secondary forest: A case study using multistate models with radiotelemetry data. Biological Conservation 188:100-108.
Wolfe, J. D., C. J. Ralph and P Elizondo. 2015. Changes in the apparent survival of a tropical bird in response to the El Nio Southern Oscillation in mature and young forest in Costa Rica. Oecologia 78:715-721. Selected cover article
See USDA Forest Service press release:
See Klamath Bird Observatory Blogpost and Press Release:
Mokross, K. Ryder, T. B., Côrtes, M. C., Wolfe, J.D. and P. C. Stouffer. 2014. Decay of interspecific avian flock networks along a disturbance gradient in Amazonia. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281:20132599.
Wolfe, J. D. and P. C. Stouffer. 2014. Variation in tropical bird survival across longitude and guilds: a case study from the Amazon. Oikos 123:964-967.
Wolfe, J. D. and E. I. Johnson. 2014. Searching for consensus in molt terminology 11 years Howell et al.’s “first basic problem.” Auk 131:371-377
Johnson, E. I. and J. D. Wolfe. 2014. Thamnophilidae (antbird) molt strategies in a central Amazonian rainforest. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 126:451-462.
Diniz, F. C. , J. D. Wolfe, M. Anciães and P. C. Stouffer. 2014. New record of Connecticut Warbler (Oporornis agilis) in Central Amazonian Brazil. Cotinga 36:127-128.
Wolfe, J. D., Johnson M.D. and C.J. Ralph. 2014. Do birds select habitat or food resources? Nearctic-Neotropic Migrants in Northeastern Costa Rica. PLOS ONE 9: e86221.
Wolfe, J. D., Johnson M.D. and C.J. Ralph. 2013. Higher mass increases annual survival of wintering Prothonotary Warblers (Protonotaria citrea) in Northeastern Costa Rica. Condor 115:163-167.
Wolfe, J. D. et al. 2013. Annual survival of birds captured in a habitat island bordered by the urban matrix of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Southeastern Naturalist 12: 492-499.
Johnson, E.I., D. Mooney and J. D. Wolfe. 2013. An eccentric preformative molt in Eastern Towhees. North American Bird Bander 38:25-27.
Wolfe, J. D. et al. 2012. Brown Thrasher (Toxostoma rufum) with bill deformity captured at Bluebonnet Swamp Nature Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Journal of Louisiana Ornithology 9:27-29
Johnson, E. I., J. D. Wolfe, and J. E. Hartgerink. 2012. Barred Owl consumes Sharp-Shinned hawk. Journal of Louisiana Ornithology 88: 21.
Wolfe, J. D. and P. Pyle. 2012. Progress in our understanding of molt patterns in Central American and Caribbean Landbirds. Ornitologia Neotropical 23:169-176.
Wolfe, J. D., Ryder, T. B., Pyle, P. and E. I. Johnson. 2012. Using molt and plumage cycles to age tropical birds: updates and recent advances. Ornitologia Neotropical 23:153-158.
Wolfe, J. D. and P.Pyle. 2011. First evidence for eccentric prealternate molt in the Indigo Bunting (Passerina cyanea): possible implications for adaptive molt strategies. Western Birds 42:33-37
Johnson, E.I., Ryder, T. B. and P. Pyle. 2011. Modifications to a molt-based ageing system proposed by Wolfe et al. (2010). 2011. Journal of Field Ornithology. 82:422–424.
Rowe, L. M. and J. D. Wolfe. 2010. Using alulas and the carpal covert to assess age in some formative and first alternative plumaged western passerines. North American Bird Bander 35:1-5.
Wolfe, J. D., Ryder, T. B. and P. Pyle. 2010. Using molt cycles to categorize the age of tropical birds: an integrative new system. Journal of Field Ornithology. 81:186–194.
See awarded best student paper from Association of Field Ornithologists:
Wolfe, J. D. 2010. Diet of some spring migrant landbirds on the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica. Journal of Caribbean Ornithology. 23:130-133.
Wolfe, J. D. and C.J. Ralph. 2009. Correlations between the El Niño southern oscillation and Nearctic-neotropical migrant condition in Central America. Auk. 126:809−814.
Ryder, T. B. and J. D. Wolfe. 2009. The current state of knowledge on molt and plumage sequences in selected tropical families: a review. Ornithologia Neotropical. 20: 1–18.
Wolfe, J. D., P. Pyle and C.J. Ralph. 2009. Breeding seasons, molt patterns, and age and sex criteria for selected Northeastern Costa Rican resident landbirds. Wilson Journal of Ornithology. 121:556–567.
Wolfe, J. D., Chandler, R. B. and D. I. King. 2009. Molt patterns, age and sex criteria for selected highland Costa Rican landbirds. Ornitologia Neotropical. 22:32-35
Elizondo, P., C.J. Ralph, J.D. Wolfe, y A.O. Ramírez. 2009. Está la proporción de sexos de una población relacionada con el decrecimiento de la capturabilidad? Mesoamericana 13: 101.
Wolfe, J.D. and C.J. Ralph. 2008. Catorce años de anillamiento de aves en Costa Rica: una visión general del Proyecto Integral de Monitoreo de Aves de Tortuguero. Mesoamericana 12:171.