SCRUB (OR CALIFORNIA) JAY ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Jerry P. Clark Fig.1. Scrub (or California) Jay (Aphelocoma coerulescens)
Primary State Biologist
California Department of Food and Agriculture
Sacramento, CA 924271-0001.

Scott E. Hygnstrom
Extension Wildlife Damage Specialist
Department of Forestry, Fisheries and Wildlife
University of Nebraska
Lincoln, NE 68583-0819

Fig. 1. Scrub (or California) jay, Aphelocoma coerulescens

Acknowledgments

Figures 1 and 3 were reproduced from Clark (1986).

Figure 2 was adapted from Robbins et al (1983) by Clint Chapman, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

For Additional Information

Beal, F. E. L. 1910. Birds of California in relation to the fruit industry. Biol. Survey Bull. No. 34. USDep. Agric.

Clark, J. P. 1986. Depredating birds. Pages 701-1 - 726-1 in J. P. Clark, ed. Vertebrate pest control handbook. Calif. Dep. Food Agric. Sacramento.

Crabb, C. A., T. P. Salmon, and R. E. Marsh. 1986. Bird problems in California pistachio production. Proc. Vertebr. Pest Conf. 12:295-298.

Peterson, R. T. 1961. A field guide to western birds. Houghton Mifflin Co. Boston. 309 pp.

Robbins, C. S., B. Brunn, and H. S. Zim. 1983. Birds of North America. Golden Press. New York. 360 pp.

Editors

Scott E. Hygnstrom; Robert M. Timm; Gary E. Larson

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