Original Publications


From the Publications Archive

An article in Science magazine (1919) written by C.C. Adams detailing the Roosevelt Wild Life Station

Roosevelt Wild Life Bulletin (1921), Volume 1, Number 1 (chronicles the founding of the Roosevelt Wild Life Station)

Roosevelt Wild Life Bulletin (1923), Volume 1, Number 4 (focused on birds of the Adirondacks and includes a reprinting of Teddy Roosevelt’s 1877 paper on birds)

Roosevelt Wild Life Bulletin (1925), Volume 2, Number 4 (focused on the discovery phase of Yellowstone National Park with emphasis on the large mammals therein)

Roosevelt Wild Life Annals (1932), Volume 3, Number 2

Publications of the Roosevelt Wild Life Station
Roosevelt Wild Life Bulletin

Volume I

Number 1 (Dec 1921)

  1. Foreward … G.B. Grinnell
  2. Roosevelt Wild Life State Memorial … C.C. Adams
  3. Appropriates and appreciation of the Roosevelt Wild Life Memorial … C.C. Adams
  4. Suggestions for research on North American big game and fur-bearing animals … C.C. Adams
  5. Theodore Roosevelt … H.H. Johnston
  6. Roosevelt’s part in forestry … G. Pinchot
  7. Roosevelt and wildlife … E. Heller
  8. The present economic and social conditions as results of applied science and invention … G.W. Perkins
  9. Suggestions for the management of forest wildlife in the Allegany State Park, New York … C.C. Adams
  10. Aims and status of plant and animal preserve work in Europe, with special reference to Germany … T.G. Ahrens
  11. Current station notes … The Director and Editor

Number 2 (Aug 1922)

  1. An opportunity for great public service … H.S. Graves
  2. An investigation of the beaver in Herkimer and Hamilton counties of the Adirondacks … C.E. Johnson
  3. The life of the Yellowstone beaver … E.R. Warren
  4. Current station notes … The Director and Editor

Number 3 (Mar 1923)

  1. The summer birds of the Allegany State Park … A.A. Saunders
  2. The Ruffed Grouse, with special reference to its drumming … E.J. Sawyer
  3. Current station notes … The Director and Editor

Number 4 (Mar 1923)

  1. Relations of summer birds to the western Adirondack forest … P.M. Silloway
  2. Notes on the relations of birds to Adirondack forest vegetation … C.C. Adams
  3. The summer birds of the Adirondacks in Franklin County … T. Roosevelt and H.D. Minot (reprinted, originally published 1877)
  4. Current station notes … The Director and Editor

 


Volume II

Number 1 (Oct 1923)

  1. The control of blood-sucking leeches, with an account of the leeches of Palisades Interstate Park … J. Percy Moore
  2. Preliminary report on the parasitic worms of Oneida Lake, New York … H.S. Platt
  3. Acanthocephala from the fishes of Oneida Lake, New York (H.J. VanCleave)
  4. Current station notes … The Director and Editor

Number 2 (Feb 1924)

  1. Ecology of the Plankton algae in the Palisades Interstate Park … G.M. Smith

Number 3 (Mar 1924)

  1. The status of fish culture in our inland public waters … W.C. Kendall
  2. Current station notes … The Director and Editor

Number 4 (Feb 1925)

  1. The relation of wildlife to the public in National and State Parks … C.C. Adams
  2. The big game animals of Yellowstone National Park … E. Heller
  3. The food of trout in Yellowstone National Park … R.A. Muttkowski
  4. Current station notes … The Director and Editor

 


Volume III

Number 1 (Feb 1925)

  1. The birds of the Yellowstone National Park … M.P. Skinner
  2. Current station notes … The Director and Editor

Number 2 (Mar 1925)

  1. The muskrat in New York:  its natural history and economics … C.E. Johnson
  2. Current station notes … The Director and Editor

Number 3 (Sep 1926)

  1. The summer birds of central New York marshes … A.A. Saunders
  2. Additional notes on the summer birds of Allegany State Park … A.A. Saunders
  3. Current station notes … The Director and Editor

Number 4 (Oct 1926)

  1. The economic and social importance of animals in forestry … C.C. Adams
  2. The land-economic survey in Michigan … R.A. Smith
  3. Current station notes … The Director and Editor

 


Volume IV

Number 1 (Oct 1926)

  1. The relation of birds to woodlots in New York State … W.L. McAtee
  2. Current station notes … The Director and Editor

Number 2 (Jun 1927)

  1. The predatory and fur-bearing animals of Yellowstone National Park … M.P. Skinner
  2. Current station notes … The Director and Editor

Number 3 (Jul 1927)

  1. A trout survey of the Allegany State Park in 1922 … W.C. Kendall and W.A. Dence
  2. A preliminary survey of the fish life of Allegany State Park, 1921 … T.L. Hankinson
  3. Current station notes … The Director and Editor

Number 4 (Jul 1927)

  1. The beaver in the Adirondacks:  its economic and natural history … C.E. Johnson

 


Volume V

Number 1 (Mar 1928)

  1. A preliminary wildlife and forest survey of southwestern Cattaraugus County, NY … V.H. Calahane
  2. A preliminary report of the trout streams of southwestern Cattaraugus County, NY … W.A. Dence

Number 2 (Feb 1929)

  1. The fishes of the Cranberry Lake region … W.C. Kendall and W.A. Dence
  2. The story of King’s Pond … F.A. Lucas
  3. Its fish cultural significance … W.C. Kendall

Number 3 (Sep 1929)

  1. The summer birds of the northern Adirondack Mountains … A.A. Saunders
  2. The summer birds of the Adirondacks in Franklin County, NY … T. Roosevelt and H.D. Minot (reprinted, originally published 1877)

Number 4 (Aug 1930)

  1. The biology of the voles of New York … R.T. Hatt
  2. The relation of mammals to the Harvard Forest … R.T. Hatt

 


Volume VI

Number 1 (Mar 1931)

  1. A biological reconnaissance of the Peterboro Swamp and the Labrador Pond areas … C.J. Spiker

Number 2 (Oct 1933)

  1. The white-tailed deer of the Adirdonacks.  Part 1 (preliminary survey) and Part 2 (summer ecology) … M.T. Townsend and M.W. Smith
  2. Some late winter and early spring observations on the white-tailed deer of the Adirondacks … C.J. Spiker

Number 3 (Jul 1935)

  1. A popular account of the bird life of the Finger Lakes section of New York … C.J. Spiker

Number 4 (Jan 1937)

  1. Wildlife of the Archer and Anna Huntington Wildlife Forest Station.  Part 1 (land vertrebrates) … C.E. Johnson
  2. Part 2 (waters and fish) … W.A. Dence

 


Volume VII

Number 1 (Oct 1937)

  1. The effect of deer browsing on certain western Adirondack forest types … J. Pearce

Number 2 (Oct 1939)

  1. The ecology and economics of the birds along the northern boundary of New York State … A.S. Hyde

Number 3 (Nov 1940)

  1. Wildlife of the Archer and Anna Huntington Wildlife Forest Station.  Part 3 (study of Dwarf Sucker, Catostomus commersonnii utawana) … W.A. Dence
  2. Part 4 (ferns and flowing plants) … H.F. Heady
  3. Part 5 (lichens) … J.L. Lowe
  4. Part 6 (fungi) … A.H. Smith

Number 4 (Sep 1941)

  1. History, policy and program of the Huntington Wildlife Forest Station … R.T. King, W.A. Dence, and W.L. Webb
  2. Forest zoology and its relation to a wildlife program as applied on the Huntington Forest … R.T. King

 


Volume VIII

Number 1 (Jun 1942)

  1. Littoral vegetation of the lakes on the Huntington Forest … H.F. Heady

Number 2 (Jun 1942)

  1. Annotated list of mosses of the Huntington Forest … H.F. Heady

Number 3 (Apr 1943)

  1. Ruffed Grouse management … R.T. King

Number 4 (Jun 1948)

  1. Life history, ecology, and habits of the dwarf sucker at the Huntington Wildlife Station … W.A. Dence

 


Volume IX

Number 1 (Aug 1950)

  1. The edge effect of the lesser vegetation of certain Adirondack forest types with particular reference to deer and grouse … F.B. Barick.

 

Roosevelt Wild Life Annals

Volume I

Numbers 1 and 2 (Oct 1926)

  1. A study of the beaver in the Yancey Region of the Yellowstone National Park (E.H. Warren)
  2. Notes on the beaver colonies in the Longs Peak Region of Estes Park, Colorado (E.H. Warren)

Numbers 3 and 4 (Nov 1928)

  1. The ecology and economics of Oneida Lake fish (C.C. Adams and T.L. Hankinson)

 


Volume II

Number 1 (Mar 1929)

  1. The red squirrel:  its life history and habits, with special reference to the Adirondacks of New York and the Harvard Forest (R.T. Hatt)

Number 2 (Oct 1929)

  1. The ecology of trout streams in Yellowstone National Park (R.T. Muttkowski)
  2. The food of trout streams in Yellowstone National Park (R.A. Muttkowski and G.M. Smith)

Numbers 3 and 4 (Jan 1932)Ornithology of the Oneida Lake Region:  with reference to the late spring and summer seasons (D. Stoner)

 


Volume III

Number 1 (Jan 1932)

  1. Parasites of Oneida Lake fishes.  Part I.  Descriptions of new genera and new Species (H.J. VanCleave and J.F. Mueller)

Number 2 (Oct 1932)

  1. Parasites of Oneida Lake fishes.  Part 2.  Descriptions of new species and some general taxonomic considerations, especially concerning the trematode family Heterophyidae (J.F. Mueller and H.J. VanCleave)
  2. Trichodina renicola, a ciliate parasite of the urinary bladder of Esox niger (J.F. Mueller)

Numbers 3 and 4 (Jul 1934)

  1. Parasites of Oneida Lake fishes.  Part 3.  A biological and ecological survey of the worm parasites (H.J. VanCleave and J.F. Mueller)
  2. Part 4.  Additional notes on parasites of Oneida Lake fishes, including descriptions of new species (J.F. Mueller)

 


Volume IV

Number 1 (Dec 1935)

  1. Studies on some small mammals of central New York (M.T. Townsend)

Number 2 (May 1936)

  1. Studies on the Bank Swallow, Riparia riparia riparia (D. Stoner)

 

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