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Book Chapter
Southern WEdward.  1988.  The earth's magnetic field as a navigational cue. Modern Bioelectricity. :35-74.
Southern WEdward.  1978.  Orientation responses of Ring-billed Gull chicks: a re-evaluation. Animal Migration, Navigation, and Homing. :311-317.
Conference Proceedings
Patton SR, Southern WEdward.  1978.  The effect of nocturnal red fox predation on the nesting success of colonial gulls. 1978 Colonial Waterbird Group Conference. 1:91-101.
Southern WEdward, Jarvis WL, Brewick L..  1976.  Foraging ecology of Great Lakes region Ring-billed Gulls. Fish Eating Birds of the Great Lakes and Environmental Contaminants Conference. :100-144.
Southern WEdward.  1980.  The impact of fox predation on gull breeding success, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. Second Conference Scientific Research in the National Parks. 12. Terrestrial Biology: Zoology:111-129.
Southern WEdward, Cuthbert FJean, Patton SR.  1976.  The influence of fox predation on Ring-billed and Herring Gull nesting success. First Conference on Scientific Research in the National Parks. 5:519-524.
Elston S., Rymal D., Southern WEdward.  1978.  Intraspecific kleptoparasitism in breeding Ring-billed Gulls. 1978 Colonial Waterbird Group Conference. 1:102-109.
Southern WEdward.  1977.  Recent developments in avian migrational orientation. Northeastern Regional Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society. Technical report No. 20:102-109.
Journal Article
Southern WEdward.  1968.  Age composition of a breeding Ring-billed Gull population. Inland Bird Banding News. 40:166-167.
Southern WEdward.  1965.  Biotelemetry: A new technique for wildlife research. Living Bird. 4:45-58.
Southern WEdward.  1965.  Biotelemetry: Avian navigation. BioScience. 15:87-88.
Southern WEdward.  1961.  A botanical analysis of Kirtland's Warbler nests. The Wilson Bulletin. 73:148-154.
Tordoff HB, Southern WEdward.  1959.  Caspian Tern and Black Skimmer in Newfoundland. The Wilson Bulletin. 71:385-386.
Southern WEdward.  1977.  Colony selection and colony site tenacity in Ring-billed Gulls at a stable colony. The Auk. 94:469-478.
Southern WEdward.  1967.  Colony selection, longevity, and Ring-billed Gull populations: preliminary discussion. Bird-Banding. 38:52-60.
Southern WEdward.  1967.  Dispersal and migration of Ring-billed Gulls from a Michigan population. Jack Pine Warbler. 45:102-111.
Southern WEdward.  1968.  Dispersal patterns of subadult Herring Gulls from Rogers City, Michigan. Jack Pine Warbler. 46:2-6.
Southern WEdward, Patton SR, Southern LK, Hanners LA.  1985.  Effects of nine years of fox predation on two species of breeding gulls. The Auk. 102:827-833.
Southern WEdward.  1970.  En route behavior of homing Herring Gulls as determined by radio-tracking. The Wilson Bulletin. 82:189-200.
Southern WEdward.  1971.  Evaluation of a plastic wing-marker for gull studies. Bird-Banding. 42:88-91.
Southern WEdward.  1968.  Experiments on the homing ability of Purple Martins. Living Bird. 7:71-84.
Jarvis WL, Southern WEdward.  1976.  Food habits of Ring-billed Gulls breeding in the Great Lakes region. The Wilson Bulletin. 88:621-631.
Southern WEdward.  1959.  Foster-feeding and polygamy in the Purple Martin. The Wilson Bulletin. 71(1):96.
Southern WEdward.  1967.  Further comments on subadult Bald Eagle plumages. Jack Pine Warbler. 45:70-80.
Southern WEdward.  1968.  Further observations on foster-feeding by Purple Martins. The Wilson Bulletin. 80:234-235.
Southern WEdward.  1969.  Gull orientation behavior: influence of experience, sex, age, and group releases. Jack Pine Warbler. 47:34-43.
Southern WEdward.  1971.  Gull orientation by magnetic cues: a hypothesis revisited. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 188:295-311.
Southern WEdward.  1987.  Gull research in the 1980s: symposium overview. Studies in Avian Biology. 10:1-7.
Southern WEdward, Schnell GD.  1964.  Herring Gulls feeding on sea lamprey. Jack Pine Warbler. 42:231.
Southern WEdward, Southern MD.  1984.  Herring Gulls specialize as Ring-billed Gull predators. Colonial Waterbirds. 7:105-110.
Southern WEdward.  1986.  Histoplasmosis associated with a gull colony: health concerns and precautions. Colonial Waterbirds. 9(1):121-123.
Southern WEdward.  1959.  Homing of Purple Martins. The Wilson Bulletin. 71(3):254-261.
Southern WEdward.  1972.  Influence of disturbances in the earth's magnetic field on Ring-billed Gull orientation. The Condor. 74:102-105.
Southern WEdward.  1970.  Influence of disturbances in the earth's magnetic field on Ring-billed Gull orientation. American Zoologist. 10:23.
Southern WEdward.  1976.  Migrational orientation in Ring-billed Gull chicks. The Auk. 93:78-85.
Southern WEdward.  1958.  Myrtle Warbler feigns injury. Jack Pine Warbler. 36:27.
Southern WEdward.  1958.  Nesting of the Red-eyed Vireo in the Douglas Lake Region, Michigan. Jack Pine Warbler. 36:105-130;185-207.
Southern WEdward.  1969.  Orientation behavior of Ring-billed Gull chicks and fledglings. The Condor. 71:418-425.
Southern WEdward.  1970.  Orientation in Gulls: effect of distance, direction of release, and wind. Living Bird. 9:75-95.
Southern LK, Southern WEdward.  1983.  Responses of Ring-billed Gulls to cannon-netting and wing-tagging. Journal of Wildlife Management. 47(1):234-237.
Southern WEdward.  1978.  Ring-billed Gull pair with 2 nests. The Wilson Bulletin. 90(2):299-301.
Southern WEdward.  1969.  Sky conditions in relation to Ring-billed and Herring Gull orientation. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science. 62(4):342-349.
Southern WEdward.  1965.  Some additions to the distributional list of Michigan birds. Jack Pine Warbler. 43:43.
Southern WEdward, Southern LK.  1980.  A summary of the incidence of cowbird parasitism in northern Michigan from 1911-1978. Jack Pine Warbler. 58:77-84.
Southern WEdward, Tordoff HB.  1959.  Three birds new to the straits region of Michigan. Jack Pine Warbler. 37:51-53.
Southern WEdward, Patton SR, Cuthbert FJean, Kinkel LK.  1975.  Wood Storks in Michigan. Jack Pine Warbler. 53(4):158.