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    Author(s): Paul B. Hamel; Robert G. Hooper
    Date: 1979
    Source: Proceedings rare and endangered wildlife symposium
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: Southern Research Station
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    Systematic searches for Bachman's warbler (Ver­mivora bachmanii} were conducted in and near historical nesting localities in South Carolina, 1975-1978 1 and Arkansas and Missouri in 1977. None were found during 2800 hours spent searching more than 7100 ha. Searches by others have yielded similar results. Seven reports of this species were made in South Carolina during the study. Efforts to locate reported individuals failed. An additional year of searching will be conducted in South Carolina in 1979.

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    Hamel, Paul B.; Hooper, Robert G. 1979. Status of Bachman's Warbler, A progress report. In: Proceedings rare and endangered wildlife symposium; 1978 Aug 3-4; Athens, GA : 112-121.

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