Publications 1966 - 1979
Seidensticker, J., and M.A. Hai. 1979. Operation tiger, Bangladesh: Sundarbans. Pp. 53-57 in World Wildlife Yearbook 1978-79. World Wildlife Fund, Morges, Switzerland.
Seidensticker, J. 1978. Operation tiger, Indonesia: establishment of a reserve in Central Sumatra. Pp. 84-86 in World Wildlife Yearbook 1977-78. World Wildlife Fund, Morges, Switzerland.
Seidensticker, J., ed. 1978. National Park Planning, Collected Readings. World Wildlife Fund, Bogor, Indonesia, and Morges, Switzerland. 271 pp.
Seidensticker, J. 1977. Operation tiger, Indonesia: Meru-Betiri Wildlife Reserve, Java. Pp. 120-126 in P. Jackson (ed.) World Wildlife Yearbook 1976-77. World Wildlife Fund, Morges, Switzerland. (Reprinted in Bahasa Indonesia in Suara Alam, 1978, 1:4-6)
Seidensticker, J. 1977. Notes on the early maternal behavior of the leopard. Mammalia 41:111-113.
Laurie, A., and J. Seidensticker. 1977. Behavioural ecology of the sloth bear (Melursus ursinus). Journal of Zoology, London 182:187-204.
Tiger. 1976. 10 min., 16mm. Produced by the Smithsonian Institution Motion Picture Unit for the National Zoological Park. Credits: written by John Seidensticker, directed by Karen Loveland. Awards: CINE Golden Eagle, 1977; American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums Audio-visual Award, 1st, 1976.
The Big Cats and How They Came To Be. 1976. 9 min., 35mm, 16mm, and video. An animated film produced by the Smithsonian Institution Motion Picture Unit for the National Zoological Park. Credits: written by John Seidensticker, layout by Ben Lawless, music by Waldemar Kazancka, animation by Witold Giersz, directed by Karen Loveland and Witold Giersz of Film Polski. Awarded CINE Golden Eagle, 1976; Indian Film Festival Award, 1977; World Wildlife Film Festival Award, 1980.
Seidensticker, J., R.K. Lahiri, K.C. Das, and A. Wright. 1976. Problem tiger in the Sundarbans. Oryx 13:267-273.
Seidensticker, J. 1976. Ungulate populations in Chitawan Valley, Nepal. Biological Conservation 10:183-201.
Seidensticker, J. 1976. On the ecological separation between tigers and leopards. Biotropica 8:225-234.
Eisenberg, J.F., and J. Seidensticker. 1976. Ungulates in southern Asia: a consideration of biomass estimates for selected habitats. Biological Conservation 10:293-308.
Seidensticker, J. 1976. A letter from the Appalachian Trail. Appalachian Trailway News 37(3):6-11.
Seidensticker, J. 1975. The vanishing animals of India. International Wildlife 5(5):47.
Seidensticker, J., and J. McNeely. 1975. Observations on the use of natural licks by ungulates in the Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary, Thailand. Natural History Bulletin Siam Society 26:25-34.
Seidensticker, J. 1974. Review of The World’s Cats Vol. I-Ecology and Conservation, edited by R.L. Eaton. Journal of Wildlife Management 38:157.
Seidensticker, J. 1974. The tiger in Nepal. Pp. 23-26 in T. Acker (ed.) Biology in Nepal. Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal. (Reprinted in: Nepal Nature Conservation Society Newsletter No. 28, 1975).
Seidensticker, J., C. W. Gray, and K. M. Tamang. 1974. The use of CI-744 to immobilize free-ranging tigers and leopards. Journal of Zoo Animal Medicine. 5(4): 22-25.
Tamang, K. M., and J. Seidensticker. 1974. Tiger—ecological study in Chitawan National Park. Pp.188-192 in P. Jackson (ed.) World Wildlife Yearbook 1973-74. World Wildlife Fund, Morges, Switzerland.
Seidensticker, J., M.G. Hornocker, W.V. Wiles, and J.P. Messick. 1973. Mountain lion social organization in the Idaho Primitive Area. Wildlife Monographs 35:1-60.
Seidensticker, J., and R. Welsh. 1972. The Birds of Big Creek and the Chamberlain Basin, Idaho Primitive Area: A Field Checklist. U.S. Forest Service, McCall, Idaho. 3 pp.
Seidensticker, J., and H.V. Reynolds. 1971. The nesting, reproductive performance, and chlorinated hydrocarbon residues in the red-tailed hawk and great horned owl in south-central Montana. Wilson Bulletin 83:408-418.
Seidensticker, J., M.G. Hornocker, R.R. Knight, and S.L. Judd. 1970. Equipment and Techniques for Radiotracking Mountain Lions and Elk. University of Idaho Forest, Wildlife, and Range Experiment Station Bulletin No. 6. 20 pp.
Seidensticker, J. 1970. A biopsy technique to obtain tissue for pesticide residue analysis from falconiform birds. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 5:443-446.
Seidensticker, J. 1970. Food of nesting red-tailed hawks in south-central Montana. Murrelet 51:38-40.
Seidensticker, J., and H. V. Reynolds. 1969. Preliminary studies on the use of a general anesthetic in falconiform birds. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 155:1044-1045.
Seidensticker, J. 1969. The great gray owl. Idaho Forester 51:15.
Seidensticker, J. 1969. Notes on the food requirements of the snowy owl. Canadian Field-Naturalist 83:60-61.
Seidensticker, J., and L. Kilham. 1968. A device for examining nesting cavities. Bird-Banding 39:228-230.
Seidensticker, J. 1968. Notes on the food habits of the great horned owl in Montana. Murrelet 49:1-3.
Seidensticker, J. 1968. Breeding bird census 3: river floodplain heronry. Audubon Field Notes 20:657.
Seidensticker, J. 1967. Plight of the falcon. Modern Game Breeding 3(3): 19.
Seidensticker, J., and J. Mugaas. 1966. Breeding bird census 80: mature apple orchard. Audubon Field Notes 22:667.