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Finkelstein et al. 2010 - Feather Lead Concentrations and 207Pb/206Pb Ratios Reveal Lead Exposure History of California Condors

Pain et al. 2010 - Potential Hazard to Human Health from Exposure to Fragments of Lead Bullets and Shot in the Tissues of Game Animals

Bedrosian and Craighead 2009 - Blood Lead Levels of Bald and Golden Eagles Sampled During and After Hunting Seasons in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem

Chesley et al. 2009 - Evidence for the Source of Lead Contamination Within the California Condor

Church et al. 2009 - Blood Chemistry Values of California Condors Exposed to Lead

Cornicelli and Grund 2009 - Examining Variability Associated With Bullet Fragmentation and Deposition in White-Tailed Deer and Domestic Sheep

Craighead and Bedrosian 2009 - A Relationship Between Blood Lead Levels of Common Ravens and the Hunting Season in the Southern Yellowstone Ecosystem

Domenech and Langner 2009 - Blood-Lead Levels of Fall Migrant Golden Eagles in West-Central Montana

Franson et al. 2009 - Ingested Shot and Tissue Lead Concentrations in Mourning Doves

Fry et al. 2009 - Lead Intoxication Kinetics in Condors From California

Hunt et al. 2009 - Lead Bullet Fragments in Venison from Rifle-Killed Deer: Potential for Human Dietary Exposure

Matz and Flint 2009 - Lead Isotopes Indicate Lead Shot Exposure in Alaska-Breeding Waterfowl

Neumann 2009 - Bald Eagle Lead Poisoning in Winter

Petterson 2009 - Blood-Lead Concentrations in California Condors Released at Pinnacles National Monument

Rattner et al. 2009 - Technical Review of the Sources and Implications of Lead Ammunition and Fishing Tackle on Natural Resources

Rogers et al. 2009 - Lead Ingestion by Scavenging Mammalian Carnivores in the Yellowstone Ecosystem

Smith et al. 2009 - Lead Shot Poisoning in Swans: Sources of Pellets Within Whatcom County, WA, USA, and Sumas Prairie, BC, Canada

Stroud and Hunt 2009 - Gunshot Wounds: A Source of Lead in the Environment

ATSDR 2008 - The Potential for Ingestion Exposure to Lead Fragments in Venison in Wisconsin

Cade 2007 Exposure of California Condors to Lead From Spent Ammunition

Johnson et al. 2007 Lead Exposure in California Condors and Sentinel Species in California

Pauli and Buskirk 2007 - Recreational Shooting of Prairie Dogs: A Portal for Lead Entering Wildlife Food Chains

Sorenson and Burnett 2007 Lead Concentrations in the Blood of Big Sur California Condors

Statement of Scientific Agreement 2007 Science Links Lead Ammunition to Lead Exposure in California Condors (Gymnogyps californianus)

Church et al. 2006 Ammunition is the Principal Source of Lead Accumulated by California Condors Re-Introduced to the Wild

Fisher et al. 2006A Review of Lead Poisoning From Ammunition Sources in Terrestrial Birds

Hunt et al. 2006 Bullet Fragments in Deer Remains: Implications for Lead Exposure in Avian Scavengers

Hunt et al. 2006 Movements of Introduced California Condors in Arizona in Relation to Lead Exposure

Knopper et al. 2006 Carcasses of Shot Richardson’s Ground Squirrels May Pose Lead Hazards to Scavenging Hawks

Parish et al. 2006 Lead Exposure, Diagnosis and Treatment in California Condors Releases in Arizona

Woods et al. 2006 Survival and Reproduction of California Condors Released in Arizona

Fry 2005Sources of Lead Exposing California Condors (PowerPoint presentation)

Hunt et al. 2005 - Radiographs of 38 deer shot with lead bullets, showing extensive fragmentation

Fry 2004Toxic Effects of Lead on Condors and Other Wildlife (PowerPoint presentation)

California Condor Recovery Team 2003 Report from the California Condor Lead Exposure Reduction Steering Committee

Fry and Maurer 2003Assessment of Lead Contamination Sources Exposing California Condors

Meretsky et al. 2000Demography of the California Condor: Implications for Reestablishment

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