Private landowner conservation behavior following participation in voluntary incentive programs: Recommendations to facilitate behavioral persistence
Dayer, A.A., Lutter, S.H., Sesser, K., Hickey, C., & Gardali, T. (2017). Conservation Letters.
Landowner behavior can determine the success of conservation strategies for ecosystem migration under sea-level rise
Using open access observational data for conservation action: A case study for birds
Sullivan, B.E., Phillips, T., Dayer, A.A., Wood, C.L., Farnsworth, A., Illiff, M.J., Davies, I.J., Wiggins, A., Fink, D., Hochachka, W., Rodewald, A.D., Rosenberg, K.V., Bonney, R., & Kelling, S. (2017). Biological Conservation, 208, 5-14.
Blaming threatened species: Media portrayal of human-wildlife conflict
Dayer, A.A., Williams, A., Cosbar, E.A., & Racey, M. (2017). Oryx.
Wildlife conservation and private protected areas: The discrepancy between land trust mission statement content analysis and their perceptions
Dayer, A.A., Rodewald, A.R., Stedman, R.C., Cosbar, E.A, & Wood, E.M. (2016). Environmental Management, 58(2): 359-364.
Application of a stated choice approach to assessing public preferences for wildlife conservation funding
Dayer, A.A., Bright, A.D., Teel, T.L., Manfredo, M.J. (2016). Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 21(5), 379-390.
Understanding landowner intentions to create early successional forest habitat in the northeastern United States
Dayer, A.A., Stedman, R.C., Allred, S.B., Rosenberg, K.V., & Fuller, A.R. (2015). Wildlife Society Bulletin, 40 (1), 59-68.
Are wildlife recreationists conservationists? Linking birdwatching, hunting, and pro-environmental behavior
Cooper, C., Larson, L., Dayer, A.A., Stedman, R.C., & Decker, D. (2015). The Journal of Wildlife Management, 79(3), 446-457. 5
Comparative analysis and assessment of forest landowner typologies
Dayer, A.A., Stedman, R.C., & Allred, S.B. (2014). Society &Natural Resources, 27(11), 1200-1212.
Developing tools to encourage private forest landowner participation in early successional forest habitat management
Dayer, A.A., Allred, S.B., & Stedman, R.C. (2014). Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 19(4), 355-370.
Generation Next and bird conservation: “Always Connected” continents, disciplines, and communities
Dayer, A.A. & Gutierrez Ramirez, M. (2010).Transactions of the 75th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Partners in Flight education, outreach, and communications needs assessment summary
Dayer, A.A., Pitkin, M. & Bonfield, S. (2009). In Rich, T.D., C. Arizmendi, D. Demarest and C. Thompson [eds.]. Tundra to Tropics: Connecting Birds, Habitats and People. Proceedings of the 4th International Partners in Flight Conference, 13-16 February 2008. McAllen, TX. University of Texas-Pan American Press. Edinburg, TX.
A process and tools for evaluating bird banding education success
Busch, A. & Dayer, A.A. (2009). In Rich, T.D., C. Arizmendi, D. Demarest and C. Thompson [eds.]. Tundra to Tropics: Connecting Birds, Habitats and People. Proceedings of the 4th International Partners in Flight Conference, 13-16 February 2008. McAllen, TX. University of Texas-Pan American Press. Edinburg, TX.
Stories about wildlife: Developing an instrument for identifying wildlife value orientations cross-culturally
Dayer, A.A., Stinchfield, H.M., & Manfredo, M.J. (2007). Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 12(5), 307-315.
Concepts for exploring the social aspects of human-wildlife conflict in a global context