Conducting conservation social science surveys online.
Wardropper, C.B., Dayer, A.A., Goebel, M.S., & Martin, V.Y. (2021).Conservation Biology.
Understanding attitudes and norms of dog walkers to reduce disturbances to shorebirds.
A Web-Based Approach to Stakeholder Analysis for Identifying and Understanding Broader Constituencies in Wildlife Conservation.
The future of wildlife conservation funding: What options do U.S. college students support?
Larson, L. R., Peterson, M. N., Furstenberg, R. V., Vayer, V. R., Lee, K. J., Choi, D. Y., Stevenson, K., Ahlers, A. A., Anhalt-Depies, C., Bethke, T., T. Bruskotter, J., Chizinski, C. J., Clark, B., Dayer, A. A., Dunning, K. H., Ghasemi, B., Gigliotti, L., Graefe, A., Irwin, K., Keith, S.J., Gerard, M.K., Metcalf, K.E., Morse, W., Needham, M.D., Poudyal, N.C., Quartuch, M., Rodriguez, S., Romulo, C., Sharp, R.L., Siemer, W., Springer, M.T., Stayton, B. , Stedman, R., Stein, T. Van Deelen, T.R., Whiting, J., Winkler, R.L., & Woosnam, K. M. (2021). Conservation Science and Practice
Racial, ethnic, and social patterns in the recreation specialization of birdwatchers: An analysis of United States eBird registrants.
Rutter, J.D., Dayer, A.A., Harshawb, H.W., Cole, N.W., .Dubersteind, J.N., Fultone, D.C., Raedek, A.H., & .Schuster, R.M. (2021). Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism.
Regional Variation in US Land Trust Capacities and Activities Related to Bird Conservation.
Anderson, M., Rodewald, A.D., & Dayer, A.A. (2021). Natural Areas Journal.
Tapping birdwatchers to promote bird‐friendly coffee consumption and conserve birds.
Williams, A., Dayer, A.A., Hernandez-Aguilera, J.N., Phillips, T.B., Faulkner-Grant, H., Gómez, M.I., & Rodewald, A.D. (2021). People and Nature.
Evidence-based recommendations for strategic communication efforts for shorebird conservation
Lindall, K.R. & Dayer, A.A. (2020). Wader Study.
Testing a continuous measure of recreation specialization among birdwatchers
Harshaw, H.W., Cole, N.W., Dayer, A.A., Rutter, J.D., Fulton, D.C., Raedeke, A.H., Schuster, R.M. & Duberstein, J.N. (2020). Human Dimensions of Wildlife.
Land use decisions after the Conservation Reserve Program: Re‐enrollment, reversion, and persistence in the southern Great Plains
Barnes, J.C, Sketch, M., Gramza, A.R., Sorice, M.G., Iovanne, R., & Dayer, A.A. (2020). Conservation Science and Practice.
Advancing scientific knowledge and conservation of birds through inclusion of conservation social sciences in the American Ornithological Society
Dayer, A.A., Barnes, J.C., Dietsch, A.M., Keating, J.M., & Naves, L.C. (2020). Ornithology Applications.
Human dimensions in undergraduate fisheries and wildlife degree programs in United States Universities
Applying conservation social science to study the human dimensions of Neotropical bird conservation
Dayer, A.A., Silva-Rodríguez, E.A., Albert, S., Chapman, M., Zukowski, B., Ibarra, J.T., Gifford, G., Echeverri, A., Martínez-Salinas, A., & Sepúlveda-Luque, C. (2020). The Condor.
Western Ranchers’ Perspectives on Enablers and Constraints to Flood Irrigation
The unaddressed threat of invasive animals in U.S. National Parks
Dayer, A.A., Redford, K.H., Campbell, K.J. et al. (2019). Biological Invasions.
Defining Human Disturbance to Shorebirds Using Manager and Scientist Input
Engaging Landowners in the Conservation Conversation through Landowner-Listening Workshops
Rural-urban differences in hunting and birdwatching attitudes and participation intent
Wilkins, E.J., Cole, N.W., Miller, H.M., Schuster, R.M., Dayer, A.A., Duberstein, J.N., Fulton, D.C., Harshaw, H.W., & Raedeke, A. H. (2019). Human Dimensions of Wildlife.
Early Successional Forest Management on Private Lands as a Coupled Human and Natural System
Lutter, S.H., Dayer, A.A., Rodewald, A.D.,McNeil, D.J., & Larkin, J.L. (2019). Forests.
Observations at backyard bird feeders influence the emotions and actions of people that feed birds
Dayer, A.A., Rosenblatt, C.,Bonter, D.N., Faulkner, H., Hall, R.J., Hochachka, W.M., Phillips, T.B., & Hawley, D.M. (2019). People and Nature.
The role of social norms in conservation outreach
Young Forest Conservation Incentive Programs: Explaining Re-Enrollment and Post-program Persistence
Effects of biological monitoring and results outreach on private landowner conservation management
Lutter, S.H., Dayer, A.A., Heggenstaller, E., & Larkin, J.L. (2018). PLOS ONE.
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