Magle, S. B.
Building the civilized wild.
In G. V. Horn & J. Hausdoerffer, Wildness: Relations of People and Place (pp. 156–165). University of Chicago Press..
Fidino, M., & Magle, S. B.
Trends in Long-Term Urban Bird Research.
In E. Murgui & M. Hedblom (Eds.), Ecology and Conservation of Birds in Urban Environments (pp. 160–186). Springer.
Bender, J., M. Fidino, K. Limbrick, and S. B. Magle.
Assessing nest success of black-capped chickadees (Poecile atricapillus) in an urban landscape using artificial cavities.
Wilson Journal of Ornithology.
Fidino, M., E. W. Lehrer, and S. B. Magle.
Habitat dynamics of the Virginia opossum in a highly urban landscape.
American Midland Naturalist 175:155-167.
Lehrer, E.W., R.L. Schooley, J.M. Nevis, R.J. Kilgour, P.J. Wolff, and S.B. Magle.
Happily ever after? Fates of translocated nuisance woodchucks in the Chicago metropolitan area.
Urban Ecosystems (early online version), 1-15.
Magle, S. B., E. W. Lehrer, and M. Fidino.
Urban mesopredator distribution: examining the relative effects of landscape and socioeconomics factors.
Animal Conservation 19:163-175.
Magle, S.B., L.H. Kardash, A.O. Rothrock, J.C. Chamberlin, and N.E. Nathews.
Movements and habitat interactions of white-tailed deer: implications for chronic wasting disease management.
American Midland Naturalist 173: 267-282.
Vernon, M.E., Magle, S.B., Lehrer, E.W., and Bramble, J.E.
Invasive European Buckthorn (Rhamnus cathartica L.) Association with Mammalian Species Distribution in Natural Areas of the Chicagoland Region, USA.
Natural Areas Journal 34(2):134-143.
Magle SB, Poessel SA, Crooks KR, Breck SW.
More dogs less bite: The relationship between human–coyote conflict and prairie dog colonies in an urban landscape.
Landscape and Urban Planning 127: 146–153.
Hunt, V., Magle, S., Vargas, C., Brown, A., Lonsdorf, E., Sacerdote, A., Sorley, E., Santymire, R.
Survival, abundance, and capture rate of eastern cottontail rabbits in an urban park.
Urban Ecosystems 17(2): 547-560.
LaMontagne, J.M., R.K. Kilgour, E.C. Anderson, and S. Magle.
Tree cavity availability across forest, park, and residential habitats in a highly urban area.
Urban Ecosystems 18: 151-167.
Magle, S.B., Simoni, L.S., Lehrer, E.W., Brown, J.S.
Urban predator–prey association: coyote and deer distributions in the Chicago metropolitan area.
Urban Ecosystems 17 (4): 875-891.
Magle, S.B., M.D. Samuel, T.R. Van Deelen, S.J. Robinson, and N.E. Mathews.
Evaluating spatial overlap and relatedness of white-tailed deer in a chronic wasting disease management zone.
PLOS ONE 8: e56568.
Magle, S.B., K.A. Salamack, K.R. Crooks, and R.P. Reading.
Effects of habitat fragmentation and black-tailed prairie dogs on urban avian diversity.
Biodiversity Conservation 21: 2803-2821.
Magle, S.B., N.E. Mathews, and J.C. Chamberlin.
Survival of white-tailed deer in Wisconsin’s chronic wasting disease zone.
Northeastern Naturalist 19: 67-76.
Magle, S.B., V.M. Hunt, M. Vernon, and K.R. Crooks.
Urban wildlife research: past, present, and future.
Biological Conservation 155: 23-32.
Hamer, S., E.W. Lehrer, and S. Magle
Wild birds as sentinels for multiple zoonotic pathogens along an urban to rural gradient in greater Chicago, Illinois.
Zoonoses and Public Health.
Magle, S.B. and L.M. Angeloni.
Effects of urbanization on the behavior of a keystone species.
Behaviour 148: 31-54.
Magle, S.B., P. Reyes, J. Zhu, and K.R. Crooks.
Extirpation, colonization, and habitat dynamics of a keystone species along an urban Gradient.
Biological Conservation 143: 2146-2155.
Magle, S.B., E.F. Ruell, M.F. Antolin, and K.R. Crooks.
Population genetic structure of black-tailed prairie dogs, a highly interactive species, in fragmented urban habitat.
Journal of Mammalogy 91: 326-33.
Magle, S.B., D. Theobald and K.R. Crooks.
A comparison of metrics predicting landscape connectivity for a highly interactive species along an urban gradient in Colorado, USA.
Landscape Ecology 24: 267-280.
Magle, S.B. and K.R. Crooks.
Investigating the distribution of prairie dogs in an urban gradient.
Animal Conservation 12: 192-203.
Magle, S.B. and K.R. Crooks.
Interactions between black-tailed prairie dogs (Cynomys ludovicianus) and vegetation in habitat fragmented by urbanization.
Journal of Arid Environments 72: 238-246.
Observations on body mass of prairie dogs in urban habitat.
Western North American Naturalist 68: 113-118.
Magle, S.B., B.T. McClintock, D. Tripp, G.C. White, M.F. Antolin and K.R. Crooks.
A new method for estimating population densities for prairie dogs (Cynomys spp.).
Journal of Wildlife Management 71: 2067-2073.
Magle, S.B., J. Zhu and K.R. Crooks.
Behavioral responses to repeated human intrusion in black-tailed prairie dogs (Cynomys ludovicianus).
Journal of Mammalogy 86: 524-530.
Fidino, M. and S. B. Magle. In Press.
Trends in long-term urban bird research.
In Murgui, E., and M. Hedblom, editors. Ecology and conservation of birds in urban environments. Springer Press.