Arizona Technical Assistance Activities
Unit scientists offer a variety of fish and wildlife technical assistance to state and federal cooperators and private organizations. This assistance has included workshops on fish and wildlife monitoring techniques, conservation genetics and techniques for working with the public on fish and wildlife issues; assistance and advice with agency threatened and endangered species recovery groups; technical consultation on fish and wildlife issues for scientists and managers in other countries; and review of data and reports from management agencies and universities.
|Description and Agency||Provider(s)||Date|
Volunteered to participate in the 2003 Mountain Lion Track Survey in the Tucson Mountain District of Saguaro National Park
Technical advise on various aspects of genetic techniques from protocols for DNA extraction from hair, bone, saliva, and feather samples to recommending primers for species identification, sex determination (birds, bears, and felids) and microsatellite amplification (bears and felids). Also provide advise on data analysis.
Provided short course to Arizona Game and Fish Biologists entitled: Essential, Practical Communication Skills for Natural Resource Professionals. Arizona Game and Fish Department, Phoenix, Arizona, April 2016 (Invited Workshop).
Arizona Game and Fish Department
Provided recommendations to USFWS employees regarding effects of various kinds of development and various kinds of wetland manipulation on endangered rails in the southwestern U.S.
Provided recommendations to USFWS Ecological Services Office on approaches for standardizing requirements for permit requests to conduct surveys on endangered Yuma Clapper Rails and training needed for agency biologists to conduct surveys.
Provided recommendations for how to improve management of wildlife on Havasu National Wildlife Refuge as an invited outside member of a technical review panel
Provided periodic expert opinion to the Yuma Clapper Rail Advisory Team, a multi-agency group organized by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The team makes recommendations regarding management and recovery of the federally-endangered Yuma Clapper Rail and coordinates activities among all federal, state, and tribal governments.
Provided expert opinions to biologists in US Bureau of Land Management and Arizona Game and Fish Department regarding efforts to revegetate a large burned area along the Colorado River to help restore habitat for the state-endangered California Black Rail. The 2 agencies were developing a management plan for the revegetation effort and the scientist exchanged many emails and had numerous phone conversations with them to advise them with their revegetation plan.
Provided expert advice to Town of Marana and Arizona Game and Fish Department on burrowing owl habitat preferences and land use as part of their efforts to develop a Habitat Conservation Plan.
Provided advice on ways to estimate detection probability during standardized call-broadcast surveys for wetland birds.
Provided advice and consultation to Arizona Game and Fish Department biologist who was writing a species account for the Arizona Breeding Bird Atlas.
Participated on a Conservation Genetics Panel for the Native Fishes Conservation Team Meeting, advised on fish genetics issues.
Participated in conference call for board members of Trout Unlimited regarding genetic issues relevant to endangered fishes.
Panel Member on an RGE National Promotion Review Panel
One of 15 scientists invited by NPS (I was ornitholgical expert) to participate in the Madrona Pools Pulse project and workshop to evaluate a sensitive area of the national park and make recommendations on several proposed development options.
Met with National Park Service biologists regarding research necessary to demonstrate a link between groundwater depletion and viability of bird populations in Saguaro National Park.
Met with Lower Columbia Basin Audubon Society's Burrowing Owl coordinator to discuss ways their society could contribute to burrowing owl recovery in the state of Washington.
Invited to sit on RGE National Promotion Review Panel
Invited to serve on external review committee for Arizona Game and Fish Department's research program on the federally endangered Cactus Ferriginous Pygmy Owl
Invited to participate on a jaguar conservation panel discussion at a jaguar meeting in Santa Fe, New Mexico
Invited to participate in NAS review of taxonomy for the Red Wolf which will include writing a request for applicants for research proposals and a scientific research design for addressing ancient red wolf lineages.
National Academy of Sciences
Invited to participate and present a talk at the Working Group for the West Mojave Conservation Plan. I was invited as 1 of 3 external experts on the Burrowing Owl to provide expert opinion to the Working Group which consists of representatives from city, county, state (CDFG), and federal governments (USFWS, BLM).
Invited to lead a conference call with USFWS regional migratory bird coordinators to discuss and explain national program for standardized marsh bird surveys
Invited to be member of USFWS User Acceptance Team (UAT) for designing and implementing a marsh bird monitoring program for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Wildlife Refuge System.
Invited member of the Masked Bobwhite Recovery Team, an interagency team coordinated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 2008-2014.
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Invited by USFWS to be member of the technical biological review team for Cibola National Wildlife Refuge – role was to recommend changes in management direction of the refuge
Invited by USFWS Migratory Bird Office to be member of the Steering Committee for planning an international technical workshop on marsh bird monitoring in North America and attending periodic conference calls and developing and commenting on documents to develop a continental strategy for monitoring and management of marsh birds.
Gave recommendations to Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife on potential mitigation measures for Burrowing Owl losses caused by developers in eastern Washington
Devils Hole Pupfish advisory group. Advised operations of the new Devils Hole Pupfish facility
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/Las Vegas Field Office/Sacramento Regional Office
|Bonar, Feuerbacher, Chaudoin, Mapula||June 2009|
Consulted with biologists at Arizona Game and Fish Department regarding suitable locations and appropriate designs for installation of artificial nest burrows for burrowing owls in southern Arizona.
Co-developed and co-instructed an 2-hour workshop entitled "Standard Freshwater Fish Sampling" that was presented (virtually) at World Fisheries Congress 2021
World Fisheries Congress
|Pope, Bonar||September 2021|
Bonar, S. A. Desert Fishes Conservation Team – Arizona Game and Fish Department – Makes recommendations to AGFD Management on Desert Fish activities statewide. Coordinates activities with other agencies. Member March 2003 to present.
Arizona Game and Fish Department
Bonar, S. A. 2008-2011. Desert Fish Scientific Advisor. U.S. Forest Service In-Stream Flow Legal Team
Arizona Game and Fish Department
|Bonar, Mercado-Silva||January 2008|
Bonar, S. A. Devils Hole Pupfish Recovery Team – Asked to provide input to Devils Hole Pupfish recovery, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/National Park Service.
Nevada Division of Wildlife
Assisted with questions on standardized sampling in Arizona
Assisted Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife biologists and British Columbia biologists in a collaborative assistance effort to capture burrowing owls in Washington for use in the BC captive breeding program.
Assisted Washington Department of Fish and Wildife biologists and British Columbia biologists in a collaborative assistance effort to capture burrowing owls in Washington for use in the BC captive breeding program.
Assisted Director of School of Renewable Natural Resources and Development Office of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences with obtaining land, cabin, and endowment from a potential donor.
Asked to serve on a planning committee to recommend funding priorities for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Webless Migratory Game Bird program. Organized a 3-day workshop with 30 experts from North America.
|Conway, Nadeau||August 2008|
Asked to provide external scientific review (and recommendations) of a proposal submitted to Arizona Game and Fish Department against removing artificial water cachements for bighorn sheep throughout the state.
Asked to participate in a series of conference calls by the tri-national Commission for Environmental Conservation (CEC) to make recommendations on research recommendations for Burrowing Owls.
Asked to be reviewer for promotion and tenure package of Dr. C. Bradley Dabbert, Department of Natural Resources Management at Texas Tech University.
Texas Tech University
Asked to be reviewer for post-professional promotion package of Dr. William R. Eddleman, Chair of the Biology Department at Southeast Missouri State University.
Southeast Missouri State University
Arizona Game and Fish Department University Summit
Arizona Game and Fish Department
Advised Salt River Project personnel on effects of introduced fishes on native fishes in the Verde River, Arizona
||Bonar, Leslie, Velez||January 2004|
Advised BLM attorneys and biologists on the effects of elevated water temperatures on fishes of the San Pedro River, Arizona
||Bonar, Carveth, Widmer||May 2004|
Accepted invitation to become a member of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Bi-national Ocelot Recovery Team, Technical Subcommittee.
AGFD Research Branch - Advised on a striped bass research project
|Role - Description||Provider||Start Date||End Date|
|Representative, Library Council, School of Natural Resources, University of Arizona||Culver||July 2003||Present|
|Organizer - Seminar Series, School of Natural Resources and the Environment - Selected and contacted speakers for the Spring 2016 Seminar Series for the School||Bonar||November 2015||May 2016|
|Member, Strategic Planning Committee, School of Natural Resources and Environment - Help advise director on policy for School of Natural Resources at the University of Arizona||Bonar||January 2009||Present|
|Member, Silliman Memorial Research Award Committee||Conway||January 2002||August 2011|
|Member, School of Natural Resources Newsletter Committee||Conway||June 2006||July 2007|
|Member, School of Natural Resources Laboratory Committee, University of Arizona||Bonar||July 2001||July 2002|
|Member, School of Natural Resources Advanced Resources Technology Advisory Committee||Conway||July 2006||July 2007|
|Member, SNR Computer Resources Committee||Conway||June 2006||July 2007|
|Member, Recruitment and Retention Committee, School of Natural Resources, University of Arizona||Bonar||July 2003||Present|
|Member, Recruitment and Retention Committee, School of Natural Resources, Univ of Arizona||Conway||June 2005||June 2006|
|Member, O'Brien Diversity Committee, School of Natural Resources, University of Arizona||Culver||September 2004||June 2005|
|Member, O'Brien Diversity Committee, School of Natural Resources, University of Arizona||Conway||October 2004||June 2005|
|Member, Newsletter Committee, School of Natural Resources, University of Arizona||Conway||August 2003||August 2004|
|Member, Natural Resources Department Policy Committee, University of Arizona||Bonar||July 2001||July 2002|
|Member, Laboratory and Facility Resources Committee, School of Natural Resources - Provide advice to help manage schools laboratories and facilities||Bonar||September 2016||Present|
|Member, Laboratory Coordination Committee, School of Natural Resources, University of Arizona||Culver||July 2004||Present|
|Member, Inclusive Excellence Committee, SNRE - Work together with committee of 8 faculty and grad students to ensure that gender and diversity inclusiveness is attained in all aspects of our department from recruitment and retention of students and faculty to all other activities.||Culver||June 2016||Present|
|Member, Human Dimensions Curriculum Committee - Help design School of Natural Resources Human Dimensions Coursework Curricula||Bonar||August 2016||Present|
|Member, Faculty Small Grant Review Committee, University of Arizona||Culver||September 2004||November 2004|
|Member, Faculty Search Committee, School of Natural Resources, University of Arizona - review applications, meet to discuss applicants, and conduct interviews for new faculty members in the department.||Culver||October 2005||September 2015|
|Member, Faculty Search Committee, School of Natural Resources, University of Arizona||Conway||June 2001||December 2001|
|Member, Faculty Search Committee, Large Mammal Ecologist, School of Natural Resources and the Environment - Providing feedback on the job description, reviewing applications, interviewing candidates.||Bauder||September 2021||Present|
|Member, Faculty Hiring Committee - Work as part of a team to interview and provide recommendations on new faculty hire.||Bonar||September 2015||January 2016|
|Member, Computer Resources Committee, School of Natural Resources, University of Arizona||Conway||August 2002||May 2003|
|Member, Agricultural Experiment Station Proposal Review Committee, University of Arizona||Conway||March 2001||May 2001|
|Member, APR Self Study Committee - Prepare for UA School of Natural Resources and the Environment external review.||Bonar||September 2016||Present|
|Fisheries Advisor - UA Student Wildlife and Fisheries Organization - Manage AFS activities with the student AFS members in the department.||Bonar||September 2010||Present|
|Co Manager, UA Doris Duke Training Program - Help manage Doris Duke Program at the University of Arizona for underrepresented students. Manage graduate student portion of program.||Bonar||August 2015||Present|
|Chair, Futures Task Force for School of Natural Resources||Conway||August 2007||August 2008|
|Chair, Departmental Seminar Committee, School of Natural Resources, University of Arizona||Culver||July 2004||December 2004|
|Chair, Departmental Seminar Committee, School of Natural Resources, University of Arizona||Conway||January 2003||May 2003|
|Chair SNRE Seminar Committee - Invite and host weekly speakers for the SNRE Department. This year the theme is Native Americans involved in Natural Resources and Traditional Ecological Knowledge.||Culver||March 2020||May 2021|
|Role and Organization||Individual||Start Date||End Date|
|President Elect, Arizona Chapter of The Wildlife Society||Culver||February 2014||Present|
|Member, external review committee for Cactus Ferruginous Pygmy Owl research||Conway||September 2000||December 2000|
|Member, USFWS/NPS Mohave Tui Chub Recovery Team||Bonar||September 2003||October 2005|
|Member, Technical committee for the Ocelot Recovery Team||Culver||February 2003||Present|
|Member, Southern Arizona Federal Women's Program Interagency Council||Culver||March 2005||Present|
|Member, Scientific Advisory Council, Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory||Conway||February 2005||June 2008|
|Member, Research Grade Evaluation Panel, USGS||Culver||September 2009||September 2009|
|Member, Research Grade Evaluation Panel, U.S. Geological Survey||Conway||June 2002||August 2002|
|Member, Research Grade Evaluation Panel, U.S. Geological Survey||Culver||February 2005||February 2005|
|Member, Mohave Tui Chub Recovery Team||Bonar||September 2003||Present|
|Member, Marsh Bird User Acceptance Team, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service||Conway||October 2005||October 2007|
|Member, Kanab ambersnail working group||Culver||January 2004||Present|
|Member, Desert Fishes Recovery Team||Bonar||September 2003||Present|
|Member, Arizona Burrowing Owl Working Group||Conway||March 2007||May 2008|
|Member, Apache Trout Recovery Research Project Advisory Panel, AZG&F||Bonar||August 2000||August 2000|
|Member Sonoran Pronghorn Recovery Team||Culver||February 2009||Present|
|Faculty Advisor, Natural Resources Graduate Student Organization||Conway||May 2007||August 2011|
|Council Member, Wild Felid Research and Management Association||Culver||May 2008||May 2013|
|Yule, J. V. 2008. Book Review: The conservation professional’s guide to working with people. Quarterly Review of Biology. March, 2008. Describes and reviews Scott Bonar’s, “The conservation professional’s guide to working with people”.||Bonar||September 2009|
|Wrote article "The basics of sampling fish in lakes and ponds" for North American Lake Management Societies' Magazine "Lakeline".||Bonar||March 2004|
|Wrote an article with 11 other coauthors around the world for the journal "Nature" on the World Aquatic Societies Statement on Climate Change. Bonar, S. A. and 11 coauthors. More than 100<br>aquatic-science<br><br>societies sound<br><br>climate alarm 589:352||Bonar||January 2021|
|Went with Trout Unlimited representatives into a site way back in the Arizona wilderness to look at trout populations devastated by wildfires and discuss potential restoration methods.||Bonar||April 2018|
|Water: Speaking for the fish with Professor Scott A. Bonar. Canadian Podcast, Rebalancing Act||Bonar||July 2021|
|The scientist worked with a computer engineer in spring of 2004 to design a professional web site that will include a separate web page for each Unit research project and for each member of the Unit research staff.||Conway||May 2004|
|The local ABC affiliate (KVEW) in Kennewick Washington produced and aired a 10-minute news story on my burrowing owl project in eastern Washington.||Conway||July 2001|
|The large, multi-agency cooperative research on the effects of prescribed fire on endangered rails for which the scientist is the team leader was the front-page story for the Yuma Daily Sun on 8 March 2004. The newspaper had a reporter and a photographer come out in the field for one of the prescribed burns associated with the project and interviewed the scientist as well as other members of the team from USFWS, BLM.||Conway||March 2004|
|The daily newspaper in Tucson (The Arizona Daily Star) published a feature article on my Band-tailed Pigeon project in Arizona.||Conway||July 2002|
|The daily newspaper for the Tri-Cities area of eastern Washington (The Tri-City Herald) published a second front-page feature article on my burrowing owl project in eastern Washington. The article included 4 color pictures of my field crew and field methods, status of the owl in WA and in North America, and the goals of our multi-agency research project.||Conway||July 2003|
|The Tri-City Herald (large newspaper serving eastern Washington) produced and ran a front-page story explaining how the scientist's research on Burrowing Owls in eastern Washington is helping state and federal land management agencies in the region better manage their lands to prevent future declines of this species of management concern (Officials to study burrowing owls: scientists surprised some birds stayed in area during the winter). The newspaper sent a reporter and a photographer out in field with the scientist's research staff for a day to get material for the story.||Conway||February 2004|
|The Spokane Spokesman-Review (largest daily newspaper in Spokane, WA) picked up the front-page story on the scientist's research on Burrowing Owls from the Tri-City Herald off the AP and ran the story on 25 February 2004||Conway||February 2004|
|The Los Angeles Times published an article on the effects of the devastating wildfires on birds and birding industry in southern Arizona and included quotes from me based on my research on the effects of fire on birds in southern Arizona.||Conway||May 2002|
|Streams of Mt. Graham - A video made for the USFS Coronado National Forest for Visitor Center Use. Education film with underwater videography made in streams containing Apache Trout and Gila Trout.||Bonar||September 2016|
|Sponsored a visiting faculty member and his lab from the University of Washington for 3 months.||Conway||August 2002|
|Sekercioglu, C. H. 2008. People skills for the conservation professional. Ecology 89(3)882-883, Describes and reviews Scott Bonar’s book, “The conservation professional’s guide to working with people”.||Bonar||September 2008|
|Sanchez, D. M. 2008. Bonar, S. A. 2007. The conservation professional’s guide to working with people. Journal of Mammalogy, 89(3):791–792. Describes and reviews Scott Bonar’s book.||Bonar||October 2008|
|Recestar, M., and Bonar, S. A. 2008. New temperature tolerance studies on Apache trout (Oncorhynchus Apache). Fish Soup – AFS AZ/NM Chapter. Fall 2008:5.||Bonar, Recsetar||November 2008|
|Presenter, Student Job Fair, American Fisheries Society Anual Meeting, Phoenix,Arizona||Bonar||August 2001|
|Northwest Public Radio visited one of the scientist's study sites and did a full 6-minute story Burrowing Owl Habitat Threatened by Development on their program Morning Edition on 15 March 2004. The radio piece highlighted how the scientist's research was helping land management agencies in the region resolve problems caused by urban development.||Conway||March 2004|
|Newpaper article appeared Tucson's daily newspaper (Arizona Daily Star) regarding the town of Marana's efforts to develop a Multi-Species Habitat Conservation Plan. The article was based on a interview I had with a Star reporter and the article quoted me as a expert on burrowing owls (one of the species included in the HCP).||Conway||August 2003|
|Mills, Helena. 2008. The Conservation Professional’s Guide to Working with People. Ecological Management and Restoration. 9:164. Describes and reviews Scott Bonar’s book.||Bonar||September 2008|
|Meet with Arizona's Master Gardeners and spoke about desert fishes.||Bonar||April 2018|
|Life Underwater in Sabino Creek Video Presentation - Plays at Sabino Canyon Visitor Center, USFS Coronado National Forest. Education presentation and underwater videography of desert fish shot in Sabino Canyon, a popular southern Arizona recreation site.||Bonar, Powers||August 2015|
|Led development of <i>Statement of World Aquatic Scientific Societies on the Need to Take Urgent Action against Human-Caused Climate Change</i>, Based on Scientific Evidence, in which 111 of the world's leading aquatic scientific societies authored or joined. These societies were from all 7 continents representing over 80,000 scientists and had expertise ranging from plankton to fish to mammals. This was extensively peer-reviewed and should be in "other" category, but it is not letting me save there.||Bonar||September 2020|
|Led a half-day field trip for the Yuma Birding and Nature Festival.||Conway||April 2001|
|Invited to participate in half-day workshop with Arizona Desert Museum, Sonoran Institute, National Park Service, and Desert Southwest Cooperative Ecosystems Studies Unit to identify potential coordinated research projects in the region that would be of interest to all/most state and federal agencies and conservation organizations.||Conway||July 2002|
|Invited to lead a half-day field trip on the lower Colorado River marshes to teach vocalizations and natural history of rails and other marsh birds for participants of the annual Yuma Birding and Nature Festival||Conway||April 2002|
|Invited to give a one-hour presentation entitled "Rails, Rails, Rails" at the annual Yuma Birding and Nature Festival.||Conway||April 2002|
|Interwiewed by NPR reported for a story on the carnivore study in collaboration with Grand Canyon National Park.||Culver||August 2002|
|Interviewed on <i>The Fisheries Blog</i> on my activities as President of the American Fisheries Society||Bonar||August 2020|
|Interviewed by reporter for Living on Earth Radio Program on the topic of eastern pumas.||Culver||April 2004|
|Hour presentation on rails and other marsh birds for the First Annual Yuma Birding and Nature Festival.||Conway||April 2001|
|Hosted scientist from Purdue University for visit to Tucson. Coordinated nature hikes for wildlife (herps, birds, etc.) and flowers for visiting scientist.||Culver||April 2005|
|Hosted scientist from Namibia for visit to Tucson. Organized departmental seminar for visiting scientist||Culver||October 2003|
|Hosted 2 scientists from the Canadian Wildlife Service for visit to Tucson. Organized departmental seminar, meeting with graduate students, and field trip for their visit.||Conway||February 2002|
|Heather K. Catuzo 2008. The Conservation Professional’s Guide to Working with People Scott A. Bonar. Ecological Restoration. 26(3): 276-277; Describes and reviews Scott Bonar’s book.||Bonar||October 2008|
|Guest speaker for the 14th Annual Fort Huachuca Track Count, hosted by the Sky Island Alliance||Culver||May 2003|
|Fridgen, C. 2008. Book Review: The conservation professional’s guide to working with people. Scott A. Bonar. Environmental Practice 10:81. Describes and reviews Scott Bonar’s book||Bonar||October 2008|
|Flash Floods and Safety. A film made for the School of Natural Resources Film Festival||Bonar||October 2015|
|CNN.com picked up the front-page story on the scientist's research on Burrowing Owls from the Tri-City Herald off the AP and ran the story on 25 February 2004||Conway||February 2004|
|CBS.com, CNN.com, ESPN outdoors, the Associated Press and several Arizona newspapers wrote articles on the rescue of Gila Chub from the oncoming Aspen Fire and subsequent research projects at the Unit to propagate and raise these fishes. The Gila Chub is proposed for listing as endangered.||Bonar||December 2003|
|Bonar, S.A. 2009. How the California Fish and Game turned community opinion around. Island Press Author’s Blog. Discusses the Lake Davis controversy and how it was handled by the CDFG.||Bonar||March 2009|
|Bonar, S.A. 2009. Don’t wait, Communicate. Island Press Author’s Blog. Discusses the importance of communication skills in Natural Resources.||Bonar||February 2009|
|Bonar, S. A. 2020. The amazing 150th anniversary of the American Fisheries Society. <i>Fisheries</i> 45:387. DOI: 10.1002/fsh.10454||Bonar||August 2020|
|Bonar, S. A. 2020. Ode to the civil servant. <i>Fisheries</i> 45:175-176. https://doi.org/10.1002/fsh.10433<br><br><br>||Bonar||March 2020|
|Bonar, S. A. 2020. Make your science go further with standard procedures! Fisheries 45:59-60. DOI: 10.1002/fsh.10402||Bonar||February 2020|
|Bonar, S. A. 2020. Learn the basics, save the world. <i>Fisheries</i> 45:3. DOI: 10.1002/fsh.10383||Bonar||January 2020|
|Bonar, S. A. 2020. Coronavirus, climate change, and a bit of hope. <i>Fisheries</i> 45:223-224. DOI: 10.1002/fsh.10444||Bonar||May 2020|
|Bonar, S. A. 2020. An ecosystem, if you can keep it. <i>Fisheries</i> 45:115. DOI: 10.1002/fsh.10420 .||Bonar||February 2020|
|Bonar, S. A. 2020. American Fisheries Society approves joining World Aquatic Scientific Societies' Statement on Human-Caused Climate Change. <i>Fish Soup</i>. Newsletter of the AZ-NM Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Volume 54 - Summer 2020.||Bonar||July 2020|
|Bonar, S. A. 2020. AFS making history during an historic year. <i>Fisheries</i> 45:291.<b>DOI: </b>10.1002/fsh.10482||Bonar||May 2020|
|Bonar, S. A. 2019. Turn this ship around! <i>Fisheries</i> 44:459-460. DOI: 10.1002/fsh.10347.||Bonar||October 2019|
|Bonar, S. A. 2019. Now is the time for action. <i>Fisheries</i> 44:391. DOI: 10.1002/fsh.10336.||Bonar||September 2019|
|Bonar, S. A. 2019. Having a rough conversation? Try this! <i>Fisheries</i> 44:563. DOI: 10.1002/fsh.10381||Bonar||December 2019|
|Bonar, S. A. 2019. "Making a difference" - A few tips. <i>Fisheries</i> 44:511-512. DOI: 10.1002/fsh.10363||Bonar||November 2019|
|Bonar, S. A. 2008. Web Site: The conservation professionals guide to working with people. Available at www.workingwithpeoplebook.com||Bonar||January 2009|
|Article titled "DNA and the Origins for North American Pumas" for Wild Cat News||Culver||October 2005|
|Archdeacon, T. P. and S. A. Bonar. 2009. Care and spawning of the endangered Mohave tui chub in captivity. American Currents 35(2): 9-12.||Bonar||September 2009|
|An editor of the national magazine "Golf Course News" visited my study site of my burrowing owl project in eastern Washington and wrote an article for their magazine on the project. Citation for article: Overbeck, A. 2002. Washington courses providing habitat for burrowing owls. Golf Course News 14:6-9.||Conway||August 2002|