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examined with data collected from various habitats on the island. The results suggest diet optimization and functional responses are the most useful models for describing bobcat- prey relationships.

(103) Bildstein, K.L., W. Post, J. Johnston and P. Frederick. 1990. Freshwater wetlands, rainfall and the breeding ecology of white ibises in coastal South Carolina. Wilson Bulletin, 102:84-98.

A decline in White Ibis (Eudocimus albus) populations at two South Carolina nesting locations, Drum Island and Pumkinseed Island, from 1984 to 1985 was evaluated with respect to climate patterns and available prey. 1984 was a very wet year and 1985 a dry year. Declines in nesting numbers and hatching success were related to reduced freshwater wetlands and the associated reduction of crayfish for the ibises diet.

(104) Boczek J. and R. Davis. 1990. Three new species of Eriophyid mites from Georgia Coastal islands (Acari: Eriophyoidea). Journal of Entomological Science, 25:125-133.

This paper describes three new species of eriophyid mites collected on two back barrier coastal islands, in Georgia. Most mites were found on Wilmington Island, a residential suburb of Savannah, Georgia with a large variety of introduced non-native vegetation. Very few plant-feeding mites were found on McQueens Island perhaps due to the type of vegetation present or phase of faunal development.

(105) *Bowers, J.W., J.S. Simmons and D. Forster. 2000 (in progress). Relative occurrence of acorn and palmetto mast in the late-fall diets of white-tailed deer and feral swine on Ossabaw and Sapelo Islands, Georgia. Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Annual Performance Report, Atlanta.

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(106) Bratton, S.P. 1985. The Vegetation History of Fort Frederica, St. Simons, Georgia. Castanea, 50:133-145.

The vegetation history of Fort Fredrica is examined with regard to aboriginal and colonial use of the land, examining how human disturbance has affected the current vegetation structure.

(107) * Bratton, S.P. 1988. Wood stork use of fresh and saltwater habitats on Cumberland Island National Seashore. U.S. National Park Service, Cooperative

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