Books and Publications
Lectures and Appearances
Montana Best Times: Big Sky Birding Column
McEneaney,Terry. 1988. Birds of Yellowstone. 314 pages. Roberts-Rinehart. Boulder, CO. OUT OF PRINT. Revision 2014.
McEneaney,Terry. 1991. The Uncommon Loon. 112 pages. Northland Publishing. Flagstaff, Arizona. OUT OF PRINT.
McEneaney, Terry. 1993. Birding Montana. 314 pages. Falcon Press, Helena, MT. OUT OF PRINT. Revision 2014.
These books can be purchased from a number of sources including:
Or can be found on the internet at www.amazon.com or eBay.
Recent Significant Publications
McEneaney, T. 2008. Field Observations, Analyses, and Interpretations of a 77 Year Yellowstone Trumpeter Swan Data Set (1931- 2007): Yellowstone Wildlife Guides. Gardiner, Montana. Publication # 1. pp 150
McEneaney, T. 2008. Field Checklist of the Mammals of Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone Wildlife Guides. Gardiner, Montana. Publication # 2. pp 5.
McEneaney, T. 2008. Field Checklist of the Birds of Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone Wildlife Guides. Gardiner, Montana. Publication # 3. pp 9.
McEneaney, T. 2007. 2007 Yellowstone Bird Report (in preparation).
McEneaney, T. 2006. 2006 Yellowstone Bird Report.
McEneaney, T. 2005. 2005 Yellowstone Bird Report.
McEneaney, T. 2005. Rare Color Variants of the Trumpeter Swan. Birding March / April pp. 146-152.
McEneaney, T. 2004. 2004 Yellowstone Bird Report.
McEneaney,T. 2004. A Rare Whooper Swan at Yellowstone National Park, with comments on North American reports of the species. North America Birds Winter Vol. 58, No. 2. pp. 301-308
McEneaney, T. 2004. 2004 Yellowstone Checklist.
McEneaney, T. 2003. 2003 Yellowstone Bird Report.
McEneaney, T. 2002. 2002 Yellowstone Bird Report.
McEneaney, T. 2002. Piscivorous Birds of Yellowstone Lake:
Their History, Ecology, and Status. Proceedings of the 6th Biennial Scientific Conference on the Greater Yellowstone. Conference Theme: Yellowstone Lake -- Hotbed of Chaos or Reservoir of Resilience
McEneaney, T. 2001. 2001 Yellowstone Bird Report.
McEneaney, T. 2000. 2000 Yellowstone Bird Report.
Romagosa, C. & McEneaney, T. 1999. Eurasian Collared-Dove in North America and the Carribean. North American Birds Vol. 53, No.4. pp 348-353
McEneaney, T. 1999. 1999 Yellowstone Bird Report.
Yellowstone Science Articles
McEneaney, T. 2004. Recent Additions to the Yellowstone Bird Checklist, and Raven Predation of Grebes. Yellowstone Science: Vol.12, summer. pp.25-27
Alan Channing, Mary Higby Schweitzer, John R. Horner, and Terry McEneaney. A Silicified Bird from Quaternary Hot Spring Deposits
Popular Articles in Newspapers
Past and Present Prepared Lectures
- "A New Approach to Bird Identification"
- "Fossil Birds"
- "Status and Wintering Ecology of the Birds of the Yellowstone Plateau"
- "Lucky Feathers--Adventures and Experiences of a Yellowstone Ornithologist"
- "Fundamentals of Ecology"
- "Yellowstone and Beyond"
- "A Different View of Yellowstone Science"
- "Understanding the Triggers and Timing of Bird Migration"
- "Status and Winter Adaptations of Yellowstone Birds"
- "The Ecology of the Yellowstone Trumpeter Swan--and What Is In Store for the Future"
- "Yellowstone--Loving It To Death"
- "Amazing Feats of Migratory Birds"
- "Bird Extinction -- Lessons from the Past, Predictions for the Future"
- "Passenger Pigeon -- North America's Greatest Migrant"
- "The Birds of the Lewis & Clark Expedition in Montana"
- "An Ornithologist's View of Yellowstone"
Good Birdwatching Begins with Good Field ID Books (January 2004)
Feeding Do's, Don't's (February 2004)
Bird Migration: Invigorating Signs of Spring (March 2004)
Waterfowl Migration and Bird Identification Go Hand in Hand (April 2004)
A Wonderful Combination: The Big Sky and Bluebirds (May 2004)
How To Get Bluebirds In Your Backyard - Part 1 (June 2004)
How To Get Bluebirds In Your Backyard - Part 2 (July 2004)
Cliff Swallows - They are birds you learn to either love or hate (September 2004)
Rock Doves, or Rock Pigeons: Changes in the Way We View Birds - Part 1 (November 2004)
The Complex World of Pigeons - More than meets the eye - Part 2 (January 2005)
The Ubiquitous Bald Eagle: It Is Coming Nearly Full Circle Since the Days of Lewis and Clark (March 2005)
Ospreys - Unique Birds of Prey (May 2005)
The Pros and Cons of Osprey Nest Platforms -- What Every Wildlife Enthusiast and Angler Needs to Know (July 2005)
The Fascinating Ecology of the Great Blue Heron: Great Blue Heron or GBH? (September 2005)
Great Blue Heron Nesting: Are the Nesting Colonies Called Rookeries or is There a Better Term? (November 2005)
Rough-legged Hawks -- Montana's Feathered Harbingers of Winter (January 2006)
Great Horned Owls -- Stealth Bombers of the Night (March 2006)
Barely Escaping Bald Eagles (November 2007)
Bird fight over "Hercules" (January 2008)
Looney Start Yet A Happy Ending (April 2008)
Yellowstone's Oldest Bird (June 2008)
A Four-legged Vacuum (July 2008)
The Discovery and Journey of the Clark's Nutcracker (October 2008)
Past Workshops / Seminars
Ecology of the Yellowstone Trumpeter Swan, YNP, WY
Ecological Relationships of Birds, YNP, WY
Fall Migration, Raptor Identification and Ecology, YNP, WY
Learning Birds By Jizz, YNP, WY
Learning Birds By Sound, YNP, WY
Ornithology Field Camp (IFO), Great Falls, MT
Owls of the Rocky Mountains (IFO), Charlo, MT
Raptors Return, Raptor Identification and Ecology-Spring, YNP, WY
Waterfowl Identification and Ecology, YNP, WY
Wintering Diurnal and Nocturnal Raptors (IFO), Charlo, MT
IFO = Institute For Field Ornithology (Workshop)
MRCC =Missouri River Canoe Company