Below are some of my publications, most those that have been published in peer reviewed journals. One of the common features of many university professors today is to make some of their salient papers readily available to others in a PDF format, although my list is meager rather than salient. Hence, to give my students some experience in this practice, I have put my most recent paper as well as an older paper up on PDF for them to download and read.
Sakai, Walter H. In press. Sakai, Walter H. Is Morning Mist Netting More Effective than Afternoon Mist Netting? North American Bird Bander 33(3):.
Sakai, Walter H. 2008. Spotted Towhee Band Size Revisited. North American Bird Bander 33(1):12-14.
Sakai, Walter H. 2007. Long-billed Hermit (Phaethornis superciliosus) caught in Golden Orb-spider (Nephilia clavipes) Web. Ornitologia Neotropical 18:117-119. PDF
Sakai, Walter H. 2007. More Than Banding Birds. North American Bird Bander 32(2):75.
Sakai, Walter. H. 2006. Polydactyly in a Vaux's Swift. The Wilson Journal Ornithology. 118(3):424-426. PDF
Leong, Kingston, Walter H. Sakai, W. Bremer, D. Feuerstein, and G. Yoshimura. 2004. Analysis of the pattern of distribution and abundance of monarch butterfly's (Danaus plexippus) overwintering sites along the California coastline. IN Karen S. Oberhauser and Michelle J. Solensky, eds. Monarch Butterfly Biology and Conservation.
Sakai, Walter H. and C. John Ralph. 2002. A Tabular Format of Pyle's Ageing and Sexing Method for Landbirds. North American Bird Bander 27(3):77-90.
Sakai, Walter H. 1994. Avian predation on the monarch butterfly [Danaus plexippus L.: Nymphalidae: Lepidoptera] at a California overwintering site. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 48(2): 148-156. PDF Sakai comments
Sakai, Walter H. 1993. Notes on Danaus gilippus strigosus (Nymphalidae: Danainae) in southern California. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 47(2):160-161.