Stratford, J.A. and M. Steele. 2010. Conservation Biology: An Overview In. Terrestrial Vertebrates of Pennsylvania: A Case Study in Conservation. Johns Hopkins University Press.
Stratford, J.A. 2010. The effect of environmental contaminants on avian populations. In, S.K. Majumdar, T.L. Masters, M. Brittingham, R.M. Ross, R. Mulvihill, and J. Huffman (eds.) Avian Ecology and Conservation: A Pennsylvania Focus with National Implications. Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences.
Stratford, J.A., W.D. Robinson, and J. Hogland. In Review. Spatial variation in bird species richness across a heterogeneous landscape is influenced most by urbanization. Landscape Ecology.
Stratford, J.A. and W.D. Robinson. 2005. Distribution of Neotropical migratory bird species across an urbanizing landscape. Urban Ecosystems 8: 59-77.
Stratford, J. A. and W. D. Robinson. 2005 Gulliver travels to the fragmented tropics: Geographic variation in mechanisms of avian extinction. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3: 91-98.
Stratford, J.A. 2005. Notes on nests of Ruddy Quail-Doves (Geotrygon montana), Lesser Swallow-tailed Swifts (Panyptila cayennensis), Mouse-colored Antshrikes (Thamnophilus murinus), and Scale-backed Antbirds (Hylophylax poecilonotus) from central Amazonas, Brazil. Ornithologia Neotropical 15:265-267.
Stratford, J. A. 2004. Rise of Islamic creationism [book review]. Cladistics 20: 215-217.
Stratford, J. A. 2004. Nest descriptions of several enigmatic Neotropical birds from Manaus, Brazil. Ornithologia Neotropical 15:265-267.
Stratford, J. A. and J. W. Tucker. 2002. Sharp-shinned Hawk (Accipiter striatus) nest in the east Gulf Coastal Plain of Alabama. Alabama Birdlife 48:10-12.
Stratford, J. A. and P. C. Stouffer. 2001. Reduced feather growth rates of two common birds in a fragmented landscape near Manaus, Brazil. Conservation Biology 15: 721-728.
Stratford, J. A. 2000. First report of a Myrmeciza ferruginea nest from Brazil. Ararajuba 8:43-44.
Stratford, J. A. and P. C. Stouffer. 1999. Local extinctions of terrestrial insectivorous birds in a fragmented landscape near Manaus, Brazil. Conservation Biology 13: 1316-1326.