Both, C., Artemyev, A.A., Blaauw, B., Cowie, R.j., Dekhuijzen, A.J., Eeva, Tapio., Enemar, A., Gustafsson, L., Ivankina, E.V., Jarvinen, A., Metcalfe, N.B., Nyholm, N.E.I., Potti, J., Ravussin, P-A., Sanz, J.J., Silverin, B., Slater, F.M., Sokolov, L.V., Torok, J., Winkel, W., Wright, J., Zang, H. & Visser, M.E. (2004). Large-scale geographical variation confirms that climate change causes birds to lay earlier. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B 271, 1657-1662. ISSN 0962 8452. (3.544).

Fry, D. & Slater, F. (2008).  Birds of New Zealand Willow Coppice.  Ringers Bulletin, Summer 2008, p 13.

Jennings, P. (1984).  Topical tips for ringers.  Ringers’ Bulletin, 6, 59.

Jennings, P.P. (1985). Observations on an instance of Hybridization between a male Firecrest and a female Goldcrest. Ardea. 73: 191-192.

Kern, M.D., Cowie, R.J. & Slater, F.M. (2000). Responses of egg-laying pied flycatchers to experimental changes in clutch size: A re-examination. The Condor. 102: 428-432. 

Morgan, M.J. & Slater, F.M. (1984). Unexpected nest-box occupants. Nature in Wales. New Series. 2, (1+2), 110-11. (for 1983). 

O’Halloran, J., Duggan, P.f. & Myers, A.A. (1988).  Biochemical and haematological values for Mute swans (Cygnus olor): effects of acute lead poisoning.  Avian Pathology, 17, 667-678.

O’Halloran, J., Myers, A.A. & Duggan, P.F. (1988).  Blood lead levels and free red blood cell protoporphyrin as a measure of lead exposure in Mute swans.  Environmental Pollution Series, 51, 19-38.

O’Halloran, J., Myers, A.A. & Duggan, P.f. (1988).  Lead poisoning in swans and sources of contamination in Ireland.  Journal of Zoology, London, 216, 211-223.

O’Halloran, J. & Myers, A.a. (1989).  Some sub-lethal effects of lead on Mute swan Cygnus olor.  J. Zool., Lond.  218, 627-632.

Ormerod, S.J., Tyler, S.J. & Lewis, J.M.S. (1985).  Is the breeding distribution of Dippers influenced by stream acidity?  Bird Study, 32, 32-39.

Robertson, J.C, & Slater, F.M. (1997). Seasonal Movements of Blue Tits Parus caeruleus and Great Tits P. major in Mid Wales. Welsh Birds 1, (5), 38-40. ISSN 1359-1649. 

Slater, F.M. (1979). Temperature changes as a measure of nest-box activity in the Pied Flycatcher. Breconshire Birds, 4, 23-25. 

Slater, F.M. (1985). Albino House Martin in the Brecon Beacons. Nature in Wales.  Vol 4, p 119.

Slater, F.M. & Jennings, P.P. (1987). Aberrant eggs of Pied Flycatchers Ficedula hypoleuca in mid-Wales. Bird Study. 34: 185-186. 

Slater, F.M. (1988). The April Gulls. Radnorshire Wildlife Trust Newsletter. No 3: 3. 

Slater, F.M., Foster, J. & O'Halloran, J. (1990). Mute, Bewick's and Whooper Swans in mid-Wales and the Lower Wye Valley. Radnorshire Society Transactions, 1990. LX, 12 - 26. 

Slater, F.M., Foster, J. & O'Halloran (1992). Population trends in mute swans (Cygnus olor) in mid-Wales and the lower Wye Valley. Welsh Bird Report, 4, 74-79. 

Slater, F.M. (1993). Food removal rate from feeders as a measure of bird activity in a rural woodland fringe. Welsh Bird Report, 6, 1992, 73 - 76. (ISSN 0962 6352) 

Slater, F.M. (1994). A Squirrel Resistant Peanut Feeder. Ringers' Bulletin, 8, (6), 79 

Slater, F.M. (1995). A review of: Lovegrove, R., Williams, G. & Williams, I.(1994). Birds of Wales. pp371. London. Poyser. ISBN 0-85661-069-0 in: Ibis, 137, (1), 126-127. ISSN 0019 1019. 

Slater, F.M. (1995). Extracts from the Llysdinam Game Books. Welsh Birds. 1, (1), 21 - 24. ISSN 1359 1649. 

Slater, F. M. (1998) Three quarters of a century of Pied Flycatchers Ficedula hypoleuca in mid Powys. Welsh Birds, 2, (1), 16-20 ISSN1359-1649 

Slater, F. M. (1998) Nestbox use in relation to height and wood treatment. Ringers' Bulletin, 9, (7), 74. 

Slater, F.M. (1999). First-egg date fluctuations for the Pied Flycatcher Ficedula hypoleuca in the woodlands of mid-Wales in the twentieth century. Ibis. 141: 497-499. ISSN 0019-1019. 

Slater, F. M. (1999). Pied Flycatcher Ficedula hypoleuca migration from some woodlands in the upper Wye valley. Welsh Birds, 2, (3), 109-112. ISSN 1359-1649.

Slater, F.M. (2000). Golden Orioles in Radnorhsire. Welsh Birds. 2 (4): pp 228.