Manuscript using light-level geolocators to identify non-breeding locations, migration routes and timing of Kirtland's Warblers gets Journal of Avian Biology cover
Our recent Journal of Avian Biology paper was featured in BirdWatching Magazine - read the article here
Our recent Scientific Reports paper demonstrating the use of miniaturized GPS tags to track Ovenbirds from breeding to non-breeding territories was featured by several popular media outlets.
Click the links below to read the articles -
I'm presenting the findings from my dissertation work at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute's seminar series.
Second chapter published -
'Migratory connectivity of a Neotropical migratory songbird revealed using archival light-level geolocators' has been accepted at Ecological Applications and is now available as a pre-print here.
I'll be presenting in Estes Park, CO at the AOU:COS:SCO 2014 Joint Meeting on Sept. 24th 2014 at 13:45. See the other talks in the session here.
Dissertation defense is right around the corner!
June 11th at 9:30am
Planetary Hall - room 212
George Mason University, Fairfax VA 22030
We captured our first Ovenbird returning with a GPS unit on the morning of April 18th 2014. The unit took 10 successful fixes at 28 day intervals from June 30th 2013 to April 7th 2014. The locations are accurate to within approximately 10m!