Silas Fischer's study species at Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico
Dr. Henry M. Streby is an organismal ecologist with broad research and teaching interests in wildlife ecology, evolutionary biology, and quantitative science.
Associate Professor of Ecology
University of Toledo
January 2024 - Gunnar Kramer (PhD 2021) begins his tenure-track journey as an Assistant Professor at Iowa State University!
October 2023 - Our preprint on aesthetic bias in ornithology is out and quickly garners more attention than "99% of its peers" according to Altmetric. Makes sense; it's a very pretty paper. S. Fischer, lead author.
June 2023 - Our paper on risk factors experienced during migration by Vermivora warblers is published in Landscape Ecology. G. Kramer, lead author.
June 2023 - Dr. Streby participations in another great Wilson Ornithological Society meeting. We love this supportive and diverse society.
May 2023 - Dr. Streby presented research on bird migration at the Indiana Dunes Birding Festival. Thanks to Brad Bumgardner for the invitation.
March 2023 - Annie and Gunnar are both featured for their amazing contributions to migration ecology in a new popular book about bird migration by Rebecca Heisman.
October 2022 - Annie coauthored a book, The Birds of the Ligonier Valley, with long-time mentor, Robert Leberman (1937-2020). Available at the Powdermill Nature Reserve.
October 2022 - Silas authored a chapter about art-science communication in a fascinating new book called Artworks for Jellyfish and Other Others.
July 2022 - Silas and Henry give talks at our first Wilson Ornithological Society meeting, in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Easily the most welcoming, collegial, diverse, and thoughtfully organized professional meeting we've attended.
June 2022 - Annie presents her work on isotopes in bird fat at the AOS & BC conference in Puerto Rico.