February 2022 - Our paper on brood splitting behavior in Golden-winged Warblers is accepted for publication in the Journal of Avian Biology (S. Peterson, lead author)
January 2022 - Silas Fischer is awarded a grant from T&E Inc to support next steps in the Gray Vireo study.
November 2021 - Gunnar Kramer successfully defends his dissertation. On to the next adventure!
November 2021 - Our paper on post-fledging ecology in Gray Vireos is accepted for publication in Avian Ecology and Conservation. S. Fischer lead author (their first lead author paper!)
August 2021 - Annie and Gunnar are both voted in as Elective Members, and Dr. Streby is elected as a Fellow, of the American Ornithological Society
June 2021 - Our PNAS paper on Vermivora migratory connectivity (Kramer et al. 2018) won The Wildlife Society's 2021 Wildlife Publication Award, with all papers from the past 3 years in any journal eligible.
May 2021 - Annie Lindsay is awarded a grant from the Pennsylvania Ornithological Society for her research on subcutaneous fat in migratory birds.
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