© 2013 by Henry M Streby

January 2020 - Our paper about migratory movements in Red-headed Woodpeckers is accepted for publication in Animal Migration - R.K. Pagel, lead author.

January 2020 - Our paper about knowing whether statistical tests are useful in accepted for publication in Heliyon - S. Qian, lead author.

January 2020 - Our Photo Gallery documenting our work on bivanlent song in warblers is published in the Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America - G. Kramer, lead author.

November 2019 - Congratulations to Kyle Pagel (MS, 2019) on his new job as an Environmental Scientist with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife!

August 2019 - Our Share With Wildlife grant is funded to continue work with Gray Vireos in New Mexico in 2020.

August 2019 - Our collaborative paper on a single gene associated with migration behavior in Vermivora warblers is accepted for publication in PNAS - D. Toews, lead author.

August 2019 - Our paper on bivalent singing in Vermivora warblers is accepted for publication in Ecology - G. Kramer, lead author.

April 2019 - R. Kyle Pagel successfully defends his Master's thesis and submits his first manuscript for publication.

April 2019 - Silas Fischer is awarded the prestigious University Fellowship to complete their doctoral studies in the Streby Lab.

March 2019 - Our paper on resource use in horned lizards is accepted by Ecology and Evolution - J. Refsnider, lead author.

February 2019 - Our paper on productivity of woodcock and warblers in managed landscapes is accepted by Biological Conservation - G. Kramer, lead author.

Principle Investigator:  Dr. Henry M. Streby is an organismal ecologist with broad research and teaching interests in quantitative wildlife population ecology and evolutionary biology.

Henry joined the Department of Environmental Sciences at the The University of Toledo in the fall of 2016.


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Minnesota Cooperative Research Unit

The Buehler Lab

UT Knoxville

The Beissinger Lab

UC Berkeley

The Miles Lab

Ohio University