Dan Mennill's Publications

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* Asterisks indicate students or researchers in my laboratory

2014
103.
Baldo S*, Mennill DJ, Guindre-Parker S, Gilchrist HG, Love OP (2014) Snow Buntings sing individually distinctive songs and show inter-annual variation in song structure. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 126:333-338. [PDF]

102.
Battiston MM*, Wilson DR*, Graham BA*, Kovach KA*, Mennill DJ (2014) Rufous-and-white Wrens (Thryophilus rufalbus) do not exhibit dear enemy effects towards conspecific or heterospecific competitors. Current Zoology online first. [PDF]
101.
Bruni A*, Mennill DJ, Foote JR (2014) Dawn chorus start time variation in a temperate bird community: relationships with seasonality, weather, and ambient light. Journal of Ornithology in press.

100.
Caselli CB*, Mennill DJ, Bicca-Marques JC, Setz WZF (2014) Vocal behavior of black-fronted titi monkeys (Callicebus nigrifrons): acoustic properties and behavioral contexts of loud calls. American Journal of Primatology in press.

99.
Gough DC, Mennill DJ, Nol E (2014) Singing seaside: Pacific Wrens (Troglodytes pacificus) change their songs in the presence of natural and anthropogenic noise. Wilson Journal of Ornithology in press.

98.
Hanna DEL, Wilson DR*, Blouin-Demers G, Mennill DJ (2014) Noise affects call structure in spring peepers, Pseudacris crucifer. Current Zoology in press. [PDF]

97.
Kovach KA*, Hall ML, Vehrencamp SL, Mennill DJ (2014) The responses of three tropical wrens to coordinated duets, uncoordinated duets, and alternating solos. Animal Behaviour in press.

96.
Maynard DF*, Ward K-AA, Doucet SM, Mennill DJ (2014) Male vocal behaviour attracts females in lekking Long-tailed Manakins: vocal output, duet performance, and diel variation. Behavioral Ecology in press.

95.
Mennill DJ (2014) Variation in the vocal behavior of common loons (Gavia immer): insights from landscape-level recordings. Waterbirds 37:26-36. [PDF]

94.
Sanders CE*, Mennill DJ (2014) Acoustic monitoring of nocturnally migrating birds accurately predicts the timing and magnitude of migration through the Great Lakes. Condor 116:371-383. [PDF]

93.
Sanders CE*, Mennill DJ (2014) Acoustic monitoring of migratory birds over Lake Erie: avian responses to barriers and the importance of islands. Canadian Field-Naturalist 128:135-144. [PDF]

92.
Sandoval L*, Méndez C, Mennill DJ (2014) Individual distinctiveness in the fine structural features and repertoire characteristics of the songs of white-eared ground-sparrows. Ethology 120:275-286. [PDF]

91.
Sandoval L*, Mennill DJ (2014) A quantitative description of the vocalizations and vocal behaviour of Rusty-crowned Ground-sparrow (Melozone kieneri). Ornitologia Neotropical accepted pending revision.

90.
Sosa-Lopez JR*, Mennill DJ (2014) Continent-wide patterns of divergence in acoustic and morphological traits in the house wren species complex. Auk: Ornithological Advances 131:41-54. [PDF]

89.
Sosa-Lopez JR*, Mennill DJ (2014) The vocal behaviour of the Brown-throated Wren (Troglodytes brunneicollis): Song structure, repertoires, sharing, syntax, and diel variation. Journal of Ornithology 155:435-446. [PDF]
88.
Sosa-López JR*, Mennill DJ (2014) Vocal behaviour of the island-endemic Cozumel Wren (Troglodytes aedon beani): Song structure, repertoires, and song sharing. Journal of Ornithology 155:337-346. [PDF]
87.
Wilson DR*, Battiston M*, Brzustowski J, Mennill DJ (2014) Sound Finder: A new software approach for localizing animals recorded with a microphone array. Bioacoustics 23:99-112. [PDF]

86.
Wilson DR*, Bitton P-P, Podos J, Mennill DJ (2014) Uneven sampling and the analysis of vocal performance constraints. American Naturalist 183:214-228. [PDF]

2013
85.
Foote JF, Palazzi E, Mennill DJ (2013) Songs of the Eastern Phoebe, a suboscine songbird, are individually distinctive but do not vary geographically. Bioacoustics 22:137-151. [PDF]
84. Hahn AH, Guillette LM, Hoeschele M, Mennill DJ, Otter KA, Grava T, Ratcliffe LM, Sturdy CB (2013) Dominance and geographic information contained within black-capped chickadee (Poecile atricapillus) song. Behaviour 150:1601-1622.
83.
Koloff J*, Mennill DJ (2013) The responses of duetting antbirds to stereo duet playback provide support for the joint territory defense hypothesis. Ethology 119:449-539. [PDF]
This paper is the cover article of Ethology volume 119 issue 6.


82.
Koloff J*, Mennill DJ (2013) Vocal behaviour of barred antshrikes, a Neotropical duetting suboscine songbird. Journal of Ornithology 154:51-61. [PDF]

81.
Sandoval L*, Mendez C, Mennill DJ (2013) Different vocal signals, but not prior experience, influence heterospecific from conspecific discrimination. Animal Behaviour 85:907-915. [PDF]
80.
Sandoval L*, Mennill DJ (2013) Morphometric measurements permit accurate sexing of three species of Mesoamerican ground-sparrow (genus: Melozone). Wilson Journal of Ornithology 125:471-478. [PDF]

79.
Sosa-López JR*, Mennill DJ, Navarro-Sigüenza AG (2013) Geographic variation and the evolution of song in Mesoamerican rufous-naped wrens (Campylorhynchus rufinucha). Journal of Avian Biology 44:27-38. [PDF]
2012
78.
Baker TM*, Wilson DR*, Mennill DJ (2012) Vocal signals predict attack during aggressive interactions in black-capped chickadees. Animal Behaviour 84:965-974. [PDF]

77.
Douglas SB*, Heath DD, Mennill DJ (2012) Low levels of extra-pair paternity in a neotropical duetting songbird, the rufous-and-white wren. Condor 114:393-400. [PDF]
This paper is the cover article of Condor volume 114 issue 2.



76. Kamtaeja S*, Sitasuwan N, Chomdej S, Jatisatienr A, Mennill DJ (2012) Species-distinctiveness in the vocal behaviour of six sympatric bulbuls (genus Pycnonotus) in Southeast Asia. Emu - Austral Ornithology 112:199-208. [PDF]
75.
Maynard DF*, Ward KA, Doucet SM, Mennill DJ (2012) Calling in an acoustically competitive environment: Duetting male long-tailed manakins avoid overlapping neighbours but not playback-simulated rivals. Animal Behaviour 84:563-573. [PDF]

74. Mennill DJ, Battiston M*, Wilson DR*, Foote JR, Doucet SM (2012) Field test of an affordable, portable, wireless microphone array for spatial monitoring of animal ecology and behaviour. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 3:704-712. [PDF] [YouTube]
73.
Mennill DJ, Doucet SM, Ward KAA, Maynard DF*, Otis B, Burt JM (2012) A novel digital telemetry system for tracking wild animals: a field test for studying mate choice in a lekking tropical bird. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 3:663-672. [PDF] [YouTube]
72.
Odom KA*, Mennill DJ (2012) Inconsistent geographic variation in the calls and duets of Barred Owls across an area of genetic introgression. Auk 129:387-398. [PDF]

71.
Sandoval L*, Mennill DJ (2012) Breeding biology of White-eared Ground-sparrows (Melozone leucotis) with a description of a new nest type. Ornitologia Neotropical 23:225-234. [PDF]

70.
Sosa-López JR*, Martinez-Gomez JE, Mennill DJ (2012) Description of the nest, eggs, and parental behavior of the Clarion Wren (Troglodytes tanneri), a vulnerable island-endemic song bird. Ornitologia Neotropical 23:291-298. [PDF]

69.
Toth CA, Mennill DJ, Ratcliffe LM (2012) Evidence for multi-contest eavesdropping in chickadees. Behavioral Ecology 23:836-842. [PDF]
This paper is the cover article of Behavioral Ecology volume 23 issue 4.


2011
68.
Baldo S*, Mennill DJ (2011) Vocal behavior of Great Curassows, a vulnerable Neotropical bird. Journal of Field Ornithology 82:249-258. [PDF]

67.
Blumstein DT, Mennill DJ, Clemins P, Girod L, Yao K, Patricelli G, Deppe JL, Krakauer AH, Clark C, Cortopassi KA, Hanser SF, McCowan B, Ali AM, Kirscehl ANG (2011) Acoustic monitoring in terrestrial environments using microphone arrays: applications, technological considerations, and prospectus. Journal of Applied Ecology. 48:758-767. [PDF]
This paper was featured as “Editor’s Choice” in the May 2011 issue of Journal of Applied Ecology. Read the feature here.

66. Bradley DW*, Mennill DJ (2011) Rufous-naped Wren (Campylorhynchus rufinucha). Neotropical Birds (T. S. Schulenberg, Ed.). Ithaca: Cornell Lab of Ornithology. [Online]

65.
Fitzsimmons LP*, Barker NK*, Mennill DJ (2011) Further analysis supports the conclusion that Screaming Piha (Lipaugus vociferans) songs are individually distinctive and bear a lek signature. Auk 128:790-792. [PDF]
64.
Foote JR*, Fitzsimmons LP*, Mennill DJ, Ratcliffe LM (2011) Male black-capped chickadees begin dawn chorusing earlier in response to simulated territorial insertions. Animal Behaviour 81:871-877. [PDF]

63.
Hanna D, Blouin-Demers G, Wilson DR*, Mennill DJ (2011) Anthropogenic noise affects song structure in Red-winged Blackbirds (Agelaius phoeniceus). Journal of Experimental Biology 214:3542-3548. [PDF]
This paper is the cover article of Journal of Experimental Biology volume 214 issue 21, and is featured in "Inside JEB" (read the feature here).


62.
Koloff J*, Mennill DJ (2011) Aggressive responses to playback of solos and duets in a neotropical antbird. Animal Behaviour 82:587-593. [PDF]
61.
Koloff J*, Mennill DJ (2011) Barred Antshrike (Thamnophilus doliatus). Neotropical Birds (T. S. Schulenberg, Ed.). Ithaca: Cornell Lab of Ornithology. [Online]
60.
Lapierre JM, Mennill DJ, MacDougall-Shackleton EA (2011) Spatial and age-related variation in use of locally common song elements in dawn singing of song sparrows Melospiza melodia; old males sing the hits. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65:2149-2160. [PDF]
59.
Martin JP*, Doucet SM, Knox RC*, Mennill DJ (2011) Body size correlates negatively with frequency of distress calls and songs in Neotropical birds. Journal of Field Ornithology 82:259-268. [PDF]

58.
Mennill DJ (2011) Individual distinctiveness in avian vocalizations and the spatial montioring of behaviour. Ibis 153:235-238. [PDF]

57.
Osmun AE*, Mennill DJ (2011) Acoustic monitoring reveals congruent patterns of territorial singing behaviour in male and female tropical wrens. Ethology 117:385-394. [PDF]
56.
Wilson DR*, Mennill DJ (2011) Duty cycle, not signal structure, explains conspecific and heterospecific responses to the calls of black-capped chickadees (Poecile atricapillus). Behavioral Ecology 22:784-790. [PDF]
2010
55. Doucet SM, Mennill DJ (2010) Dynamic sexual dichromatism in an explosively breeding Neotropical toad. Biology Letters 6:63-66. [PDF]
54.
Douglas SB*, Mennill DJ (2010) A review of acoustic playback techniques for studying avian vocal duets. Journal of Field Ornithology 81:115-129. [PDF]

53.
Foote JR*, Mennill DJ, Ratcliffe LM, Smith SM (2010) Black-capped chickadee (Poecile atricapillus), The Birds of North America (A. Poole, Ed.). Ithaca: Cornell Lab of Ornithology. [Online]

52.
Foote JR*, Fitzsimmons LP*, Mennill DJ, Ratcliffe LM (2010) Black-capped chickadee dawn choruses are interactive communication networks. Behaviour 147:1219-1248. [PDF]

51.
Naguib M, Mennill DJ (2010)  The signal value of bird song: empirical evidence suggests song overlapping is a signal. Animal Behaviour 80:e11-e15. [PDF]

50.
Odom KJ*, Mennill DJ (2010) Vocal duets in a nonpasserine: an examination of territory defense and neighbour-stranger discrimination in a neighbourhood of Barred Owls. Behaviour 147, 619-639. [PDF]

49.
Odom KJ*, Mennill DJ (2010) A quantitative description of Barred Owl vocalizations and vocal activity. Condor 112:549-560.  [PDF]

48. Wilson DR*, Mennill DJ (2010) Black-capped chickadees (Poecile atricapillus) use individually distinctive songs to discriminate between conspecifics. Animal Behaviour 79:1267-1275.  [PDF]

2009
47.
Barker NK*, Mennill DJ (2009) Song perch height in rufous-and-white wrens: Does behaviour enhance effective communication in a tropical forest? Ethology 115:897-904. [PDF]
46.
Barker NK*, Dabelsteen T, Mennill DJ (2009) Degradation of rufous-and-white wren songs in a tropical forest: Effects of sex, perch height, and habitat. Behaviour 146:1093-1122. [PDF]
45.
Bradley DW*, Mennill DJ (2009) Solos, duets, and choruses: The vocal behaviour of the Rufous-naped Wren, a cooperatively breeding neotropical songbird. Journal of Ornithology. [PDF]

44.
Bradley DW*, Mennill DJ (2009) Strong ungraded responses to playback of solos, duets, and choruses in a cooperatively breeding neotropical songbird. Animal Behaviour. [PDF]

43. Hennin HL*, Barker NK*, Bradley DW*, Mennill DJ (2009) Bachelor and paired male rufous-and-white wrens use different singing strategies. Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology. [PDF]

42.
Swiston KA*, Mennill DJ (2009) Comparison of manual and automated cross-correlation methods for identifying target sounds in continuous audio recordings of Pileated, Pale-billed, and putative Ivory-billed Woodpeckers. Journal of Field Ornithology 80:42-50. [PDF]
2008
41.
Fitzsimmons LP*, Foote JR, Ratcliffe LM, Mennill DJ (2008) Frequency matching, overlapping, and movement behaviour in diurnal countersinging interactions of black-capped chickadees. Animal Behaviour 75:1913-1920. [PDF]
40.
Fitzsimmons LP*, Foote JR, Ratcliffe LM, Mennill DJ (2008) Eavesdropping and communication networks revealed through stereo playback and an Acoustic Location System. Behavioral Ecology 19:824-829. [PDF]
39.
Fitzsimmons LP*, Barker NK*, Mennill DJ (2008) Individual variation and lek-based vocal distinctiveness in songs of the Screaming Piha (Lipaugus vociferans), a suboscine songbird. Auk 125:908-914. [PDF]
38.
Foote JR, Fitzsimmons LP*, Mennill DJ, Ratcliffe LM (2008) Male chickadees match neighbours interactively at dawn: support for the social dynamics hypothesis. Behavioral Ecology 19:1192-1199.  [PDF]

37.
Foote JR, Fitzsimmons LP*, Mennill DJ, Ratcliffe LM (2008) Tied to the nest: Male black-capped chickadees decrease dawn chorus movement behaviour when their mate is fertile. Animal Behaviour 76:1227-1233. [PDF]
36.
Lippold S*, Fitzsimmons LP*, Foote JR, Ratcliffe LM, Mennill DJ (2008) Post-contest behaviour in black-capped chickadees (Poecile atricapillus): Loser displays, not victory displays, follow asymmetrical countersinging exchanges. Acta Ethologica 11:67-72. [PDF]
35.
Mennill DJ, Vehrencamp SL (2008) Context-dependent functions of avian duets revealed through microphone array recordings and multi-speaker playback. Current Biology 18:1314-1319. [PDF]
34.
Schubert KA, Mennill DJ, Ramsay SM, Otter KA, Boag PT, Ratcliffe LM, & Kraus KC (2008) Between-year survival and rank transitions in male black-capped chickadees: a multi-strata modelling approach. Auk 125:629-636. [PDF]
33.
Topp SM*, Mennill DJ (2008) Seasonal variation in the duetting behaviour of rufous-and-white wrens (Thryothorus rufalbus). Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology 62:1107-1117. [PDF]
32.
Tremain SB*, Swiston KA*, Mennill DJ (2008) Seasonal Variation in Acoustic Signals of Pileated Woodpeckers (Dryocopus pileatus).  Wilson Journal of Ornithology 120:499-504. [PDF]
31.
Valderrama S*, Parra J, Davila N, Mennill DJ (2008) The vocal behavior of the critically-endangered Niceforo's Wren (Thryothorus nicefori).  Auk 125: 395-401. [PDF]
2007
30.
Cuthbert JL*, Mennill DJ (2007) The duetting behavior of Pacific coast plain wrens (Thryothrous modestus modestus). Condor 109:686-692. [PDF]
Online supplement: Listen to the songs described in this paper at my interactive Plain Wren Song Page.

29.
Doucet SM, Mennill DJ, Hill GE (2007) The evolution of signal design in manakin plumage ornaments. The American Naturalist 169:S63-S80. [PDF]
28.
Freeberg TM, Baker MC, Bloomfield LL, Charrier I, Gammon DE, Hailman JP, Lee TT-Y, Lucas JR, Mennill DJ, Sturdy CB (2007) Complexities in Vocal Communication. In: Ecology and Behavior of Chickadees and Titmice (Otter KA, ed) 235-240. [PDF]
27.
Mennill DJ, Otter KA (2007) Status signalling and communication networks in black-capped chickadees: Complex communication with a simple song. In: Ecology and Behavior of Chickadees and Titmice (Otter KA, ed) 215-233. [PDF]
26.
Mennill DJ, Burg TM, Curry BL, Martin K, Norris AR, Ratcliffe LM, Reudink MW, Rossano LM, Shubert KA (2007) Parid Reproductive Behaviour. In: Ecology and Behavior of Chickadees and Titmice (Otter KA, ed) 147-150. [PDF]
25.
Ratcliffe LM, Mennill DJ, Schubert KA (2007) Dominance in black-capped chickadees. In: Ecology and Behavior of Chickadees and Titmice (Otter KA, ed) 131-146. [PDF]
24.
Schubert KA, Mennill DJ, Ramsay SM, Otter KA, Boag PT, Ratcliffe LM (2007) Variation in social rank acquisition influences lifetime reproductive success in black-capped chickadees. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 90:85-95. [PDF]
23.
Valderrama S*, Parra J, Mennill DJ (2007) Species differences in the songs of the critically endangered Niceforo's Wren (Thryothorus nicefori) and the related Rufous-and-white Wren (Thryothorus rufalbus). Condor 109:870-878. [PDF]
Online supplement: Listen to the songs described in this paper at my interactive Niceforo's Wren Song Page.

2006
22.
Hill GE, Mennill DJ, Rolek  BW, Hicks TL, Swiston KA (2006) Evidence suggesting that ivory-billed woodpeckers exist in Florida. Avian Conservation and Ecology - Écologie et conservation des oiseaux. [Online access]
21.
Mennill DJ (2006) Aggressive responses of male and female rufous-and-white wrens to stereo duet playback. Animal Behaviour 17:219-226. [PDF]
20.
Mennill DJ, Rogers AC (2006) Whip it good! Geographic consistency in male songs and variability in female songs of the duetting Eastern Whipbird (Psophodes olivaceus). Journal of Avian Biology 37:93-100. [PDF]  
Online supplement: Listen to the songs described in this paper at my interactive Eastern Whipbird Song Page
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19.
Mennill DJ, Badyaev AV, Jonart LM, Hill GE (2006) Male house finches with elaborate songs have higher reproductive performance. Ethology 112:174-180. [PDF]
18.
Mennill DJ, Burt JM, Fristrup KM, Vehrencamp SL (2006) Accuracy of an acoustic location system for monitoring the position of duetting tropical songbirds. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 119:2832-2839. [PDF]
2005
17.
Doucet SM, Mennill DJ, Montgomerie R, Boag PT, Ratcliffe LM (2005) Achromatic plumage reflectance predicts reproductive success in male black-capped chickadees. Behavioral Ecology 16:218-222. [PDF]
16.
Doucet SM, Mennill DJ (2005) First description of the nest of the Round-tailed Manakin (Pipra chloromeros).  Ornithologia Neotropical 16:433-434. [PDF]
15.
Mennill DJ, Vehrencamp SL (2005) Sex differences in the singing and duetting behavior of neotropical Rufous-and-white Wrens (Thryothorus rufalbus). Auk 122:175-186. [PDF]
Online supplement: Listen to the songs described in this paper at my interactive Rufous-and-white Wren Song Page.

14.
Mennill DJ, Doucet SM (2005) First description of the nest of the Ruddy Treerunner (Margarornis rubiginosus). Cotinga 24:109-110. [PDF]
2004
13.
Christie PJ, Mennill DJ, Ratcliffe LM (2004) Pitch shifts and song structure indicate male quality in the dawn chorus of black-capped chickadees. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 55:341-348. [PDF]
12.
Christie PJ, Mennill DJ, Ratcliffe LM (2004) Chickadee song structure is individually distinctive over long broadcast distances. Behaviour 141:101-124. [PDF]
11.
Mennill DJ, Ratcliffe LM (2004) Nest cavity orientation in black-capped chickadees Poecile atricapillus: do the acoustic properties of cavities influence sound reception in the nest and extra-pair matings? Journal of Avian Biology 35:477-482. [PDF]
10.
Mennill DJ, Ratcliffe LM (2004) Overlapping and matching in the song contests of black-capped chickadees. Animal Behavior 67:441-450. [PDF]
9.
Mennill DJ, Ramsay SM, Boag PT, Ratcliffe LM (2004) Patterns of extrapair mating in relation to male dominance status and female nest placement in black-capped chickadees. Behavioral Ecology 15:757-765. [PDF]
8.
Mennill DJ, Ratcliffe LM (2004) Do male black-capped chickadees eavesdrop on song contests? A multi-speaker playback experiment. Behaviour 141:125-139. [PDF]
2003
7.
Mennill DJ, Boag PT, Ratcliffe LM (2003) The reproductive choices of eavesdropping female black-capped chickadees, Poecile atricapillus. Naturwissenschaften 90:577-582. [PDF]
6.
Mennill DJ, Doucet SM, Montgomerie R, Ratcliffe LM (2003) Achromatic color variation in black-capped chickadees, Poecile atricapilla: Black and white signals of sex and rank. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 53:350-357. [PDF]
5.
Ramsay SM, Mennill DJ, Otter KA, Ratcliffe LM, Boag PT (2003) Sex allocation in black-capped chickadees. Journal of Avian Biology 34:134-139. [PDF]
2002
4.
Mennill DJ, Ratcliffe LM, Boag PT (2002) Female eavesdropping on male song contests in songbirds. Science 296:873-873. [PDF] [download supplementary materials]
2001
3.
Mennill DJ (2001) Song characteristics and singing behaviour of the mangrove warbler (Dendroica petechia bryanti). Journal of Field Ornithology 72:327-337. [PDF]
2000
2.
Mennill DJ, Ratcliffe LM (2000) A field test of Syrinx sound analysis software in interactive playback. Bioacoustics 11:77-86. [PDF]
1.
Ramsay SM, Otter KA, Mennill DJ, Ratcliffe LM, Boag PT (2000) Divorce and extrapair mating in female black-capped chickadees (Parus atricapillus): separate strategies with a common target. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 49:18-23.  [PDF]

Non-refereed contributions to research

Mennill DJ (2011) "Chickadee" and "Black-capped Chickadee" entries in The Canadian Encyclopedia. Historica Foundation, Ottawa, Canada.


Mennill DJ, Smith JNM (2011) "Nuthatch" entry in The Canadian Encyclopedia. Historica Foundation, Ottawa, Canada.

Mennill DJ (2009) Book review: The Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Ontario, 2001-2005. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 121:662-663. [PDF]


Mennill DJ (2006) Book review: Animal Communication Networks. International Society for Behavioral Ecology Newsletter 18:11-12. [PDF]

Rogers AC, Mennill DJ, Hall ML (2002) The function of avian duets: defining hypotheses, discussing advances and clarifying future directions. International Society for Behavioral Ecology Newsletter 14:19-21. [PDF]

Peer-reviwed contributions written by my students

La V* (2012) Diurnal and nocturnal birds vocalize at night: a review. Condor 114:245-257.


Sandoval L*, Wilson DR* (2012) Local predation pressure predicts the strength of  mobbing responses in tropical birds. Current Zoology 58:781-790.


Sosa R* (2011). Socorro Wren (Troglodytes sissonii). Neotropical Birds (T. S. Schulenberg, Ed.). Itahca: Cornell Lab of Ornithology.


Barker NK* (2008) Bird song structure and transmission in the neotropics: trends, methods and future directions. Ornitologia Neotropical 19:175-199.

Bradley DW* (2008) Description of the nest and parental behavior of the bare-crowned antbird (Gymnocichla nudiceps). Ornitologia Neotropical 19:153-156.

Valderrama SV*, Parra JE, DaVila N (2007) First description of the nest of the Niceforo's Wren: A critically endangered Colombian endemic songbird. Ornitologia Neotropical 18:313-318.