May 7, 2019

Northern California's majestic redwoods, rugged mountains, and seemingly endless expanses of rocky shoreline form a magic brew that gave rise to amazing bird communities and an eclectic group of researchers and students dedicated to their study. The center of wildlife...

September 27, 2018

Bird molt is strangely divisive. Akin to secularists and people of faith fiercely debating creationism (Fig 1), molt nomenclature – and associated theory – has split the ornithological community. The fault line is the Atlantic Ocean. Generally, banders in North, Centra...

This blog post was based on a report prepared for the Western Klamath Restoration Partnership (WKRP) and can be downloaded here. Addiitonally, this blog post served as the basis for a paper we published in the Journal of Wildlife Management.

Barred Owls (Strix varia) an...

December 3, 2017

This blog post was based on a report prepared for the Western Klamath Restoration Partnership (WKRP) and can be downloaded hereIn addition to my review, Derek Lee and Monica Bond published a recent meta-analysis and review, respectively, examining effects of fire on...

December 3, 2017

California Condors are not only the largest avian scavenger in North America, they are a species of cultural significance for the Yurok tribe of Northern California. Yurok ancestral territory is in the heart of the historical range of California Condors and I have been...

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