Megan Shave recently defended her Ph.D. dissertation EVALUATING THE CONSERVATION AND AGRICULTURAL APPLICATIONS OF ORCHARD NEST BOXES FOR A DECLINING RAPTOR.
Recently accepted papers:
William, S.M. and C.A. Lindell. In press. Nuclear species in Peruvian Amazonian mixed-species flocks are differentially attractive to transient species and to each other. Wilson Journal of Ornithology.
Shave, M.E. and C.A. Lindell. 2017. American Kestrels occupying nest boxes in Michigan cherry orchards show high reproductive performance and tolerance to video camera monitoring. Journal of Raptor Research 51(1):50-60.