Summer and Fall 2016
Recently accepted articles:
Shave, M.E. and C.A. Lindell. American Kestrels occupying nest boxes in Michigan cherry orchards show high reproductive performance and tolerance to video camera monitoring. Journal of Raptor Research.
Lazos, E., J. Zinda, A. Bennett-Curry, P. Balvanera, G. Bloomfield, C. Lindell and C. Negra. 2016. Stakeholders and tropical reforestation: challenges, trade-offs, and strategies in dynamic environments. Biotropica 48:xxx-xxx
Williams, S. M. 2016. Observations on the mating behavior of the eastern lowland olingo Bassaricyon alleni (Carnivora: Procyonidae) in the Peruvian Amazon. Zoologia 33:e20160027
Williams, S. M. 2016. First description of the nest of the Stipple-throated Antwren (Epinecrophylla haematonota) in Peru. Ornitología Neotropical 27:97-100.
Summer 2016 saw Sean Williams pursuing his work on understory mixed-species flocks on the Madre de Dios River, Peru, while Steve Roels ran field experiments on trophic interactions at the Agua Salud restoration site in Panama. Meanwhile, back in the U.S., American Kestrels, Eastern Bluebirds, and European Starlings used many of the nest boxes we (Melissa Brady, Megan Shave, Catherine Lindell) installed in blueberry fields in Van Buren and Allegan Counties.