Research Blog

From Woodcock to Worms

The official window to survey for woodcock displays ended earlier this month.  As I have time between finals, grading, and preparing for my qualifying exam, I've been entering data. So far it looks promising (?).... But I'm curious to begin exploring the possible explanations for why we found woodcock in some locations and not in … Continue reading From Woodcock to Worms

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Bayonne Scrublands

In most places, Bayonne is probably known for being associated with the Bayonne Bridge,  a very built up section of Riverfront in northern NJ, a terminal for cruise ships. At least that's what I know of Bayonne. That, and in the birding community, Bayonne  has a cool  golf course that Snowy Owls like to visit … Continue reading Bayonne Scrublands