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Swaddle lab
 

 

 

Members of the lab

  • Dr. John Swaddle (how human modification of the environment affects the behavior, ecology, and evolution of wildlife)
  • Ananda Menon (MS student: effects of mercury on male fertility)
  • Rachel Davis (MS student: the effects of mercury on telomere degradation)
  • Amanda Werrell (MS student: can a "sonic net" remove red-winged blackbirds from roosts and crops?)
  • Tim Boycott (MS student: reducing the risk of in-flight collisions for birds)
  • Tess Kendrick (Senior: noise ordinances for wildlife)
  • Christine Folks (Senior: effects of noise on perceived predation risk)
  • Rob Kline (Senior: using sound to protect plant crops)
  • Luke Hagin (Junior: effects of noise on sleep in zebra finches)
  • Robin Thady (Junior: effects of plumage color on antipredatory tactics of red-backed fairy-wrens)
  • Palmer Foran (Junior: the effects of ultrasound on biological systems)
  • Jenny Reid (Junior: the effects of ultrasound on biological systems)
  • Macy Calder (Sophomore: does attractiveness alter sperm allocation strategies in zebra finches)
  • Sally Mullis (Sophomore: the effects of ultrasound on biological systems)
  • Liz Kelafant (Sophomore: TBD)
  • Molly Lynch (Sophomore: TBD)

One of the lab's ex-students, Caitlin Kight, has an ecology and behavior blog going, which you can check out here

lab photo 2018

 

 

 

 

©Copyright John Swaddle, Biology Department, College of William and Mary
Last updated August 22, 2018