In our lab we study how human change of the environment influences wildlife, with a focus on birds.
Undergraduates and prospective graduate (MS) students, if you are interested in working on behavioral and ecological questions related to human-wildlife conflict, feel free to email me.
Integrated Science Center 3271
College of William & Mary,
Williamsburg, VA 23187-8795.
Tel: 757 221 2231
Fax 757 221 6483
- Professor of Biology. Year of arrival: 2001.
- Visiting Research Associate, University of Exeter, UK (2015-2016)
- Dean of Graduate Studies and Research, College of William and Mary (2012-2013)
- Sabbatical Research Fellow, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, Santa Barbara (2007-2008)
- Permanent Lecturer (equivalent of Assistant Professor), School of Biological Sciences, University of Bristol, UK (1998-2001)
- Royal Society of London University Research Fellow, University of Bristol, UK (1998-2001)
- Visiting Research Associate, University of Chicago (1997-1999)
- Natural Environment Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Glasgow, UK (1995-1997)
- Natural Environment Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Bristol, UK (1994-1995)
- Ph.D. Behavioral Ecology, University of Bristol, UK (1991-1994)
- B.Sc. (Hons) Psychology & Zoology, University of Bristol, UK (1988-1991)
Videos about work in the lab:
Protecting birds from collisions and harm, using acoustics: Sonic Net and Acoustic Lighthouse projects
Using acoustics to deter birds from socioeconomically important sites: TEDx talk
General introduction to the influence of mercury on songbirds: video about our mercury project. [though I must admit this video was from a few years agonow]