WOS is very pleased to announce winners of the society's Research Awards for 2012:
Louis Agassiz Fuertes Awards
Graham Frye, Boise State University: "The role of plant chemistry in space-use by avian herbivores: a multi-scale assessment"
Kelsey Low, Villanova University: "Plumage brightness, social dominance, and reproductive success of male Carolina Chickadees (Poecile carolinensis): Implications for hybridization with Black-capped Chickadees (P. atricapillus)?"
Daira Ximena Villagran Chavarro: "Saving the Cundinamarca Antpitta: assessment and conservation of the Cundinamarca Antpitta (Grallaria kaetsneri), Colombia"
Paul A. Stewart Awards
Michael Akresh, University of Massachusetts, Amherst: "Examining carry-over effects in Prairie Warblers using stable-isotope analysis"
Jacob Armiger, Villanova University: "The genetic mating system and reproductive skew in Yucatan Wren (Campylorhynchus yucatanicus)"
Annette Fayet, University of Oxford: "Migratory navigation and behaviour of the Atlantic Puffin"
Kristin Kovach, University of Windsor: "The function of duetting behavior in Thryothorus wrens"
Bethany Krebs, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: "Impacts of parasitism on avian immunocompetence, behavior, and movement"
Rachel Eaton, Michigan State University: "Following frugivores: Tracking avian use of and damage to cherry orchards"
Landon Jones, University of Louisiana Lafayette: "Spatial patterns of seed dispersal by two species of toucans in a tropical agricultural landscape"
Kristen Covino, University of Southern Mississippi: "Hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis activity in Nearctic-Neotropical songbirds throughout spring migration"
2012 WOS Research Awards
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