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Fellowship Opportunity Extended The LSU School of Renewable Natural Resources has a fellowship opportunity for an exceptional student to develop a dissertation project. The student would be advised by Phil Stouffer. The research area is open, but would need to match interests in my lab (see http://www.rnr.lsu.edu/people/pstouffer/default.htm). I would be especially open to developing a project connected with Biodiversity Initiative ( http://biodiversityinitiative.org) for work in Equatorial Guinea, but I am open to other ideas from energetic potential students. The fellowship, funded by
The following article has been published on the Ornithology Exchange. This and other articles can be found under the Articles tab in the navigation menu or by clicking here. Editor's Choice: Breeding biology of Hawaiian birds and Uruguayan savanna avian assemblages Philip Stouffer, Editor The editor of the The Condor: Ornithological Applications highlights two recent publications. The first explores the breeding biology of two endangered Hawaiian forest birds. The second describes the structure of avian assemblages in grasslands associated with agriculture in the Uruguayan savanna ecoregion.
First Study of Breeding Biology of Two Endangered Hawaiian Honeycreepers (January 7, 2015, The Condor: Ornithological Applications)—A new open-access article in The Condor: Ornithological Applications presents the first comprehensive study of the breeding biology of two endangered Hawaiian honeycreepers, the ‘Akikiki (Oreomystis bairdi) and ‘Akeke‘e (Loxops caeruleirostris). Ruby Hammond of Northern Arizona University, along with Lisa Crampton and Jeffrey Foster, monitored populations of both birds in the remote central to their mountains of Kauai during the breeding seasons of June 2012 and