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Non-breeding season events influence sexual selection in a long-distance migratory bird
MW Reudink, PP Marra, TK Kyser, PT Boag, KM Langin, LM Ratcliffe
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1662), 1619-1626, 2009
1922009
Hydrogen isotopic variation in migratory bird tissues of known origin: implications for geographic assignment
KM Langin, MW Reudink, PP Marra, DR Norris, TK Kyser, LM Ratcliffe
Oecologia 152, 449-457, 2007
1402007
Herbivory in a spider through exploitation of an ant–plant mutualism
CJ Meehan, EJ Olson, MW Reudink, TK Kyser, RL Curry
Current biology 19 (19), R892-R893, 2009
1382009
Historical pesticide applications coincided with an altered diet of aerially foraging insectivorous chimney swifts
JJ Nocera, JM Blais, DV Beresford, LK Finity, C Grooms, LE Kimpe, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1740), 3114-3120, 2012
1162012
Plumage brightness predicts non‐breeding season territory quality in a long‐distance migratory songbird, the American redstart Setophaga ruticilla
MW Reudink, CE Studds, PP Marra, T Kurt Kyser, LM Ratcliffe
Journal of Avian Biology 40 (1), 34-41, 2009
692009
Extrapair paternity and mate choice in a chickadee hybrid zone
MW Reudink, SG Mech, RL Curry
Behavioral Ecology 17 (1), 56-62, 2006
662006
Structure and Dynamics of The Hybrid Zone Between Black-Capped Chickadee (Poecile Atricapillus) and Carolina Chickadee (P. Carolinensis) in Southeastern …
MW Reudink, SG Mech, SP Mullen, RL Curry
The Auk 124 (2), 463-478, 2007
642007
Ecology and behavior of chickadees and titmice: an integrated approach
KA Otter
Oxford University Press, 2007
582007
Plumage coloration predicts paternity and polygyny in the American redstart
MW Reudink, PP Marra, PT Boag, LM Ratcliffe
Animal Behaviour 77 (2), 495-501, 2009
512009
Expanding the traditional definition of molt-migration
CM Tonra, MW Reudink
The Auk: Ornithological Advances 135 (4), 1123-1132, 2018
422018
Mitochondrial evidence for panmixia despite perceived barriers to gene flow in a widely distributed waterbird
RA Oomen, MW Reudink, JJ Nocera, CM Somers, MC Green, CJ Kyle
Journal of Heredity 102 (5), 584-592, 2011
412011
Evidence for Introgression in the Endangered Sonora Tiger Salamander, Ambystoma tigrinum stebbinsi (Lowe)
A Storfer, SG Mech, MW Reudink, RE Ziemba, J Warren, JP Collins
Copeia 2004 (4), 783-796, 2004
322004
Urban environments are associated with earlier clutches and faster nestling feather growth compared to natural habitats
KLD Marini, KA Otter, SE LaZerte, MW Reudink
Urban Ecosystems 20, 1291-1300, 2017
312017
Moult migration in Bullock’s orioles (Icterus bullockii) confirmed by geolocators and stable isotope analysis
AG Pillar, PP Marra, NJ Flood, MW Reudink
Journal of Ornithology 157, 265-275, 2016
312016
Inbreeding and strong population subdivision in an endangered salamander
A Storfer, SG Mech, MW Reudink, K Lew
Conservation Genetics 15, 137-151, 2014
292014
Panmixia on a continental scale in a widely distributed colonial waterbird
MW Reudink, CJ Kyle, JJ Nocera, RA Oomen, MC Green, CM Somers
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 102 (3), 583-592, 2011
292011
Anti-predator responses of Neotropical resident and migrant birds to familiar and unfamiliar owl vocalizations on the Yucatan Peninsula
MW Reudink, JJ Nocera, RL Curry
Ornitol Neotrop 18, 543-552, 2007
292007
Carotenoid-based male plumage predicts parental investment in the American Redstart
RR Germain, MW Reudink, PP Marra, LM Ratcliffe
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 122 (2), 318-325, 2010
282010
Inter-annual variation in American redstart (Setophaga ruticilla) plumage colour is associated with rainfall and temperature during moult: an 11-year study
MW Reudink, AE McKellar, KLD Marini, SL McArthur, PP Marra, ...
Oecologia 178, 161-173, 2015
272015
Behavioral aspects of chickadee hybridization
RL Curry, LM Rossano, MW Reudink
Ecology and Behavior of Chickadees and Titmice: An Integrated Approach (K …, 2007
272007
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