In 2018, scientists published 112 peer-reviewed papers using media from the Macaulay Library. Media in the Macaulay Library helped researchers discover a new species of grosbeak in the Amazon and helped us understand why birds-of-paradise not only have amazing plumage patterns, but dance moves and vocalizations as well. Researchers also used media in the Macaulay Library to assess the abundance of secretive marsh birds and determine what makes for a good leader in mixed-species foraging flocks. This list is just a small sampling of the great research being produced using media from Macaulay Library.
Adret, P., K. Dingess, C. Caselli, J. Vermeer, J. Martínez, J. Luna Amancio, S. Van Kuijk, L. Hernani Lineros, R. Wallace, and E. Fernandez-Duque (2018). Duetting Patterns of Titi Monkeys (Primates, Pitheciidae: Callicebinae) and Relationships with Phylogeny. Animals 8:178.
Baer, A. 2018. Slave to the Rhythm: Variation in the Acoustic Signaling of Picoides Woodpeckers, CUNY, Academic Works.
Billings, A. C. (2018). The low-frequency acoustic structure of mobbing calls differs across habitat types in three passerine families. Animal Behaviour 138:39-49.
Bobay, L. R., P. J. Taillie, and C. E. Moorman (2018). Use of autonomous recording units increased detection of a secretive marsh bird. Journal of Field Ornithology.
Bodrati, A., and K. L. Cockle (2018). Reproductive biology and distribution of the Silky-tailed Nightjar (Antrostomus sericocaudatus sericocaudatus) in Argentina. Ornitologia Neotropical 29:1-11.
Boesman, P., O. Claessens, T. V. Costa, V. Pelletier, J. Ingels, and A. Renaudier (2018). Songs of Rusty Tinamou Crypturellus brevirostris and duetting in Crypturellus species. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club 138:69-78.
Bradley, J. (2018). Some noteworthy distributional records from the Gwassi Hills area, Homa Bay County, Kenya. Scopus: Journal of East African Ornithology 38:16-23.
Brondani, I. L., E. R. Behr, V. P. Damasceno, and M. M. Krügel (2018). Recent occurrence of Tinamus solitarius (Vieillot, 1819)(Tinamiformes, Tinamidae) in central Rio Grande do Sul state, southern Brazil. Check List 14:505-508.
Bruyninckx, J. (2018). Listening in the Field: Recording and the Science of Birdsong. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.
Buitrón-Jurado, G., and H. Rodríguez-García (2018). Two new records of Ocellated Crake Micropygia schomburgkii in the Coastal Cordillera and a review of its distribution in Venezuela. Cotinga 40:81–85.
Burner, R. C., A. Siani, and C. Boer (2018). First Record of Bare-headed Laughingthrush Garrulax calvus in Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo. Kukila 21:17–21.
Buxton, V. L., M. P. Ward, and J. H. Sperry (2018). Evaluation of Conspecific Attraction as a Management Tool across Several Species of Anurans. Diversity 10:6.
Cake, M., A. Black, and L. Joseph (2018). The generic taxonomy of the Australian Magpie and Australo-Papuan butcherbirds is not all black-and-white. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club 138:346-359.
Carneiro, L., G. A. Bravo, and A. Aleixo (2018). Phenotypic similarity leads to taxonomic inconsistency: A revision of the lowland’s antpittas. Zoologica Scripta.
Caselli, C. B., P. H. Ayres, S. C. Castro, A. Souto, N. Schiel, and C. T. Miller (2018). The role of extragroup encounters in a Neotropical, cooperative breeding primate, the common marmoset: a field playback experiment. Animal Behaviour 136:137-146.
Cavarzere, V., G. Muniz, P. A. Silva, and W. F. Teixeira (2018). Records of the Ornate Hawk-eagle, Spizaetus ornatus (Daudin, 1800)(Accipitridae), from the state of São Paulo, southeastern Brazil. Check List 14:651-655.
Caycedo-Rosales, P., and C. M. González (2018). Caracterización y monitoreo de aves y paisajes sonoros en tres macrohábitats de la región de La Mojana. in Instituto de Investigación de Recursos Biológicos. Alexander von Humbodlt y Universidad de Córdoba.
Cooney, C. R., H. E. Macgregor, N. Seddon, and J. A. Tobias (2018). Multi-modal signal evolution in birds: re-examining a standard proxy for sexual selection. Proceedings of the Royal Society B.
Cowen, M. 2018. Multiple routes to interspecific territoriality in sister species of North American songbirds, UCLA.
Da Silva Chaves, L., C. B. Caselli, R. De Albuquerque Carvalho, and R. R. N. Alves (2019). Noninvasive Sampling Techniques for Vertebrate Fauna. In Methods and Techniques in Ethnobiology and Ethnoecology. Springer 309-321.
Dainson, M., M. Mark, M. Hossain, B. Yoo, M. Holford, S. E. Mcneil, C. Riehl, and M. E. Hauber (2018). How to make a mimic? Brood parasitic striped cuckoo eggs match host shell color but not pigment concentrations. Journal of chemical ecology 44:940-946.
Dale, C. 2018. Should I Stay or Should I Go? Alternative migratory strategies in partially migratory western bluebirds (Sialia mexicana). PhD, Queens University, Kingston Ontario.
Deichmann, J. L., O. Acevedo‐Charry, L. Barclay, Z. Burivalova, M. Campos‐Cerqueira, F. D’horta, E. T. Game, B. L. Gottesman, P. J. Hart, and A. K. Kalan (2018). It’s time to listen: there is much to be learned from the sounds of tropical ecosystems. Biotropica 50:713-718.
Derryberry, E. P., N. Seddon, G. E. Derryberry, S. Claramunt, G. F. Seeholzer, R. T. Brumfield, and J. A. Tobias (2018). Ecological drivers of song evolution in birds: Disentangling the effects of habitat and morphology. Ecology and Evolution 8:1890-1905.
Donegan, T. M. (2018). What is a species? A new universal method to measure differentiation and assess the taxonomic rank of allopatric populations, using continuous variables. ZooKeys:1.
Escalona S, M. D., P. Ivo Simões, A. Gonzalez‐Voyer, and S. Castroviejo‐Fisher (2018). Neotropical frogs and mating songs: The evolution of advertisement calls in glassfrogs. Journal of Evolutionary Biology.
Franz, I., C. E. Agne, G. A. Bencke, L. Bugoni, and R. A. Dias (2018). Four decades after Belton: a review of records and evidences on the avifauna of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Iheringia. Série Zoologia 108.
García, N. C., L. N. Naka, and G. S. Cabanne (2018). Vocal variation in relation to genetic structure in an Atlantic forest woodcreeper (Xiphorhynchus fuscus): evolutionary and taxonomic implications. Journal of Ornithology 159:379-388.
García, N. C., and P. L. Tubaro (2018). Dissecting the roles of body size and beak morphology in song evolution in the “blue” cardinalids (Passeriformes: Cardinalidae). The Auk 135:262-275.
Garza, K. R. 2018. Birds and Vegetation Structure of Isolated Juniper and Oak Communities in the Trans-Pecos Chihuahuan Desert. Master’s of Science, The University of Texas at El Paso.
Harrod, W., and R. L. Mumme (2018). Slate-throated Redstart Myioborus miniatus. Neotropical Birds.
Hill, S. D., A. Aryal, M. D. Pawley, and W. Ji (2018). So much for the city: Urban–rural song variation in a widespread Asiatic songbird. Integrative zoology 13:194-205.
Hill, S. D., and M. D. Pawley (2018). Reduced song complexity in founder populations of a widely distributed songbird. Ibis.
Hockman, E. V. 2018. Acoustic monitoring of wildlife in inaccessible areas and automatic detection of bird songs from continuous recordings. PhD, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN.
Holthuijzen, W. A. (2018). Stranger danger: acoustic response of the Veery (Catharus fuscescens) via heterospecific eavesdropping on the Tufted Titmouse (Baeolophus bicolor). The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 130:168-179.
Horack, S. (2018). On Parakeets, in The New World. New England Review 39:49-51.
Hosner, P. A., L. C. Campillo, M. J. Andersen, L. A. Sánchez-González, C. H. Oliveros, R. C. Urriza, and R. G. Moyle (2018). An integrative species delimitation approach reveals fine-scale endemism and substantial unrecognized avian diversity in the Philippine Archipelago. Conservation Genetics 19:1153-1168.
Isler, M. L., and B. M. Whitney (2018). Reevaluation of the taxonomic positions of Epinecrophylla fjeldsaai (Aves: Passeriformes: Thamnophilidae) and its geographic neighbors based on vocalizations. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology.
Janni, O., A. Corso, and M. Viganò (2018). Range extensions for White-shouldered Antshrike Thamnophilus aethiops, Imeri Warbling Antbird Hypocnemis flavescens and Black-headed Antbird Percnostola rufifrons along the Putumayo River in Colombia, and their biogeographical significance. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club 138:244-259.
Jia-Jia, J., W. Xian-Quan, D. Fa-Jie, F. Xiao, Y. Han, and H. Bo (2018). Bio-Inspired Steganography for Secure Underwater Acoustic Communications. IEEE Communications Magazine 56:156-162.
Jiang, J., X. Wang, F. Duan, X. Fu, T. Huang, C. Li, L. Ma, L. Bu, and Z. Sun (2019a). A sonar-embedded disguised communication strategy by combining sonar waveforms and whale call pulses for underwater sensor platforms. Applied Acoustics 145:255-266.
Jiang, J., X. Wang, F. Duan, W. Liu, L. Bu, F. Li, C. Li, Z. Sun, S. Ma, and C. Deng (2019b). Study of the relationship between pilot whale (Globicephala melas) behaviour and the ambiguity function of its sounds. Applied Acoustics 146:31-37.
Jiang, J.-J., L.-R. Bu, X.-Q. Wang, C.-Y. Li, Z.-B. Sun, H. Yan, B. Hua, F.-J. Duan, and J. Yang (2018). Clicks classification of sperm whale and long-finned pilot whale based on continuous wavelet transform and artificial neural network. Applied Acoustics 141:26-34.
Johnson, K. D. 2018. Perspectives of Messiaen’s Catalogue d’Oiseaux: A Four-Part Podcast Miniseries. Doctor of Musical Arts, The University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI.
Karin, B. R., C. Cicero, M. S. Koo, and R. C. Bowie (2018). The role of history and ecology as drivers of song divergence in Bell’s and Sagebrush sparrows (Artemisiospiza, Aves: Passerellidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 125:421-440.
Khatami, F., M. Wöhr, H. L. Read, and M. A. Escabí (2018). Origins of scale invariance in vocalization sequences and speech. PLoS computational biology 14:e1005996.
Lane, D. F., and F. Angulo (2018). The distribution, natural history, and status of the Long-whiskered Owlet (Xenoglaux loweryi). The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 130:650-657.
Lannoo, M. J., R. M. Stiles, D. Saenz, and T. J. Hibbitts (2018). Comparative Call Characteristics in the Anuran Subgenus Nenirana. Copeia 106:575-579.
Laverde-R, O., and C. D. Cadena (2018). Songs in the understory and colors in the canopy: habitat structure leads to different avian communication strategies in a tropical montane forest. bioRxiv:393595.
Ligon, R. A., C. D. Diaz, J. L. Morano, J. Troscianko, M. Stevens, A. Moskeland, T. G. Laman, and E. Scholes (2018). Evolution of correlated complexity in the radically different courtship signals of birds-of-paradise. bioRxiv:351437.
Linke, S., T. Gifford, C. Desjonquères, D. Tonolla, T. Aubin, L. Barclay, C. Karaconstantis, M. J. Kennard, F. Rybak, and J. Sueur (2018). Freshwater ecoacoustics as a tool for continuous ecosystem monitoring. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 16:231-238.
Luque, A., J. Romero-Lemos, A. Carrasco, and J. Barbancho (2018). Non-sequential automatic classification of anuran sounds for the estimation of climate-change indicators. Expert Systems with Applications 95:248-260.
Maclaren, A. R., P. S. Crump, J. A. Royle, and M. R. Forstner (2018). Observer‐free experimental evaluation of habitat and distance effects on the detection of anuran and bird vocalizations. Ecology and Evolution.
Martínez, A. E., H. S. Pollock, J. P. Kelley, and C. E. Tarwater (2018). Social information cascades influence the formation of mixed-species foraging aggregations of ant-following birds in the Neotropics. Anim. Behav. 135:25-35.
Martinez, B., A. Dehgan, B. Zamft, D. Baisch, C. Mccormick, A. J. Giordano, R. Aicher, S. Selbe, and C. Hoffman (2018). Advancing federal capacities for the early detection of and rapid response to invasive species through technology innovation. Biol Invasions.
Martinsen, E. S., K. P. Mcfarland, and C. C. Rimmer (2018). Documentation of a hybrid Bicknell’s Thrush (Catharus bicknelli)× Veery (C. fuscescens) using vocalization and genetic data. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 130:70-80.
Matías, E., and K. Eisermann (2018). First record of Red-throated Pipit Anthus cervinus in Central America. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club 138:383-385.
Mennill, D. J., S. M. Doucet, A. E. Newman, H. Williams, I. G. Moran, I. P. Thomas, B. K. Woodworth, and D. R. Norris (2018). Wild birds learn songs from experimental vocal tutors. Current Biology 28:3273-3278. e3274.
Michel, F., C. Faron-Zucker, and F. Gandon (2018a). Bridging Web APIs and Linked Data with SPARQL Micro-Services. in Extended Semantic Web Conference (ESWC).
Michel, F., C. Zucker, O. Gargominy, and F. Gandon (2018b). Integration of Web APIs and Linked Data Using SPARQL Micro-Services—Application to Biodiversity Use Cases. Information 9:310.
Miles, M. C., and M. J. Fuxjager (2018). Animal choreography of song and dance: a case study in the Montezuma oropendola, Psarocolius montezuma. Animal Behaviour 140:99-107.
Miles, M. C., F. Goller, and M. J. Fuxjager (2018a). Physiological constraint on acrobatic courtship behavior underlies rapid sympatric speciation in bearded manakins. eLife 7:e40630.
Miles, M. C., E. R. Schuppe, R. M. Ligon Iv, and M. J. Fuxjager (2018b). Macroevolutionary patterning of woodpecker drums reveals how sexual selection elaborates signals under constraint. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285:20172628.
Miller, E. T., J. E. Mccormack, G. Levandoski, and B. R. Mckinney (2018). Sixty years on: birds of the Sierra del Carmen, Coahuila, Mexico, revisited. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club 138:318-334.
Mittermeier, J. C., G. Dutson, R. E. James, T. E. Davies, R. Tako, and J. a. C. Uy (2018). The avifauna of Makira (San Cristobal), Solomon Islands. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 130:235-255.
Nelson, G., and S. Ellis (2018). The history and impact of digitization and digital data mobilization on biodiversity research. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374:20170391.
Odom, K. J., and L. Benedict (2018). A call to document female bird songs: Applications for diverse fields. The Auk 135:314-325.
Pagani‐Núñez, E., X. Xia, G. Beauchamp, R. He, J. H. Husson, D. Liang, and E. Goodale (2018). Are vocal characteristics related to leadership patterns in mixed‐species bird flocks? Journal of Avian Biology.
Pardo, M. A., E. A. Sparks, T. S. Kuray, N. D. Hagemeyer, E. L. Walters, and W. D. Koenig (2018). Wild acorn woodpeckers recognize associations between individuals in other groups. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences.
Parr, C. S., and A. E. Thessen (2018). Biodiversity Informatics. In Ecological Informatics. Springer 375-399.
Pegan, T. M., E. R. Gulson-Castillo, A. Biun, J. I. Byington, R. G. Moyle, F. T. Y. Yu, E. M. Wood, D. W. Winkler, and F. H. Sheldon (2018). An assessment of avifauna in a recovering lowland forest at Kinabalu National Park, Malaysian Borneo. Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 66:110-131.
Pereira, J. M. C. V. 2018. Effects of habitat fragmentation on bird communities of Polylepis woodland and surrounding matrix, in Huascarán National Park, Perú, University of Plymouth.
Porzio, N., M. Repenning, and C. Fontana (2018). Do beak volume and bite force influence the song structure of sympatric species of seedeaters (Thraupidae: Sporophila)? Emu-Austral Ornithology:1-8.
Prawiradilaga, D. M., P. Baveja, S. Suparno, H. Ashari, N. S. R. Ng, C. Y. Gwee, P. Verbelen, and F. E. Rheindt (2018). A colourful new species of Myzomela honeyeater from Rote Island in eastern Indonesia. . TREUBIA 44:77-100.
Quispe-Melgar, H. R., W. Navarro Romo, F. N. Ames-Martínez, V. Camel Paucar, and C. S. Sevillano-Ríos (2018). New distribution records of Anairetes alpinus (Carriker, 1933)(Aves, Tyrannidae), a highly specialized and endangered bird of Polylepis forests in Junín, Peru. Check List 14:499-504.
Rankin, S., M. Castellote, J. Delarue, K. Stafford, F. I. Archer, B. Koot, M. Richlen, J. Thompson, J. K. Ford, and R. Williams (2018). Methods for characterizing fin whale song notes for comparative studies of geographic variation in song.
Reinhardt, A. L. 2018. The Effect of an Indirect Predator Cue on Veery (Catharus fuscescens) Dusk Chorus.
Riede, K. (2018). Acoustic profiling of Orthoptera: present state and future needs. Journal of Orthoptera Research 27:203.
Rivadeneira, C. D., P. J. Venegas, and S. R. Ron (2018). Species limits within the widespread Amazonian treefrog Dendropsophus parviceps with descriptions of two new species (Anura, Hylidae). ZooKeys:25.
Robinson, W. D., A. C. Lees, and J. G. Blake (2018). Surveying tropical birds is much harder than you think: a primer of best practices. Biotropica 50:846-849.
Ron, S. R., W. E. Duellman, M. A. Caminer, and D. Pazmiño (2018). Advertisement calls and DNA sequences reveal a new species of Scinax (Anura: Hylidae) on the Pacific lowlands of Ecuador. PLoS One 13:e0203169.
Ross, S. R.-J., N. R. Friedman, K. L. Dudley, M. Yoshimura, T. Yoshida, and E. P. Economo (2018). Listening to ecosystems: data-rich acoustic monitoring through landscape-scale sensor networks. Ecological research 33:135-147.
Rothenberg, D. (2018). A human place in the sound of wildness. Journal of Ecoacoustics 2:B2S26C.
Rountree, R. A., M. Bolgan, and F. Juanes (2018). How Can We Understand Freshwater Soundscapes Without Fish Sound Descriptions? Fisheries.
Rutt, C. L., V. Jirinec, E. I. Johson, M. Cohn-Haft, C. F. Vargas, and P. C. Stouffer (2018). Twenty years later: an update to the birds of the biological dynamics of forest fragments project, Amazonas, Brazil. Revista Brasileira de Ornitologia 25:277–296.
Salazar, S., and J. L. Mena (2018). Aves del Santuario Nacional Tabaconas Namballe, vertiente oriental de los Andes del Norte Peruano. Revista peruana de biología 25:091-110.
Schneider, J. N., and E. Mercado Iii (2018). Characterizing the rhythm and tempo of sound production by singing whales. Bioacoustics:1-18.
Schneider, V. E., H. G. Ribeiro, M. Â. P. Giordani, M. Cechinatto, A. G. Da Silva, and S. H. Z. Carra (2018). Sistema de Informação Ambiental: proposta de adequações ao módulo de fauna para sua utilização como uma ferramenta de apoio à aprendizagem. Scientia cum Industria 5:137-142.
Schofield, L., H. Loffland, R. Siegel, C. Stermer, and H. Mathewson (2018). Using conspecific broadcast for Willow Flycatcher restoration. Avian Conservation and Ecology 13.
Scholes, E., and T. G. Laman (2018). Distinctive courtship phenotype of the Vogelkop Superb Bird-of-Paradise Lophorina niedda Mayr, 1930 confirms new species status. PeerJ 6:e4621.
Smith, M. G., S. A. Kaiser, T. S. Sillett, and M. S. Webster (2018). Variation in nest characteristics and brooding patterns of female Black-throated Blue Warblers is associated with thermal cues. The Auk 135:733-747.
Socolar, J. B., J. Díaz-Alván, P. S. Del Castillo, L. Y. Pomara, B. J. O’shea, S. C. Poclin, D. Stotz, F. Schmitt, D. Graham, and B. H. Carnes (2018). Noteworthy bird records from northeastern Peru reveal connectivity and isolation in the western Amazonian avifauna. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 130:94-111.
Sornoza-Molina, F., J. F. Freile, J. Nilsson, N. Krabbe, and E. Bonaccorso (2018). A striking, critically endangered, new species of hillstar (Trochilidae: Oreotrochilus) from the southwestern Andes of Ecuador. The Auk: Ornithological Advances 135:1146-1171.
Swapna, I., A. Ghezzi, J. M. York, M. R. Markham, D. B. Halling, Y. Lu, J. R. Gallant, and H. H. Zakon (2018). Electrostatic Tuning of a Potassium Channel in Electric Fish. Current Biology.
Symes, L. (2018). Spatial and temporal variation in three call traits and preferences of the tree cricket Oecanthus forbesi. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 72:35.
Terhune, J. (2018). The underwater vocal complexity of seals (Phocidae) is not related to their phylogeny. Canadian Journal of Zoology.
Thakur, A., V. Abrol, P. Sharma, and P. Rajan (2018a). Deep Convex Representations: Feature Representations for Bioacoustics Classification. Proc. Interspeech 2018:2127-2131.
Thakur, A., V. Abrol, P. Sharma, and P. Rajan (2018b). Local compressed convex spectral embedding for bird species identification. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 143:3819-3828.
Thrasher, D. J., B. G. Butcher, L. Campagna, M. S. Webster, and I. J. Lovette (2018). Double‐digest RAD sequencing outperforms microsatellite loci at assigning paternity and estimating relatedness: A proof of concept in a highly promiscuous bird. Molecular ecology resources.
Tingley, M. W., A. N. Stillman, R. L. Wilkerson, C. A. Howell, S. C. Sawyer, and R. B. Siegel (2018). Cross‐scale occupancy dynamics of a post‐fire specialist in response to variation across a fire regime. Journal of Animal Ecology.
Toews, D. P., H. M. Streby, L. Burket, and S. A. Taylor (2018). A wood-warbler produced through both interspecific and intergeneric hybridization. Biology Letters 14:20180557.
Tomás, H. R. (2018). Paisagem sonora do Parque Estadual da Serra do Tabuleiro: riqueza e diversidade acústica de um trecho de Mata Atlântica.
Torreblanca, M. C., and E. B. Calva (2018). Registros de Thraupis episcopus (Linnaeus, 1766) en la ciudad de Chilpancingo, Guerrero, México. ACTA ZOOLÓGICA MEXICANA (NS) 34.
Ubaid, F. K., L. F. Silveira, C. A. Medolago, T. V. Costa, M. R. Francisco, K. V. Barbosa, and A. D. Junior (2018). Taxonomy, natural history, and conservation of the Great-billed Seed-Finch Sporophila maximiliani (Cabanis, 1851)(Thraupidae, Sporophilinae). Zootaxa 4442:551-571.
Van Doren, B. M., B. G. Freeman, N. Aristizabal, M. Alvarez-R, J. Pérez-Emán, A. M. Cuervo, and G. A. Bravo (2018). Species limits in the Rusty-breasted Antpitta (Grallaricula ferrugineipectus) complex. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 130:152-167.
Van Els, P., and H. V. Norambuena (2018). A revision of species limits in Neotropical pipits Anthus based on multilocus genetic and vocal data. Ibis 160:158-172.
Vitorino, B. D., A. V. B. Da Frota, S. K. I. Castrillon, and J. R. Da Silva Nunes (2018). Birds of Estação Ecológica da Serra das Araras, state of Mato Grosso, Brazil: additions and review. Check List 14:893.
Webster, M. S., and J. Podos (2018). Acoustic Communication. Ornithology: Foundation, Analysis, and Application:409.
Weir, J. T. (2018). Description of the song of the Nilgiri Thrush (Zoothera [aurea] neilgherriensis) and song differentiation across the Zoothera dauma species complex. Avian Research 9:28.
Williams, H., C. W. Robins, D. R. Norris, A. E. Newman, C. R. Freeman-Gallant, N. T. Wheelwright, and D. J. Mennill (2018). The buzz segment of Savannah sparrow song is a population marker. Journal of Ornithology:1-11.
Wingert, A. K., and T. J. Benson (2018). Detection of barn owls (Tyto alba) during nighttime call-broadcast surveys. The Journal of Raptor Research 52:361-369.
Yandell, D. D., W. M. Hochachka, S. Pruett-Jones, M. S. Webster, and E. I. Greig (2018). Geographic patterns of song variation in four species of Malurus fairy‐wrens. Journal of Avian Biology 49:jav-01446.