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Kathryn E Sieving

University of Florida



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Recent Publications:

In Revision  / Accepted as of June 2017

1Chaves W, Wilkie DS, Monroe MC, Sieving KE.  In Revision. Market access and wild meat consumption in the central Amazon, Brazil. Biological Conservation.   

1Chaves W, Valle DR, Monroe MC, Wilkie DS, Sieving KE, Sadowsky B. In Revision. What works to change wild meat consumption: an experiment in the central Amazon, Brazil.  Conservation Letters.

1Malone KM, 2Powell AC, Hua F, Sieving KE.  Accepted. Bluebirds perceive prey switching by Cooper’s hawks across an urban gradient and adjust reproductive effort. Ecoscience.


3Cornelius C, Awade M, Candia-Gallardo C, Sieving KE, Metzger JP. 2017. Habitat fragmentation Drives Inter-Population Variation in Dispersal Behavior in a Neotropical Rainforest Bird.  Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation 15:3-9;

Freeberg TM, Eppert SK, Sieving KE, Lucas JR. 2017. Diversity in mixed species groups improves success in a novel feeder test in a wild songbird community. Scientific Reports 7. doi:10.1038/srep43014

1Chaves W, Sieving KE, Fletcher RJ. 2017. Avian responses to reduced-impact logging in the Southwestern Brazilian Amazon. Forest Ecology and Management


2Burnett J, Sieving KE. 2016. Songbird distress call as a detection enhancement method and application to red-shouldered hawks Buteo lineatus. Florida Field Naturalist   43(3): December.

1Kerman K, Sieving KE, St. Mary C, Avery ML.  2016Evaluation of boldness assays and associated behavioral measures in a social parrot, monk parakeet (Myiopsitta monachus).  Behaviour 153:1817–38.

1Hua F, Yong DL, Janra MN, Fitri LM, Prawiradilaga D, Sieving KE2016. Functional traits determine heterospecific use of risk-related social information in forest birds of tropical Southeast Asia.  Ecology and Evolution.  DOI:10.1002/ece3.2545

1Hua F, Sieving KE.  2016. Understory avifauna exhibits altered mobbing behavior in tropical forest degraded by selective logging.  OecologiaDOI:10.1007/s00442-016-3695-1 SM

1Anderson C, Hostetler ME, Sieving KE, Johnson SA. 2016. Predation of Artificial Nests by Introduced Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta) in Florida, USA. Biological Invasions.   DOI: 10.1007/s10530-016-1195-1

1Grade A, Sieving KE. 2016. When the birds go unheard: Highway noise disrupts information transfer between bird species. Biology Letters 12:  20160113.

1Huang P, Kerman K, Sieving KE, St. Mary CM. 2016. Evaluating the novel-environment test for measurement of exploration by bird species. J Ethology.  DOI:10.1007/s10164-015-0444-6

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