Chapel Garden

Publications

Smith, R.J., M.I. Hatch, D.A. Cimprich and F.R. Moore. Accepted. Gray Catbird (Dumetella carolinensis), The Birds of North America Online (A. Poole, Ed.). Ithaca: Cornell Lab of Ornithology.

Ewert, D.N., Hamas, M.J., Smith, R.J. Dallman, M.E., and S.W. Jorgensen. Distribution of migratory landbirds along the northern Lake Huron shoreline. Accepted at The Wilson Journal of Ornithology.

Squire, M.E., Brague, J.C., Smith, R.J. and J.C. Owen, Evidence of medullary bone in two species of thrushes. Accepted at The Wilson Journal of Ornithology.

Hatch, M.I. and R.J. Smith. 2010. Repeatability of hematocrits and body mass of Gray Catbirds. Journal of Field Ornithology 81:64-70.

Hatch, M.I., R.J. Smith and J.C. Owen. 2010. Arrival timing and hematological parameters in Gray Catbirds, Dumetella carolinensis. Journal of Ornithology 51:545-552.

Smith, R.J. and M.I. Hatch. 2010. Migration and wintering ecology: Stopover ecology of landbird migrants in Pennsylvania, in Majumdar, S.K., Master, T.L., Brittingham, M., Ross, R.M., Mulvihill, R. and J. Huffman. Avian Ecology and Conservation: A Pennsylvania Focus with National Implications. Pennsylvania Academy of Science.

Hatch, M.I. and R.J. Smith. 2009. Absence of protandry in a population of Gray Catbirds Dumetella carolinensis. Ibis 151:771-774.

Smith, R.J., Mabey, S.E. and F.R. Moore. 2009. Spring passage and arrival patterns of American Redstarts in Michigan’s eastern Upper Peninsula. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 121:290-297.

Smith, R.J. and M.I. Hatch. 2008. A comparison of shrub-dominated and forested habitat use by spring migrating landbirds in northeastern Pennsylvania. Condor 110:682-693.

Smith, R.J., Moore F.R. and C. May. 2007. Stopover habitat along the shoreline of Lake Huron, Michigan: Emergent aquatic insects as a food resource for spring migrating landbirds. Auk 124:107-121.

Moore, F.R., Smith, R.J. and R. Sandberg. 2005. Stopover ecology of intercontinental migrants: solutions to problems and consequences for reproductive performance. In: Greenberg, R. and P.P. Marra, (eds.), Birds of Two Worlds: The Ecology and Evolution of Migration. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore.

Smith, R.J. and F. R. Moore. 2005. Fat stores of American Redstarts (Setophaga ruticilla) arriving at northerly breeding grounds. The Journal of Avian Biology 36:117-126.

Smith, R. and F.R. Moore. 2004. Arrival timing and seasonal reproductive performance in a long-distance migratory landbird. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 57:231-239.

Smith, R., Hamas, M., Dallman, M. and D. Ewert. 2004. Spatial foraging differences in American Redstarts along the shoreline of northern Lake Huron. Wilson Bulletin 116:48-55.

Smith, R.J. and F.R. Moore. 2003. Arrival fat and reproductive performance in a long-distance passerine migrant. Oecologia 134:325-331.

Kelly, J. F., Smith, R. J., Finch, D., Moore, F. R., and Yong, W. 1999. Influence of summer biogeography on wood warbler stopover abundance. Condor 101:76-85.

Smith, R. J., Hamas, M. J, Dallman, M. J. and Ewert, D. N. 1998. Spatial variation in foraging of the Black-throated Green Warbler along the shoreline of northern Lake Huron. Condor 100:474-484.

Smith, R. J. and M. J. Dallman. 1996. Forest gap use by breeding Black-throated Green Warblers. Wilson Bulletin 108(3):588-591.

Dallman, M. J. and R. J. Smith. 1995. Avian predation on Chironomids along the nearshore waters of Lake Huron. Michigan Birds and Natural History 2(4):201-203.