Publications

MacPherson, M., S. Chiasson, A. E. Jahn, and C. Taylor. Measuring circulating fatty acids from small volumes of blood plasma: New insights form a comparison of conspecific resident and migratory birds. Ecology and Evolution – Revised and Resubmitted.

 

Jahn, A.E., V. Bejarano, M.B. Guzman, L.M. Brown, I.C.C. Provinciato, J.Cereghetti, V.R. Cueto, J.I. Giraldo, V.Gomez-Bahamon, M.S.Husak, H.K. LePage, M. MacPherson, M.A. Marini, M.A. Pizo, A. Quickle, D.B. Roeder, J.H. Sarasola, and D.T. Tuero. 2017. Molting while breeding? Lessons from New World Tyrannus Flycatchers. Journal of Ornithology. 158: 1061-1071.

 

Jahn, A.E., N.E. Seavy, V. Bejarano, M. Benavides Guzman, I. Celso Carvalho Provinciato, M.A. Pizo, and M. MacPherson. 2016. Intra-tropical migration and wintering areas of Fork-tailed Flycatchers (Tyrannus savana) breeding in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Brazilian Journal of Ornithology. 24(2): 116-121.

 

Jahn, A.E., J.I. Giraldo, M. MacPherson, D.T. Tuero, J Sarasola, J. Cereghetti, D.A. Masson, and M. Morales. 2016. Demographic variation in timing and intensity of feather molt in migratory Fork-tailed Flycatchers (Tyrannus s. savana). Journal of Field Ornithology. 87(2): 143-154.

 

Calandra Q. Stanley, Emily A. McKinnon, Kevin C. Fraser, Maggie P. MacPherson, Garth Casbourn, Lyle Friesen, Peter P. Marra, Colin Studds, T. Brandt Ryder, Nora E. Diggs, and Bridget J.M. Stutchbury. 2014. Connectivity of Wood Thrush Breeding, Wintering, and Migration Sites Based on Range-Wide Tracking. Conservation Biology. 29(1): 164-174.

 

Emily A. McKinnon, Calandra Q. Stanley, Kevin C. Fraser, Maggie MacPherson, Garth Casbourn, Peter P. Marra, Colin E. Studds, Nora Diggs, Bridget J.M. Stutchbury.  2012. Estimating geolocator accuracy for a migratory songbird using live ground-truthing in a tropical forest. Animal Migration. 1: 31-38. doi: 10.2478/ami-2013-0001.

 

Calandra Q. Stanley§, Maggie MacPherson§, Kevin C. Fraser, Emily A. McKinnon, and Bridget J.M. Stutchbury. 2012. Repeat tracking of individual songbirds reveals consistent migration timing but flexibility in route. PLOSOne. 7(7): e40688. Doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0040688.

§These authors contributed equally to the work.

*This article is in the top 10% most cited from PLOSOne.

 

Bridget J.M. Stutchbury, Elizabeth A. Gow, Tyler Done, Maggie MacPherson, James W. Fox, and Vsevolod Afanasyev. 2010. Effects of post-breeding moult and energetic condition on timing of songbird migration into the tropics. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. doi: 10.1098/rspb.2010.1220.

*6th most cited paper from Royal Society B in 2011