Bruce E. Byers, Ph.D.

University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Amherst, MA 
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Byers BE, Akresh ME, King DI. (2020) Song learning by prairie warblers: When, where, and from whom Ethology. 126: 1079-1088
Byers BE. (2017) Chestnut-sided warblers use rare song types in extreme aggressive contexts Animal Behaviour. 125: 33-39
Byers BE, Akresh ME, King DI. (2016) Song and Male Quality in Prairie Warblers Ethology. 122: 660-670
Byers BE, Akresh ME, King DI. (2015) A proxy of social mate choice in prairie warblers is correlated with consistent, rapid, low-pitched singing Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 69: 1275-1286
Byers BE. (2014) Migration and song elaboration in wood-warblers (Geothlypis) Auk. 132: 167-179
Kroodsma D, Hamilton D, Sánchez JE, et al. (2013) Behavioral evidence for song learning in the suboscine bellbirds (Procnias spp.; Cotingidae) Wilson Journal of Ornithology. 125: 1-14
Byers BE, Kramer BA, Akresh ME, et al. (2013) Interspecific song imitation by a Prairie Warbler Journal of Field Ornithology. 84: 181-186
Byers BE, Belinsky KL, Bentley RA. (2010) Independent cultural evolution of two song traditions in the chestnut-sided warbler. The American Naturalist. 176: 476-89
Byers BE, Kroodsma DE. (2009) Female mate choice and songbird song repertoires Animal Behaviour. 77: 13-22
Byers BE. (2007) Extrapair paternity in chestnut-sided warblers is correlated with consistent vocal performance Behavioral Ecology. 18: 130-136
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