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Danner, Raymond M. and Greenberg, Russell. 2014. A critical season approach to Allen's rule: bill size declines with winter temperature in a cold temperate environment. Journal of Biogeography, doi:10.1111/jbi.12389

Greenberg, Russell, Cardoni, Augusto, Ens, Bruno J., Gan, Xiaiojing, Isacch, Juan Pablo, Koffijberg, Kees and Loyn, Richard. 2014. The distribution and conservation of birds of coastal salt marshes. In: Maslo, Brooke and Lockwood, Julie L., Coastal conservation (Conservation Biology). Cambridge University Press, pp.180-242.

Jedlicka, Julie A., Greenberg, Russell and Raimondi, Peter T. 2014. Vineyard and riparian habitat, not nest box presence, alter avian community composition. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology, 126(1): 60-68. doi:10.1676/13-058.1

Luther, David and Greenberg, Russell. 2014. Habitat type and ambient temperature contribute to bill morphology. Ecology and Evolution, 4(6): 699-705. doi:10.1002/ece3.911

Zou, Fasheng, Yang, Qiongfang, Lin, Yongbiao, Xu, Guoliang and Greenberg, Russell S. 2014. Bird community comparisons of four plantations and conservation concerns in South China. Integrative Zoology, 9(1): 97-106. doi:10.1111/1749-4877.12037

Ballentine, Barbara, Horton, Brent, Brown, E. T. and Greenberg, Russell. 2013. Divergent selection on bill morphology contributes to nonrandom mating between swamp sparrow subspecies. Animal Behaviour, 86(2): 467-473. doi:10.1016/j.anbehav.2013.06.002

Cardoni, Daniel A., Greenberg, Russell, Maldonado, Jesus E. and Isacch, Juan P. 2013. Morphological adaptation to coastal marshes in spite of limited genetic structure in the Neotropical passerine Spartonoica maluroides (Aves: Furnariidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 109(1): 78-91. doi:10.1111/bij.12019

Danner, Raymond M., Greenberg, Russell, Danner, Julie, Kirkpatrick, Laila T. and Walters, Jeffrey R. 2013. Experimental support for food limitation of a short-distance migratory bird wintering in the temperate zone. Ecology, 94(12): 2803-2816. doi:10.1890/13-0337.1

Greenberg, R. and Danner, R. M. 2013. Climate, ecological release and bill dimorphism in an island songbird. Biology Letters, 9(3): 20130118 doi:10.1098/rsbl.2013.0118

Greenberg, Russell, Etterson, Matthew and Danner, Raymond M. 2013. Seasonal dimorphism in the horny bills of sparrows. Ecology and Evolution, 3(2): 389-398. doi:10.1002/ece3.474

Mettke-Hofmann, Claudia, Winkler, Hans, Hamel, Paul B. and Greenberg, Russell. 2013. Migratory New World Blackbirds (Icterids) Are More Neophobic than Closely Related Resident Icterids. Plos One, 8(2): e57565 doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0057565

Olsen, Brian J., Greenberg, Russell, Walters, Jeffrey R. and Fleischer, Robert C. 2013. Sexual dimorphism in a feeding apparatus is driven by mate choice and not niche partitioning. Behavioral Ecology, 24(6): 1327-1338. doi:10.1093/beheco/art071

Peters, Valerie E. and Greenberg, Russell S. 2013. Fruit Supplementation Affects Birds but not Arthropod Predation by Birds in Costa Rican Agroforestry Systems. Biotropica, 45(1): 102-110. doi:10.1111/j.1744-7429.2012.00891.x

Peters, Valerie E., Carroll, C. Ronald, Cooper, Robert J., Greenberg, Russell and Solis, Manuel. 2013. The contribution of plant species with a steady-state flowering phenology to native bee conservation and bee pollination services. Insect Conservation and Diversity, 6(1): 45-56. doi:10.1111/j.1752-4598.2012.00189.x

Greenberg, Russell S. and Danner, Raymond M. 2012. The influence of the California marine layer on bill size in a generalist songbird. Evolution, 66(12): 3825-3835. doi:10.1111/j.1558-5646.2012.01726.x

Greenberg, Russell, Cadena, Viviana, Danner, Raymond M. and Tattersall, Glenn. 2012. Heat Loss May Explain Bill Size Differences between Birds Occupying Different Habitats. Plos One, 7(7): e40933 doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0040933

Greenberg, Russell, Danner, Raymond, Olsen, Brian and Luther, David. 2012. High summer temperature explains bill size variation in salt marsh sparrows. Ecography, 35(2): 146-152. doi:10.1111/j.1600-0587.2011.07002.x

Johnson, James A., Matsuoka, Steven M., Tessler, David F., Greenberg, Russell S. and Fox, James W. 2012. Identifying Migratory Pathways Used by Rusty Blackbirds Breeding in Southcentral Alaska. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology, 124(4): 698-703. doi:10.1676/1559-4491-124.4.698

Angelier, Frédéric, Ballentine, B., Holberton, R. L., Marra, Peter P. and Greenberg, Russell S. 2011. What drives variation in the corticosterone stress response between subspecies? A common garden experiment of Swamp sparrows (Melospiza georgiana). Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 24(4): 1-10. doi:10.1111/j.1420-9101.2011.02260.x

Jedlicka, Julie A., Greenberg, Russell S. and Letourneau, Deborah K. 2011. Avian Conservation Practices Strengthen Ecosystem Services in California Vineyards. PLoS ONE, 6(11): e27347 doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0027347

Luther, David and Greenberg, Russell S. 2011. The island syndrome in coastal wetland ecosystems: convergent evolution of large bills in mangrove passerines. The Auk, 128(2): 201-204. doi:10.1525/auk.2011.10262

Ballentine, Barbara and Greenberg, Russell S. 2010. Common Garden Experiment Reveals Genetic Control of Phenotypic Divergence between Swamp Sparrow Subspecies That Lack Divergence in Neutral Genotypes. Plos One, 5(4): e10229 doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0010229

Greenberg, Russell S. and Matsuoka, Steven M. 2010. Rusty Blackbird: Mysteries of a Species in Decline. The Condor, 112(4): 770-777. doi:10.1525/cond.2010.100153

Greenberg, Russell S. and Olsen, Brian. 2010. Bill size and dimorphism in tidal-marsh sparrows: island-like processes in a continental habitat. Ecology, 91: 2428-2436.

Greenberg, Russell S., Olsen, Brian J. and Etterson, Matthew A. 2010. Patterns of Seasonal Abundance and Social Segregation in Inland and Coastal Plain Swamp Sparrows in a Delaware Tidal Marsh. The Condor, 112(1): 159-167. doi:10.1525/cond.2010.080060

Hobson, Keith A., Greenberg, Russell S., Van Wilgenburg, Steven L. and Mettke-Hofmann, Claudia. 2010. Migratory Connectivity in the Rusty Blackbird: Isotopic Evidence From Feathers of Historical and Contemporary Specimens. The Condor, 112(4): 778-788. doi:10.1525/cond.2010.100146

Mettke-Hofmann, Claudia, Sinclair, Pamela H., Hamel, Paul B. and Greenberg, Russell S. 2010. Implications of Prebasic and a Previously Undescribed Prealternate Molt For Aging Rusty Blackbirds. The Condor, 112(4): 854-861. doi:10.1525/cond.2010.100150

Olsen, Brian, Greenberg, Russell S., Liu, Irene, Felch, Joshua and Walters, Jeffrey. 2010. Interactions between sexual and natural selection on the evolution of a plumage badge. Evolutionary Ecology, 24(4): 731-748. doi:10.1007/s10682-009-9330-4

Peters, Valerie E., Mordecai, Rua, Carroll, C. Ronald, Cooper, Robert J. and Greenberg, Russell S. 2010. Bird community response to fruit energy. Journal of Animal Ecology, 79(4): 824-835.

Cardoni, D. A., Maldonado, Jesús E., Isacch, J. P. and Greenberg, Russell S. 2009. Subtle Sexual Dimorphism in the Bay-Capped Wren-Spinetail (Furnariidae) Uncovered through Molecular Sex Determination. Ornitologia Neotropical, 20: 347-355.

Cruz-Angon, Andrea, Baena, Martha L. and Greenberg, Russell S. 2009. The contribution of epiphytes to the abundance and species richness of canopy insects in a Mexican coffee plantation. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 25: 453-463. doi:10.1017/S0266467409990125

Gordon, Caleb E., McGill, Brian, Ibarra-Nunez, Guillermo, Greenberg, Russell S. and Perfecto, Ivette. 2009. Simplification of a coffee foliage-dwelling beetle community under low-shade management. Basic and Applied Ecology, 10: 246-254.

Luther, D. A. and Greenberg, Russell S. 2009. Mangroves: A Global Perspective on the Evolution and Conservation of their Terrestrial Vertebrates. Bioscience, 59(7): 602-612. doi:10.1525/bio.2009.59.7.11

Peele, Ashely M., Burtt Jr., Edward H., Schroeder, Max R. and Greenberg, Russell S. 2009. Dark color of the coastal plain swamp sparrow (Melospiza georgiana nigrescens) may be an evolutionary response to occurrence and abundance of salt-tolerant feather-degrading bacilli in its plumage. The Auk, 126(3): 531-535. doi:10.1525/auk.2009.08142

Cruz-Angon, Andrea, Sillett, T. Scott and Greenberg, Russell S. 2008. An Experimental Study of Habitat Selection by Birds in a Coffee Plantation. Ecology, 89(4): 921-927. doi:10.1890/07-0164.1

Greenberg, Russell S. 2008. Bye bye blackbird : rusty blackbirds are vanishing from our southern swamps and northern forests. Zoogoer, 37(4): 11-15.

Greenberg, Russell S., Kozlenko, Anna, Etterson, Matthew and Dietsch, Thomas. 2008. Patterns of density, diversity, and the distribution of migratory strategies in the Russian boreal forest avifauna. Journal of Biogeography, 35(11): 2049-2060. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2699.2008.01954.x

Greenberg, Russell S., Olsen, B., Ballentine, B., Warner, S. and Danner, R. 2008. Temporal distribution of the Coastal Plain Swamp Sparrow: The importance of subspecies identification. Birding, 40: 42-49.

Greenberg, Russell S., Perfecto, Ivette and Philpott, Stacy M. 2008. Introduction: Agroforests as Model Systems for Tropical Ecology. Ecology, 89(4): 913-914. doi:10.1890/07-1578.1

Greenberg, Russell S., Perfecto, Ivette and Philpott, Stacy M. 2008. Brewing biodiversity.. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 6: 115

Greenberg, Russell, Perfecto, Ivette and Philpott, Stacy M. 2008. Coffee: ecology in the marketplace. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 6(3): 115 doi:10.1890/1540-9295(2008)6[115:BB]2.0.CO;2

Liu, Irene A., Lohr, Bernard, Olsen, Brian and Greenberg, Russell S. 2008. Macrogeographic Vocal Variation in Subspecies of Swamp Sparrow. The Condor, 110(1): 102-109. doi:10.1525/cond.2008.110.1.102

Olsen, B., Greenberg, Russell S., Fleischer, Robert C. and Walters, J. 2008. Extrapair paternity in the swamp sparrow, Melospiza georgiana: Male access or female preference? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 63(2): 285-294. doi:10.1007/s00265-008-0660-y

Olsen, Brian, Felch, Joshua, Greenberg, Russell S. and Walters, Jeffrey. 2008. Causes of reduced clutch size in a tidal marsh endemic. Oecologia, 158(3): 421-435. doi:10.1007/s00442-008-1148-1

Philpott, Stacy M., Arendt, Wayne J., Armbrecht, Inge, Bichier, Peter, Diestch, Thomas V., Gordon, Caleb, Greenberg, Russell S., Perfecto, Ivette, Reynoso-Santos, Roberto, Soto-Pinto, Lorena, Tejeda-Cruz, Cesar, Williams-Linera, Guadalupe, Valenzuela, Jorge and Zolotoff, Jose Manuel. 2008. Biodiversity Loss in Latin American Coffee Landscapes: Review of the Evidence on Ants, Birds, and Trees. Conservation Biology, 22(5): 1093-1105. doi:10.1111/j.1523-1739.2008.01029.x

Van Bael, Sunshine A., Philpott, Stacy M., Greenberg, Russell S., Bichier, Peter, Barber, Nicholas A., Mooney, Kailen A. and Gruner, Daniel S. 2008. Birds as predators in tropical agroforestry systems. Ecology, 89(4): 928–934 doi:10.1890/06-1976.1

Dietsch, Thomas V., Perfecto, I. and Greenberg, Russell S. 2007. Avian foraging behavior in two different types of coffee agrosystem in Chiapas, Mexico. Biotropica, 39: 232-240.

Etterson, Matthew A., Olsen, Brian and Greenberg, Russell S. 2007. The Analysis of Covariates in Multi-Fate Markov Chain Nest-Failure Models. Studies in Avian Biology, 34: 55-64.

Greenberg, Russell S., Marra, Peter P. and Wooler, M. 2007. Stable isotope (C, N, H) analyses locate the unknown winter range of the coastal plain swamp sparrow (Melospiza georgiana nigrescens). The Auk, 124: 1137-1148.

Philpott, Stacy M., Bichier, Peter, Rice, Robert A. and Greenberg, Russell S. 2007. Field-testing ecological and economic benefits of coffee certification programs. Conservation Biology, 21(4): 975-985. doi:10.1111/j.1523-1739.2007.00728.x

Van Bael, Sunshine A., Bichier, Peter and Greenberg, Russell S. 2007. Bird predation on insects reduces damage to the foliage of cocoa trees (Theobroma cacao) in western Panamá. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 23: 715-719.

Van Bael, Sunshine A., Bichier, Peter, Ochoa, Isis and Greenberg, Russell S. 2007. Bird diversity in cacao farms and forest fragments of western Panamá. Biodiversity and Conservation, 16: 2245-2256.

Greenberg, Russell S. and Maldonado, Jesús E. 2006. Diversity and endemism in tidal marsh vertebrates. In: Greenberg, Russell S., Maldonado, Jesús E., Droege, S. and McDonald, M. Victoria, Vertebrates of Tidal Marshes. Studies in Avian Biology, pp.32-53.

Greenberg, Russell S., Elphick, C., Nordby, J. C., Gjerdrum, C., Spautz, H., Shriver, G., Schmeling, B., Olsen, B., Marra, Peter P., Nur, N. and Winter, M. 2006. Flooding and predation: trade-offs in the nesting ecology of tidal-marsh sparrows. In: Greenberg, Russell S., Maldonado, Jesús E., Droege, S. and McDonald, M. Victoria, Terrestrial Vertebrates of Tidal Marshes: Evolution, Ecology, and Conservation.. Camarillo, CA: Cooper Ornithological Society, pp.96-109.

Greenberg, Russell S., Maldonado, Jesús E., Droege, S. and McDonald, M. Victoria. 2006. Tidal Marshes: A Global Perspective on the Evolution and Conservation of Their Terrestrial Vertebrates. Bioscience, 56(8): 675-685. doi:10.1641/0006-3568(2006)56[675:TMAGPO]2.0.CO;2

Greenberg, Russell S., Maldonado, Jesús E., Droege, S. and McDonald, M. Victoria. 2006. Terrestrial Vertebrates of Tidal Marshes: Evolution, Ecology, and Conservation Camarillo, CA: Cooper Ornithological Society.

Grenier, J. L. and Greenberg, Russell S. 2006. Trophic adaptations in sparrows and other vertebrates of tidal marshes. In: Greenberg, Russell S., Maldonado, Jesús E., Droege, S. and McDonald, M. Victoria, Terrestrial Vertebrates of Tidal Marshes: Evolution, Ecology, and Conservation.. Camarillo, CA: Cooper Ornithological Society, pp.130-140.

Jedlicka, J., Greenberg, Russell S., Perfecto, I., Philpott, Stacy M. and Dietsch, Thomas Victor. 2006. Seasonal foraging niche shifts of tropical avian residents: resource competition at work? Journal of Tropical Ecology, 22: 385-395.

McDonald, M. V. and Greenberg, Russell S. 2006. Social behavior of North American tidal-marsh vertebrates. In: Greenberg, Russell S., Maldonado, Jesús E., Droege, S. and McDonald, M. Victoria, Terrestrial Vertebrates of Tidal Marshes: Evolution, Ecology, and Conservation.. Camarillo, CA: Cooper Ornithological Society, pp.119-129.

Cruz-Angon, Andrea and Greenberg, Russell S. 2005. Are epiphytes important for birds in coffee plantations? An experimental assessment. Journal of Applied Ecology, 42: 150-159.

Greenberg, Russell S. and Bichier, Peter. 2005. Determinants of tree species preference of birds in oak-acacia woodlands of Central America. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 21: 57-66.

Greenberg, Russell S. and Marra, Peter P. 2005. The renaissance of migratory bird biology. In: Greenberg, Russell S., Birds of Two Worlds: the Ecology and Evolution of Migration. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, pp.437-444.

Greenberg, Russell S. and Marra, Peter P. 2005. Birds of Two Worlds: The Ecology and Evolution of Temperate-Tropical Migration Johns Hopkins University Press.

Grenier, J. L. and Greenberg, Russell S. 2005. A Biographic Pattern in Sparrow Bill Morphology: Parallel Adaption to Tidal Marshes. Evolution, 59(7): 1588-1595.

Marra, Peter P. and Greenberg, Russell S. 2005. Preface. In: Greenberg, Russell S., Birds of two worlds: the ecology and evolution of migration. Johns Hopkins University PRess, pp.xiii-xixv.

Philpott, Stacy M., Greenberg, Russell S. and Bichier, Peter. 2005. The influence of ants on the foraging behavior of birds in an agroforest. Biotropica, 37: 467-470.

Dietsch, Thomas V., Philpott, Stacy M., Rice, Robert A., Greenberg, Russell S. and Bichier, Peter. 2004. Conservation policy in coffee landscapes. Science, 303(5658): 625

Philpott, Stacy M., Greenberg, Russell S., Bichier, Peter and Perfecto, I. 2004. Impacts of major predators on tropical agroforest arthropods: comparisons within and across taxa. Oecologia, 140(1): 140-149.

Rice, Robert A. and Greenberg, Russell S. 2004. Silvopastoral Systems: Ecological and Socioeconomic Benefits and Migratory Bird Conservation. In: Schroth, Gotz, da Fonseca, Gustavo A. B., Harvey, Cecilia A., Gascon, Claude, Vasconcelos, Heraldo L. and Izac, Anne-Marie N., Agroforestry and Biodiversity Conservation in Tropical Landscapes. Island Press, pp.Chapter 19

Beadell, J., Greenberg, Russell S., Droege, S. and Royle, J. A. 2003. Distribution, abundance, and habitat affinities of the Coastal Plain Swamp Sparrow. Wilson Bulletin, 115(1): 38-44.

Greenberg, Russell S. 2003. The role of neophobia and neophilia in the development of innovative behaviour of birds. In: Reader, S. N. and Laland, K. N., Animal innovation. New York: Oxford University Press, pp.175-196.

Greenberg, Russell S. 2003. The use of nest departure calls for surveying Swamp Sparrows. Journal of Field Ornithology, 74(1): 12-16.

Rice, Robert A. and Greenberg, Russell S. 2003. "The Chocolate Tree". Natural History Magazine. 112(6): pp.36-43.

Bolen, G. M., Morton, Eugene S., Greenberg, Russell S. and Derrickson, Scott R. 2002. Mallards replacing black ducks: two views. .

Greenberg, Russell S. 2001. Birds of many feathers: the formation and structure of mixed species flocks of forest birds. In: Boinski, S. and Garber, P., On the move: how and why animals travel in groups. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp.521-558.

Greenberg, Russell S. and Gonzales, C. E. 2001. Non-breeding ecology differences between species in the Black-throated Green Warbler complex. The Condor, 103: 31-37.

Greenberg, Russell S. and Mettke-Hofmann, Claudia. 2001. Ecological aspects of neophobia and neophilia in birds. Current Ornithology, 16: 119-169.

Greenberg, Russell S., Gonzales, C. E., Bichier, Peter and Reitsma, Robert. 2001. Nonbreeding habitat selection and foraging behavior of the black-throated green warbler complex in Southeastern Mexico. The Condor, 103: 31-37.

Walters, J. R., Beissinger, Steven R., Fitzpatrick, J. W., Greenberg, Russell S., Nichols, J. D., Pulliam, H. R. and Winkler, D. W. 2001. The status and future of the Cape Sable Seaside Sparrow. The Auk, 117(4): 1093-1115.

Greenberg, Russell S. 2000. Use of Managed Forest Patches by migratory birds in Chiapas, Mexico. In: Wilson, M. and Sader, S., The conservation and managment of migratory song birds in Mexico. pp.

Greenberg, Russell S. 2000. The conservation value for birds of cacao plantations with diverse planted shade in Tabasco, Mexico. Animal Conservation, 3: 105-112.

Greenberg, Russell S., Bichier, Peter, Angon, A. C., MacVean, C., Perez, R. and Cano, E. 2000. The impact of avian insectivores on arthropods and leaf damage in some Guatemalan coffee plantations. Ecology, 81: 1750-1755.

Purata, Silvia E., Greenberg, Russell S., Barrientos, Veronica and Lopez-Portillo, Jorge. 2000. Economic potential of the huizache, Acadia pennatula (Mimisoideae) in central Veracruz, Mexico. Economic Botany, 53(1): 15-29.

Rice, Robert A. and Greenberg, Russell S. 2000. The Shade Coffee Primer for Peru Washington, DC: Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center.

Rice, Robert A. and Greenberg, Russell S. 2000. Cacao cultivation and the conservation of biological diversity. Ambio, 29: 167-173.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1999. Warblers, finches, and tits: the structure of boreal forest foliage-gleaning guild. The Condor, 101: 299-310.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1999. Relationships between juvenile object exploration and foraging specialization in songbirds. .

Greenberg, Russell S. and Droege, S. 1999. On the decline of the Rusty Blackbird (Euphagus carolensis) and the use of ornithological literature to document long-term population trends. Conservation Biology, 13: 553-559.

Greenberg, Russell S., Pravosudov, V., Kozlenko, A. and Kontorschikov, V. 1999. Vegetation history and foraging behavior of foliage gleaning birds in the Canadian and Russian boreal forests. Oecologia, 120: 451-462.

Parrish, J. D., Reitsma, Robert, Greenberg, Russell S., McLarney, W., Mack, R. and Lynch, J. 1999. Los cacaotales como herramienta para la conservacion de la biodiversidad en corredores biologicos y zonas de amortiguamiento. Agroforesteria en las Americas, 6(22): 16-19.

Greenberg, Russell S., Cordero, P., Droege, S. and Fleischer, F. 1998. Morphological adaptation in the absence of mitochondrial DNA variation in the coastal plain swamp sparrow. The Auk, 115: 706-712.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1997. Managed forest patches and the diversity of birds in Southern Mexico. In: Schelhas, J. and Greenberg, Russell S., Forest Patches in Tropical Landscapes. Island Press, pp.59-90.

Greenberg, Russell S. and Gradwohl, J. 1997. Adult survivorship, territoriality, and dispersal in the checker-throated antwren. Journal of Avian Biology, 28: 103-110.

Greenberg, Russell S., Bichier, Peter and Sterling, J. 1997. Bird populations in planted and rustic shade coffee plantations in Chiapas, Mexico. Biotropica, 29: 501-514.

Greenberg, Russell S., Bichier, Peter and Sterling, J. 1997. Cattle, acacia, and migratory birds in Mexico. Biological Conservation, 80: 235-247.

Greenberg, Russell S., Bichier, Peter, Cruz, A. and Reitsma, Robert. 1997. Bird populations of sun and shade coffee plantations in Central Guatemala. Conservation Biology, 11: 448-459.

Schehas, J. and Greenberg, Russell S. 1997. Forest patches in tropical landscapes Island Press.

Greenberg, Russell S., Reitsma, Robert and Cruz, A. 1996. Interspecific aggression by yellow warblers in a sun coffee plantation. The Condor, 98: 640-643.

Rice, Robert A., Perfecto, I., Greenberg, Russell S. and Van der Voort, M. E. 1996. Shade coffee: a disappearing refuge for biodiversity. Bioscience, 46(8): 598-608.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1995. Novelty responses: the bridge between psychology, behavioral ecology, and community ecology. Trends in Ecology Evolution, 10: 165-166.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1995. The role of migratory birds in tropical ecosystems: the breeding currency hypothesis. Journal of Avian Biology, 26: 260-264.

Greenberg, Russell S. and Reaser, Jamie K. 1995. Bring Back the Birds Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Press.

Greenberg, Russell S., Foster, Mercedes S. and Marquez, L. 1995. The role of white-eyed vireos in the dispersal of Bursera Simaruba fruit. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 11: 619-639.

Warkentin, I., Greenberg, Russell S. and Salgado Ortiz, J. 1995. Songbird use of gallery woodland in recently cleared and older settled landscapes of the Selva Lacandona, Chiapas, Mexico. Conservation Biology, 5: 1095-1106.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1994. Migratory bird populations in acacia woodlands in Chiapas: How different are Africa and Mesoamerica? Journal of Ornithology, 135: 478

Greenberg, Russell S. 1994. "Birds and Coffee". Smithsonian. : pp.

Greenberg, Russell S. and Salgado Ortiz, J. 1994. Interspecific defense of pasture trees by Yellow Warblers in winter. The Auk, 111: 672-682.

Greenberg, Russell S., Salgado, J. and Macias, C. 1994. Aggressive competition for critical resources among migratory birds in the Neotropics. Bird Conservation International, 43: 115-127.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1993. Frugivory and coexistence in a resident and migratory vireo on the Yucatan Peninsula. The Condor, 95: 990-999.

Greenberg, Russell S., Macias Caballero, C. and Bichier, Peter. 1993. Defense of Homopteran honeydew by birds in the Mexican highlands and other warm temperate forests. Oikos, 68: 519-524.

Morton, Eugene S., Van der Voort, M. and Greenberg, Russell S. 1993. How a warbler chooses its habitat: Field support for laboratory experiments. Animal Behaviour, 46: 47-53.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1992. Forest migrants in non-forest habitats on the Yucatan peninsula. In: Hagan III, J. and Johnston, D., Ecology and Conservation of Neotropical Migrant Landbirds. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.273-286.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1992. The non-breeding season: Introduction. In: Hagan III, J. and Johnston, D., Ecology and Conservation of Neotropical Migrant Landbirds.. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.175-177.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1992. Innate response to a single habitat cue in song and swamp sparrows. Oecologia, 92: 299-300.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1992. Differences in neophobia between naive song and swamp sparrows. Ethology, 91: 17-24.

Gradwohl, J. and Greenberg, Russell S. 1991. Small Forest Reserves: making the best of a bad situation. Climatic Change, 19: 253-256.

McDonald, M. V. and Greenberg, Russell S. 1991. Nest departure calls in female songbirds. The Condor, 93: 365-373.

Askins, R. A., Lynch, James F. and Greenberg, Russell S. 1990. Population declines in migratory birds in eastern North America. Current Ornithology, 7: 1-57.

Askins, R., Lynch, J. and Greenberg, Russell S. 1990. Declines in migratory birds breeding in eastern North America. Current Ornithology, 7: 1-57.

Derrickson, Kim C. and Greenberg, Russell S. 1990. Unfortunately scale and time matter. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 13: 77-78.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1990. [Review]: Where have all the birds gone?. The Auk, 107(3): 640-642.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1990. [Review]: American Warblers by D.H. Morse. The Auk, 107(4): 815-817.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1990. Feeding neophobia and ecological plasticity: A test of the hypothesis with captive sparrows. Animal Behaviour, 39: 375-379.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1990. Ecological plasticity, neophobia, and resource use in birds. Studies in Avian Biology, 13: 431-437.

Greenberg, Russell S. and Droege, S. 1990. Adaptations to tidal marshes in breeding populations of the swamp sparrow. The Condor, 92: 393-404.

Lopez Ornat, A. and Greenberg, Russell S. 1990. Sexual segregation by habitat in migratory warblers in Quintana Roo, Mexico. The Auk, 107: 539-543.

Gradwohl, J. and Greenberg, Russell S. 1989. Migratory non-game bird programs of the Fish and Wildlife Service. Audubon Wildlife Reports, : 000

Greenberg, Russell S. 1989. Neophobia, aversion to open space, and ecological plasticity in Song and Swamp sparrows. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 67: 1194-1199.

Morton, Eugene S. and Greenberg, Russell S. 1989. The outlook for migratory songbirds: "Future shock" for birders. American Birds, 43: 178-183.

Robbins, C., Sauer, J., Greenberg, Russell S. and Droege, S. 1989. Recent declines in migrant birds that winter in tropical forests. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, : 000

Robbins, Chandler S., Sauer, J. R., Greenberg, Russell S. and Droege, S. 1989. Population declines in North American birds that migrate to the neotropics. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 86(19): 7658-7662.

Gradwohl, J. and Greenberg, Russell S. 1988. Saving the tropical forests Island Press.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1988. Water as a habitat cue for breeding Swamp and Song sparrows. The Condor, 90: 420-427.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1988. Seasonal plumage dimorphism in the swamp Sparrow. Journal of Field Ornithology, 50: 49-54.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1987. Seasonal foraging specialization in the worm-eating Warbler. The Condor, 89: 158-168.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1987. Social facilitation does not reduce neophobia in Chestnut-sided Warblers (Parulinae: Dendroica). Journal of Ethology, 5: 7-11.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1987. The development of dead leaf foraging in a Neotropical migrant warbler. Ecology, 68: 130-141.

Greenberg, R. 1986. Competition in migrant birds in the nonbreeding season. Current Ornithology, 3: 281-307.

Greenberg, Russell S. and Gradwohl, J. 1986. Stable territories and constant densities in tropical forest insectivorous birds. Oecologia, 69: 618-625.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1985. The role of competition in the winter distribution of migrant birds. Current Ornithology, 3: 281-307.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1985. A comparison of foliage discrimination ability in a specialized and generalized tropical migrant wood warbler. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 63: 763-765.

Greenberg, Russell S. and Gradwohl, J. 1985. A comparative study of the social organization of antwrens on Barro Colorado Island, Panamá. Neotropical Ornithology Monographs, 36: 445-455.

Gradwohl, J. and Greenberg, Russell S. 1984. The foraging behavior of the Checker-throated Antwren at aerial leaf litter in a tropical forest. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 15: 281-285.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1984. Differences in feeding neophobia between two species of tropical migrant warblers (Dendroica castanea and D. pensylvanica). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 98: 131-136.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1984. Neophobia in the foraging site selection of a Neotropical migrant bird: an experimental study. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 81: 3778-3780.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1984. The winter exploitation systems of Bay-breasted and Chestnut-sided Warblers in Panamá

Greenberg, Russell S. 1983. The role of neophobia in foraging specialization of some migrant warblers. The American Naturalist, 122: 444-453.

Greenberg, Russell S. and Gradwohl, J. 1983. Sexual roles in the Dot-winged Antwren: a tropical forest passerine. The Auk, 100: 91-95.

Gradwohl, J. and Greenberg, Russell S. 1982. The Effect of a Single Species of Avian Predator on the Arthropods of Aerial Leaf Litter. Ecology, 63(2): 581-583.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1981. The abundance and seasonality of forest canopy birds on Barro Colorado Island, Panamá. Biotropica, 13: 241-252.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1981. Frugivory in some migrant tropical forest wood warblers. Biotropica, 13: 215-223.

Greenberg, Russell S. 1981. Dissimilar Bill Shapes in New World Tropical Versus Temperate Forest Foliage-Gleaning Birds. Oecologia, 49(2): 143-147.

Greenberg, Russell S. and Gradwohl, J. 1980. Leaf Surface Specializations of Birds and Arthropods in a Panamanian Forest. Oecologia, 46(1): 115-124.

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