* Denotes undergraduate student (yay, undergrads!).
Reed, J.H.* and D.N. Bonter. 2018. Supplementing non-target taxa: Bird feeding alters the local distribution and abundance of mammals. Ecological Applications 28: 761-770. https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.1683
Bailey, R.L. and D.N. Bonter. 2018. Predator guards on nest boxes improve reproductive success of birds. Wildlife Society Bulletin 41:434-441. doi:10.1002/wsb.801
Witynski, M.L.* and D.N. Bonter. 2018. Crosswise migration by Yellow Warblers, Nearctic-Neotropical passerine migrants. Journal of Field Ornithology 89: 37-46. doi: 10.1111/jofo.12237
Miller, E.T., D.N. Bonter, C. Eldermire, B.G. Freeman, E.I. Greig, L.J. Harmon, C. Lisle and W.M. Hochachka. 2017. Fighting over food unites the birds of North America is a continental dominance hierarchy. Behavioral Ecology 28:1454-1463. doi:10.1093/beheco/arx108
Greig, E.I., E.M. Wood, and D.N. Bonter. 2017. Winter range expansion of a hummingbird is associated with urbanization and supplementary feeding. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 284:20140256
Heaton-Crisologo, T.L.* and D.N. Bonter. 2017. Hectic at hatching: parental aggression peaks when chick mortality rates are greatest in the herring gull (Larus argentatus). Ethology 123:113-122.
Perlut, N.G., D.N. Bonter, J.C. Ellis and M.S. Friar. 2016. Rooftop nesting in a declining population of herring gulls (Larus argentatus) in Portland, Maine. Waterbirds 39:68-74.
Bonter, D.N., M.C. Moglia* and L.E. DeFisher*. 2016. Sons don’t take advantage of a head start: Parity in offspring sex ratios despite greater initial investment in males. Journal of Avian Biology 47:121-128.
Shah, S.S.*, S.A. MacLean*, E.I. Greig and D.N. Bonter. 2015. Risk-based alarm calling in a non-passerine bird. Animal Behaviour 106:129-136.
Zuckerberg, B., E.J. Ross, K. Prince and D.N. Bonter. 2015. Climate variability on wintering grounds drives spring arrival of short-distance migrants to the Upper Midwestern United States. Studies in Avian Biology 47:83-94.
Bonter, D.N., S.A. MacLean*, S.S. Shah* and M.C. Moglia*. 2014. Storm induced shifts in optimal nesting sites: A potential effect of climate change. Journal of Ornithology 155:632-638.
MacLean, S.A.* and D.N. Bonter. 2013. The sound of danger: threat sensitivity to predator vocalizations, alarm calls, and novelty in gulls. PLoS ONE. 8(12):e82384 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0082384.
Bonter, D.N., B. Zuckerberg, C.W. Sedgwick* and W.M. Hochachka. 2013. Daily foraging patterns in free living birds: Exploring the predation-starvation tradeoff. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 280:20123087.
DeFisher, L.E.* and D.N. Bonter. 2013. Effects of invasive European fire ants (Myrmica rubra) on herring gull (Larus argentatus) reproduction. PLoS ONE 8: e64185.
Koenig, W.D., A.M. Liebhold, D.N. Bonter, W.M. Hochachka and J.L. Dickinson. 2013. Effects of the emerald ash borer invasion on four species of birds. Biological Invasions 15: 2095-2103.
Bonter, D.N. and C.B. Cooper. 2012. Data validation in citizen science: A case study from Project FeederWatch. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10:305-307.
Dickinson, J.L., J. Shirk, D. Bonter, R. Bonney, R.L. Crain, J. Martin, T. Phillips and K. Purcell. 2012. The current state of citizen science as a tool for ecological research and public engagement. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10: 291-297.
Bonter, D.N. 2012. From backyard observations to continent-wide trends: Lessons from the first 22 years of Project FeederWatch. In Citizen Science: Public participation in environmental research. J.L Dickinson and R. Bonney (Eds). Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY.
Savoca, M.S.*, D.N. Bonter, B. Zuckerberg, J.L. Dickinson and J.C. Ellis. 2011. Nesting density is an important factor affecting chick growth and survival in the herring gull. Condor 113:565-571.
Zuckerberg, B., D.N. Bonter, W.M. Hochachka, W.D Koenig, A.T. DeGaetano and J.L. Dickinson. 2011. Climatic constraints on wintering bird distributions are modified by urbanization and weather. Journal of Animal Ecology 80:403-413.
Bonter, D.N. and E.S. Bridge. 2011. Applications of radio frequency identification (RFID) in ornithological research: a review. Journal of Field Ornithology 82:1-10.
Bridge, E.S. and D.N. Bonter. 2011. A low-cost radio frequency identification device for ornithological research. Journal of Field Ornithology 82:52-59.
Bonter, D.N., B. Zuckerberg and J.L. Dickinson. 2010. Invasive birds in a novel landscape: habitat associations and effects on established species. Ecography 33:494-502.
Dickinson, J.L., B. Zuckerberg and D.N. Bonter. 2010. Citizen science as an ecological research tool: Challenges and benefits. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 41:149-172.
Brooks, E.W. and D.N. Bonter. 2010. Long-term changes in avian community structure in a successional, forested, and managed plot in a reforesting landscape. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 122:288-295.
Bonter, D.N., S.A. Gauthreaux, Jr. and T.M. Donovan. 2009. Characteristics of important stopover locations for migrating birds: Remote sensing with radar in the Great Lakes basin. Conservation Biology 23:440-448.
Bonter, D.N. and W.M. Hochachka. 2009. A Citizen Science Approach to Ornithological Research: Twenty Years of Watching Backyard Birds. Proceedings of the Fourth International Partners In Flight Conference, McAllen, Texas, pp. 453-458.
Bonter, D.N., E.W. Brooks and T.M. Donovan. 2008. What are we missing with ground-level mist nets? Using elevated nets at a migration stopover site. Journal of Field Ornithology 79:314-320.
Cooper, C. and D.N. Bonter. 2008. Artificial nest site preferences of Black-capped Chickadees. Journal of Field Ornithology 79:193-197.
Bonter, D.N. and M.G. Harvey*. 2008. Winter survey data reveal range-wide decline in Evening Grosbeak populations. Condor 110:376-381.
Haseltine, S.D., P.R. Schmidt, B.D. Bales, D.N. Bonter, et. al. 2008. Report of the Federal Advisory Committee on the Bird Banding Laboratory: US Geological Survey Circular 1320, 19p.
Bonter, D.N., T.M. Donovan and E.W. Brooks. 2007. Daily mass changes in landbirds during migration stopover on the south shore of Lake Ontario. Auk 124:122-133.
Harvey, M.G.*, D.N. Bonter, L.M. Stenzler and I.J. Lovette. 2006. A comparison of plucked feathers versus blood samples as DNA sources for molecular sexing. Journal of Field Ornithology 77:136-140.
Bonter, D. and W. Hochachka. 2003. Widespread declines of chickadees and Corvids: possible impact of West Nile virus. American Birds.
Bonter, D. 2003. The migration and ecology of landbirds during migration in the Great Lakes basin. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Vermont.
Bonter, D. and T. Donovan. 2002. Habitat Selection. In T. Donovan and C. Weldon, Spreadsheet Exercises in Ecology and Evolution, Sinauer Press, Sunderland, Massachusetts, p. 321-330.
Bonter, D. and T. Donovan. 2002. Optimal Foraging Models. In T. Donovan and C. Weldon, Spreadsheet Exercises in Ecology and Evolution, Sinauer Press, Sunderland, Massachusetts, p. 331-340.
Bonter, D. and T. Donovan. 2002. Key Factor Analysis. In T. Donovan and C. Weldon, Spreadsheet Exercises in Ecology and Evolution, Sinauer Press, Sunderland, Massachusetts, p. 241-252.
Donovan, T., C. Beardmore, D. Bonter, J. Brawn, R. Cooper, R. Ford, J. Fitzgerald, S. Gauthreaux, T. George, W. Hunter, T. Martin, J. Price, K. Rosenberg, P. Vickery, T. Wigley. 2002. Priority research needs for the conservation of Neotropical migrant landbirds. Journal of Field Ornithology 73: 329-339.