I study ecology and conservation of birds, including endangered species, cavity-nesting communities, and wild birds in agricultural landscapes. My ongoing projects include 1) identifying threats to endangered forty-spotted pardalotes in Tasmania, Australia, 2) examining the decades-long role of tree cavities in providing nesting-resources for cavity-nesting birds and mammals in interior Bristish Columbia, and 3) investigating ecosystem services (and disservices) provided by wild birds on organic farms across the western USA. I also get distracted by parasitic flies and endangered land snails.
email: amanda (dot) edworthy (at) wsu (dot) edu
Washington State University
100 Dairy Rd
Pullman, WA 99164