I am a Postdoctoral Associate at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. I study avian migration, focusing on understanding the drivers of change and flexibility in migratory behavior. My work straddles ecology, evolution, behavior and conservation, and I believe in taking diverse perspectives—from individuals to flyways, tracking to remote sensing, acoustics to genomics.
PhD University of Oxford, 2020
BSc Cornell University, 2016
News and Updates
Bird feeders, fruiting plants, and a warming world are changing the movements and physiology of blackcaps that winter in Britain.
Our latest research highlights how migration forecasts can guide efforts to protect avian migrants.
How is bird migration evolving? We tracked 100 Eurasian Blackcaps to find out.
I’m now based at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.