Publications

* Postdoctoral Fellow, ** Graduate Student, ***Undergraduate Student

Row, J.R.*, S.T. Knick, S.J. Oyler-McCance, S.C. Lougheed, and B.C. Fedy. 2017. Developing approaches for linear mixed modeling in landscape genetics through landscape-directed dispersal simulations. Ecology and Evolution. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.2825

Tack, J.D.**, B.R. Noon, Z.H. Bowen, L.Strybos***, B.C. Fedy. 2017. No substitute for survival: Life-stage simulation analysis of a golden eagle population model reveals limits to managing for take. Journal of Raptor Research. 51: 258-272.

Fedy, B.C., J.R. Row*, and S.J. Oyler-McCance. 2016. Integration of genetic and demographic data to assess population risk in a continuously distributed species. Conservation Genetics. DOI 10.1007/s10592-016-0885-7

Row, J.R.*, S.J. Oyler-McCance, and B.C. Fedy. 2016. Differential influences of local subpopulations on regional diversity and differentiation for greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus). Molecular Ecology. 25: 4424-4437.

Doherty, K.E., J.S. Evans, P.S. Coates, L. Juliusson, and B.C. Fedy. 2016. Importance of regional variation in conservation planning and defining thresholds for a declining species: A range-wide example of the greater sage-grouse. Ecosphere. 7: e01462

Fedy, B.C., M. O’Donnell, and Z. Bowen. 2015. Large-scale control site selection for population monitoring: an example using sage- grouse. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 39: 700-712.

Tack, J.D.** and B.C. Fedy. 2015. Landscapes for energy and wildlife: conservation prioritization for golden eagles across large spatial scales. PLOS One. 10: e0134781

Row, J.R.*, S.J. Oyler-McCance, J.A. Fike, M. O’Donnell, K.E. Doherty, C.L. Aldridge,  Z. Bowen, and B.C. Fedy. 2015. Landscape characteristics influencing the genetic structure of Greater Sage-Grouse within the stronghold of their range: A holistic modeling approach. Ecology and Evolution. 5: 1955-1969.

Fedy, B.C., C.P. Kirol, A.L. Sutphin, and T.L. Maechtle. 2015. The influence of mitigation on sage-grouse habitat selection within an energy development field. PLoS ONE 10: e0121603.

Holloran, M.J., B.C. Fedy, and J. Dahlke. 2015. Winter habitat use of greater sage-grouse relative to activity levels at natural gas well pads. Journal of Wildlife Management. DOI: 10.1002/jwmg.877.

Burrell, K.G.**, S.D. Murphy, and B.C. Fedy. 2015. Diversity and abundance of landbirds in spring reorientation flights in the Pelee region. Ontario Birds 33: 70-82.

Fedy, B.C.,  K.E. Doherty, C.L. Aldridge, M. O’Donnell, J.L. Beck, B. Bedrosian, D. Gummer, M.J. Holloran, G.D. Johnson, N.W. Kaczor, C.P. Kirol, C.A. Mandich, D. Marshall, G. Mckee, C. Olson, A.C. Pratt, C.C. Swanson and B.L. Walker.  2014. Habitat prioritization across large landscapes, multiple seasons, and novel areas: An example using greater sage-grouse in Wyoming. Wildlife Monographs. 190: 1-39.

Oyler-McCance, S.J., B.C. Fedy, and E.L. Landguth.  2013. Sample design effects in landscape genetics. Conservation Genetics. 14: 275-285.

Fedy, B.C., C.L. Aldridge, K.E. Doherty, M. O’Donnell, J.L. Beck, B. Bedrosian, M.J. Holloran, G.D. Johnson, N.W. Kaczor, C.P. Kirol, C.A. Mandich, D. Marshall, G. McKee, C. Olson, C.C. Swanson, and B. Walker.  2012. Interseasonal movements of greater sage-grouse, migratory behaviour, and an assessment of the core regions concept in Wyoming.(Pdf) Journal of Wildlife Management 76: 1062-1071.

Landguth, E.L., B.C. Fedy, A.L. Garey, S.J. Oyler-McCance, S.L. Emel, M. Mumma, H.H. Wagner, M.-J. Fortin, and S.A. Cushman. 2012.  Effects of sample size, number of markers, and allelic richness on the detection of spatial genetic pattern. 12: 276-284.

Fedy, B.C. and K.E. Doherty. 2011.  Population cycles are highly correlated over long time series and large spatial scales in two unrelated species: greater sage-grouse and cottontail rabbits.  Oecologia 165: 915-924.

Fedy, B.C. and C.L. Aldridge. 2011.  The importance of within-year repeated counts and the influence of scale on long-term monitoring of sage-grouse.  Journal of Wildlife Management 75: 1022-1033.

Fedy, B.C. and K. Martin. 2011. The influence of fine-scale habitat features on regional variation in population performance in alpine white-tailed ptarmigan.  The Condor 113: 306-315.

Fedy, B.C. and T.E. Martin.  2009. Male songbirds provide indirect parental care by guarding females during incubation.  Behavioral Ecology 20: 1034-1038.

Wong, M.M.L., B.C. Fedy, S. Wilson, and K. Martin. 2009. Adoption in rock and white-tailed ptarmigan.  Wilson Journal of Ornithology 121: 638-641.

Fedy, B.C., K. Martin, C. Ritland, and J. Young. 2008.  Genetic and ecological data provide incongruent interpretations of population structure and dispersal in naturally subdivided populations of white-tailed ptarmigan (Lagopus leucura).  Molecular Ecology 17:  1905-1917.

Fedy, B.C. and B.J.M. Stutchbury. 2006. Testosterone does not increase in response to conspecific challenges in the white-bellied antbird (Myrmeciza longipes), a resident tropical passerine. Auk 123:  61-66.

Fedy, B.C. and B. J. M. Stutchbury. 2005. Territory defence in tropical birds: are females as aggressive as males?   Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 58: 414-422.

Stutchbury, B.J.M., B.E. Woolfenden, B.C. Fedy, and E.S. Morton. 2005.Nonbreeding territorial behavior of two congeneric antbirds, Myrmeciza exsul and M. longipes.  Ornitologia Neotropical 16:  397-404.

Fedy, B.C. and B. J. M. Stutchbury. 2004. Territory switching and floating in a resident tropical passerine, the white-bellied antbird (Myrmeciza longipes). The Auk 121: 486-496.

Fedy, B.C., D.R. Norris, and B.J.M. Stutchbury. 2002.  Do male Hooded Warblers guard their mates when their paternity is most at risk?  Journal of Field Ornithology 73: 420-426.

REPORTS

Doherty, K.E., J.S. Evans, P.S. Coates, and B.C. Fedy. 2015. Importance of Regional Variation in Conservation Planning and Defining Thresholds for a Declining Species: A Range-wide Example of the Greater Sage-grouse. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Report. 51pp.

Drum, R.G., C.R. Loesch, K.M. Carrlson, K.E. Doherty, B.C. Fedy. 2015. Assessing the Biological Benefits of the USDA-Conservation Reserve Program ( CRP ) for Waterfowl and Grassland Passerines in the Prairie Pothole Region of the United States : Spatial analyses for targeting CRP to maximize benefits for migratory birds. Final Report for USDA–FSA Agreement: 12-IA-MRE-CRP-TA. Prairie Pothole Joint Venture. 98pp.

O’Donnell, M.S., C.L. Aldridge, K.E. Doherty, and B.C. Fedy. 2015. Wyoming greater sage-grouse habitat prioritization—A collection of multi-scale seasonal models and geographic information systems land management tools. U.S. Geological Survey Data Series 891: 28 p., http://dx.doi.org/10.3133/ds891.