Publications

13. Grieves, L.A., E. A. MacDougall-Shackleton. No evidence that songbirds use odour cues to avoid malaria-infected conspecifics. In Prep.

12. Grieves, L.A., C. Bottini, M. A. Bernards, S. A. MacDougall-Shackleton, E. A. MacDougall-Shackleton. Food stress, but not experimental exposure to mercury, affects songbird preen oil composition. In Prep.

11. Zitani N. M., L. A. Grieves, R. G. Thorn. A successfully breeding partially leucistic American Robin, Turdus migratorius. In Review (Canadian Field Naturalist)

10. Grieves L. A., G. B. Gloor, M. A. Bernards, E. A. MacDougall-Shackleton. 2019. Songbirds show odour-based discrimination of similarity and diversity at the major histocompatibility complex. In Press (Animal Behaviour)

9. Grieves L. A., M. A. Bernards, E. A. MacDougall-Shackleton. 2019. Behavioural responses of songbirds to preen oil odour cues of sex and species. Animal Behaviour. 156:57-65. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.anbehav.2019.06.035 

8. Grieves L. A., M. A. Bernards, E. A. MacDougall-Shackleton. 2019. Wax ester composition of songbird preen oil varies seasonally and differs between sexes, ages, and populations. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 45:37-45. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10886-018-1033-2

7.Grieves L. A., T. R. Kelly, M. A. Bernards & E. A. MacDougall-Shackleton 2018. Chemical composition of preen oil signals malarial infection status in songbirds: results from an experimental study. The Auk 135:767-776.  https://doi.org/10.1642/AUK-17-242.1

6. Grieves, L.A. & J.S. Quinn. 2018. Group size, but not manipulated whole-clutch egg color, contributes to ovicide in a joint-nesting cuckoo. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology. 130:479-484. https://doi.org/10.1676/17-014.1

5. Robertson, J.K., J. R. Caldwell, L. Grieves, A. Samuelsen, G. Schmaltz & J.S. Quinn. 2017. Male parental effort predicts reproductive contribution in the joint-nesting smooth-billed ani. Journal of Ornithology 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10336-017-1522-z

4. Grieves, L.A., D.M. Logue & J.S. Quinn 2015. Ready to fight: reliable predictors of attack in a cooperatively breeding, non-passerine bird. Ethology 121:1-12. https://doi.org/10.1111/eth.12430

3. Grieves, L.A., D.M. Logue & J.S. Quinn 2015. Vocal repertoire of the cooperatively breeding Smooth-billed Ani, Crotophaga ani. Journal of Field Ornithology 86:130-143. https://doi.org/10.1111/jofo.12096

2. Grieves, L.A., D.M. Logue & J.S. Quinn. 2014. Joint-nesting smooth-billed anis, Crotophaga ani, use a functionally referential alarm call system. Animal Behaviour 89:215-221. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.anbehav.2014.01.008

1. Grieves, L. & S. Forbes. 2012. Do sora nests protect red-winged blackbirds from marsh wren predation? The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 124:188-190. https://doi.org/10.1676/1559-4491-124.1.188

 

Other Publications:

Grieves, L. 2018. Canadian Invader: Beavers hit hard in South America. CurioCity (Let’s Talk Science). http://explorecuriocity.org/Explore/ArticleId/6733/canadian-invaders.aspx

Grieves, L. 2018. Alien Invasion: What are invasive species and what can we do about them? CurioCity (Let’s Talk Science). http://explorecuriocity.org/Explore/ArticleId/6309/alien-invasion-understanding-invasive-species.aspx

Grieves, L. 2013. Smooth-billed Ani (Crotophaga ani) research in Puerto Rico. Picoides 26:15-17.

Grieves, L. 2012. Zoological investigations. The Manitoban. 100. (6 contributions).

Grieves, L. 2011. Zoological investigations. The Manitoban. 99. (8 contributions).

Grieves, L. 2010. Zoological investigations. The Manitoban. 98. (12 contributions).

Grieves, L. 2009. Zoological investigations. The Manitoban. 97. (7 contributions).