The Daily Barometer (Aug. 28, 2017): Seabird research creates opportunities for ecosystem understanding
Mongabay (July 28, 2017): First ‘intrusions’ into unbroken forests drive pulses of biodiversity loss
OPB.org (July 21, 2017): To Save The Forest, Don't Cut The 1st Tree: Study
Science Daily (July 19, 2017): Conserve intact forest landscapes to maximize biodiversity, reduce extinction risk
Phys.org (July 19, 2017): Conserve intact forest landscapes to maximize biodiversity, reduce extinction risk
Albany Democrat-Herald (May 29, 2017): BioBlitz at Avery Park
National Geographic (Jan. 7, 2017): How the World's Smallest Birds Survive the Winter
Science Magazine (Oct. 18, 2016): People are hunting primates, bats, and other mammals to extinction
See also: The Huffington Post, Smithsonian.com, Mongabay, The Guardian
Northwest Climate Science Center (July 6, 2016): Old Growth May Help Protect Northwest Forest Birds from the Impacts of Climate Change
OPB.org (Apr. 22, 2016): Old-Growth Forests Provide Temperature Refuges In Face Of Climate Change: Study
See also: Phys.org, Tech Times, Gazette-Times, Science Daily
Science Daily (Jan. 27, 2016): Forest corridors prove critical to biodiversity, pollination success in the tropics. See also: Phys.org, Conservation Magazine, crhoy.com
Biosphere Magazine (Nov. 2015): Sweet Switch (pdf)
Nature (Mar. 19, 2015): Flowers choose the best pollinators
AAAS Science Update (Mar. 11, 2015): Choosy Flowers
New York Times (Mar. 9, 2015): Discerning Plant Picks Its Pollinators
CBC Radio - Quirks and Quarks (Mar. 7, 2015): Plants pick their Pollinators
Phys.org (Mar. 3, 2015): Plant species evolved a way to determine most promising pollinator
Science News (Mar. 2, 2015): Tropical plant knows whose bill is in its flowers
Terra (Oct. 11, 2014): Small Scale Science
Science World Report (Jul. 11, 2014): Precipitation and Not Warming Temperatures May be More to Blame for Bird Population Shifts See Also: ScienceDaily; High Country News; Nature World News; Science
LTER Network News (Mar. 26, 2014): To tell a bird by its song
CBCNews New Brunswick (Mar. 18, 2014): Forest scientist terms new Crown policy radical, experimental
The Daily Barometer (Nov. 6, 2013): Researchers study effects of forest fragmentation on hummingbird behavior
Terra (July 1, 2013): Threshold for Thriving: How much forest management is too much for northern house wrens?
Audubon Magazine (Apr. 8, 2013): What Do Birds Do for Us?
Science Daily (Aug. 10, 2012): For Young Birds, Getting Stressed out Can Be a Good Thing
Focus on Forestry (Fall 2012): Bioacoustics in Birdland
KGW.com (May 31, 2012): OSU high-tech team monitors bird songs
Albany Democrat-Herald (May 14, 2012): Feeding the birds
Corvallis Gazette-Times (Mar. 1, 2011): Butterfly chaser
Terra (Fall 2010): The Persistence of Species: An ecologist seeks clues to forest biodiversity
NSF-Science 360 (Jan. 4, 2011): A Bird's-Eye View: Studying Forests From Above
Nat Geo (June 10, 2010): Why don't butterflies cross the road?
Science Daily (June 3, 2010): Lasers Help Researchers Predict Birds' Preferred Habitat
BBC Radio 4 (May 2010): Saving Species: Episode 6 - Adam Hadley interview from the rainforest of Costa Rica
BBC Radio 4 (May 2009): Nature - The Future of the Amazon
Oregonian (Feb. 12, 2009): "OSU Researchers Tie Pollination Woes to Bird Travel Disruptions"
Corvallis Gazette Times (Feb. 10, 2009): Study: Pollinating birds won't cross cleared land
Science Daily (Feb. 10, 2009): "Hummingbird 'Tag' Suggests Fragmentation May Be Part of Pollination Crisis".
Conservation Magazine (Oct. 2008) (public outlet for the Society of Conservation Biology): "Word of Mouth"
Washington Post (June 23, 2008) "The Siren Song of Avian Real Estate"
Science Podcast Update (AAAS) (June 20, 2008): "Birdsong Bandwagon"
Telegraph (London): (June 18, 2008) "Songbirds Eavesdrop to Find Nests"
Oregonian (June 14, 2008) "Whistle While You Work"
ScienceNOW (AAAS) (June 12, 2008): What's in a Song?
Science Daily (June 10, 2008): "Birds Communicate Reproductive Success in Song".
Matt Betts interviewed on Jefferson Public Radio, Oregon