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Texas Tropical Network

March 18, 2022
Erik Iverson and Brian Sedio have kicked of the Texas Tropical Network. I'm looking forward to it.
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Green Jay western range limit

February 15, 2022
I recently banded two Green Jays in Del Rio, TX, which is the absolute western range limit. Beyond Del Rio, the habitat is mostly Chihuahuan desert and not suitable for the species. We'll have to see if they continue alogn the Rio Grande to the Big Bend area. 
Prof Keitt with motmot

Yucatan field work

January 27, 2022
PI Keitt spent several weeks catching birds in the Yucatan this winter as part of our ConTex-funded Geen Jay project. We bled 5 more jays brining our total to 7 for the region. We're now up to 30 blood samples in Texas.  Read more about Yucatan field work

Stengl-Wyer Postdoc

November 2, 2021

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2022 STENGL-WYER SCHOLARS COMPETITION REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS Submission deadline: March 16, 2022, 5:00 PM CST

Recent Ph.D.s are invited to apply for distinguished postdoctoral positions to study the diversity of life and/or organisms in their natural environments at The University of Texas at Austin (UT), one of the top campuses in the country for this area of research.

Funded by the Stengl-Wyer Endowment, the Stengl-Wyer Scholars Program provides up to three years of support for talented postdoctoral researchers in the broad

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Postdoctoral Scholar – Climate change research

October 12, 2021

The Keitt Lab[1] at The University of Texas at Austin seeks a postdoctoral scholar to join our team. With funding through UT’s Bridging Barriers program[2], we are investigating how climate and landscape change is affecting the biogeography of species and communities across Texas and beyond.  Candidates with particular interests in geospatial analysis, environmental sensing, biodiversity conservation, and ecosystem services are particularly

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Brian Stokes

New lab member

September 10, 2021
Brian Stokes has joined the lab as a new gradaute student. He did his undergrad work at the University of Florida and has spend several year engaged in bird research. Picture is Brian banding green jays at Chaparral WMA in South Texas. Welcome Brian! Read more about New lab member