Schroeder KM and Remage-Healey L. Adult-like neural representation of species-specific vocalizations in the auditory forebrain of zebra finch nestlings. Developmental Neurobioogy. (In press).
Schroeder KM and McRae SB. 2020. Automated auditory detection of a rare, secretive marsh bird with infrequent and acoustically indistinct vocalizations. IBIS 162(3):1033-1046. DOI
Schroeder KM and McRae SB. 2019. Vocal repertoire of the King Rail (Rallus elegans). Waterbirds 42(2): 154-167. DOI PDF
Lansverk AL, Schroeder KM, London SE, Griffith SC, Clayton DF, and Balakrishnan CN. The variability of song variability in zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata) populations. Royal Society Open Science 6: 190273. DOI
Schroeder KM and McRae SB. 2018. Variable laying times among king rails (Rallus elegans). Wilson Journal of Ornithology 130(4): 1036-1041. http://doi.org/10.1676/18-00005.1. PDF
Stiffler L, Schroeder KM, McRae SB, Katzner T, and Anderson J. 2018. Quantitative acoustic differentiation of cryptic species: an example with king and clapper rails in eastern North America. Ecology and Evolution 8(24):12821-12831. http://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.4711. PDF
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(updated January 2021)
Award-winning nature writer and photographer, Todd Pusser, wrote an article about my king rail research at Mackay Island NWR for Wildlife in North Carolina magazine. It was a blast to have Todd tag along for our fieldwork on the refuge!