Funding

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Spirit Mound, Vermillion, SD

I am grateful to the following funding sources:

  • University of South Dakota Graduate School Research and Creativity Grant, Fall 2016; Community and Social Structures of Rooftop-Nesting Common Nighthawks (Chordeiles minor) and their Impact on Nest Success
  • University of South Dakota Biology Louella E. Cable Research Assistant Fellowship, 2016
  • Cooper Ornithological Society North American Ornithological Conference Travel Award, 2016
  • University of South Dakota Biology Raymond D. Dillon Memorial Travel Award, 2016
  • University of South Dakota Biology Cable Research Assistant Fellowship, 2016-2017
  • South Dakota Game Fish & Parks Grant, 2016; Common Nighthawks (Chordeiles minor) in agricultural landscapes: Thermal microclimates, nesting productivity and population genetic structure
  • University of South Dakota John W. Carlson Research Grant, 2016-2017; Nest Success, Nest Microclimate and Stress Hormone Levels of Rooftop-nesting Common Nighthawks (Chordeiles minor) in an Agriculturally Dominated Landscape
  • University of South Dakota Graduate School Research and Creativity Grant, 2016; Stress Hormone Levels and Nesting Success of Rooftop-nesting Common Nighthawks (Chordeiles minor) in an Agriculturally Dominated Landscape
  • University of South Dakota Biology Nelson Research Assistant Fellowship, 2015-2016
  • South Dakota Ornithologists’ Union Husmann Scholarship, 2015
  • South Dakota Ornithologists’ Union Nathaniel R. Whitney Jr., Small Research Grant, 2015; Common Nighthawk nesting ecology in an agriculturally dominated landscape: susceptibility to land-use change
  • South Dakota Game Fish & Parks Research Grant, 2015; Common Nighthawk (Chordeiles minor) nesting ecology in an agriculturally dominated landscape: Susceptibility to land-use change
  • Prairie Biotic Research, Inc., Small Grant, 2015; Nest microclimates and nesting success of Common Nighthawks (Chordeiles minor) at natural and rooftop nest sites in an agriculturally dominated landscape
  • University of South Dakota Graduate School Research and Creativity Grant, 2015; Nest microclimate and nesting success of Common Nighthawks (Chordeiles minor) in an agriculturally dominated landscape
  • University of South Dakota Biology Raymond D. Dillon Memorial Travel Award, 2015
  • University of South Dakota Graduate School Research and Creativity Grant, 2014; A comparative habitat study of Common Nighthawks (Chordeiles minor): Rooftop vs. ground nesting females
  • Golondrinas de las Americas Student Research Award, Cornell University, 2011; Assessing interspecific differences in energetic costs incurred when coping with environmental stressors in sympatric Tachycineta swallows
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