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I am a research scientist with the Wildlife Research Division at Environment and Climate Change Canada and I am a adjunct professor in the Biology Department at Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. My research program broadly focuses on understanding the drivers of population declines in migratory birds and Species at Risk that live in or move through human dominated ecosystems across southern Canada. More specifically, my research program currently focuses on 1) how landscape composition and configuration influences avian diversity in agro-ecosystems, 2) post-fledging/breeding survival, movement, and habitat associations, and 3) identifying high-quality stopover habitat for migrant land birds. I use a variety of tools and approaches that span the fields of movement ecology, conservation physiology, population ecology, and community ecology.