Ryan P. Bourbour

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  • Avian Sciences Graduate Group Student
Bio

Major Professor: Josh Hull
Home Department: Animal Science

Education

  • M.S. Avian Sciences UC Davis 2018
  • B.S. Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology - 2015 UC Davis

Thesis

Investigating Spatial and Temporal Mercury Trends of Terrestrial-feeding North American Raptors Using Feathers

Publications

Kross, S.M., BOURBOUR, R.P., Martinico, B.L.  Agricultural land use, barn owl diets, and vertebrate pest control implications. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. Submitted October 2015.

Phillips, R.A., Bousman, W.G., Rogers, M., BOURBOUR, R., Martinico, B., Mammoser, M. (2014). First successful nesting of Swainson’s hawk in Santa Clara County, California, since the 1800s. Western Birds, 45: 176-182.

Phillips, R.A., Meerman, J., Boomsma, T., Howe, R., Martinez, R., BOURBOUR, R., Martinico, B., Mai, I. (2015, November).  The breeding biology of the hook-billed kite (Chondrohierax uncinatus) in Belize: triple brooding.  Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Raptor Research Foundation, Sacramento, CA.