Contrasting life-history evolution in New World thrushes
About the author
Andy Boyce is a PhD candidate in the Wildlife Biology Program at the University of Montana and the Montana Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit. He has been lucky enough to study birds all over the world and is primarily interested in the causes and consequences of variation in physiological and life-history traits across elevational and latitudinal gradients. His dissertation aims to determine how competition and physiology limit elevational ranges of tropical birds on Mt. Kinabalu in Malaysian Borneo.