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10. Myers, B. M., Fisher, R. N., Preston, K. L., Stokes, D., and A. Vandergast. In revision. A bat management plan based on ecological neighborhoods in San Diego County, California. 

9. Broyles, G.*, Myers, B. M.*, Friedman, N., Gawin, M., Ong, S., DaSilva, T., Hund, A. K., and E. S. C. Scordato (2023). The diversification and demographic history of an island-hopping avian species complex. Evolution, qpad179. Link to article.

*authors contributed equally

8. Myers, B.M., Brelsford, A., Clark, C. J., and K. J. Burns (2023). Sampling affects population genetic inference: a case study of the Allen's (Selasphorus sasin) and rufous hummingbird (Selasphorus rufus). Heredity, doi: 10.1093/jhered/esad044. Link to article.


7. Myers, B. M., Questad, E. J., and D. J. Moriarty (2023). Bird species responses to drought in two southern California coastal sage scrub communities. Southwestern Naturalist 67(2): 105-115. Link to article.

6. Myers, B.M., Rankin, D.T., Burns, K. J., and C. J. Clark (2022). k-mer analysis shows hybrid hummingbirds perform variable, transgressive courtship sequences. Animal Behaviour 186: 67-84. Link to article.


5. Galvin, A. N., Bradshaw, A. C., Myers, B. M., Tell, L. A., Ernest, H. B., and R. N. M. Sehgal (2021). Low prevalence of haemosporidians in blood and tissue samples from California hummingbirds. Journal of Parasitology 107: 794-798. Link to article.


4. Myers, B. M., Burns, K. J., Clark, C. J., and A. Brelsford (2021). The population genetics of non-migratory Allen's Hummingbird (Selasphorus sasin sedentarius) following a recent mainland colonization. Ecology and Evolution, doi: 10.1002/ece3.7174. Link to article.

3. Myers, B. M. (2020). Courtship behavior and mechanisms of isolation across a hummingbird hybrid zone. PhD Dissertation. San Diego State University. Link to article.


2. Myers, B. M., Rankin, D. T., Burns, K. J., and C. J. Clark (2019). Behavioral and morphological evidence of an Allen's x Rufous Hummingbird (Selasphorus sasin x S. rufus) hybrid zone in southern Oregon and northern California. The Auk: Ornithological Advances xx: 1-24; DOI: 10.1093/auk/ukz/049. Link to article.


1. Myers, B. M., Questad, E. J., Hubbell, M. D., and D. J. Moriarty (2019). Trends in bird species richness in the midst of drought. Western Birds 50: 74-91. Link to article.

Coming soon...

Myers, B. M., Burns, K. J., and C. J. Clark. In prep. Rufous (Selasphorus rufus) Hummingbird breeds in northern California.

Myers, B. M., Ramirez, B., and E. S. C. Scordato. In prep. Demographic responses of the Oceanic swallows to increases in human land use.

Brian Myers, PhD

Eastern Oregon University

Department of Biology


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