Natalie A. Wright

 

I study bird biology and evolution. I use macroecological and phylogenetic comparative methods in combination with detailed field and biomechanics studies to test questions about avian evolutionary ecology. Much of my research involves museum collections and databases, to which I contribute through specimen collection and preparation.

 
 
Bananaquit, Coereba flaveola, at Asa Wright Nature Centre in Trinidad. Photo by Natalie Wright.

Bananaquit, Coereba flaveola, at Asa Wright Nature Centre in Trinidad.
Photo by Natalie Wright.

Photo by SarahLove Photography.

Photo by SarahLove Photography.

About Me

I am a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Montana Flight Lab working with Bret Tobalske

Learn more about my recent and ongoing research projects

Check out a list of my publications

My CV

GoogleScholar profile

 

Contact me

nataliestudiesbirds [at] gmail.com

twitter: @coereba