United States Minor Outlying Islands
Dr. David Craig is currently working as Professor of Biology in Willamette University. He holds Ph.D., University of Colorado, Boulder, 1997, and B.S., Lewis & Clark College, 1990.
life-history, physiological, and ecological information, colonial waterbirds: Caspain terns (Sterna caspia) , double-crested cormorants (Phalacrocorax auritus), and gulls (Larus spp.), behavioral and population ecology of corvids (i.e. jays, crows, ravens), bird communities in coniferous forests
Collis K, Roby DD, Craig DP, Adamany S, Adkins JY, Lyons DE. Colony size and diet composition of piscivorous waterbirds on the lower Columbia River: implications for losses of juvenile salmonids to avian predation. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 2002 May 1;131(3):537-50.
Roby DD, Lyons DE, Craig DP, Collis K, Visser GH. Quantifying the effect of predators on endangered species using a bioenergetics approach: Caspian terns and juvenile salmonids in the Columbia River estuary. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 2003 Feb 1;81(2):250-65.
Larson K, Craig D. Digiscoping vouchers for diet studies in bill-load holding birds. Waterbirds. 2006 Jun;29(2):198-202.
Grace J, Craig DP. The development and lateralization of prey delivery in a bill load-holding bird. Animal Behaviour. 2008 Jun 30;75(6):2005-11.