Jared Wolfe

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After Humboldt, Jared went on to earn a PhD at Louisiana State University and then become a faculty member at Michigan Technological University.

  For his Humboldt thesis, Jared studied migrant stopover ecology in Northeastern Costa Rica. More specifically, his work utilized banding data, dietary analyses, climatic metrics and habitat attributes in order to elucidate the effects of a stochastic climate on migrant habitat use, condition, distribution and survivorship. Jared is also interested in Neotropical resident bird ecology, especially molt patterns.