The June 2017 issue of Natural History has a ½ page article featuring Adjunct Professor Todd Freeberg. The article reports on a behavioral ecology study he conducted with colleagues on naturally-occurring flocks of over-wintering Carolina chickadees, tufted titmice, and white-breasted nuthatches to find out why some birds regularly travel in mixed-species flocks.
Author: Wilson, Niki
Source: Natural History. June 2017, Vol. 125 Issue 6, p8-8.
Todd, whose main department is Psychology, is very active in his adjunct position in EEB. He participates in the Comparative Animal Behavior discussion group and mentors several EEB graduate and undergraduate students.