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Intro

A male Broad-tailed Hummingbird © M. C. Stoddard

A male Broad-tailed Hummingbird
© M. C. Stoddard

DR. MARY CASWELL STODDARD
Assistant Professor, Princeton UniversityDepartment of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Email: mstoddard at princeton.edu

  • View my CV here.
  • View my Google Scholar profile.
  • Check out a new popular media article in Physics World featuring our our work on cuckoo egg mimicry.
  • View a video about our egg recognition research, recently on display at the American Museum of Natural History's Dinosaurs Among Us exhibit in New York City.
  • View a video about my past work at the Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology.

Interested in joining the lab? Please contact me to learn about opportunities.

  A Reed Warbler feeds a Common Cuckoo chick. © D. Kjaer.

 

A Reed Warbler feeds a Common Cuckoo chick.
© D. Kjaer.

A Great Black-backed Gull on Appledore Island, ME.  © M. C. Stoddard.

A Great Black-backed Gull on Appledore Island, ME. 
© M. C. Stoddard.

A Peacock's tail feathers. © M. C. Stoddard.

A Peacock's tail feathers.
© M. C. Stoddard.

TETRACOLORSPACE © M. C. Stoddard.

TETRACOLORSPACE
© M. C. Stoddard.

A Murre egg.  © Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University/M. C. Stoddard.

A Murre egg. 
© Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University/M. C. Stoddard.

An SEM image of an eggshell surface. © M. C. Stoddard.

An SEM image of an eggshell surface.
© M. C. Stoddard.