Donald Brightsmith
Donald Brightsmith
Associate Professor, Texas A&M University
Verified email at cvm.tamu.edu
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Ecotourism, conservation biology, and volunteer tourism: A mutually beneficial triumvirate
DJ Brightsmith, A Stronza, K Holle
Biological Conservation 141 (11), 2832-2842, 2008
2222008
Avian geophagy and soil characteristics in southeastern Peru
DJ Brightsmith, RA Muñoz‐Najar
Biotropica 36 (4), 534-543, 2004
1352004
Parrot nesting in southeastern Peru: seasonal patterns and keystone trees
DJ Brightsmith
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 117 (3), 296-305, 2005
1142005
Ecological and socio-economic factors affecting extinction risk in parrots
G Olah, SHM Butchart, A Symes, IM Guzmán, R Cunningham, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation 25 (2), 205-223, 2016
1122016
Molecular characterization of the cloacal microbiota of wild and captive parrots
PG Xenoulis, PL Gray, D Brightsmith, B Palculict, S Hoppes, JM Steiner, ...
Veterinary microbiology 146 (3-4), 320-325, 2010
1052010
The roles of soil characteristics and toxin adsorption in avian geophagy
DJ Brightsmith, J Taylor, TD Phillips
Biotropica 40 (6), 766-774, 2008
912008
The use of hand-raised psittacines for reintroduction: a case study of scarlet macaws (Ara macao) in Peru and Costa Rica
D Brightsmith, J Hilburn, A Del Campo, J Boyd, M Frisius, R Frisius, ...
Biological Conservation 121 (3), 465-472, 2005
912005
Effects of weather on parrot geophagy in Tambopata, Peru
DJ Brightsmith
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 116 (2), 134-145, 2004
852004
Psittacine reintroductions: common denominators of success
TH White Jr, NJ Collar, RJ Moorhouse, V Sanz, ED Stolen, DJ Brightsmith
Biological Conservation 148 (1), 106-115, 2012
742012
Ecology and management of nesting blue-and-yellow macaws (Ara ararauna) in Mauritia palm swamps
D Brightsmith, A Bravo
Biodiversity & Conservation 15 (13), 4271-4287, 2006
732006
Use of arboreal termitaria by nesting birds in the Peruvian Amazon
DJ Brightsmith
The Condor 102 (3), 529-538, 2000
662000
Competition, predation and nest niche shifts among tropical cavity nesters: ecological evidence
DJ Brightsmith
Journal of Avian Biology 36 (1), 74-83, 2005
652005
Parrot claylick distribution in South America: do patterns of “where” help answer the question “why”?
ATK Lee, S Kumar, DJ Brightsmith, SJ Marsden
Ecography 33 (3), 503-513, 2010
592010
Current threats faced by Neotropical parrot populations
I Berkunsky, P Quillfeldt, DJ Brightsmith, MC Abbud, J Aguilar, ...
Biological Conservation 214, 278-287, 2017
572017
Parrots take it with a grain of salt: available sodium content may drive collpa (clay lick) selection in southeastern Peru
LL Powell, TU Powell, GVN Powell, DJ Brightsmith
Biotropica, 279-282, 2009
572009
Competition, predation and nest niche shifts among tropical cavity nesters: phylogeny and natural history evolution of parrots (Psittaciformes) and trogons (Trogoniformes)
DJ Brightsmith
Journal of Avian Biology 36 (1), 64-73, 2005
532005
A multi-platform draft de novo genome assembly and comparative analysis for the scarlet macaw (Ara macao)
CM Seabury, SE Dowd, PM Seabury, T Raudsepp, DJ Brightsmith, ...
PLOS one 8 (5), e62415, 2013
512013
Foraging ecology of parrots in a modified landscape: seasonal trends and introduced species
GD Matuzak, MB Bezy, DJ Brightsmith
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 120 (2), 353-365, 2008
502008
Nest site selection and efficacy of artificial nests for breeding success of Scarlet Macaws Ara macao macao in lowland Peru
G Olah, G Vigo, R Heinsohn, DJ Brightsmith
Journal for Nature Conservation 22 (2), 176-185, 2014
452014
Cavity use and reproductive success of nesting macaws in lowland forest of southeast Peru
K Renton, DJ Brightsmith
Journal of Field Ornithology 80 (1), 1-8, 2009
452009
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