Karen L. Wiebe
Karen L. Wiebe
professor of Biology, University of Saskatchewan
Verified email at usask.ca
TitleCited byYear
Nest sites and nest webs for cavity-nesting communities in interior British Columbia, Canada: nest characteristics and niche partitioning
K Martin, KEH Aitken, KL Wiebe
The condor 106 (1), 5-19, 2004
3352004
Microclimate of tree cavity nests: is it important for reproductive success in Northern Flickers?
KL Wiebe
The Auk 118 (2), 412-421, 2001
2132001
Facultative sex ratio manipulation in American kestrels
KL Wiebe, GR Bortolotti
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 30 (6), 379-386, 1992
2011992
Nest-site reuse patterns for a cavity-nesting bird community in interior British Columbia
KEH Aitken, KL Wiebe, K Martin
The Auk 119 (2), 391-402, 2002
1642002
Coping mechanisms of alpine and arctic breeding birds: extreme weather and limitations to reproductive resilience
K Martin, KL Wiebe
Integrative and Comparative Biology 44 (2), 177-185, 2004
1492004
Costs and benefits of nest cover for ptarmigan: changes within and between years
KL WIEBE, K MARTIN
Animal behaviour 56 (5), 1137-1144, 1998
1161998
Food supply and hatching spans of birds: energy constraints or facultative manipulation
KL Wiebe, GR Bortolotti
Ecology 75 (3), 813-823, 1994
1141994
Nest site attributes and temporal patterns of northern flicker nest loss: effects of predation and competition
RJ Fisher, KL Wiebe
Oecologia 147 (4), 744-753, 2006
1092006
Social learning in birds and its role in shaping a foraging niche
T Slagsvold, KL Wiebe
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366 …, 2011
952011
Learning the ecological niche
T Slagsvold, KL Wiebe
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1606), 19-23, 2006
952006
Egg size and clutch size in the reproductive investment of American kestrels
KL Wiebe, GR Bortolotti
Journal of Zoology 237 (2), 285-301, 1995
931995
Protective cover and the use of space by finches: is closer better?
SL Lima, KL Wiebe, LM Dill
Oikos, 225-230, 1987
891987
Climate change, breeding date and nestling diet: how temperature differentially affects seasonal changes in pied flycatcher diet depending on habitat variation
C Burger, E Belskii, T Eeva, T Laaksonen, M Mägi, R Mänd, A Qvarnström, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 81 (4), 926-936, 2012
862012
Cannibalism of nestling American kestrels by their parents and siblings
GR Bortolotti, KL Wiebe, WM Iko
Canadian Journal of Zoology 69 (6), 1447-1453, 1991
841991
Incubation behaviour and hatching patterns in the American kestrel Falco sparverius
GR Bortolotti, KL Wiebe
Ornis Scandinavica, 41-47, 1993
781993
Selection of nest trees by cavity‐nesting birds in the Neotropical Atlantic forest
K Cockle, K Martin, K Wiebe
Biotropica 43 (2), 228-236, 2011
692011
Clutch size relative to tree cavity size in Northern Flickers
KL Wiebe, TL Swift
Journal of Avian Biology 32 (2), 167-173, 2001
692001
Delayed timing as a strategy to avoid nest‐site competition: testing a model using data from starlings and flickers
KL Wiebe
Oikos 100 (2), 291-298, 2003
662003
Energetic efficiency of reproduction: the benefits of asynchronous hatching for American kestrels
KL Wiebe, GR Bortolotti
Journal of Animal Ecology, 551-560, 1994
661994
Hatching asynchrony and early nestling mortality: the feeding constraint hypothesis
T Slagsvold, KL Wiebe
Animal Behaviour 73 (4), 691-700, 2007
642007
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