Paul G. McDonald
Paul G. McDonald
Professor of Animal Behaviour, University of New England
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Leaf‐size divergence along rainfall and soil‐nutrient gradients: is the method of size reduction common among clades?
PG McDonald, CR Fonseca, J Overton, M Westoby
Functional Ecology 17 (1), 50-57, 2003
Evaluation of unmanned aerial vehicle shape, flight path and camera type for waterfowl surveys: disturbance effects and species recognition
JF McEvoy, GP Hall, PG McDonald
PeerJ 4, e1831, 2016
Nestling begging increases predation risk, regardless of spectral characteristics or avian mobbing
PG McDonald, DR Wilson, CS Evans
Behavioral Ecology 20 (4), 821-829, 2009
Weather dictates reproductive success and survival in the Australian brown falcon Falco berigora
P G MCDonald, PD Olsen, A Cockburn
Journal of Animal Ecology 73 (4), 683-692, 2004
Bell miner provisioning calls are more similar among relatives and are used by helpers at the nest to bias their effort towards kin
PG McDonald, J Wright
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1723), 3403-3411, 2011
Helping effort increases with relatedness in bell miners, but ‘unrelated’helpers of both sexes still provide substantial care
J Wright, PG McDonald, L te Marvelde, AJN Kazem, CM Bishop
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1680), 437-445, 2010
To pluck or not to pluck: the hidden ethical and scientific costs of relying on feathers as a primary source of DNA
PG McDonald, SC Griffith
Journal of Avian Biology 42 (3), 197-203, 2011
A low‐cost, yet simple and highly repeatable system for acoustically surveying cryptic species
KTA Lambert, PG McDonald
Austral Ecology 39 (7), 779-785, 2014
The influence of testosterone on territorial defence and parental behavior in male free-living rufous whistlers, Pachycephala rufiventris
PG McDonald, WA Buttemer, LB Astheimer
Hormones and Behavior 39 (3), 185-194, 2001
The Australian acoustic observatory
P Roe, P Eichinski, RA Fuller, PG McDonald, L Schwarzkopf, M Towsey, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 12 (10), 1802-1808, 2021
Helping as a signal and the effect of a potential audience during provisioning visits in a cooperative bird
PG McDonald, L Te Marvelde, AJN Kazem, J Wright
Animal Behaviour 75 (4), 1319-1330, 2008
Individual distinctiveness in the mobbing call of a cooperative bird, the noisy miner Manorina melanocephala
RAW Kennedy, CS Evans, PG McDonald
Journal of Avian Biology 40 (5), 481-490, 2009
Helping as a signal: does removal of potential audiences alter helper behavior in the bell miner?
PG McDonald, AJN Kazem, MF Clarke, J Wright
Behavioral Ecology 19 (5), 1047-1055, 2008
Territory fidelity, reproductive success and prey choice in the brown falcon, Falco berigora: a flexible bet-hedger?
PG McDonald, PD Olsen, DJ Baker-Gabb
Australian journal of zoology 51 (4), 399-414, 2003
Cooperative provisioning dynamics: fathers and unrelated helpers show similar responses to manipulations of begging
PG McDonald, AJN Kazem, J Wright
Animal Behaviour 77 (2), 369-376, 2009
Metrics of progress in the understanding and management of threats to Australian birds
ST Garnett, SHM Butchart, GB Baker, E Bayraktarov, KL Buchanan, ...
Conservation Biology 33 (2), 456-468, 2019
A critical analysis of ‘false-feeding’behavior in a cooperatively breeding bird: disturbance effects, satiated nestlings or deception?
PG McDonald, AJN Kazem, J Wright
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61, 1623-1635, 2007
Sex allocation and nestling survival in a dimorphic raptor: does size matter?
PG McDonald, PD Olsen, A Cockburn
Behavioral Ecology 16 (5), 922-930, 2005
Cooperative bird differentiates between the calls of different individuals, even when vocalizations were from completely unfamiliar individuals
PG McDonald
Biology Letters 8 (3), 365-368, 2012
Selection on body size in a raptor with pronounced reversed sexual size dimorphism: are bigger females better?
PG McDonald, PD Olsen, A Cockburn
Behavioral Ecology 16 (1), 48-56, 2005
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