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Boyle, W. A., D. W. Winkler, and C. G. Guglielmo. 2012. Rapid loss of fat but not lean mass prior to chick provisioning supports the flight efficiency hypothesis in Tree Swallows. Functional Ecology 26, 895-903.
Boyle, W. A. 2011. Short-distance partial migration of Neotropical birds: a community-level test of the foraging limitation hypothesis. Oikos, 120 1803-1816.
Boyle, W. A., C. G. Guglielmo, K. A. Hobson, and D. R. Norris. 2011. Lekking birds in a tropical forest forego sex for migration. Biology Letters 7, 661-663.
Boyle, W. A., C. J. Conway, J. L. Bronstein. 2011. Why do some, but not all, birds migrate? A comparative study of diet breadth and fruit preference. Evolutionary Ecology 25, 219-236.
Boyle, W. A., D. R. Norris, and C. G. Guglielmo. 2010. Storms drive altitudinal migration in a tropical bird. Proceedings of the Royal Society-B 277, 2511-2519.
Sol, D., N. Garcia, A. Iwaniuk, K. Davis, A. Meade, W. A. Boyle, and T. Székely. 2010. Evolutionary divergence in brain size between migratory and resident birds. PLoS One 5, e9617.
Boyle, W. A., 2010. Does food abundance explain altitudinal migration in a tropical frugivorous bird? Canadian Journal of Zoology 88, 204-213.
Lumpkin, H. and W. A. Boyle. 2009. Effects of forest age on fruit composition and removal in tropical bird-dispersed understorey trees. Journal of Tropical Ecology 25, 515-522.
Boyle, W. A. 2009. How to keep tropical montane frugivorous birds in captivity. Ornitología Neotropical, 20, 265-273.
Boyle, W. A. 2008. Partial migration in birds: an evaluation of three hypotheses in a tropical lekking frugivore. Journal of Animal Ecology, 77, 1122-1128.
Boyle, W. A., 2008. Can variation in risk of nest predation explain altitudinal migration in tropical birds? Oecologia 154, 397-403.
Boyle, W. A., C. N. Ganong, D. B. Clark, & M. A. Hast. 2008. Density, distribution, and attributes of tree cavities in an old-growth tropical rain forest. Biotropica 40(2), 241-245.
Boyle, W. A. and C. J. Conway. 2007. Why migrate? A test of the evolutionary precursor hypothesis. American Naturalist 169, 344-359.
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