Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Units Program: Florida
Education, Research and Technical Assistance for Managing Our Natural Resources

Florida Staff Member


Chris Gulick

PhD student Chris Gulick holds a tricolored heron

PhD
Email: cgulick@ufl.edu

Biography

Spatial ecology of colonial wading birds within metapopulations on the Gulf Coast

Presentations Presentation Date
Zhang, Ke, C. K. Gulick, and A. N. Powell. 2022. Non-breeding utilization ranges of white ibis and tricolored herons in the Gulf of Mexico region. Waterbirds Conference, Corpus ChristI, TX. November 2022
Zhang, K., C. K. Gulick, and A. N. Powell. 2021. Habitat use of wading birds during the non-breeding season in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Waterbird Society Annual Meeting (Virtual). November 2021
Gulick, C.K., and C.W. Boal. Nest Box Use and Productivity of American Kestrels on the High Plains of Texas. Annual Meeting of the Texas Chapter of the Wildlife Society, San Antonio, TX. February 2016
Gulick, C.K., K. Zhang, and A. N. Powell. 2022. Movements of two differently adapted wading bird species during the nonbreeding season. Poster; American Ornithological Society Annual Meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico. July 2022
Gulick, C., B. Skipper, and C. Boal. 2014. Occupancy estimates of ferruginous hawks in the Snake River Bird of Prey Area. 50th Annual Meeting of the Texas Chapter of The Wildlife Society, Austin, TX, Feb. 2014. February 2014
Gulick, C. K., K. Zhang, and A. N. Powell. 2022. Breeding season selection of anthropogenic resources varies across age and pre-breeding movement modes in the American white ibis. Waterbirds Conference, Corpus Christi, TX. November 2022
Gulick, C. K., K. Zhang, and A. N. Powell. 2021. Post-breeding season movements of wading birds are linked to use of anthropogenic resources. Waterbird Society Annual Meeting (Virtual) November 2021