Robert Rosenfield, Ph.D.
Professor of BiologyOffice:
(715) 346-3624Email: email@example.com
Ph.D., Zoology - North Dakota State University (1990)
M.S., Natural Resources - UW Stevens Point (1983)
B.S., Wildlife Biology - UW Stevens Point (1979)
Biology 305 - General Ecology
Biology 306 - Ecological Methods
Biology 377/577 - Ornithology
Biology 498/698 - Special Topics in Biology (Raptor Ecology)
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|Discovery Channel TV, Vancouver, Canada. Two different episodes on
our comparative ecology of North American Cooper’s Hawk populations.
||University Scholar Award, UWSP.
||Distinguished Achievement Award, College of Letters and Science, UWSP.
||Scholarship Award, Department of Biology, UWSP.
||Award of Excellence for Outstanding Service and Knowledge in the Field of Biology, Theta Xi Fraternity, UWSP.
||Excellence in Teaching Award, UWSP.
||Excellence in Teaching Award, Department of Biology, UWSP.
||The "Coop" makes a big comeback; article on my Cooper's Hawk work in
National Geographic magazine, October, 1991.
||Outstanding Graduate Student, College of Natural Resources, UWSP.|
||Survey of breeding Peregrine Falcons in West Greenland. Grant
equivalent for undergraduate student participation in a longterm
coolaborative study between RNR and Dr. Kurt Burnham, World Center for
Birds of Prey, Boise, ID.
||Blood parasites in a colonizing, urban Cooper’s Hawk population:
citizen-based participatory research. University Personnel Development
||Prevalence of Trichomonas gallinae in migrating Northern Goshawks at
the Hawk Ridge Nature Reserve, Duluth, MN. $956.00 CLS Faculty and
Program Development Grant.
||Breeding biology of Cooper’s Hawks in Grand Forks, North Dakota. Donation from Ms. Betsy Batstone-Cunningham.
||Trichomoniasis in nesting Cooper’s Hawks in western Minnesota
||Breeding biology of Cooper’s Hawks in Wisconsin. Great Lakes Falconers Association.|
|| Comparative morphology among northern populations of breeding
Cooper’s Hawks. (With L.J. Rosenfield, J. Bielefeldt, R.K. Murphy, A.C.
Stewart, W.E. Stout, T.G. Driscoll, and M.A. Bozek). Condor 112. In
||Nest-box occupancy and reproductive performance of Kestrels in
central Wisconsin. (With Eschenbauch, J., and E.A. Jacobs). Journal of
Raptor Research 43:365-369.
||Survival rates and lifetime reproduction in breeding male Cooper’s Hawks in Wisconsin,
1980- 2005. (With J. Bielefeldt, L.J. Rosenfield, T.L. Booms, and M.A. Bozek.) Wilson Journal of Ornithology 121:610-617.
||Low prevalence of Trichomonas gallinae in urban and migratory
Cooper’s Hawks in north central
North America. (With S.J. Taft, W.E. Stout, T. G. Driscoll, D.L.
Evans, and M.A. Boze). Wilson Journal of Ornithology 121: 641-644..
||Genetic analysis confirms first record of polygyny in Cooper’s
Hawks. (With Rosenfield, R.N., T.G. Driscoll, R.P. Franckowiak, L.J.
Rosenfield, B.L. Sloss, and M.A. Bozek). Journal Raptor Research
||Reducing research and management disturbance at nests. (With J.W.
Grier, and R.F. Fyfe). Pages 349-362 in D.M. Bird and K.L. Bildstein,
Eds. Raptor research and management techniques. Hancock House Blaine,
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