See my Google Scholar and ResearchGate profiles for a current list of publications or mouse over and click on the photos below.
Baldwin, J. W. Dechmann, D.K.N. Thies, W. and Whitehead, S.R. Defensive fruit metabolites obstruct seed dispersal by altering bat behavior and physiology at multiple temporal scales. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America - Photo Gallery. e01655
Baldwin, J. W. Dechmann, D.K.N. Thies, W. and Whitehead, S.R. Defensive fruit metabolites obstruct seed dispersal by altering bat behavior and physiology at multiple temporal scales. Ecology. e02937
Saldaña-Vasquez, R. Salazar, JHC. Baldwin, J. Pérez-Torres, J. Does seed ingestion by bats increase germination?: a new meta-analysis 15 years later. Mammal Review 49:3 201–209.
Baldwin, J.W. Leap, K. Finn, J.T. Smetzer, J.R. Bayesian State-Space Models Reveal Unobserved Off-shore Nocturnal Migration from Motus Data. Ecological Modelling 386: 38–46.
O´Mara, M. T. Bauer, K. Baldwin, J. Hertel, M. and Dechmann, D. K. Common Noctule Bats Are Sexually Dimorphic in Migratory Behaviour and Body Size but Not Wing Shape. PLOS ONE, 11, 11: e0167027
Baldwin, J. and Londoño, G. First nesting account and breeding biology of “Gould’s Inca” (Coeligena torquata omissa) in Manu National Park, Peru. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology,128: 606-618. https://doi.org/10.1676/1559-4491-128.3.606
Baldwin, J. and Drucker, J. First Nesting Account of the Undescribed Ampay Tapaculo (Scytalopus sp.) in Abancay, Peru. Cotinga, 38: 9-13
Baldwin, J. and Whitehead, S. Fruit secondary compounds mediate the retention time of seeds in the guts of Neotropical fruit bats. Oecologia, 177: 2. 453-466. doi: 10.1007/s00442-014-3096-2 PDF
I contribute bird sightings to the global citizen scientist project eBird and submit photos to the online wildlife media archive Macaulay Library. I also use the open access bird sound archive xeno-canto.
I contributed three species accounts for the community-based online reference work Neotropical Birds, which has now been incoporated into Birds of the World run by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.