The Bird Division is a collection of resources for people who conduct research on or need information about birds. The faculty staff and various graduate students conduct research on the phylogenetic relationships, evolution and behavior of a wide variety of birds using museum collections, molecular techniques, and captive and field studies.
Contest set to name peregrine falcon chicks hatched atop U-M hospital
The university offers the Ann Arbor community an opportunity to name the baby falcons through an online contest. Please visit the U-M Facebook page for contest updates.(more)
WCBN-FM broadcast on U-M peregrine falcons by EEB alumna
Adventurous EEB alumna, Liz Wason, will broadcast about this year’s campus peregrine falcons at 9 a.m., Friday morning, March 22, on WCBN.(more)
The bird division has an extensive library of publications. In house publications include Miscellaneous pubs and Occasional papers. There is also an extensive listing of papers based on specimens in our collection.
Visitors to our lab
We have been monitoring a nesting pair at the University of Michigan Carillon tower. (more)