Please click on the links below to access multimedia resources featuring our lab group. We have additional content to add to this page; please check back in the future for more internal and external media featuring our lab group’s people, activities, and discoveries.
Cornell Galápagos Curriculum (three courses: Evolutionary Biology, Freshman Writing Seminar, and Art class on field sketching/watercolor painting) trip highlights (20 minutes, 2016).
Patagonia course (Bioee2525/2526) field highlights (6 minutes, 2016). Highlight video from the inaugural field component of the Tropical Wildlife Ecology and Behavior course led by Leo Campagna and Irby Lovette in January 2016. Featuring students and coastal wildlife of Patagonia, including lots of penguins and sea lions.
Galapagos Curriculum highlights 2015 (6 minutes, 2015). Travelogue video from our Galapagos courses for freshmen — these courses include a trip through the archipelago as well as intensive coverage of evolutionary biology (BioEE1780, 5 credits) and the humanities (through a writing course centered on the perspectives of different travelers on Galapagos, WRIT1430, 3 credits).
Galapagos voyage for Cornell Lab members April 2015 (7 minutes, 2015). Travelogue video from one of our two April 2015 trips to Galapagos for Lab of Ornithology members. As will all of our Galapagos videos, this includes only footage recorded on this particular week-long journey.
Students of the Lab of Ornithology (7 minutes, 2013). A video that highlights the many, many ways that students engage with the Cornell Lab, including commentary by Irby and snippets on many of the undergraduates and graduate students affiliated with our lab group.
Chickadee hybridization and climate change (2 minutes, 2014). A video that presents some of our new findings about how climate change influences the hybridization dynamics of Carolina and Black-capped Chickadees, an ongoing project by postdoc Scott Taylor, Irby Lovette, Bob Curry of Villanova University, and a cadre of additional collaborators.
Conservation Genetics of Endangered Vultures (6 minutes, 2012). A video featuring the dissertation project of Yula Kapetanakos (as of August 2014, Dr. Kapetanakos!), who used feathers dropped by vultures feeding at carcasses as the DNA source for reconstructing the demography and movements of highly endangered vultures in Cambodia and Kazakhstan.
Lab members expedition to Galapagos, April 2014 (4 minutes, 2014). A highlight video from a trip to Galapagos that Irby led for a group of Lab of Ornithology members. Alternate title: Irby learns to use his new go-pro…
Lab members expedition to Galapagos, November 2014 (5 minutes, 2014). A highlight video from another trip to Galapagos that Irby led for a group of Lab of Ornithology members. Alternate title: Irby is not eaten by orcas…