Heller, E.L., K.C.R. Kerr, N.F. Dahlan, C.J. Dove, and E.L. Walters. 2015. Overcoming challenges to morphological and molecular identification of Empidonax flycatchers: a case study from Virginia. Journal of Field Ornithology.

Heller, E.L., C.L. Wright, R. Nadolny, W. Hynes, H. D. Gaff, and E.L. Walters. 2015. New records of Ixodes affinis parasitizing avian hosts in southeastern Virginia. Journal of Medical Entomology:1-5.

Heller, E.L. and J.A. Arnold. 2015. Avian Research at Virginia Universities: The Walters’ Lab at Old Dominion University. Virginia Birds 11:4-5.

Heller, E.L. 2015. The effects of urbanization on tick parasitism rates in birds of southeastern Virginia. MS Thesis, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA. 201p.

Popular Press

2015. Entomology Today “A tick that feeds on birds may increase the range of Lyme disease”

2015. The Wildlife Society “Lyme-carrying ticks could be hitching rides on birds”

2015. Old Dominion University Graduate School Promotional Video

2013. Old Dominion University’s News Article “ODU Student Adds Dusky Flycatcher to Virginia Bird List”