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CURRICULUM VITAE

Bernd Heinrich



2015

bheinrich153@gmail.com



EDUCATION

B.A. (Zoology) 1964 University of Maine, Orono

M.S. (Zoology) 1966 University of Maine, Orono

Ph.D. (Zoology) 1970 University of California, Los Angeles

(awarded "with distinction")

Postdoctoral 1970 University of California, Los Angeles



HONORS

Guggenheim Fellow, 1976-77

Harvard Fellow, 1976-77

University of Vermont Scholar in the Biological Sciences, 1985

Alexander von Humboldt Senior Scientist Fellowship Award,1988-89 (Federal Republic

of Germany)

Lady Davis Fellowship (Jerusalem, Israel) 1992

L.L. Winship Book Award (For In a Patch of Fireweed), 1984.

Burroughs Writing Award (For An Owl in the House), ~ 1991.

Rutstrom Authorship Award for Conservation and Environmental Writing

(For A Year in the Maine Woods), 1996.

Sigma Xi Lecturer, 1995-1997

Outstanding Science Trade Book for Children (By Children’s Books Council)

Member Vermont Academy of Science and Engineering-1997.

Member Vermont Academy of Arts and Sciences- 1998.

Franklin Fairbanks Award for Contributions of Vermont Culture- 1997.

New England Bookseller’s Award for Nonfiction for 1998.

John Burroughs Medal for Nature Writing (for Mind of the Raven) 2000

Honorary Doctorate, University of Maine, Farmington – 1999

Honorary Master of Philosophy & Human Biology – College of the Atlantic, 2006



Honorary Doctorate, Unity College, Maine 1986 and-2000!

Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters, St. Michaels College, 2008

National Academy of Arts and Sciences. 2004.

Maine Running Hall of Fame, 1996.

Maine Sportsmen’s Hall of Fame, 2000.

American Ultrarunning Hall of Fame, 2008.

Sterling College Presidential Stewardship Award, 2014.

University of Maine Achievement Award, 2014

Pen New England Book Award for non-fiction, for Life Everlasting- 2013.

Art Exhibits: “The Naturalist as Artist: the Artist as Naturalist”. Fleming Museum,

Burlington, VT. and the L C Bates Museum , Good Will- Hinckley School in

Fairfield, Maine. 2005



TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Assistant Professor, University of California, Berkeley, 1971-75

Associate Prof. UC Berkeley, 1975-1977

Professor of Entomology, University of California, Berkeley, 1978-1981

Professor of Biology, University of Vermont, 1981-2003

Professor Emeritus, 2004-

Presently teaching Winter Ecology

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

Heinrich B. 1961. Weasels in Farmington. Maine Field Naturalist 17:24-25.

Cook, J.R. and B. Heinrich. 1965. Glucose vs. acetate metabolism in Euglena. J. Protozoology

12:581 584.

Heinrich, B. and J. R. Cook. 1967. Studies on the respiratory physiology of Euglena gracilis cultured on acetate or glucose. J. Protozoology. 14:548 553

Cook, J. R. and B. Heinrich. 1968. Unbalanced respiratory growth of Euglena.

J. Gen.Microbiol. 53:237 251.

Heinrich, B. 1970. Thoracic temperature stabilization in a free flying moth. Science 168: 580 582.

Heinrich, B. 1970. Nervous control of the heart during thoracic temperature regulation in a sphinx moth. Science 169:606 607.

Heinrich, B. 1971. The effect of leaf geometry on the feeding behavior of the caterpillar of Manduca sexta (Sphingidae). Anim. Behaviour 19:119 124.

Heinrich, B. 1971. Temperature regulation of the sphinx moth, Manduca sexta. I. Flight energetics and body temperature during free and tethered flight. J. Exp. Biol. 54: 141 152.

Heinrich, R. 1971. Temperature regulation of the sphinx moth, Manduca sexta. II. Regulation of heat loss by control of blood circulation. J. Exp. Biol. 54:153 166.

Heinrich, B. and G. A. Bartholomew. 1971. An analysis of preflight warm up in the sphinx moth, Manduca sexta. J. Exp. Biol. 55:223 239.

Heinrich, B. 1972. Temperature regulation in bumblebees, Bombus vagans: a field study. Science 175:185 187.

Heinrich, B. 1972. Energetics of temperature regulation and foraging in a bumblebee, Bombus terricola Kirby. J. Comp. Physiol. 77:49 64.

Heinrich, B. 1972. Patterns of endothermy in bumblebee queens, drones and workers. J. Comp. Physiol. 77:65 79.

Heinrich, B. and P. H. Raven. 1972. Energetics and pollination ecology. Science 176:597 602.


Kammer, A. E. and B. Heinrich. 1972. Neural control of bumblebee fibrillar muscles during shivering. J. Comp. Physiol. 78:337 345.

Heinrich, B. 1972. Thoracic temperature of butterflies in the field near the equator. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 43A:459 467.

Heinrich, B. 1972. Physiology of brood incubation in the bumblebee queen, Bombus vosnesenskii. Nature 239:223 225.

Heinrich, B. and T. M. Casey. 1973. Metabolic rate and endothermy in sphinx moths. J. Comp. Physiol. 82:195 206.

Bartholomew, G. A. and B. Heinrich. 1973. A field study of flight temperature in moths in relation to body weight and wing loading. J. Exp. Biol. 58:123 135.

Heinrich, B. and A. Kammer. 1973. Activation of the fibrillar muscles in the bumblebee during warm up, stabilization of thoracic temperature and flight. J. Exp. Biol. 58:677 688.

Heinrich, B. 1974. Thermoregulation in bumblebees. I. Brood incubation by Bombus vosnesenskii queens. J. Comp. Physiol. 88:129 140.

Heinrich, B. 1974. Pheromone induced brooding behavior in Bombus vosnesenskii and B. edwardsii (Hymenoptera: Bombidae). J. Kansas Ent. Soc. 47:396 404.

Heinrich, B. 1974. Thermoregulation in endothermic insects. Science 185:747 756.

Kammer, A. E. and B. Heinrich. 1974. Metabolic rates related to muscle activity in

bumblebees. J. Exp. Biol. 61:219 227.

Heinrich, B. 1975. Thermoregulation in bumblebees. II. Energetics of warm up and free flight. J. Comp. Physiol. 96:155 166.

Heinrich, B. and C. Pantle. 1975. Thermoregulation in small flies (Syrphus sp.): Basking and shivering. J. Exp. Biol. 62:599 610.

Heinrich, B. 1975. Bee flowers: A hypothesis on flower variety and blooming times. Evolution 29:325 334.

Heinrich, B. 1975. Energetics of pollination. Ann. Rev. Ecol. & Syst. 6:139 170.

Heinrich, B. 1976. Foraging specializations of individual bumblebees. Ecol. Mon. 46:105 128.

Oster, G. and B. Heinrich. 1976. Why do bumblebees "major"? A mathematical model. Ecol. Mon. 46:128 133.

Heinrich, B. 1976. Heat exchange in relation to blood flow between thorax and abdomen in bumblebees. J. Exp. Biol. 64:561 585.

Heinrich, B. 1976. Resource partitioning among some eusocial insects: Bumblebees. Ecol. 57: 874 889.

Heinrich, B. 1976. Flowering phenologies: bog, woodland, and disturbed habitats. Ecol. 57: 890 899.

Heinrich, B. 1977. Why have some animals evolved to regulate a high body temperature? Am. Naturalist. 111:623 640.

Heinrich, B., P. Mudge, and P. Deringis. 1977. A laboratory analysis of flower constancy in foraging bumblebees: Bombus ternarius and B. terricola. Behav. Ecol. and Sociobiol.

2:247 266.

Bartholomew, G. A. and B. Heinrich. 1978. Endothermy in African dung beetles during flight, ball making, and ball rolling. J. Exp. Biol. 73:65 83.

Heinrich, B. and T. M. Casey. 1978. Heat transfer in dragonflies: 'Fliers' and 'perchers'. J. Exp. Biol. 74:17 36.

Heinrich, B. and G. A. Bartholomew. 1978. Roles of endothermy and size in inter  and intraspecific competition for elephant dung in an African dung beetle, Scarabaeus laevistriatus. Physiol. Zool. 52:484 494.

Allen, T. S., S. Cameron, R. McGinley, and B. Heinrich. 1978. The role of workers and new

queens in the ergonomics of a bumblebee colony:Hymenoptera:Apoidea). J.Kansas Entomological Soc. 51(3):329 342.

Heinrich, B. 1979. Resource heterogeneity and patterns of foraging in bumblebees. Oecologia 140:235 245.

Heinrich, B. 1979. "Majoring" and "minoring" by foraging bumblebees, Bombus vagans: An experimental analysis. Ecology 60:245 255.

Waddington, K. D. and B. Heinrich. 1979. The foraging movements of bumblebees on vertical "inflorescences": An experimental analysis. J. Comp. Physiol. 134:113 117.

Heinrich, B. 1979. Thermoregulation of African and European honeybees during foraging, attack, and hive exits and returns. J. Exp. Biol. 80:217 229.

Heinrich, B. 1979. Keeping a cool head: Thermoregulation in honeybees. Science 205:

269 271.

Heinrich, B. 1979. Foraging strategies of caterpillars: Leaf damage and possible predator avoidance strategies. Oecologia 40:325 337.

Heinrich, B. 1980. Mechanisms of body temperature regulation in honeybees, Apis mellifera. I. Regulation of head temperature. J. Exp. Biol. 85:61 67.

Heinrich, B. 1980. Mechanisms of body temperature regulation in honeybees, Apis mellifera. II. Regulation of thoracic temperature at high air temperatures. J. Exp. Biol. 85:73 87.

Heinrich, B. and D. Vogt. 1980. Aggregation and foraging behavior of whirligig beetles (Coleoptera:Gyrinidae). Behav. Ecol. J. Sociobiol. 7:179 186.

Heinrich, B. 1981. The mechanisms and energetics of honeybee swarm temperature regulation. J. Exp. Biol. 91:25 55.

Heinrich, B. 1981. Energetics of honeybee swarm thermoregulation. Science 212:565 566.

Waddington, K. D., T. Allen, and B. Heinrich. 1981. Floral preferences of bumblebees (Bombus edwardsii) in relation to variable vs. constant rewards. Animal Behaviour 29:779 784.

Heinrich, B. 1981. The energetics of pollination. Ann. Miss. Bot. Garden 68:370 378.

Heinrich, B. and S. L. Collins. 1983. Caterpillar leaf damage and the game of hide and seek with birds. Ecology 64:592 602.

Vogt, F. D. and B. Heinrich. 1983. Thoracic temperature variations in the onset of flight in dragonflies (Odonata: Anisoptera). Physiol. Zool. 56:236 241.

Heinrich, B. 1983. Do bumblebees forage optimally, and does it matter? Am. Zool. 23: 273 281.

Heinrich, B. and M. Heinrich. 1983. Size and caste in temperature regulation by bumblebees. Physiol. Zool. 56:552 562.

Heinrich, B. and M. Heinrich. 1983. Torpor in foraging workers and drones of the bumblebee, Bombus terricola. Physiol. Zool. 56:563 567.

Heinrich, B. 1984. Strategies of thermoregulation and foraging in two wasps, Dolichovespula maculata and Vespula vulgaris. J. Comp. Physiol. B. 154:175 180.

Heinrich, B. and M. Heinrich. 1984. The pit trapping foraging strategy of the ant lion, Myrmeleon immaculatus DeGeer (Neuroptera: Myrmeleontidae) Behav. Ecol. & Sociobiol. 14:151 160.

Real, R. G., Ianazzi, R., Kamil, A. C. and B. Heinrich. 1984. Discrimination and generalization of leaf damage by blue jays (Cyanocitta cristata. Animal Learning and Behavior 12:202 208.



Heinrich, B. and T. P. Mommsen. 1985. Flight of winter moths near OC. Science 228: 177 179.

Heinrich, B. 1985. Men vs. Women, Marathoners vs. Ultramarathoners. Ultrarunning Jan.   Feb. 1985.

Heinrich, B. and S. L. Buchmann. 1986. Thermoregulatory physiology of the carpenter bee, Xylocopa varipunctata. J. Comp. Physiol. B 156:557 562.

Heinrich, B. 1986. Thermoregulation and flight activity of the satyr, Coenonympha inornata (Lepidoptera:Satyridae). Ecology 67:593 597.

Heinrich, B. and E. McClain. 1986. "Laziness" and hypothermia as a foraging strategy in lower scarabs (Coleoptera:Scarabaeidae). Physiol. Zool. 59:273 282.

Heinrich B. 1986. Comparative thermoregulation of four montane butterflies of different mass. Physiol. Zool. 59:616 626.

Heinrich, B. 1987. Thermoregulation by winter flying endothermic moths. J. Exp. Biol. 127: 313 332.

Morgan, K. and B. Heinrich. 1987.Temperature regulation in bee  and wasp mimicking syrphid flies. J. Exp. Biol. 133:59 71.

Heinrich, B. 1988. Why do ravens fear their food? Condor 90:950 952.

Kukal, O., B. Heinrich and J. Duman. 1988. Behavioral thermoregulation in the freeze tolerant Arctic caterpillar, Gynaephora groenlandica. J. Exp. Biol. 138:181 193.

Heinrich, B. 1988. Raven tool use? Condor 90:270 271.

Heinrich, B. 1988. Winter foraging at carcasses by three sympatric corvids, with emphasis on recruitment by the raven, Corvus corax. Behav. Ecol. & Sociobiol. 23:141 156.

Heinrich, B. 1989. Beating the heat in obligate insect endotherms: The nonorganismal problem and the organismal solution. Am. Zool. 29:1157 1168.

Heinrich, B. 1990. Is "Reflectance" basking real? J. Exp. Biol. 154:31-43.

Heinrich, B. and J. Marzluff. 1991. Do common ravens yell because they want to attract others? Behav. Ecol. & Sociobiol. 28:13-21.

Esch, H., F. Goller and B. Heinrich. 1991. How do bees shiver? Naturwissenschaften 78:325- 328.

Marzluff, J. and B. Heinrich. 1991. Foraging by common ravens in the presence and absence of territory holders: an experimental analysis of social foraging. Anim. Behav. 42:755-770.

Heinrich, B. 1992. Maple sugaring by red squirrels. J. Mammal. 73:51-54.

Heinrich, B. and J. M. Marzluff. 1992. Age and mouth color in Common Ravens, Corvus corax. Condor 94:549-550.

Heinrich, B. and J. M. and C. S. Marzluff. 1993. Ravens are attracted to the appeasement calls of discoverers when they are attacked at defended food. The Auk 110:247-254.


Heinrich, B, and D. F. Vogt. 1993Abdominal temperature regulation by Arctic

bumblebees.Physiol. Zool. 66:257-269.


Cotterman, V. and B. Heinrich. 1993. A large temporary raven roost. The Auk 110:395.

Heinrich, B., D. Kaye, T. Knight and K. Schaumburg. 1994. Dispersal and association among a "flock" of common ravens, Corvus corax. The Condor 96:545-551.

Heinrich, B. 1994. Dominance and weight-changes in the common raven, Corvus corax. Anim. Behav. 48:1463-1465.

Parker, P. G., F. A. Waite, B. Heinrich & J. M. Marzluff. 1994. Do common ravens share food bonanzas with kin? DNA fingerprinting evidence. Anim. Behav. 48:1085-1093.

Heinrich, B. 1994. When is the common raven black? Wilson Bull. 106(3):571-572.


Heinrich, B. 1994. Does the early bird get (and show) the meat? The Auk 111:764-769.

Heinrich, B. 1995. Neophilia and exploration in juvenile common ravens, Corvus corax. Anim. Behaviour 50:695-704.

Heinrich, B. and R. Bell. 1995. Winter food of a small insectivorous bird, the Golden-crowned Kinglet. Wilson Bulletin 107(3):558-561.

Heinrich, B., J. Marzluff and W. Adams. 1996. Fear and food recognition in naive common ravens. The Auk 112 (2):499-503.

Marzluff, J. M., B. Heinrich and C. S. Marzluff. 1996. Roosts are mobile information centers. Anim. Behaviour 51:89-103.

Heinrich, B. 1995. An experimental investigation of insight in common ravens, Corvus corax. The Auk 112: 994-1003.

Ybarrondo, B.A. and B. Heinrich. 1996. Thermoregulation and response to competition in the African Dung Ball-Rolling Beetle Kheper nigroaeneus (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae). Physiol. Zool 69:35-48.

Vogt, D. F., B. Heinrich, T. O. Dabolt and H. L. McBath. 1994. Ovary development and Colony founding in subarctic and temperate-zone bumblebee queens. Can. J. Zoology 72:1551-1556.


Vogt, D. F., B.Heinrich, and R. C. Plowright. 1998. Ovarial development in bumblebee queens


: The influence of abdominal temperature and food availability. Can. J. Zool. 76: 2026-2030.

Heinrich, B., C.C. Joerg, S.S. Madden and E.W. Sanders Jr. 1997. Black-capped chickadees and

Red-breasted nuthatches weigh sunflower seeds. The Auk 114: 298-299.

Heinrich, B. and J. Pepper. 1998. Influence of competitions on caching behavior in the common raven, Corvus corax. Anim. Behav. 56: 1083-1090.

Boarman, B. & B. Heinrich, 1999. Common Raven (Corcus corax). In: A. Poole and F. Gill. Birds of North America. 476: 1-32.

Heinrich, B. 1999. Sociobiology of ravens: conflict and cooperation. Sitzungberichte der Gesellschaft Naturforschender Freunde zu Berlin 37: 13-22.

Heinrich, B. 1999. Planning to facilitate caching: Possible suet cutting by a common raven.

Wilson Bull. 111: 276-278.

Stahler, D.R., B. Heinrich and D.W. Smith. 2002. The raven’s behavioral association with wolves. Animal Behaviour 64:283-290.

Bugnyar, T. and B. Heinrich. 2003. Hiding in food-caching ravens, Corvus corax.

Rev.Ethol.Suppl.5, 57.

Heinrich, B. 2004.Overnighting of Golden-crowned kinglets in winter.Wilson Bull.115:123-124.

Bugnyar. T., M. Stoewe and B. Heinrich. 2004. Ravens, Corvus corax, follow gaze direction of

humans around obstacles . Proc.R. Soc. Lond. B 271: 1331-1336

Woods, W. A. Jr, B. Heinrich and R.D. Stevenson. 2005. Honeybee flight metabolism: does it

depend upon air temperature? J. Exp. Biol. 208 (6):1161-1173.

Heinrich, B. and T. Bugnyar. 2005. Testing problem solving in ravens: string-pulling to reach food. Ethology 111: 962-976.

Bugnyar. T. and B. Heinrich, 2005. Food-storing ravens, Corvus corax, differentiate between knowledgeable and ignorant competitors . Proc. R. Soc B 272: 1641-1646.

Bugnyar, T. and B. Heinrich. 2006. Pilfering ravens, Corvus corax, adjust their behaviour to social context and identity of competitors. Animal Cognition 9: 369-376.

Bugnyar,T., M. Stoewe and B. Heinrich. 2007. The ontogeny of caching behaviour in ravens, Corvus corax. Animal Behaviour 74: 757-767.

Heinrich, B. and T. Bugnyar. 2007. Just how smart are ravens? Scientific American 296 (4): 64-71.

Stoewe,M., T. Bugnyar, B. Heinrich and K. Kotrschal. 2006. Effect of group size on approach to novel objects in ravens (Corvus corax). Ethology 112: 1079-1088.

Heinrich, B. 2007. The origin of insect thermoregulation. J. Exp. Biol. 210: 177-179.

Bugnyar,T. Schwab,C., Schloegl, Kotrschal,K. and B. Heinrich. 2007. Ravens judge competitors through experience with play-caching. Current Biology17: 1804-1808.

Stoewe, M., T. Bugnyar, C. Schloegl, B. Heinrich, K. Kotrschal and E. Moestl. 2008. Corticosterone excretion patterns and affiliative behavior over development in ravens (Corvus corax). Hormones and Behavior 53: 208-216.

Heinrich, B. 2008. The origin of insect thermoregulation studies. Journal of Experimental Biology Classics, 1923-1953: 35-38.

Heinrich, B. 2011. Conflict, Cooperation and Cognition in the Common Raven. Advances in Study of Behavior Vol. 43: 189-234. Academic Press.

Heinrich, B. 2012. A heretofore unreported instant color change in a beetle, Nicrophorus tomentosus Weber (Coleoptera: Sylphidae). Northeastern Naturalist 19(2): 345-352

Heinrich, B. 2013. Why does a hawk build with green nesting material? Northeastern Naturalist 20(2): 209-218.

Heinrich, B. 2013 Coordinated mass movement of blow fly larvae Diptera: Calliphoridae) Northeastern Naturalist 20(4): N23-N27.

Heinrich, B. 2013. The Biological Basis of Aesthetics and Art. Evolutionary Psychology. www.epjournal.net- 2013, 11(1):1-9.

Heinrich, B. 2014. Redpoll Snow Bathing: Observations and Hypothesis. Northeastern Naturalist 21(4): N45-N52.

Heinrich, B. 2014. American Chestnut Seed Dispersal and Regeneration. Northeastern Naturalist 21(4): 619-629

Heinrich, B. 2014. The Behavior of an Iris Flower. Northeastern Naturalist (subm.).

Heinrich, B. 2015. The Significance of White Feathers-lining in tree Swallow Nests (subm. to Northeastern Naturalist)

Heinrich, B. 2015. Why Does the Sapsucker Drum ? (in prep.)

Heinrich, B. 2015. Biology of an Orb-web Spider (in prep.)

Heinrich, B. 2015. Grouse Snow-denning: a composite strategy. (in prep.)




SEMI-POPULAR AND POPULAR WRITING

Heinrich, B. and G. A. Bartholomew. 1972. Temperature control in flying moths. Sci. Amer. (June) 226:71 77.

Heinrich, B. 1973. The energetics of the bumblebee. Sci. Amer. 228:96 102.

Heinrich, B. 1976. Bumblebee foraging and the economics of sociality. Am. Scientist 64: 384 395.

Heinrich, B. 1977. The exercise physiology of the bumblebee. Am. Sci. 65:455 465.

Heinrich, B. 1977. The game of the bees. Horticulture July 1977:39-45.

Heinrich, B. and G. A. Bartholomew. 1979. The ecology of the African dung beetle. Sci. Amer. 241(5):146 156.

Heinrich, B. 1980. Artful diners. Natural History 86:42 51.

Heinrich, B. 1981. Energetics of honeybee swarm thermoregulation. Sci. Am. 244(6):146 160.

Heinrich, B. (1986) Ravens on my mind. Audubon 88:74 77.

Heinrich, B. (1986) Why is a robin's egg blue? Audubon 88:64 70.

Heinrich, B. (1987) Pacing: The lesson of the frogs. Ultrarunning, July August, pp. 32-33. 32 33.

Heinrich, B. (1987) Capsules for the Cargo of Life. Science Nov./Dec. 56 62.

Heinrich B. 1987. Thermoregulation in winter moths. Sci. Am. 255:104 110.

Heinrich, B. 1988. The Ravens' Feast. Natural History. Feb. 44 51.

Heinrich, B. 1990. The Antifreeze of Bees. Natural History 7:52 58.

Heinrich, B. 1991. Nutcracker Sweets. Natural History 2:4-8.

Heinrich, B. 1991. The Boisterous Feast of The Ravens. Harrowsmith 31:18-22.

Heinrich, B. 1991. From 800 Meters to Ultramarathon. In: International Ultra Training (A. Milroy, ed.) pp. 62-69.

Heinrich, B. 1992. Red Dawn in the Spruce. The Independent (London) 1 April. 1992.

Heinrich, B. 1993. Kinglets' Realm of Cold. Natural History 102:4-9.

Heinrich, B. 1993. Comfort in a hive: heads you're hot, tails you're cold. Natural

History 102(8):53-55.

Heinrich, B. 1993. A Birdbrain Nevermore. Natural History 102(10):50-56.

Heinrich, B. 1993. In The Shallows of The Platte. Orion 12(3):42-47.

Heinrich, B. and H. Esch. 1994. Thermoregulation in Bees. Am. Sci. 82:164-170.

Heinrich, B. 1994. Some like it Cold. Natural History 103(2):42-47.

Heinrich, B. 1994. Of Bedouins, Beetles and Blooms. Natural History 103(5):52-59.

Heinrich, B. 1994. What is Natural? Discover 15(6):40-43.

Heinrich, B. 1995. Insect Thermoregulation. Endeavour 19:28-33.

Heinrich, B. 1995. In Plain Sight. Natural History. 7/95:32-40.

Heinrich, B. 1995. Bumblebee Ecology. Wild Earth. Summer 1995:45-47

Heinrich, B. and Marzluff, J. 1995. How Ravens Share. American Scientist. 83:342-349.

Heinrich, B. 1995. Ravens and the Inaccessible. Orion 14 (4):62-63.

Heinrich, B. 1995. The Keys to Color. Vermont Woodlands. Autumn 1995: 19-21.

Heinrich, B. 1996. When the Bough Bends. Natural History. 2(96):56-57.

Heinrich, B. 1996. How honeybees regulate body temperature. Bee World 77: 130-

137.


Heinrich, B. 1996. Insect Architects: Caddisfly larvae. Wings. Fall 1996. pp. 11-13.

Heinrich, B. 1997. Construction for strength. Vermont Woodlands. Winter, 1997. pp.

16-19.

Heinrich, B. 1997. Winter Moths. Dragonfly Jan./Feb. p. 20-21.



Heinrich, B. 1998. North Woods. Heron Dance. 18: 13-14.

Heinrich, B. 1998. Home Cooking. P.47 In: Eating Between the Lines: A Maine Writers’Cookbook.(ed. P. Doiron).

Heinrich, B. 1998. A talent for killing. Outside. Fall, 1998.

Heinrich, B. 1999. Caddisfly houses and net traps. In: Insect Lives (E. Hoyt & T.

Schultz, eds.)

p. 176-178. John Wiley & Sons. Inc. New York.

Heinrich, B. 2000. Everyone into the Pool. Natural History,109(3):18-19.

Heinrich, B. 2000. Pheobe Diary. Natural History 109(4): 14-15.

Heinrich, B. 2000. The Artistry of Bird Nests .Audubon, 102(5): 24-31.

Heinrich, B. 2001. Endurance Predator. Outside. 25(9): 70-76.

Heinrich, B. 2001. Found Object (Polyphemus Moths). Natural History, 110(3): 26-27.

Heinrich, B. 2001. Whose Woods? Does Maine need a National Park? Northern

Woodlands/summer p.22-29.

Heinrich, B. 2001. O Tannenbaum. Natural History. 110(10): 38-39.

Heinrich, B. 2001. Stretching my Limits. Highlights for Children. November 2001, p.32

Heinrich, B. 2001. Dream Deferred: A 50-mile Road Race. Ultrarunning (Jan. ’01).

Hienrich, B. 2002. Grand Opening. Natural History. 111(1): 26-27.

Heinrich, B. 2002. Contact.pp. 72-81 In: Father Nature:Fathers as Guides to the Natural World (ed. S. Tag) Iowa Univ. Press. Iowa City.

Heinrich, B. 2003. Die Raben: Schwarz, Scheu und Schlitzohrig. Geo Magazine 08/2003:41-56.

Heinrich, B. 2003. Insect Thermoregulation. pp. 1119-1126. In: Encylopedia of



Insects (V. H. Resh and R.T. Cardé eds). Academic Press

Heinrich, B. 2003. The View from my Spruce. P.50 In: On Wilderness Voices From Maine. (P.Austin, D. Bennett and R. Kimber, eds.) Tilbury House Publ. Gardiner, Maine.

Heinrich, B. . Night. In: Ecological Consequences of Artificial Night Light (C. Rich and T. Longcore, eds.)

Heinrich,B. .2003.Of Bees, Birds and Brains. Runners World. October, p.63.

Heinrich, B. 2003.Spring Buds. Northern Woodlands/winter 2003:54-57.

Heinrich, B 2004.. Hibernation. Northern Woodlands

Heinrich,B. 2004. Frogs, Fires and False Alarms. Whole Terrain 2003/2004:10-13.

Heinrich, B. 2005. Corvids: The Crow Family pp. 445-447. In: M. Beckoff (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior. Greenwood Press. Westport, CT..

Heinrich, B. 2005. Adapting to Ravens, pp 52-57. In: Gulls, Ravens and a Vulture: The

Ornithological Paintings of James Wyeth .The Farnsworth Art Museum and

Wyeth Center, Rockland , Maine. J.S. McCarthy, Augusta, ME.

Heinrich, B. 2006. Timing is Everything. Northern Woodlands/autumn 2006:46-48.

Heinrich. B. 2008. The Porcupine’s Palate. Northern Woodlands (in press).

Heinrich, B. 2008. Racing the Antelope. Muse 12 (6) 8-14.

Heinrich, B. 2009. A Logger with four Feet and a Tail.Northern Woodlands/autumn 2009: 38-40.

Heinrich, B. 2010. Which Bird Made That Nest?. Northern Woodlands/winter 2009: 24-29..

Heinrich, B. 2011. Chestnuts and Boundaries. Whole Terrain 18:17-19.

Heinrich, B. 2012. The Tree That Shouldn’t Be. Down East Magazine. September 2012, pp. 56-76.

Heinrich, B. 2013. Joel Babb: The Essence of What Is, p. 174-175 In: C. Little; Nature & Culture: The Art of Joel Babb. Hanover and London, University Press of New England.

Heinrich, B. 2013. Wasp Odyssey. Natural History Magazine. Dec. 2012-Jan. 2013)

Heinrich, B. 2014. Life in the Soil. Natural History Magazine. Nov.14:13-15.

Heinrich, B. 2015. Chickadees. Natural History Magazine. March 2015; 30-35.

EDITORIALS, ABSTRACTS AND ROOK REVIEWS
Heinrich, B. (1972) Foraging energetics of bumblebees. Am. Zool. 12(3):202.

Heinrich, B. (1973) The energy crisis: A biological vantage point. The New York Times, Sunday, November 25.

Heinrich, B. (1974) On bees and flowers. The New York Times, Thursday, February 21.

Heinrich, B. (1974) Lost opportunity? (a letter). Science 184:1131.

Heinrich, B. (1975) The invisible hand loses its grip. Business and Society Review, Winter, No. 12: 30 34.

Heinrich, B. (1976) A letter (reply to article). Business and Society Review, Spring, No. 17: 86 87.



Heinrich, B. and C. F. Sewall (1975) Bee lining. National Geographic School Bulletin 53: 466 469.

Heinrich, B. (1979) "ZZZzzzzz MMMnmmmmm." The New York Times, Friday, May 25.

Heinrich, B. (1979) Social Insects. McGraw Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology, pp. 338 341.

Heinrich, B. (1979) A book review of "Sexual selection and reproductive competition" for Science 205:577 57S.

Heinrich, B. (1980) Bees. McGraw Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, 5th edit.

Eppstein, M. J. and Heinrich, B. (1981) Pit trapping as an optimal foraging strategy by ant lions. Am. Zool. 21(4):995.

Heinrich, B. (1982) What is physiological ecology? Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 63(4):343 344.
Heinrich, B. (1983) Book review of Physiological Ecology (Townsend and Calow, eds.). Bioscience 33:339.

Heinrich, P. (1983) Offering a reward: Feeding from flowers. pp. 20 21. The Collins Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior. P.J.B. Slater (ed.) Collins, London.

Heinrich, B. (1984) A book review of "The Dragon Hunters" by Frank Graham, Jr., New York Times, Oct. 14, 1984.

Heinrich, B. and T. P. Mommsen (1984) Thermal Adaptations of winter moths. Am. Zool. 24, No. 3, p. 8A.

Vogt, F.D. and Heinrich, B. (1984) Thermoregulation and demography of bumblebee colonies. Am. Zool. 24, No. 3, p. 7A.

Heinrich, B. (1985) A letter. Audubon 87:99 100.

Heinrich, B. (1986) A book review of "The Pleasures of Entomology: Portraits of Insects and the People who Study them" by Howard Evans, Orion 5:56 58.

Heinrich, B. (1986) A book review of "Insects and Flowers: The Biology of a Partnership" by Friedrich Barth. Orion 5: 60 61.

Vogt, D. and Heinrich, R. The response of workers to thermal stress in honeybee colony thermoregulation. Am. Zool. 25. No. 4.

Heinrich, B. Thermoregulation 1987 Yearbook of Science and Technology. McGraw Hill. pp. 483 485.

Heinrich, B. (1986) A book review of "Honeybee Ecology" by Thomas Seeley. American Scientist 74:677.

Heinrich, B. (1986) "Bee" in The World Book Encyclopedia vol. B pp. 154 161. Edition 88A.

Heinrich, B. (1987) A book review of "The Machinery of Nature" by Paul Ehrlich. American Scientist 75:641.

Heinrich, B. (1987) Letter on nuclear winter debate. Science 235:831.

Heinrich, B. (1988) Book review: "The Lore of Running" by Tim Noakes Ultrarunning. April. p. 24.

Heinrich, B. (1989) Book review: "The Natural History and Behavior of North American Beewolves" by H. E. Evans and K. M. O'Neill. Am. Sci. 77:288-289.

Heinrich, B. 1991. Book review: The Ways of Coprophiles (Dung Beetle Ecology by I. Hanski and Y. Cambefort) Science:254:873-874.

Heinrich, B. 1991. Letter: "Common Horse Sense." Sci. Am. 265:12.

Heinrich, B. 1992. Book review: Dances with Geese (Here am I - where are you? by Konrad Lorenz with Michael Martys and Angelica Tipler). New York Times Book Reviews. Feb. 16, p. 19.


Heinrich, B. 1993. Book review: Insect Learning: Ecological and Evolutionary Perspectives by D. R. Papaj and A. C. Lewis (eds.) Science 260:705-706.

Heinrich, B. 1993. Book review: Physiological Animal Ecology by G. Louw. American Scientist 2:486.

Heinrich, B. 1996. Book review: Animal Minds, by J. Gould and C.G. Gould. Animal Behaviour.

Heinrich, B. 1996. 2A: What is the citizens’ initiative all about? (Editorial) in Maine Times 29

(3): 5. 31 Oct., 1996.

Heinrich, B. & Esch, H. 1997. Honeybee thermoregulation. Science 276: 1015.

Heinrich, B. 1997. Book review: The Raven, by Derek Ratcliffe. The Auk 115: 267-268.

Heinrich, B. 2000. Book review: The Alex Studies. By Irene Pepperberg. New York Times.

Jan30, p.12.

Heinrich, B. 2000. Letter on brain size. Natural History. 2/00 p.8.

Heinrich, B. 2001. Up close and intimate: How Henry David Thoreau found beauty in the

pulse of life. Los Angeles Times Book Review. July 8

Heinrich, B. 2002. Book review: A Natural History of Bumblebees. By Carol A. Kerns and James D. Thomson. Quarterly Review of Biology. 77:206-207.

Heinrich, B. 2002. The Race to Understand The Outlier. Book review: The Lore of

Running, by T. Noakes. Science 296:51.

Heinrich, B. 2003. New Buzz on the Humble-Bee. Book review of Bumblebee, by David Goulson. . Science 302: 295-306.

Heinrich, B. 2004. Hibernation, Insulation and Caffeination. Op- Ed NYT 31 Jan.

Heinrich, B. 2004. The skinny on aging. American Sci. 92/1:5

Heinrich, B. 2004. In his own world. A book review of Niko’s Nature by Hans Kruuk. New Scientist 24 July 2004 p.54

Heinrich, B. 2004. The Selborne Pioneer: Gilbert White as Naturalist and Scientist, a Re-examination., (Book Review). The Auk 121:270-272.

Heinrich, B. 2005. Book review: Donald e. Kroodsma’s How to Listen to Birds. Scientific American, May 2005:94-96.

Heinrich, B. 2005. Book review: Gordon M. Burghardt’s The Genesis of Animal Play: Testing the Limits. Nature 434:273-274.

Heinrich,B. 2005. Talking to the Animals. Op-Ed NYT 26, August.

Heinrich, B. 2007. Book review of Charlotte Sleigh’s “Six Legs Better: A Cultural History of Myrmecology.” Quart. Rev. of Biology 82 (3): 261.

Heinrich, B. 2009. Book review of Roger Deakin’s “Wildwood: A Journey Through Trees.” The Washington Post Book World. January 4-10.

Heinrich, B. 2010. Book review of Frederick R. Gehlbach’s “The Eastern Screech Owl: Life History, Ecology, and Behavior in the Suburbs and Countryside.” The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 122(1): 202-203.

Heinrich, B. 2010. The Fittest Books on Animal Survival. Wall Street Journal , 23-24 Oct. 2013.

Heinrich, B. 2013. Rejuvenation of Our Forests. NYT op-ed 21 December, 2013.

Heinrich, B. 2013. Book review of Robert E. Page Jr. The Spirit of the Hive: The Mechanisms of Social Evolution. Animal Behaviour 86: 1108.

Heinrich, B. 2015. Book Review xx- Quart. Rev. Biol


BOOK CHAPTERS
Heinrich, B. 1973. Mechanisms of insect thermoregulation. In: W. Weiser (ed.), Effects of Temperature on Ectothermic Organisms. Springer  Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York. pp. 139 150. Heinrich, B. 1975. The role of energetics in bumblebee flower interactions. In: Coevolution of Animals and Plants. L. E. Gilbert and P. H. Raven (eds.), Univ. of Texas Press, Austin and London. pp. 141 158.

Heinrich, B. 1975. Thermoregulation and flight energetics of desert insects. In: N. F. Hadley (ed.), Environmental Physiology of Desert Organisms (a symposium). Dowden, Hutchinson and Ross, Stroudsberg, Pennsylvania.

Heinrich, B. 1977. Pollination energetics: An ecosystem approach. In: W. J. Mattson (ed.), The Role of Arthropods in Forest Ecosystems. Chapter 5, pp. 41 46. Springer Verlag, New York.

Kammer, A. E. and B. Heinrich. 1978. Insect flight metabolism. In: J. W. L. Beament, J. E. Treherne, and V. B. Wigglesworth (eds.), Advances in Insect Physiology 13: 133 228.

Heinrich, B. 1978. The economics of insect sociality. In: J. Krebs and N. Davies (eds.), Behavioral Ecology: An Evolutionary Approach, pp. 97 128. Blackwell, London.

Heinrich, B. 1979. Flexibility of foraging behavior of bumblebees. Proc. IVth International Symposium on Pollination. Md. Agric. Exp. Sta. Misc. Publ. 1: 453 457.

Waddington, K. D. and B. Heinrich. 1980. Patterns of movement and floral choice by foraging bees. p. 215 230 In: Foraging Behavior: Ecological, Ethological and Psychological Approaches. A. C. Kamil and T. D. Sargeant (eds.). Garland, New York (1981).

Heinrich, B. 1981. A historical survey. In: Insect Thermoregulation. B. Heinrich (ed.). John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York.

Heinrich, B. 1981. Ecological and evolutionary perspectives. pp. 236 302. In "Insect Thermoregulation", B. Heinrich (ed). John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York.

Seeley, T. and B. Heinrich 1981. Regulation of temperature in the nests of social insects. pp. 160 234. In: Insect Thermoregulation, B. Heinrich (ed.). John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York.

Jensen, W. A., B. Heinrich, D. B. Wake, and M. H. Wake. 1979. Biology. (Chapters 14 25 by B. Heinrich). Wadsworth Publishing Co., Belmont, CA.

Heinrich, B. 1981. Temperature regulation during locomotion in insects. pp. 391 417. In: Locomotion and Energetics in Arthropods, C. F. Herreid II and C. F. Fortner (eds.). Plenum, New York & London, 1981.

Heinrich, B. 1982. Optimal foraging strategy: I. Flower choice by Bumble Bees. pp. 63 68. In: Insect Behavior (J. R. Mathews and R. W. Mathews, eds.). Westview Press, Boulder Colorado.

Heinrich, B. 1982. Optimal foraging strategy: II. Foraging movements of Bumble Bees. Ibid.

Heinrich, B. 1983. Insect foraging energetics. pp. 187 214. In: Handbook of Experimental PollinatioR Biology, E. C. Jones and R. J. Little (eds.). Van Nostrand Reinhold Co., Inc., New York.

Heinrich, B. 1984. The social physiology of temperature regulation in honeybees. In: Fortschritte der Zoologie, Vol. 31:343 406 B. Hölldobler and M. Lindauer (eds.) G. Fisher Verlag. Stuttgart, New York.

Heinrich, B. 1984. Learning in Invertebrates, in Marler, P. and Terrance, H. S. eds. The Biology of Learning. Dahlem Konferenzen. Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, Tokyo: Springer Verlag, pp. 135 147.

Heinrich, B. 1987. Bumblebee Economics. pp. 369 384. In Hypoxia and Cold (J. R. Sutton and C. Houston and G. Coates, eds.) Praegar Press, New York.

Heinrich, B. 1987. Thermoregulation by individual honeybees. pp. 102 111. In "Neurobiology and Behavior of the Honeybee" R. Menzel and A. Mercer (eds.) Springer Verlag, Heidelberg.


Heinrich, B. 1988. Food sharing reciprocity and communication in the Raven, Corvus corax. pp. 285 311. In "The Ecology of Social Behavior" C. Slabodchikoff (ed.) Academic Press, New York.

Heinrich, B. 1993. How avian predators constrain caterpillar foraging. pp. 224-247. In: Caterpillars: Ecological and Evolutionary Constraints on Foraging (N.E. Stamps and T.M. Casey, Editors). Chapman & Hall, New York, and London.

Heinrich, B. 1994. The color of a bird's egg. pp. 202-213. In: The Nature of Nature. W. H. Shore ed. Harcourt Brace & Co. New York.

Heinrich, B. 2000. Testing Insight in Ravens. In Evolution of Cognition pp. 289-305(C. Heyes and L. Huber, eds.). MIT Press, Boston.

Heinrich, B. 1997. Insect Architects: Caddisfly larvae, pp.1 8-23. In: Streamkeepers: Aquatic Insects as Biomonitors. The Xerces Society. Portland, OR.

Heinrich, B. and R. Smolker. 1998. Play in common ravens (Corvus corax). pp. 27-44. In Animal Play: Evolutionary, Comparative, and Ecological Perspectives (M. Beckoff and J. A. Byers, eds.) Cambridge Univ. Press.

Heinrich, B. 2000. Hopping Mad. In: Smile of a Dolphin. pp98-99. (M. Beckoff, ed.) Discovery

Books, NY..

Boerman, W. I. and Heinrich, B. 2000. The Common Raven. In: The Birds of North America. A. Poole (man. editor). Acad. of Nat. Sciences, Wash., D.C.

Heinrich, B. 2001. “Endurance Predator” In: Best of American Scientific and Nature Writing. (B.Bilger & E.O.Wilson, eds.) Houghton Mifflin Co.

Heinrich, B. and Chavarria, G. 2001. Bumble bee energetics and conservation. pp. 69-84. In:

C. Stubbs and F. Drummond (eds.) Bees and Crop Pollination : Crises, Crossroads, and



Conservation. Thomas Say Publications in Entomological Society: Proceedings.

Lanham, Maryland.

Heinrich, B. 2002. Raven Consciousness: Empirical and Theoretical Perspectives on Animal

Cognition. pp. 46-52. In: The Cognitive Animal. (M. Bekoff, C. Allen & G.M.

Burghardt, eds). MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.

Heinrich, B. 2003. “Contact!” In: Fathering and the Natural World. (P. Piper & S. Tag, eds.).

Iowa Universit

Heinrich, B. 2003. “Thermoregulation” In : Encyclopedia of Insects. (V.H. Resh & R.T.

Carde, eds.) pp.1119-1126. Academic Press.

Heinrich, B. 2003. The View from my Spruce. P.50 In: On Wilderness Voices From Maine.

(P.Austin, D. Bennett and R. Kimber, eds.) Tilbury House Publ. Gardiner, Maine.

Heinrich, B. 2004. Corvids. Pp 445-447. In Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior. M. Bekoff (ed.)

Greenwood Press, Westport, CT and London.

Heinrich, B. 2005. Ravens: Adapting to Ravens. pp.52-57 In: Gulls, Ravens and a Vulture: The Ornitholoical Paintings of James Wyeth . V. K. Woodhull (ed). Farnsworth Art Museum and Wyeth Center, Rock;and. Maine.

Heinrich, B. 2005. The Race. In: Cummings and King (Eds.). Running in the Zone: A Handbook for Seasoned Athletes. Trafford Publishing.

Heinrich, B. 2006. A naturalist’s view of insect flight muscle, in Jim Vigoreaux (Ed) Nature’s

Versatile Engine: Insect Flight Muscle. Landes Bioscience Publ. , Georgetown, Texas

and Springer Science, NY, NY.

Heinrich, B. 2005. Lights in the night. In: Ecological Consequences of Artificial Night Light. C. Rich and T. Longcore (eds).

Heinrich, B. 2008. A Travelling Companion and Adams Hill. Pp.89-98. In McNair, W. (Ed.). A Place Called Maine. Down East Books, East Peoria, Ill.

Heinrich, B. 2008. Introduction to: Nest and Egg, by R. Purcell, L. Hall & R. Corado. Harvard University Press, Cambridge

Heinrich, B. 2009. Animal consciousness: ravens. p .48-50 I: T. Baynes, A. Cleremans & P. Wilkin (Eds.) The Oxford Companion to Consciousness (Oxford University Press).

Heinrich, B. 2010. Introduction. In: Thoreau’s Maine Woods by Dan Tobyne. Down East Books.

Heinrich, B. 2010. Our Edens: Ecological Homes. Pp. 331-336. In: K.D. Moore & M.P. Nelson (eds.). Moral Ground: Ethical Action for a Planet in Peril.. San Antonio, TX : Trinity University Press.

Heinrich, B. 2010. The Fittest Books on Animal Survival. Wall Street Journal. Oct.23-24.

Heinrich, B. 2011 Untangling the Bank, pp. 33-48. In : Michael Canfield (ed). Harvard University Press

Heinrich, B. 2011. Introduction to : The Endurance Paradox, by Thomas Wipple and Robert Eckhardt

Heinrich, B. 2011 Introduction to; Raven Days and dog Nights, by John and Colleen Marzluff

Heinrich, B. 2012. The Future of my Forest. pp50-55. In: Niall Dunn (ed.). A Native Plant Reader. Brooklyn Botanical Garden.

Heinrich, B. 2013. Programmed Behaviour, Learning, and Knowing: Caterpillars to Ravens. In: A. Wesel, R. Menzel and G. Tembroch (eds.). Quo Vadis, Behavioural Biology? Past, Present, and Future of an Evolving Science. Nova Acta Leopoldina 380(111): 369-396.

Heinrich, B. 2015. The Life in the Soil. In: Richardson (ed.) Loving Dirt: Thirty Writers Get Down to Earth
BOOKS
Heinrich, B. 1979. Bumblebee Economics. Harvard Univ. Press, Cambridge, MA. pp. 245.

Heinrich, B. 1981. Insect Thermoregulation. John Wiley & Sons. New York. 329 pp.

Heinrich, B. 1984. In a Patch of Fireweed: A Biologist's Life in the Field. Harvard Univ.

Press., Cambridge, MA. 194 pp.

Heinrich, B. 1987. One Man's Owl. Princeton University Press, Princeton. pp. 224.

Heinrich, B. 1989. Ravens in Winter. Summit Books of Simon & Schuster. New York, N.Y. 379 pp.

Heinrich, B. and A. Calaprice. 1990. An Owl in the House. Little, Brown & Co. Boston and London. pp. 119.

Heinrich, B. 1993. The Hot-blooded Insects: Mechanisms and Evolution of Thermoregulation. 601 pp. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA.

Heinrich, B. 1994. A Year in the Maine Woods. Addison & Wesley, Boston, MA.

Heinrich, B. 1996. The Thermal Warriors. Harvard University Press. pp. 221.

Heinrich, B. 1997. The Trees in my Forest. HarperCollins, N. Y. pp. 237.

Heinrich, B. 1999. Mind of the Raven: Investigations and Adventures with Wolf-Birds

HarperCollins, NY pp. 380.

Heinrich, B. 2001. Racing the Antelope: What Animals Can Teach Us About Running and

Life. (Re-issued as “Why We Run”). HarperCollins, NY. pp 292.

Heinrich, B. 2003. The Winter World: The Ingenuity of Animal Survival. HarperCollins, NY.

pp 347.

Heinrich, B. 2004. The Geese of a Beaver Bog. .HarperCollins, NY. pp. 217.



Heinrich, B. 2007. The Snoring Bird : My Family’s Journey Through a Century of Biology.

HarperCollins, NY, 461pp.

Heinrich, B. 2009. The Summer World. HarperCollins, NY. pp. 253

Heinrich, B. 2010. Nesting Season: Cuckoos, Cuckolds and the Evolution of Monogamy.

Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA. pp. 337.

Heinrich, B. 2012. Life Everlasting: The Animal Way of Death. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Boston. 236 pp.

Heinrich, B. 2014. The Homing Instinct: Meaning and Mystery in Animal Migration. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. pp. 352.

Heinrich, B. 2015. Getting to Know a Starling: One Wild Bird at a Time (in press.) Houghton Mifflin Harcourt






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