Cameron J. Fiss


I'm a postdoctoral researcher in the Kitzes lab at the University of Pittsburgh. I am particularly interested in uncovering relationships between wildlife and forests from local to regional levels.  My research is often geared towards application and/or improvement of management within forest systems for wildlife. Much of my recent work involves evaluating forest bird ecology using cutting-edge quantitative methods.


PhD - SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry 2023

MSc - Indiana University of Pennsylvania 2018

BS - Indiana University of Pennsylvania 2014



Golden-winged Warbler Post-fledging Ecology

Wood Thrush response to dynamic forest management

Avian community response to dynamic forest management

Wood Thrush Breeding Ecology

Abundance estimation with autonomous recording units

Natural History