Cameron J. Fiss


I am a postdoctoral researcher in the Kitzes lab at the University of Pittsburgh. I'm particularly interested in uncovering relationships between wildlife and forests from local to regional levels.  My research is often geared towards application 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