Henger CS , Hargous E, Nagy CM, Weckel M, Wultsch C, Krampis K, Duncan N, Gormezano L, Munshi-South J. 2022. DNA metabarcoding reveals that coyotes in New York City consume wide variety of native prey species and human food. PeerJ 10: e13788. PDF

Plimpton LD, Henger CS, Munshi-South J, Tufts D, Kross S, Diuk-Wasser M. 2021. Use of molecular scatology to assess the diet of feral cats living in urban colonies. Journal of Urban Ecology 7: 1-12. PDF

Duncan N, Asher O, Weckel M, Nagy C, Henger C, Yau F, and Gormezano L. 2020. Baseline diet of an urban carnivore on an expanding range front. Journal of Urban Ecology 6: 1-6.PDF

Henger CS, Herrera GA, Nagy CM, Weckel ME, Gormezano LJ, Wultsch C, Munshi-South J. 2019. Genetic diversity and relatedness of a recently established population of eastern coyotes (Canis latrans) in New York City. Urban Ecosystems 23: 319-330.PDF

Manzolillo BR, Henger CS, Graham T, Hall N, Toomey AH. 2019. Are coyotes “natural”? Differences in perceptions of coyotes among urban and suburban park users. Cities and the Environment (CATE) 12: 1-18.PDF

Alexandra L. DeCandia, Carol S. Henger, Amelia Krause, Linda J. Gormezano, Mark Weckel, Christopher Nagy, Jason Munshi-South, and Bridgett M. vonHoldt (2019). Genetics of urban colonization: neutral and adaptive variation in coyotes (Canis latrans)inhabiting the New York metropolitan area. Urban Ecology 5: 1-12. PDF

Yasukawa, K., Lindsey-Robbins J., Henger C.S., Hauber, M.E. (2016). Antiparasitic behaviors of Red-winged Blackbirds in response to simulated Brown-headed Cowbirds: further tests of the frontloaded parasite-defense hypothesis. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 128: 475-486. PDF

Henger, C. S.and Hauber, M. E. (2014). Variation in antiparasitic behaviors of Red-winged Blackbirds in response to simulated Brown-headed Cowbirds. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 126: 488-499. PDF

Henger, C. S., Wallace, S. B., and Hauber, M. E. Comparison of two field data collection methods in recording avian behavior. The Kingbird 62: 197-288. PDF