soragreen sea turtle pic
Sora, Tamora WPA, Seward CO, NE, 15 Aug 2008Green Sea Turtle at Hol Chan Marine Preserve, Belize

Joseph Gubanyi, Ph.D.
Professor of Biology
Concordia University
800 North Columbia
Seward, NE 68434
(402) 643-7316
Joseph.Gubanyi@cune.edu

Publications:

Mollhoff, W., J. Gubanyi, and M. Brogie. 2008. FIRST REPORT OF ASH-THROATED FLYCATCHER (Myiarchus     cinerascens) BREEDING IN THE NEBRASKA PANHANDLE REGION. Nebraska Bird Review 76:32-37. (pdf)

 

Gubanyi J., J. Savidge, S. Hygnstrom, K. VerCauteren, G. Garabrand, and S. Korte. 2008. Deer Impact on Vegetation in Natural Areas in Southeastern Nebraska. Natural Areas Journal 28:121-129. (pdf)

 

Huebschman, J., P. W. Freeman, H. H. Genoways, and J. A. Gubanyi. 2004.Observations on Small Mammals Recovered from Owl Pellets in Nebraska. The Prairie Naturalist 32:209-215. (pdf)

 

Coyote Food Habits at Desoto National Wildlife Refuge, J. J. Huebschman, S. E. Hyngstrom, and J. A. Gubanyi. 1997. The Prairie Naturalist 29:99-109.

 

Gubanyi, J. A., R. M. Case and R. Loch. The Barn Owl - Silent Master of the Night. Nebraskaland, Vol 75, No. 8, October, 1995.

 

Gubanyi, J. A., R. M. Case and G. Wingfield. 1992. Diet and nesting success of barn owls breeding in western Nebraska. American Midland Naturalist 127:224-232. (pdf)

 

Photograph: Pictorial Highlights: Broad-tailed hummingbird in Seward County, Nebraska. 1991. American Birds 45: 174.

 

Geographic Distribution: Arizona elegans. 1990. Herpetological Review 21(2):100.

 

Dissertation: Effects of High Deer Densities on Forests in Eastern Nebraska, 2001. University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE.

 

Thesis: Habitat Use and Diet Analysis of Breeding Common Barn-owls in Western Nebraska , 1989. University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE.