Recent Publications (see my CV for more):

Carter, E.C., M. J. Ravesi, B. C. Eads, B. A. Kingsbury. In press. Invasive plant management creates ecological traps for snakes. Biological Invasions DOI 10.1007/s10530-016-1289-9.

Kingsbury, B. A., and N. J. Robinson. 2016. Movement patterns and telemetry. In: Reptile Ecology and Conservation: A Handbook of Techniques, C. K. Dodd, ed. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

Ravesi, M. J., Tetzlaff, S. J., M. C. B. A. Kingsbury. 2016. Detection of Snake Fungal Disease from a Lampropeltis triangulum (Eastern Milksnake) in Northern Michigan. Northeastern Naturalist 23: N18-21. doi:

Ravesi, M., Tetzlaff, S, B. Kingsbury. 2016. Sistrurus catenatus (Massasauga) Diet. Herpetological Review 47: 153-54.

Tetzlaff, S, Ravesi, M., B. Kingsbury. 2016. Sistrurus catenatus (Massasauga) Activity Range Lengths. Herpetological Review 47: 154-5.

Ravesi, M., Forzley, M., Tetzlaff, S, B. Kingsbury. 2015. Sistrurus catenatus (Massasauga) Diet. Herpetological Review 46: 453-454.

Ravesi, M., Tetzlaff, S. J., B. Kingsbury. 2015. Sistrurus catenatus (Massasauga) Diet. Herpetological Review 46: 454.

Carter, E.C., B. C. Eads, M. J. Ravesi, B. A. Kingsbury. 2015. Exotic invasive plants alter thermal regimes: implications for management using a case study of a native ectotherm. Functional Ecology 29: 683-693.

Roe, J. H., M. R. Frank, B. A. Kingsbury. 2015. Altering captive-rearing practices improves success of success of snake reintroductions. Herpetological Conservation and Biology. 10: 711-722.

Sasha Tetzlaff, Michael Ravesi, Jenna Parker, Michael Forzley, Bruce Kingsbury. 2015. Feeding and breeding: a northern population of Massasauga Rattlesnakes, Sistrurus catenatus (Rafinesque 1818), continues to hunt during the mating season. Herpetology Notes 8: 277-280.

Tetzlaff, S. J., M. Allender, M. Ravesi, J. Smith, B. Kingsbury. 2015. First report of snake fungal disease from Michigan, USA involving Massasaugas, Sistrurus catenatus (Rafinesque 1818). Herpetology Notes 8, 31-33.

Tetzlaff, S.J., Ravesi, M.J., Kingsbury, B.A. 2014. Sistrurus catenatus catenatus (Eastern Massasauga) Diet. Herpetological Review 45(4): 712-713.

Carter, E. T., O. Attum, B. C. Eads, A. S. Hoffman and B. A. Kingsbury. 2014. Reducing the potential for human-snake encounters in a recreational park. Human-Wildlife Interactions 8(2): 158-167.