About Us


Teru YUTA,

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e-mail: yuta(a)yamashina.or.jp (Please replace (a) with @)

After graduating from the University of Vermont, I worked as a project assistant for YIO in restoration of a short-tailed albatross colony and became interested in bird studies. At Hokkaido University, I have studied reproductive and behavioral ecology (extra-pair paternity) of Japanese great tits (Parus minor) using nest boxes. At Niigata University, I was mainly studying conservational ecology of the reintroduced crested ibis (Nipponia nippon) in Sado, Japan. Currently at YIO, I am working on new fields of research such as bird migration and ecology of seabirds.

2001-2005 Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, The University of Vermont, BS
2008-2010Graduate School of Environmental Science, Hokkaido University, MA
2010-2013Graduate School of Environmental Science, Hokkaido University, PhD
Research Experience and main subject species
2005-2006Research assistant
Ogasawara Marine Center - Green sea turtle, Humpback whale
2007Project assistant
Yamashina Institute for Ornithology - Black-footed albatross
2008-2015Student & postdoc. Researcher
Hokkaido University, Grad. School of Env. Science - Japanese great tit, Tits
2015-2018Project research assistant
Niigata University, Center for Toki and Ecological Restoration - Crested ibis
Yamashina Institute for Ornithology, Division of Avian Conservation - Birds
Yamashina Institute for Ornithology.
Papers and Reports

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