Buehler, D. M. Spotlight: Storms Surges and Shorebirds. Posted on 1 Nov 2018.  Published in Wader Study 125(3): 162-163.

Buehler, D. M. Spotlight: An Abundance of Shorebirds in Panama. Posted on 1 Nov 2018.  Published in Wader Study 125(2): 80-82.

Buehler, D. M. Spotlight: Shorebirds bending gender roles. Posted on 3 May 2018.  Published in Wader Study 125(1): 4-6.

Buehler, D. M. Spotlight: Stopovers as ‘pre- and post-natal support’ for migrants. Posted on 30 Jan 2018.  Published in Wader Study 124(3): 172-174.

Buehler, D. M. Spotlight: Spotlight: Not a spoon, but maybe a hammer, filter, or microphone Posted on 21 Aug 2017.  Published in Wader Study 124(2): 91-92.

Buehler, D. M. Spotlight: Spotlight: A tale of two study sites with increasing shorebird numbers Posted on 24 Apr 2017.  Published in Wader Study 124(1): 3-4.

Buehler, D. M. Spotlight: Molecular Scatology – PCR on poo reveals wader diets Posted on 7 Jan 2017.  Published in Wader Study 123(3): 175-176.

Buehler, D. M. Spotlight: Cessation? Intensification? Maybe moderation? What is best for farmland waders? Posted on 6 Sep 2016.  Published in Wader Study123(2): 84-85.

Buehler, D. M. Spotlight: Assessing hunting policy for multi-citizenship birds. Posted on 20 Apr 2016.  Published in Wader Study 123(1): 4-5.

Buehler, D. M. 2015. Book Review of “The narrow edge. A tiny bird, an ancient crab and an epic journey”. Published in Ardea 103(1): 191-192. PDF

Buehler, D. M. Spotlight: Curiosity-driven conservation across continents. Posted on 7 Dec 2015.  Published in Wader Study 122(3): 171-172.

Buehler, D. M. Spotlight: Geolocators like “baby monitors” to study breeding behaviour. Posted on 6 Sep 2015.  Published in Wader Study 122(2): 87-88.

Buehler, D. M. Spotlight: Godwits adjust to climate change – humans must too. Posted on 9 Jul 2015.  Published in Wader Study 122(1): 3–4.

Buehler, D. M. Toronto’s Winter Waterfowl. Guest post for Tommy Thompson Park Bird Research Station. Posted on 18 Mar 2015

Buehler, D. M. Spotlight: Crab Plovers are childcare innovators. First in a new series for the International Wader Study Group. Posted on 15 Mar 2015

Buehler, D. M. My first Christmas Bird Count brings wonders on the waterfront and in the “wasteland”. Guest post at Birds and Words. Posted 18 Jan 2015.

Buehler, D. M. Urban nature and releasing perfectionism. Intersections Blog, University of Toronto Family Care Office. Posted on 30 Oct 2014. Published in print in the Toronto Field Naturalist 611, April 2015 page 13.

Buehler, D. M. ‘Off the Clock’ with Debbie Buehler. University of Toronto HR and Equity. Posted on 28 Aug 2014.

Buehler, D. M. Strong evidence on neonics demands action despite ongoing debate. Ontario Nature Blog. Posted on 1 Aug 2014.

Buehler, D. M. The Literary Archaeologist. EDGE Magazine, Research and Innovation at the University of Toronto, Summer 2014, Vol. 16, No. 2.

Buehler, D. M. Wild City. A regular column for the parenting blog Bunch, meant to inspire parents and their children to reconnect with nature in the city.

Buehler, D. M. Women’s contribution to science goes unheard. The Conversation UK. Posted on 26 June 2013.

Buehler, D. M., and A. I. Castillo. 2010. Mutual Respect: An Example of Local Guide and Ornithologist Cooperation in the Republic of Panama, Pages 40-46 in S. Tidemann, and A. Gosler, eds. Ethno-ornithology: Birds, Indigenous Peoples, Culture and Society. London, Earthscan. Google Book excerpt.

Buehler, D. M. A Bridge between Canada and the Netherlands. Hague/Amsterdam/Rotterdam Times. 12 May 2006

Buehler, D. M. A question of WHY. Hague/Amsterdam/Rotterdam Times. 11 August 2006

Buehler, D. M. Roof-top perch is a rail travel adventure. The Toronto Star. 29 January 2004

Buehler, D. M. Lose Your Heart in Panama. The Toronto Star. 4 October 2003

Buehler, D. M. published seven bird species profiles between 1998 and 2007 to help educate the public about bird collisions with buildings in Toronto as a guest writer for FLAP (the Fatal Light Awareness Program)

Random musings about life depicted in words and pictures can be found on my blog.