See my Google Scholar profile for most of my publications. Email me for reprint requests. Below I list some of my non-peer-reviewed contributions and a few papers that aren't included on Google Scholar.
Greeney, H.F., B. Suson, R.A. Gelis, B. Freeman, & E.T. Miller. 2011. The nest and eggs of Yellow throated Bush-Tanager Chlorospingus flavigularis. Cotinga 33:83-84.
Gelis, R.A., H.F. Greeney, & E.T. Miller. 2009. Further observations of nesting Slaty Becard Pachyramphus spodiurus. Cotinga 31: 132-134.
Greeney, H.F., M. Jipa, W.S. Gibson, P.A. Gordon, B. Suson, E.T. Miller, C.E. Gordon, & R.A. Gelis. 2011. The nest and eggs of Black-capped Hemispingus (Hemispingus atropileus) in Eastern Ecuador. Kempffiana 7:34-38.
The Internet Bird Collection
An online repository for sharing code, version control, bug tracking, etc. I contribute to a variety of repositories, which can be found on my profile.
I am an infrequent contributor to this wonderful, free, online repository of bird songs. My profile can be seen here. Hopefully I can find a moment soon to deal with my audio backlog and send it off to this great resource.
I am an occasional contributor of natural history videos to this page, associated with the Handbook of the the Birds of the World. Check out my profile and videos if you're interested.
I am a frequent contributor to the phenomenal citizen science effort that is eBird.
I wrote the account for the Henna-hooded Foliage-Gleaner in the rapidly growing, online repository of natural history information, sponsored by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
I worked with the keen staff of the Network of Conservation Educators and Practitioners to publish a undergraduate learning and teaching module focused on the conservation of Ecuadorian birds.