Gábor ÓNODI (woodpecker research)

IEB Department of Terrestrial Ecology
onodi.dendrocopos [at] ecolres.hu
+36 28 360-122, 360-147 / 138
+36 20 416 5183
Brief description of the main scopes: 

Habitat use of woodpecker and other forest bird species in:
- riparian forests, with special considerations on invasive tree species, such as green ash (Fraxinus pennsylvanica) and box elder (Acer negundo),
- hill oak woodlands,
- forest stepp remnants and monocultural plantations.

Woodpecker urban ecology.

Main profile in keywords: 
woodpeckers, forest bird species, habitat use, riparian forests, invasive tree species, conservation biology
Selected publications:

2021

Ónodi Gábor (woodpecker research), Botta-Dukát Zoltán, Winkler Dániel & Rédei Tamás (2021): Endangered lowland oak forest steppe remnants keep unique bird species richness in Central Hungary Journal of Forestry Research, 2021. Online first

2020

Aszalós, R., Szigeti, V., Harmos, K., Csernák, Sz., Frank, T., Ónodi G. (2020): Foraging activity of woodpeckers on various forms of artificially created deadwood ACTA ORNITHOLOGICA 55 (1): pp. 63-76

2016.

Ónodi Gábor (szül.:Szolnok, 1987.11.01. & Winkler D. (2016.): Nest site characteristics of the Great-spotted Woodpecker in a bottomland riparian forest in the presence of invasive tree species. Ornis Hungarica 24(1): 81–95.
Ónodi Gábor (szül.:Szolnok, 1987.11.01.) (2016.): AZ IDEGENHONOS, ILLETVE INVÁZIÓS FAFAJOK ÉLŐHELYFORMÁLÓ HATÁSAI Erdészettudományi Közlemények 6(2): 101-113.