Congrats to Ayala Berger and Katie Johnson for winning awards from the Animal Behavior Society to support their research: Ayala to study hearing, and Katie to study song learning. Also congratulations to Krista Le Piane for receiving an NSF GRFP award to support her while she studies owl flight!
We have a paper on the sedentary subspecies of Allen's Hummingbird and its range expansion in Southern California. Paper is in press at The Condor: Ornithological Applications
We learned a few days ago that the NSF (Animal Behavior) wants to fund our project "Admixture mapping of a hybrid zone to test Tinbergen's emancipation hypothesis" Co-PIs are Alan Brelsford (UCR) and Kevin Burns (SDSU). Thank you NSF, and we are so excited to do this project!
Our new review on Locomotion-induced sounds is finally out, published in SHAR (Springer Handbook of Acoustics Research).
Ayala Berger will be joining our lab through the UCR EEOB graduate program this fall. She did her undergraduate with Gail Patricelli at UC Davis. Welcome Ayala!
We have a new paper in press, on Broadbills (Smithornis).
It comes out on Mar 30 in the Journal of Experimental Biology. New
videos have been posted to youtube (Gallery)