My research poster from an animal behaviour conference in Bonn

I have spent the last few days in Bonn, the home of Haribo and former capital city of West Germany, for the annual meeting of the German Animal Behaviour Society (Ethologische Gesellschaft).

I think all who attended the meeting agreed it was a huge success. It was fantastic to spend a few days talking with other behavioural ecologists about their work and also to be able to discuss my own work with other like-minded people. Whenever I attend meetings like this I always come away with a renewed enthusiasm for what I do and with new ideas buzzing around my head for potential future research projects.

This time I did not give a talk myself, but I did present a poster showing the results of my recent work on the Lombard effect in canaries. I will write a full blog post about this soon but for those who might be interested in the poster I thought I would post it here. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask!

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My poster from Etho 2017. A meeting of the Ethologische Gesellschaft in Bonn.

A high-definition PDF version is available here

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2 thoughts on “My research poster from an animal behaviour conference in Bonn

    1. Nope, canaries! I tried zebra finches first but they weren’t very cooperative! Canaries were great to work with because they sang all the time and have really long songs with multiple syllable types. It made getting a good number of recordings and a good sample size quite easy.

      And thanks! I like the new layout too 🙂

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