Thrilled to have been invited to give a keynote talk at the annual Association for Young Social Learning Researchers (soon to be Association for Early-career Social Learning Researchers - good call!) in June 2018.
Spreading the word yet again about my research on zebra finch nest construction to my colleagues in the School of Biology at the annual postgraduate conference.
Thoroughly enjoyed giving a talk (and hearing others!) at the 4th Annual Institute for Behavioural and Neural Sciences (IBANS). A great venue for early career researchers across multiple disciplines to get together and discuss their work.
Just back from a brilliant 5 days at the Archbold Biological Station in Florida. Here, I was reunited with Corina Logan to scout for Boat-tailed grackles, but also made some new friends, the most memorable of which was this handsome (avian) chap below whom belongs to the endemic Florida scrub jay population.
Thrilled to have received the Ron Weisman Outstanding Student Presentation award at the 24th International Conference on Comparative Cognition in Melbourne Beach, Florida, where Sue Healy, Lauren Guillette and myself attended and all presented talks. My talk was titled Effects of Early-life Experience and Social Environment on Material Choice in Nest-building birds.