Triple PhD Graduations for the ABG Congratulations to Dr Nicole Butler, Dr Andrea Narvaez and Dr Jose Ramos.
Studies have shown that numerous species eavesdrop on the calls of heterospecifics to gain information about predator presence. Responding to
Many vertebrates use vocalizations to communicate about the presence of predators, and some encode information about predator type or behaviour.
Thesis submissions December 2016 | Nicole Butler became the first ABG student to submit a PhD thesis: Comparing the Anti-Predator
ABG students discuss their PhD projects with Robyn Williams on the Science Show with Robyn Williams: September 2012 : Nicole Butler
Thanks to the Holsworth Wildlife Research Endowment for awarding $3000 to support Nicky’s project: Anti‐predator behaviour in the zebra finch: communicating