Behaviour 2013 was the joint 33rd meeting of the International Council of Ethologists and the Association For The Study of Animal Behaviour. It was attended by six members of the Healy lab, all of whom presented posters or gave talks.
Maria Tello Ramos-Poster: “Sequence learning and traplining in hummingbirds.”
Ida Bailey– Talk and session chair: “Nest building materials: birds pick the right stuff.” Avian cognition and neuroscience session.
Lauren Guillette– Talk: “Do zebra finches copy?” Social Learning session.
Zac Hall– Talk: “Nest construction in birds: Building the neural circuits.” Brain size, cognition and evolution session.
Sue Healy-Talk and symposium organiser/ chair: “Using nest building in birds to examine the basis of physical cognition.” Avian cognition symposium.
David Pritchard– Poster: “Landmark Learning in Wild Rufous Hummingbirds Selasphorous rufus“