Check out this new parasitized crab study by researchers at East Carolina University, including the Animal Behavior Grad Group’s own Christofer Brothers!
Newsroom: Fish of a Feather, School Together—Understanding how group membership affects behavior in stickleback fish
Read all about exciting new fish personality research conducted by UC Davis scientists, including the Ethogram’s own Amelia Munson!
Newsroom: New article in The Conversation
Check out this new article on fish species consuming plastic written by Alex McInturf (our former editor-in-chief)!
Newsroom: Sleeping Under the Midnight Sun
Check out this week’s newsroom, featuring a recent study on the effect of sleep loss on an arctic-breeding songbird!
Newsroom: Seeing is believing for Chickadees
Check out this week’s newsroom, featuring a recent study on Black-capped Chickadee behavior conducted by researchers at the University of Alberta!
Newsroom: Total Umwelten, Signalling and Shared Meaning in Animal Social Groups
Check out this week’s newsroom, featuring zoologist Amelia Lewis and her paper that builds on the concept of the ‘Total Umwelt’ to discuss shared meaning and social signalling in animal social groups!
Newsroom: In-air hearing in walruses
Check out this week’s newsroom on a study that was conducted by scientists at the University of California, Santa Cruz and Oceans Initiative in Seattle, WA, in collaboration with animal care specialists at Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium in Tacoma, WA and Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo, CA.
Newsroom: Pair-living limpets
The love lives of lone limpets may be lackluster, but limpets in pairs are luckier in love. A new study conducted by researchers at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute and the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa revealed that lowly limpets have fascinating mating behavior!
Newsroom: Does what’s On the Inside Count?
Check out the latest research coming from the Animal Behavior Graduate Group at UC Davis!
Newsroom: Titi Vocal Individuality
Check out our newest newsroom piece, featuring Allison Lau and her recent publication on titi monkey vocal individuality!