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(English) AFO Afield – June 2017 issue
Published: junho 19, 2017 by Jennifer SmithDesculpe-nos, mas este texto esta apenas disponível em Inglês Americano.Continue reading »
Maggie MacPherson’s poster at SICB 2017
Published: janeiro 11, 2017 by Alex JahnMaggie MacPherson presented a poster on the evolution of migrationof Tyrannus flycatchers at this year’s Meeting of the Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology, January 4-8, 2017, New Orleans, Louisiana,…Continue reading »
(English) Membership Renewal Changes
Published: novembro 2, 2016 by Matthew ShumarDesculpe-nos, mas este texto esta apenas disponível em Inglês Americano.Continue reading »
Diego Tuero’s poster at ISBE2016
Published: agosto 23, 2016 by Alex JahnOur colleague from the Universidad de Buenos Aires, Diego Tuero, presented the following poster on sexual selection in Fork-tailed Flycatchers (Tyrannus savana) at the 16th Congress of the International Society…Continue reading »
Poster presentations at NAOC2016
Published: agosto 20, 2016 by Alex JahnFrom 17 to 20 August 2016, several of us participated in the sixth North American Ornithological Conference (http://naoc2016.cvent.com), held in Washington DC. Three of the posters we presented on various…Continue reading »
(English) AFO Afield August 2016
Published: agosto 9, 2016 by Jennifer SmithDesculpe-nos, mas este texto esta apenas disponível em Inglês Americano.Continue reading »
What is the relationship between climate and flycatcher migration?
Published: maio 16, 2016 by Alex JahnHow climate affects the timing of bird migration is a key question in the study of migratory bird ecology. One of our colleagues, Maggie MacPherson, a PhD candidate at Tulane…Continue reading »
Vichada, Colombia 2016
Published: maio 6, 2016 by Alex JahnOver the last several weeks, migratory Fork-tailed Flycatchers (Tyrannus s. savana) have been migrating from their breeding grounds in southern and central South America to northern South America, where they…Continue reading »
Flycatcher migration in Tucumán
Published: março 2, 2016 by Alex JahnLast week, one of our collaborators, Emanuel Pérez Bogado, a graduate student in Patricia Capllonch’s lab at the Universidad Nacional de Tucumán, Argentina, saw flocks migrating Fork-tailed Flycatchers in northern…Continue reading »
Mato Grosso do Sul 2016
Published: fevereiro 29, 2016 by Alex JahnLight-level geolocator data from Fork-tailed Flycatchers (Tyrannus s. savana) breeding in central Brazil indicate that some flycatchers spend a month (late January to mid-February) in southwestern Brazil, before migrating to…Continue reading »
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