Dianne Brunton and her PhD students were invited to submit papers to a special issue for the journal Frontiers in Behavioural and Evolutionary Ecology. This issue is on female song: fitness costs and benefits. They were also invited to join a special symposium of the same topic at the Behaviour 2015 conference in Cairns, Australia.… Read More

Dianne Brunton and Michelle Roper attended a conference for the Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour (ASSAB) in Katoomba, Australia. Dianne gave a 3 minute speed talk on her research on scent in parrots. Michelle presented a poster on her preliminary results on the development of female song in the NZ bellbird. Dianne… Read More