Behavioural Ecology Group
The Behavioural Ecology Group (BHE) studies the causes and consequences of animal behaviour with a focus on social contexts. We provide education in Behavioural Ecology and Applied Animal Behaviour.
Our research focuses on:
• Behavioural Ecology
• Applied Animal Behaviour
• Behaviour of Companion Animals
Male plumage colouration predicts female reproductive investment and nestling survival in a colour dimorphic tropical songbirdAvian Biology Research (2023). - ISSN 1758-1559
The social role of song in wild zebra finchesCurrent Biology 33 (2023)2. - ISSN 0960-9822 - p. 372 - 380.e3.
Which plumage patches provide information about condition and success in a female fairy-wren?Behavioral Ecology 34 (2023)1. - ISSN 1045-2249 - p. 50 - 62.
Properties of Foods That Impact Appetite Regulation in CatsFrontiers in Animal Science 3 (2022). - ISSN 2673-6225 - 12 p.
Jumping out of trouble: evidence for a cognitive map in guppies (Poecilia reticulata)Behavioral Ecology 33 (2022)6. - ISSN 1045-2249 - p. 1161 - 1169.