Acoustic communication in birds

A pair of Magpie-larks in duet


Most of my students study acoustic communication in birds.

We study acoustic communication in birds, particularly communication about danger and vocal mimicry. We study alarm calls, song, eavesdropping on other species, and communication between parents and their young. Please see my web site for details on these projects. I am also open to other projects in behavioural ecology, including in co-supervising projects on other taxa.

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