PS 59
Behavior: Foraging And Diet

Thursday, August 8, 2013: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall B, Minneapolis Convention Center
 Pollen consumption in ants: a widespread phenomenon?
Adam R. Cembrowski, University of Toronto; Gennifer Reurink, University of Toronto; Megan E. Frederickson, University of Toronto
 Too hot to trot? Pika survival in a time of global change
Johanna Varner, University of Utah; M. Denise Dearing, University of Utah
 Seasonal changes in the daily energy budgets of migratory geese at a spring stopover site estimated from telemetry data
Magda Ewa Chudzinska, Aarhus University; Jacob Nabe-Nielsen, Aarhus University; Bart A. Nolet, NIOO-KNAW; Jesper Madsen, Aarhus University
 Forage-selection and dietary quality of moose in northeastern Minnesota
John L. Berini, University of Minnesota; James D. Forester, University of Minnesota; David Fox, University of Minnesota
 Identifying tree attributes selected for foraging by Magellanic woodpeckers (Campephilus magellanicus) in the Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve
Gerardo E. Soto, Universidad de Santiago de Chile; Marlene E. Lizama, Universidad de Santiago de Chile; Pablo M. Vergara, Universidad de Santiago de Chile; Ricardo Rozzi, University of North Texas (UNT); Jaime E. Jiménez, University of North Texas (UNT)
 Rodent seed consumption influences Ozark glade restoration success
Cassandra Galluppi, Washington University in St. Louis; Holly Bernardo, Washington University in St. Louis; Tiffany M. Knight, Washington University in St. Louis
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