PS 65 - Latebreaking: Behavior

Friday, August 11, 2017: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall, Oregon Convention Center
 Effects of supplemental feeding on nesting success of Eastern Bluebirds, Sialia sialis
Danielle C. Perryman, Oklahoma State University; Meelyn M. Pandit, Oklahoma State University; Jennifer L. Grindstaff, Oklahoma State University
 Can functional traits of birds explain their divergent patterns of altitudinal migration?
Pei-Yu Tsai, Academia Sinica; Ya-Jung Lu, Academia Sinica; Chie-jen Ko, Taiwan Endemic Species Research Institute; Mao-Ning Tuanmu, Academia Sinica
 Deconstructing the landscape of fear in stable multi-species societies
Ari Martinez, San Francisco State University; Eliseo Parra, San Francsico State University; Luis Fernando Collado, Colka Raptors; Vance T. Vredenburg, San Francisco State University
 The master of camouflage and risk, measuring giving-up densities of the giant Pacific octopus (Enteroctopus dofleini), in the intertidal of Prince William Sound, Alaska
Stephanie Chancellor, University of Illinois at Chicago; David Scheel, Alaska Pacific University; Joel, S. Brown, University of Illinois at Chicago
 Range-wide migratory movements of North American tree bats inferred from stable isotopes
Caitlin J. Campbell, Frostburg State University; Matthew C. Fitzpatrick, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science; David M. Nelson, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
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