Unfortunately, our long tradition of ornithological colloquies was also paused due to the pandemic, but we are very happy that we can continue these talksfor the winter, albeit for now in a virtual format.
NEW: On Wednesdays, from 1:30 - 2:30 pm.
Please order the Zoom-links at our registry.
03.11.2021 Petra Quillfeldt Justus Liebig Universität Gießen
The small pelagics: Ecology of prions and storm-petrels
17.11.2021 Barbara Helm University of Groningen (The Netherlands) & Schweizerische Vogelwarte
The right timing? Avian clocks meet changing environments
01.12.2021 Reto Burri Schweizerische Vogelwarte Sempach (Schweiz)
Genomics of hybridization, speciation, and phenotypic evolution in wheatears (genus Oenanthe)
15.12.2021 Rebecca Safran University of Colorado, Boulder (US)
The role of adaptation in phenotype divergence and speciation: an integrative and comparative perspective
12.01.2022 Robert Rollins LMU Munich (Germany)
Out of Asia? The complex evolutionary history of Eurasian Lyme borreliosis spirochetes and the role of host and vector adaptation
26.01.2022 Mark Hauber University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (US)
Testing ecological models through applied conservation projects: case studies from New Zealand seabirds
09.02.2022 Elin Videvall (Brown University (US))
A Bird's-Eye View of the Microbiome
23.02.2022 Martin Stervander Natural History Museum, Tring & London (UK)
A cryptic conundrum? Museomics sheds light on neglected avian diversity in Africa
09.03.2022 Marina Rodriguez Colorado State University (US)
Evaluating Climate Change Effects in Yellow Warblers Using Telomeres as a Biomarker of Fitness.