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Social Behaviour: Video-tracking guppies in the wild
How do fish move around in the wild? Who do they meet and how often? For our long-term project on social foraging in guppies, we aim to video-record and so track guppies in pools in the wild using GoPro's. However, there are some  ...
Supervisor: Lysanne Snijders
Department: Behavioural Ecology
 
Social Behaviour: Do more social fish always get more food? (video-analysis)
BSc/MSc: How do populations that live under various selective forces differ in social information use? We have collected social data and videos on foraging behaviour of six different guppy (Poecilia reticulata) populations to answ ...
Supervisor: Lysanne Snijders
Department: Behavioural Ecology
 
Vigilance in geese flocks along the Rhine
One benefit of group living is safety and reduced predation pressure risk. Group living animals often show vigilance behaviour, by scanning the environment, and such vigilance is traded off with other activities such as foraging.  ...
Supervisor: Marc Naguib and Lysanne Snijders
Department: Behavioural Ecology
 
FIELDWORK BRAZIL: Eco-accoustics for nature-positive food production
The current project ‘Eco-accoustics for nature-positive food production’ is open for up to two MSc students at the moment. The project involves field work in Brazil with automated recorders of bird song at agricultural fields. ...
Supervisor: Filipe Cunha, Lysanne Snijders
Department: Behavioural Ecology
 
Spatial Behaviour: Great tit (Parus major) personality in space
Type: Spatial data analysis of previously collected data (Encounternet) Topic: Spatial associations may reflect social behaviour � preferences or avoidance of conspecifics or certain phenotypes, but may also be affected by envi ...
Supervisor: Lysanne Snijders, Chris Tyson
Department: Behavioural Ecology
 
Social Behaviour: Does duck feeding change the social behaviour of coots in winter?
One element of urbanization is providing wild animals with supplemental food. Feeding ducks is a prime example and happens on a massive scale. What consequences does this extra influx of resources have on animal behaviour. Do wate ...
Supervisor: Lysanne Snijders (WUR-BHE), Sven Teurlincx (NIOO-KNAW)
Department: Behavioural Ecology
 
Spatial Behaviour: Where do the ravens go?
The Veluwe is home to many ravens. Since 2021, 21 raven offspring have been fitted with GPS transmitters. Of these, ten are still active, and new birds will be tagged next spring. Spatial data of all birds is accessible through a  ...
Supervisor: Lysanne Snijders, Chris Tyson
Department: Behavioural Ecology
 
 
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