BREE Lab Attends Virtual ABS 2020
Most professional meetings were cancelled this summer due to COVID, but the Animal Behavior Society hosted a virtual meeting which attracted more than 1,700 participants! Two BREE Lab undergraduates presented preliminary results of their research projects. Nina presented in the Communication 4 session on how urban lizards have larger signaling patches than non-urban lizards. Emily presented in the Predation and Foraging 2 session on how she is using citizen science to study rattlesnake foraging behavior. It was both their very 1st conference and they did an excellent job presenting their work! Congrats to Nina and Emily!!