A03 The use of radio-tracking methods and technology in ecological studies with birds: advances and challenges in the last decade

Session organizer(s)

John Marzluff

Ursula Valdez

Date: Tuesday, 8/5/08

Location: Pavilion West

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Oral Presentations

10:00 AM
Marzluff, J M; CHEAPER, SMALLER, AND OUT OF THIS WORLD: IMPROVING TELEMETRY TECHNOLOGY INCREASES OUR UNDERSTANDING OF BIRD BEHAVIOR, ECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION (Abstract ID:4383)

10:15 AM
Bedrosian, B; Craighead, D; CHALLENEGS AND ADVANTAGES TO USING GPS/ARGOS TRANSMITTERS TO MONITOR NON-MIGRATORY BIRDS: CASE STUDIES USING COMMON RAVENS AND GREATER SAGE GROUSE (Abstract ID:4821)

10:30 AM
Whittaker, K A; Marzluff, J M; POST-FLEDGING MOBILITY AND RELATIVE HABITAT USE OF SONGBIRDS IN AN URBAN LANDSCAPE (Abstract ID:4556)

10:45 AM
Templeton, C N; Beecher, M D; SPATIAL MOVEMENTS OF JUVENILE SONG SPARROWS AFFECT SONG LEARNING (Abstract ID:4339)

11:00 AM
Valdez, U; CHALLENGES OF RADIO-TRACKING ELUSIVE FOREST RAPTORS IN LOWLAND RAINFOREST OF THE PERUVIAN AMAZON. URSULA VALDEZ, U. OF WASHINGTON, SEATTLE WA (Abstract ID:4594)

11:15 AM
Gill, Jr., R; Tibbitts, L; Douglas, D; Mulcahy, D; Warnock, N; Battley, P; Gartrell, B; Hartman, A; Page, G; Handel, C;SATELLITE-TRACKED MOVEMENTS OF LARGE SHOREBIRDS THROUGHOUT THE PACIFIC BASIN: INFERENCES AT SEVERAL SCALES (Abstract ID:4937)

11:30 AM
Boersma, P D; Rebstock, G A; Frere, E; Moore, S E; SATELLITE TAGGING SHOWS HOW WELL PENGUIN FORAGING MATCHES PRODUCTIVITY IN THE SOUTH ATLANTIC (Abstract ID:4480)

11:45 AM
Takekawa, J Y; Prosser, D J; Newman, S H; Douglas, D C; Iverson, S A; Muzaffar, S B; USE OF SATELLITE TELEMETRY TO EXAMINE THE POTENTIAL ROLE OF MIGRATORY BIRDS IN AVIAN INFLUENZA TRANSMISSION. (Abstract ID:5005)

12:00 PM
Burt, J; Otis, B; Bowen, J; SPARROWNET: A DIGITAL RADIO TAG NETWORK FOR MONITORING SONGBIRD SOCIAL INTERACTIONS (Abstract ID:4905)

12:15 PM
Fesenmyer, K; Knick, S T; Leu, M; BEHAVIOR, MOVEMENT, HABITAT USE, AND MORTALITY OF SAGE SPARROWS DURING THE FALL MIGRATORY PERIOD: A TELEMETRY STUDY (Abstract ID:4394)

Poster Presentations

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