Richard Buchholz

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Most birds are able to sense ultraviolet (UV) visual signals. Ultraviolet wavelengths are used for plumage signaling and sexual selection among birds. The aim of our study was to determine if UV cues are also used for the process of food selection in wild turkeys (Meleagris gallopavo). We used avoidance conditioning to test the hypothesis that UV feeding(More)
We will read and discuss the paper(s) during the second hour (3-3:45) of each course meeting. Variation in the daily rhythm of body temperature of free-living Arabian oryx (Oryx leucoryx): does water limitation drive heterothermy? Journal of Comparative Physiology B
The Conservation Behaviorist, an electronic news‐update, informs ABS members about the Conservation Committee's activities, research trends in behavior and conservation, and relevant scientific news in conservation research where behavior plays an important role. Created in 1997, the Conservation Committee aims to encourage ABS members to participate in(More)
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