Events at the MPIAB

Host: Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior Location: Hybrid meeting

Energy saving strategies in the common noctule bat, Nyctalus noctula

Rado Seminar by Lara Keicher
In my PhD I investigate energy management strategies of male and female noctule bats across different reproductive stages. Using heart rate telemetry and a combination of laboratory experiments and field observations, I investigated torpor use strategies in captive female bats (Chapter 1) and compared torpor use behavior in captive and free-ranging male bats (Chapter 2). I will also present my plans and preliminary results from Chapter 3, in which I use high resolution heart rate data to investigate how free-ranging male bats budget their energy in different reproductive stages. [more]

Rado Seminar by Christin Albrecht & Fabienne Raabe

Rado Seminar by Christin Albrecht & Fabienne Raabe

Rado Seminar by Andrea Költzsch

Rado Seminar by Andrea Költzsch

Rado Seminar by Katherine Snell

Rado Seminar by Katherine Snell

Rado Seminar by Jenna Kohles

Rado Seminar by Jenna Kohles

Final Presentations of the VTK

Rado Seminar

Rado Seminar by Camila Calderon

Rado Seminar by Camila Calderon
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