Gustavo Alarcon-NietoIMPRS Doctoral Student
Research Group Safi
My current work involves monitoring wild populations of birds (Paridae) in the Radolfzell area, as well as supporting method development for behavioral experiments with Passerines and Parrots. I use multiple techniques including mist netting, bird banding and nest boxes. I also design and develop automated methods like puzzle boxes, RFID feeders and backpack-based tracking systems using barcodes and microphones.
I also have a background in Tropical Ecology and Conservation, and I am currently working on movement ecology and habitat use of birds, specifically urban cockatoos in Sydney, Australia, and high-altitude colonies of oilbirds in Colombia and Venezuela.