We all made it home from the Animal Behavior Society annual meeting in Toronto. Sleep-deprived, but excited to hear and talk about so much cool science. We had a busy meeting: Michael attended as a Charles Henry Turner undergrad fellow, Itachi presented a poster on her thesis work, Andreia organized our outreach efforts, and Aimee gave a talk in the cognitive ecology symposium. Plus we got to visit with lab alumna Isabel and see her excellent talk on sampling in chickadees from her new lab. Thanks to Pablo, Matt, and Randall to holding down the lab while the rest of us traveled.
Aimee, Michael, Andreia, and Itachi
Andreia and Itachi at the outreach fair. Bee decision making games and how to grow a fly.
Itachi’s poster of some cool preliminary data on how flies use patches.
Itachi teaching Andreia the ways of her people (at the Minneapolis-St. Paul airport)
Isabel out this on Twitter. Gotta learn to hide better from former students.