DEPARTMENT OF BEHAVIOURAL ECOLOGY

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The Department was oficially established on 1st December of 2004, therefore we had not too much time to publish something under its affilliation in 2004.
Budka, M., Osiejuk, T.S. (2017) Microgeographic call variation in a non-learning species, the Corncrake (Crex crex). Journal of Ornithology 158: 651-658.
Deoniziak, K., Hermaniuk, A., Wereszczuk, A. (2017) Effects of wetland restoration on the amphibian community in the Narew River Valley (Northeast Poland). Salamandra 53: 50-58.
Jakubowska, A., Osiejuk, T.S. (2017) Song duration mediates responses of territory owner in a songbird species with a small song repertoire. Acta Ethologica 20: 137-145.
Linhart, P., Sales, M. (2017) The assessment of biases in the acoustic discrimination of individuals. PLoS ONE 12(5):e0177206
Michalska-Hejduk, D., Budka, M., Olech, B. (2017) Should I stay or should I go? Territory settlement decisions in male Corncrakes Crex crex. Bird Study doi: 10.1080/00063657.2017.1316700
Pruchova, A., Jaska, P., Linhart, P. (2017) Cues to individual identity in songs of songbirds: testing general song characteristics in Chiffchaffs Phylloscopus collybita. Journal of Ornithology doi: 10.1007/s10336-017-1455-6
Szymański, P., Deoniziak, K., Łosak, K., Osiejuk, T.S. (2017) The song of Eurasian Skylark Alauda arvensis indicates a deterioration of an acoustic environment resulting from wind farm start-up. Ibis 159: 769-777.
Woźna, J.T., Hromada, M., Reeve, N.F., Szymański, P., Żołnierowicz, K.M. Tobółka, M. Patchy versus linear non-cropped habitats in farmland: which is better for nesting success of the Red-backed Shrike Langurs collurio? Bird Study 64: 98-103.
Ręk, P., Magrath, R.D. (2017) Deceptive vocal duets and multimodal display in a songbird. Proc. R. Soc. B 284: 20171774.