Investigating sexual and parent-offspring dietary segregation in the European Roller
About the author
Inês Catry graduated in Biology from the University of Lisbon in 2000 and completed her PhD at Cambridge University in 2011. Her research focuses on understanding how global environmental changes can impact the breeding biology, migratory behaviour, habitat quality and population dynamics of birds. She addresses these questions by combining standard field methods (monitoring, ringing, etc.) and new approaches (GPS loggers, geolocators, stable isotopes). Her model species include the Lesser Kestrel, Falco naumanni, the European Roller, Coracias garrulus and the White Stork, Ciconia ciconia.