Why are female flamingos more colourful than males?
About the author
Miguel obtained a PhD in Biology from the University of Málaga (Spain), and currently works as a Specialized Technician at the Estación Biológica de Doñana (EBD-Spanish Research Council). He has worked on the study of waterbird populations, mainly monitoring the Greater Flamingo breeding colony at Fuente de Piedra Lake (southern Spain) and developing statistical models based on behavioural, ecological, and demographic data for this species. He also has been working and collaborating on different projects for the Department of Wetland Ecology at the EBD.