Last week I was lucky enough to be invited to give a Plenary at the ASAB easter meeting. It was great fun to talk about colourful moths and our new work looking at the impact of urbanisation on predator-prey signalling.
Fabulous plenary talk by @MothProf at @asab_conference @asab_tweets 🤓 #AcademicOffspring pic.twitter.com/zmj0wPqm5U
— David Shuker 💙 (@DavidMShuker) April 8, 2022
The final plenary of @asab_conference Easter 2022 from @MothProf discussing aposematism 🦋 pic.twitter.com/hyMwHXxCVl
— Dr Helen Gray (@Helen_Gray_) April 8, 2022
The birds are also now in full breeding mode, with lots of eggs. Stay tuned for the inevitable chick pics!