ASAB was founded in 1936 to promote the study of animal behaviour
Membership is open to all who share our interests. There are now around 1000 members, the majority drawn from Britain and Europe. Many members are professional biologists who work in universities, research institutes, and schools.
ASAB is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive community, and aims to ensure fair and equitable representation and participation throughout all of ASAB’s activities and in the wider animal behaviour research community, irrespective of characteristics including but not limited to age, disability, ethnicity, gender, and sexuality.
A semelparous fish continues upstream migration when exposed to alarm cue, but adjusts movement speed and timing https://t.co/fPLGIH8qic
Premigratory ruby-throated hummingbirds, Archilochus colubris, exhibit multiple strategies for fuelling migration https://t.co/Zt3f1oT8AT
Changes in spatial behaviour pattern by mangrove tree crabs following climate-induced range shift into novel habitat https://t.co/iuJ1BR3Slo