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.
Integrating social network analysis and fine-scale positioning to characterize the associations of a benthic shark https://t.co/NAcLZf6jHR
Great tits increase vigilance time and reduce feeding effort during peaks of aircraft noise https://t.co/Fxb3cICEJ8
Behavioural syndromes predict loss of migration in wild elk https://t.co/h1mppeFiLX