The entire lab traveled to Phoenix, AZ for the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology meeting January 3-7. This was an exciting time for all of us not having attended an in-person meeting in two years. Audrey, Tiffany, Whitney, and Emily all presented posters on their Anna’s hummingbird projects attracting a wonderfully high level of interest. Don gave an oral presentation on some of the lab’s more recent work on post-flight dissipation of heat accumulated during hovering drawing on data from both our calliope hummingbird work in Montana and Audrey’s work on Anna’s this past Summer. All-in-all it was a great week of immersion in comparative physiology. Looking forward to next year in Austin, TX!!
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