8th International Woodpecker Conference in Białowieża, Poland
Avineck collaborator Yoan Paillet presented the work of his student Camille Puverel and colleagues.
The 8th International woodpecker Conference was held in Białowieża (Poland) 16-20 March, 2019. The conference brought together woodpecker researchers from across the globe and provided an international forum for discussion on woodpecker research involving various aspects ranging from behavior and ecology to conservation sciences. The title of this year's conference „Conservation & Ecology of Woodpeckers” underlines that woodpeckers are specialized birds that need protection of their habitats. The scientific conference was attended by 110 participants from 21 countries.
Avineck collaborator Yoan Paillet gave a presentation on the work of his student Camille Puverel.
Puverel C, Abourachid A, Böhmer C, Leban J-M and Paillet Y (2019). This is my spot: characteristics of trees bearing Black Woodpecker cavities. Int. Woodpecker Meeting, Bialowieza, Acta Ornithologica.
Paillet et al. (2018). The indicator side of tree microhabitats: A multi‐taxon approach based on bats, birds and saproxylic beetles. Journal of Applied Ecology. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.13181.
Larrieu, Paillet et al. (2018). Tree related microhabitats in temperate and Mediterranean European forests: A hierarchical typology for inventory standardization. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolind.2017.08.051