Mgr. Klára Petrželková Ph.D.

Zaměření behavioural ecology and migration of birds

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Research interests

Adopting different approaches I am investigating various aspects of brood parasitism and migratory connectivity in birds and their consequences for reproductive performance and population ecology.

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Current students

  • Vojtěch Brlík: Insights into migration ecology of great reed warblers based on stable isotope analysis and light-level geolocators, (MSc.thesis).
  • Eliška Lysoňková: The use of stable isotopes for the study of avian migration, (BSc. Thesis). 
  • Mgr. Kateřina Sosnovcová: Factors affecting population ecology of long-distance migratory birds, (Ph.D. thesis).

Former students

  • Lukáš Kulísek: Host nest predation by brood parasites: critical assessment of current hypotheses, (BSc. thesis).
  • Mgr. Václav Jelínek: The role of the nest in the reproduction of the great reed warbler, (Ph.D. thesis).
  • Petra Baslerová, 2014: Factors affecting breeding and natal dispersal in the great reed warbler (Acrocephalus arundinaceus).
  • Lucie Halová, 2013: Proximate factors affecting nestling begging in passerines and their broodparasites.
  • Michal Šulc, 2012: The role of UV reflection in parasitic egg rejection in the reed warbler
  • Drahomíra Fainová, 2008: Genetic variation and differentiation of Eurasian reed warbler (Acrocephalus scirpaceus) populations
  • Richard Policht, 2004: Migration of the reed warbler (Acrocephalus scirpaceus) in the Czech Republic and Slovakia

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