Mgr. Vojtěch Brlík Ph.D.

Position post-doc
Direction bird migration, bird communities

+420 723551844

Twitter: @VojtechBrlik

Bachelor thesis

A meta-analysis of the effects of geolocator application on passerine birds, (supervisor P. Procházka).

Master’s thesis

A range-wide assessment of carry-over effects within the full annual cycle of the Great Reed Warbler with a focus on sex and population differences, (supervisor P. Procházka).

PhD thesis

Ecological consequences of seasonal bird migration (supervisor P. Procházka).

Current students

  • Jelany Duali: Assessing seasonality as a driver of nonbreeding movements (MSc project, University of Guelph).
  • Lukrécia Zemanová: Interspecific competition of birds on non-breeding grounds (BSc thesis, Charles University).
  • Matylda Winterová: Protandry – hypotheses of differential timing of male and female migration in the light of year-round tracking of migratory birds (BSc thesis, Charles University).
  • Tadeáš Serafin: Habitat specialization of migratory birds on wintering grounds: a meta-analysis of key predictors (BSc thesis, Charles University).

Former students

  • Klára Stýblová: Isotope niche dynamics of short- and long-distance migratory birds (BSc thesis, Czech University of Life Sciences).
  • Barbora Kadlecová: Movements within non-breeding grounds in terrestrial migratory birds (BSc thesis, Charles University).
  • Emmanuel Okposio Osibeme: Wintering grounds of Eurasian Reed Warblers breeding in Central Asia, the Middle East and northern Europe (MSc thesis, A. P. Leventis Ornithological Research Institute).
  • Boris Prudík: Delineation of the migratory divide in the Eurasian reed warbler in Europe (MSc thesis, Czech University of Life Sciences).