The Colloquium will take place on October 14th at 6pm in the Nature Museum, in Italian language. It will present the results of recent studies on the ecology and conservation status of birds nesting in South Tyrol, with particular attention to what they indicate in terms of habitat protection and monitoring methods.
Francesco Ceresa deals with the ecology, behaviour and conservation of the birdlife. He graduated in Nature Sciences from the University of Pavia and did his doctorate in Valencia (Spain). He collaborates with the Nature Museum of South Tyrol and with various research groups in Italy and abroad.