Thursday, 27th April 2017 07:00 pm

"Sex differences in androgen activation of courtship and vocal behavior in a tropical bird"

by: Ioana Chiver

University of California Los Angeles

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About the Bambi Seminar

It began in 1985 and was officially known as an informal “Bambi seminar”. Island residents named this informal seminar series for Bambi, a baby Tapir that used to visit the station with her mother at a time when the residents still fed the animals.

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Today, following the tradition we invite you to attend to the Bambi or give one. So anybody wanting to share their ideas before or after their research studies are welcome to present a "Bambi".

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On time

We expect you to arrive at Gamboa before the boat departs at 5:30 p.m.

Be Ready

If bringing children under 8 years old please carry their life jacket as they must wear it while on the boat.

Up to Date

A waiver of liability must be brought printed and signed the day of the Bambi if you plan to go on a quick hike before the Bambi.


The ticket will be valid for the reserved Bambi night only.

There will be no reimbursement for cancellation.

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