Ringing Reports

Members of the Station

Avian Ecology and Behaviour


Last updated:
24 January 2019

Anna Anashina

Research assistant

Born 25 March 1992 in Moscow.


Research interests: animal orientation and navigation, bird migration, neurophysiological basis of avian orientation and navigation.


  • 2009–2014 ― Moscow State Pedagogical University (teacher of Biology and English).
  • 2014–2016 ― MSc cum laude at Lomonosov Moscow State University, Department of Vertebrate Zoology.

Conferences and Workshops:

  • 11th Conference of the European Ornithologists' Union 18-22 August 2017 Turku, Finland
  • "Stellar compass of European robins Erithacus rubecula is time independent"


  • 3 months` funding of German Service for Academic Exchange (DAAD, Germany, Oldenburg, 2017-2018

Selected publications:

Shitikov D.A., Morozova M.M., Yurchenko Y.A., Anashina A.D. 2013. Apparent survival rates of two Sylvia warbler species in northwestern Russia. Ringing & Migration, 28:1, 16–20.

Pakhomov A., Anashina A., Chernetsov N. 2017. Further evidence of a time-independent stellar compass in a night-migrating songbird. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 71:48.