I've always wanted to be an expert on tadpoles. I've always fancied being a tadpole expert. It's a wonderful life if you become an experty tadpoleous, as they are known in the trade. You get invited to all the smart parties and social gatherings.Peter Edward Cook: "The Tadpole Expert" (1964)

From April to November 2006 I have been at the University Turku, Finland, to work on interactions between two species of owls (Aegolius funereus and Glaucidium passerinum) and pied flycatchers (Ficedula hypoleuca).

It will take some time to present this here, if I am going to do it at all. So far I would like to point your interest on a publication to which I have significantly contributed in setting the experiment and collection data of one season: