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Divas in the Treetops: Why and When Do Female Birds Sing?

Female bird song is more common and widespread than is generally appreciated. In this presentation, Dr. Lauryn Benedict will provide an overview of female bird song prevalence and variety. She will discuss what we can learn by studying the songs of female birds, and invite participants to consider becoming citizen scientists to help advance the field of ornithology.

Lauryn Benedict

Associate Professor of Biological Sciences

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