“It’s such a human thing to do, isn’t it?”
Jesse Conklin, a bird ecologist and population geneticist, smiled wryly. We were talking about studying birds, and the totally weird things humans do so that we can better understand the totally routine things birds do. More specifically, we were talking...
Motus towers are helping to solve many mysteries of migratory species. By joining this international effort, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is helping to fill knowledge gaps about migratory bird behavior and ecology from coast to coast.
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