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Animals may not have the benefit of GPS the way we do, but this does not mean that their navigational strategies are any less sophisticated. To scavenge for food, mate, or even find refuge, animals have to gain information about … Continue reading
Our paper on the frequency sensitivity of Northern Saw-whet Owls is officially “In Press” at the Journal of Comparative Physiology. Congratulations to Julia Beatini (Vassar ’18), the first author on the paper! Beatini J.R., Proudfoot, G.A., and Gall, M.D. In Press. Frequency … Continue reading