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have you ever wondered what a wildlife rehabilitator does? What's it like behind the scenes? How can you become a wildlife rehabilitator? Please join local wildlife rehabilitator, Suzanne Lijek, to learn about this fascinating work and bring your questions!
Jef Podos of Umass Amherst, speaking to you from Brazil's Amazon, will tell us about his research on vocal communication on the world's loudest birds. the Cotingas of the Neotropics. This presentation will explore the why's and how's of loud singing, and will include stories from expeditions to a remote Amazon field site.
Dr. Laela Sayigh of Hampshire College research focuses on social behavior and communication of cetaceans (whales and dolphins). Findo ut more about their communications style and how they work together as a group!