Ornithologist David B. Lank discusses his research into the behavior of birds. (11/25/19)

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Have you ever wondered why birds evoke such a strong curiosity in humans? There aren’t lizard-watchers or beetle-watchers. Ornithologist David B. Lank is a researcher at Simon Fraser University’s department of biological sciences studying the behavior of shorebirds, including breeding and migration biology and the relationship between predator and prey. Join us for this installment of Leonard Lopate at Large on WBAI when David B. Lank gives us a unique glimpse into the natural world of birds.

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