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July 10

Corvus urbanis – Are urban birds evolving into new species? with Darryl Jones

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Continuing with our regular theme exploring the interactions between birds in urban settings, and the humans that have created and live in them, Grant spoke with ecologist and author, Emeritus Professor Darryl Jones, of the Centre for Planetary Health & Food Security and the School of Environment & Science at Griffith University about the idea some some species are adapting their behaviours to thrive in the built environment, perhaps on the road to becoming new species.

You can read Darryl's Griffith University academic profile here

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Watch the entire conversation here. (Make sure you subscribe to the YouTube channel)



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