Wednesday, Mar 10, 2021 at 7:00pm
Why birds sing, and why birdsong helps us understand the hows and whys of animal behavior. Dr. Rindy Anderson studies behavioral ecology, seeking to understand how social, developmental, and environmental factors shape the ways that wild animals behave. In this talk, Dr. Anderson will speak about her research on the social behavior of songbirds and why birdsong is an excellent model system for studying how and why animals do what they do.
About Our Speaker: Dr. Rindy Anderson is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences in the College of Science at Florida Atlantic University. She has a BS in Zoology from Arizona State University, an MS in Marine Science from the University of San Diego and a PhD in Behavioral Ecology from the University of Miami. She worked as a postdoc and then a research associate at Duke University before joining the faculty at FAU. Dr. Anderson’s research interests are in Behavioral Ecology, Communication, Bioacoustics, Cognition, and Avian Ecology and Conservation.
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