The Ornithology of Chester County, Pennsylvania: -1919

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LSU ornithologists are the world’s experts on birds from several Latin American regions, including Peru and Bolivia, which together contain more species of birds than any other similar-sized region in the world. Todd Feinberg and SBS Associate Professor Jon Mallatt are the authors of The Ancient Origins of Consciousness: How the Brain Created Experience, which was published by MIT Press. Non-destructive samples of blood or feathers taken during field studies may be studied in the laboratory.

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Publisher: Cornell University Library (July 24, 2009)

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