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Where are they now? PART IX

Posted by: nina-karnovsky | December 16, 2014 | No Comment |

Kristina’12 who studied Cassin’s auklet diving behavior for her senior thesis, has continued to pursue her passion for birds and remote islands after she graduated. She spends her summers working with the Puffin Project on islands off the coast of Maine and lately has been studying passerines¬†with the Biodiversity Research Institute.

http://www.pressherald.com/2014/09/21/a-bird-in-the-hand-is-hopefully-healthy/

Kristina with a warbler she caught in a mist net.

Kristina with a black and white warbler she caught in a mist net.

A Pomona Blue Blue-Jay and Kristina.

A Pomona Blue Blue-Jay and Kristina.

 

 


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