UCSB Researcher to Study Cognition in Wild Birds

So says Corina Logan, a junior research fellow at UC Santa Barbara’s SAGE Center for the Study of the Mind, whose work is focused on the cognitive abilities of the great-tailed grackle. She has received a National Geographic Society/Waitt Grant to study what she describes as a highly innovative bird. The grant will allow her to set up a field site in Santa Barbara, which is home to about 100 or so birds from this particular species.

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