PUBlic Professor Series | Dr. David Logue

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Join psychology professor, Dr. David Logue, as he explores

The Science of Birdsong

Birdsong is a window into Nature’s soul and an enduring mystery to science. How do songbirds make their music? Who are they singing to? And why do they bother? This interactive lecture teaches the foundations of birdsong science through examples, demonstrations, and stories from a career in birdsong research. Once we understand the basics, we’ll get into the weird stuff, like duets, soft song, and the dawn chorus.

Thursday, March 30, 2023 - 7-9 p.m. (MST)

Sandman Signature Lethbridge Lodge
320 Scenic Dr S, Lethbridge, Alberta
IMPORTANT: This event is located in Essie's at the hotel. Do not enter the hotel. Instead, park at the back of the hotel and make your way down the hill to the far right of the back of the hotel and take this door directly into the venue.

Free. Everyone welcome. Space is limited.
Limited light appetizers and a cash bar will be available.

Livestream: This talk will also be live streamed on YouTube. While we'd love to see you in person, we understand that some may not be able to attend. Please join us on YouTube and use the chat function to have your questions answered. Please note that you will gain access to the YouTube live feed once the speaker takes the stage (between 7-7:15 p.m.).

With special thanks to our talk sponsor, Owen G. Holmes Lectures.


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