John Marzluff

School of Environmental and Forest Sciences

John Marzluff is a professor at the School of Environment and Forest Sciences, focused in wildlife-habitat relationships and Avian social ecology and demography.

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On this episode of Here Be Monsters, we look at the strange behaviors of crows and how they might be able to teach humanity about the origins of funerals and emotions.

HBM038: Do Crows Mourn Their Dead?

On this episode of Here Be Monsters, we look at the strange behaviors of crows and how they might be able to teach humanity about the origins of funerals and emotions.

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