Members of Arkansas's birding community come from a diversity of backgrounds, but its our shared love for birds that brings us together. Tune in to learn a little more about one of our friends.
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Maureen McClung teaches ecology, animal behavior, and conservation biology at Hendrix College. During her M.S. work on Amazonian tamarins, she had her sights set on a research career in primatology, but then a trip to Africa opened her eyes to the wonder of birds. She completed a PhD in Kim Smith's lab at the University of Arkansas where she studied the impacts of forest disturbance on breeding birds in the Ozarks. Now at Hendrix, she conducts research with undergraduates to understand how birds and other wildlife respond to noise pollution. She believes that field experiences are powerful in helping the next generation appreciate and respect birds and nature, and so she gets students into the field as much as possible.
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