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Corina Logan

  • Great-tailed grackle test
    Great-tailed grackle test

    A study by a UCSB researcher suggests the behavioral flexibility of an invasive bird species is a distinct trait

  • Male great-tailed grackle

    A UCSB researcher finds behavioral flexibility in great-tailed grackles, an invasive bird species, is more independent than thought

  • New Caledonian crows show strong evidence of social learning

    UCSB researcher finds strong evidence of social learning among New Caledonian crows

  • Christin Palmstrom measures a grackle skull

    Researchers find the method commonly used to compare the size of an animal’s skull and brain can be far from accurate

  • New Caledonian Crow

    Crows can discriminate between different volumes of water, passing a modified test that so far only 7- to 10-year-old children have been able to complete successfully

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